Currents project that CHUDD is engaged with.
How to Apply
Step by step process in how to apply to for socialized housing project.
View Cagayan de Oro base map which contains various city resettlement project.
New and Ongoing Project/s
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STEP 1: IDENTIFICATION and PRE-VALIDATION
Applicants for socialized housing will be given list of CHUDD requirements to comply.
STEP 2: CONDUCT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY (SES) INTERVIEW (ENCODE PROFILE TO INFORMATION SYSTEM)
Applicants are required to submit complete requirements (in 1 long brown envelope) for them to be interviewed (SES) and encoded (INFORMATION SYSTEM)
STEP 3: VALIDATION/EVALUATION
3.1 For walk-in applicants:
Segregate list according to year applied. Cross-match names with list of Sendong relocation beneficiaries (for one home lot per household policy).
3.2 For referred areas:
Cross-match names with the masterlist of beneficiaries of shelter related agencies and financing institutions whether government or private sector (for one home lot per household policy).
3.3 For LOT ONLY Applicants/Poorest of the Poor Income Bracket
Do actual visit to check & validate the living condition of the said applicants.
STEP 4: ORIENTATION
Conduct orientations to qualified applicants. There are 3-module seminars:
4.1 Module 1 - General Orientation (Socialized Housing Program of CDO City Government)
4.2 Module 2 - Orientation of Shelter Agencies (SHFC, Pag-IBIG, NHA, HLURB, DSWD)
4.3 Module 3 - Organization of Homeowners Association (HOA)
STEP 5: ORGANIZING INTO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (HOA)
Qualified applicants are grouped, from 200-300 households per HOA. The HOA is then organized and facilitated for Election of Ad Hoc Officers. HLURB application is processed for HOA registration and certification.
Map of existing resettlement areas
Basemap showing Cagayan de Oro city's Resettlement areas.
The number of beneficiaries in the resettlement areas that are being facilitated by the City Housing and Urban Development Department (CHUDD) of the City Government
About CDO City Housing and Urban Development Department
Overview of the Department
The creation of the department started with the data coming from the Estate Management Division under the City Planning and Development Office and the Local Housing Board of Cagayan de Oro. With a total number of 34,898 informal settler families which was then translated into the Local Shelter plan. The main recommendation of the LSP was to establish a department that will handle the housing concerns of the city. By 2015, the first Housing Summit was held which produced a 7-point agenda for the city to prioritize housing programs which will address the number of ISF’s stated and the incoming population that will inhabit the city. With such ideas in thought, the City Housing and Urban Development Department was born through City Ordinance No. 13175-2016.
Under the present administration’s 8-point agenda, housing has been identified as not only a social development objective, but more dynamically, a driver for economic development, with its goal being: the “Strategic relocation of residents in high-risk areas and informal communities, serving as the catalyst for the development of new growth areas.” True to its intention, the City has set its sights on acquiring new lands for housing development within the two identified growth areas: uptown-west and uptown-east, specifically Lumbia, Pagatpat, and Balubal, not just to spatially decongest the core urban area downtown, but to primarily spur and distribute development.
Socialized Housing Projects
2016A total of 3 SHPs located at Pagatpat Relocation Phase 2 – Pagatpat, Chiz Escudero - Phase 3 Calaanan, Canitoan and Habitat for Humanity – Phase 1, Calaanan, Canitoan have been implemented with a total of 234 units constructed.
One (1) SHPs located at Gk Shell – Basakan, Canitoan has been implemented with a total of 20 units constructed.
A total of 3 SHPs located at Japan Non-Grant Aid Relocation Project – Pahiron, Lumbia, Japan Non-Grant Aid Relocation Project – Macapaya, Camaman-an, Filipino Chinese Friendship Village – P2b Calaanan, Canitoan has been implemented with a total of 470 units constructed.
One (1) SHPs located at Pagatpat Resettlement Project Phase 2 – Pamalihi, Pagatpat has been implemented with a total of 600 units undergoing land development.
The Vision of the department as the strategic and prime development hub of the south, a city-managed through the good governance, with an empowered citizenry that thrives in a highly competitive economy, and a sustainable environment that nurtures its diversity and multicultural heritage towards a resilient, progressive, and inclusive future.
- Provide decent shelter to underprivileged and homeless Kagay-anons whose lives are economically challenged;
- Strategically provide tenure and empower communities for sustainable development.
- Provide inclusive resettlement areas; and
- Transpire stakeholders and communities’ participation for humane, efficient, and transparent participatory governance.
For more details, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our office at Ground Floor South Wing Administrative Building, City Hall, Capistrano Hayes Streets, Cagayan de Oro City.