Mission & Vision

Vision

“The foremost AGRI-INDUSTRIAL CENTER of the 5th District in a self-sufficient, ecologically-balanced and progressive community of independent and participative Binalbaganons benefiting from transparent and responsive governance.”

Mission

“Attainment of holistic and sustainable development that promotes general welfare and interest of the present with optimal use of limited land resources without compromising future needs .”

Development Agenda

The agenda utilizes the ridge to reef approach (r2r) which advocates that a natural consequence of ecosystem management in the dynamic coastal area is the recognition that what happens in one area affects other areas and what happens in upland areas away from the coast affects eco-systems in marine areas.

It envisions a holistic development of Binalbagan and is set on the foundation of urban growth through rural development (UR). The foundation supports six (6) pillars:

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
SKILLS AND ENTREPRENEURAL ENHANCEMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND TOURISM PROMOTION
NUTRITION, HEALTH, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES DELIVERY
SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND FISCAL VIABILITY

The Municipal Seal

The seal of the municipality symbolizes its major economic activity- AGRICULTURE.

BINALBAGAN NEGROS OCCIDENTAL together with 1572, the year Binalbagan was founded is written within the seal. The 1572 is presented as Binalbagan prides itself as the oldest town in Western Visayas, rivaled only by Oton that was also founded in 1572.

The official seal is circular signifying the solidarity and oneness of the people. On the left side sugar the chief crop, is reflected by the symbol of the sugar mill with three smoke stacks similar to that of Binalbagan Isabela Sugar Company, Inc. (BISCOM) sugar mill one of the oldest in the country. The carabao our national animal is reflected on the right side o the seal. It represents the agri –based economy of the area and depicts the strength and tenacity of Binalbageños.