|Ordinance No. 2012-617||
An Ordinance enacting the revenue code of the municipality of San Mateo, province of Isabela .
|Ordinance No. 2013-636||
Implementing forced evacuation as a resort when a disaster or emergency has been declared in the Municipality of San Mateo, Isabela and danger of loss of lives becomes imminent, providing penalties therefor and for other purposes.
|Ordinance No. 2013-637||
Providing for a Local Legislative Tracking and Monitoring System in the Municipality of San Mateo.
|Ordinance No. 2013-638||
Regulating the use of motorcycle helmets and other headgears when riding or driving a motorcycle within the Municipality of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-639||
Prescribing the Internal Rules of Procedures of the Sangguniang Bayan of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-640||
Creating the Ecological Solid Waste Management Board of the Municipality of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-641||
Imposing fees on health and laboratory services rendered in the RHU-San Mateo (Isabela) Integrated Community Hospital.
|Ordinance No. 2013-642||
Amending Item 12, Section 4A.01, Article A, Chapter IV of Ordinance No. 2012-617, otherwise known as the Revenue Code of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-643||
Amending Article M, Section 3m.01, of Ordinance No. 2011-607 otherwise known as the Tricycle, Traffic and Transportation Code of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-644||
Requiring all persons, companies to secure a permit from the Office of the Mayor before conducting seminars/trainings and technology demonstrations on agricultural products within the Municipality of San Mateo, Isabela and providing penalties for violations thereof.
|Ordinance No. 2013-645||
Organizing the Technical Committee that will evaluate the application for subdivision plans within the Municipality of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-646||
Instituting the Annual Search for Outstanding Students of the Municipality of San Mateo, Isabela (TOSSMI) sponsored by the Junior Chamber International (JCI) San Mateo Balatong in cooperation with the Local Government Unit of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-647||
Approving the guidelines and operation of the Municipal Public Cemetery, including the collection of fees and charges and imposition of penalties for violation thereof.
|Ordinance No. 2013-648||
Instituting the Annual Search for Ulirang Ina in the Municipality sponsored by the Local Council of Women (LCW)-San Mateo Chapter in cooperation with the Local Government Unit of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-649||
An ordinance organizing the composition of the People’s Law Enforcement Board (PLEB) of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-650||
Charging fees for the preparation of Programs of Works.
|Ordinance No. 2013-651||
Imposing fees for petitions for correction of clerical or typographical errors in birth certificate filed at the Local Civil Registry Office of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-652||
Anti-Smoking Ordinance of San Mateo, Isabela.
|Ordinance No. 2013-653||
Requiring all person/persons temporarily detained at the San Mateo Police Station of this municipality for light offenses such as drunkenness, slight physical injuries, violations of municipal ordinances and similar offenses, to pay fees herein provided before their release and providing penalties for violations thereof.
|Ordinance No. 2014-654||An ordinance reorganizing the Municipal Council for the Welfare of Children.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-655||An ordinance amending Section 2A.04, Article A Chapter II of Ordinance No. 2011-607, otherwise known as the Tricycle, Traffic and Transportation Code of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-656||An ordinance setting the guidelines and operation of the San Roque-Bagong Sikat Overflow Bridge, including the imposition of maintenance fee and penalties for violations thereof.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-657||An ordinance reorganizing the composition of the Municipal Inter-Agency Committee (MIAC) of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-658||An ordinance reorganizing the Municipal Advisory Committee, Municipal Action Team, and Grievance Committee of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-659||An ordinance amending Section 3N.01(a), Section 3N.02(a), Section 5A.01(b) and Section 5A.02 of Ordinance No. 2012-617, otherwise known as the Revenue Code of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-660||An ordinance amending Section 3A.02 of Ordinance No. 2011-606, otherwise known as the Market Code of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-661||An ordinance authorizing the increase of water rates in the San Mateo Water Supply System (SMWSS) and the collection of reconnection fee from SMWSS consumers.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-662||An ordinance amending Section 3K.01 and Section 3K.03 of Ordinance No. 2011-607, otherwise known as the Tricycle, Traffic and Transportation Code of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-663||An ordinance prescribing the guidelines on Infant and Young Child Feeding in San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-664||An ordinance amending Article D, Chapter III of Ordinance No. 2011-602, otherwise known as the Health and Sanitation Code of San Mateo, Isabela as amended by Ordinance No. 2012-622.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-665||An ordinance amending Section 4B.02, Article B of Ordinance No. 2011-606, otherwise known as the Market Code of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-666||An ordinance establishing Violence Against Women and their Children (VAWC) Desk in all barangays of San Mateo, Isabela and mandating all Punong Barangays to designate a VAWC Desk Officer.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-667||An ordinance imposing the collection of application and permit fees to rolling buyers of junks and scrap materials within the municipality of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-668||An ordinance regulating the cutting of coconut trees within the territorial jurisdiction of the municipality of San Mateo, Isabela and providing penalties for violation thereof.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-669||An ordinance adopting and implementing Republic Act No. 9418, or the “Volunteer Act of 2007” to be locally known as the “LGU-San Mateo Volunteer and Citizenship Program”, providing funds therefor and for other purposes.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-670||An ordinance adopting a schedule on the disposition of trust funds from the PhilHealth and its implementing rules and regulations.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-671||An ordinance adopting the implementation of Republic Act 9482, otherwise known as “An Act providing for the control and elimination of human rabies, prescribing penalties for violation thereof.”|
|Ordinance No. 2014-672||An ordinance establishing and adopting the measures and systems to ensure efficient implementation of the Local TB Control Program of the municipality of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-673||An ordinance naming the edifice constructed by the Local Government Unit of San Mateo, Isabela in a parcel of land covered by Transfer Certificate of Title (TCT) No. T-208863 located at Barangay San Marcos as the San Mateo Munggo Processing and Packaging Center.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-674||An ordinance establishing the municipality’s Product Identity Seal to be embossed on the label of the One-Town-One-Product (OTOP) manufactured products of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-675||An ordinance amending Section 6(d) of Ordinance No. 2013-652, otherwise known as the Anti-Smoking Ordinance of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-676||An ordinance temporarily closing the provincial road from corner national highway to corner Quezon Street and Magsaysay Street from corner Rizal Street to corner Bonifacio Street daily from 6:00P.M. to 2:00A.M. of the following day, establishing a night market in the municipality of San Mateo, Isabela and prescribing the policies and guidelines for its operation.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-677||An ordinance requiring any person/s to secure a Certificate of Property Boundary Line from the Office of the Municipal Assessor prior to the construction of a concrete and/or iron fences and any improvement which is permanent in nature in any parcel of adjoining real properties within the municipality of San Mateo, Isabela.|
|Ordinance No. 2014-678||An ordinance amending Section 3, Section 5 and Section 7(c) of Ordinance No. 2013-652, otherwise known as the Anti-Smoking Ordinance of San Mateo, Isabela.|
San Mateo is largely an agricultural economy. A total of 10,813.42 has. or 89.66% of the total land area of the municipality are devoted to agriculture. This is shown by the fact that about 90% of the population depends on agriculture as the main source of livelihood and income.The crops grown are rice, corn, munggo, high value commercial crops, and ornamentals. Poultry/Livestock and fish production are also practiced in the municipality.
Rice: Rice is its major crop. The municipality has a total area of 8,353 hectares of cropland devoted to rice production. Effective irrigated area totaled to 16,706 hectares, meaning there are two cropping in a year. The average annual production of palay is 125 cavans per hectare. As per data gathered, there is agri-equipment present in the municipality to facilitate rice production such as one (1) combine harvester, forty (40) and two (2) rice planter.
Corn:Corn is the secondary source of cereal requirements in the municipality. Area devoted to corn production is 653.50 hectares.There are two cropping per year having an annual average production of 140 cavans per ha.
Munggo: Munggo known to be as the Black Gold of San Mateo and the primary OTOP of the municipality. The alternative cropping of munggo as additional source of income of farmers during summer,has restored the fertility of the soil. A total of 7,385 has. landarea are devoted to munggo production.The average yield production is 800 kgs. per hectare.
High Value Commercial Crops: Numerous high value commercial crops are planted in the municipality for local consumption and for sale in nearby towns. Different vegetables like string beans (sitaw), okra, gabi, bitter ground, squash, eggplant, sweet potato and others are being planted by the farmers. Total land area for vegetable production is more or less 150 hectares. Fruit bearing trees like coconut, papayas, and mangoes are also planted in the area but mostly in home backyards. Several farmers go into large scale production like mangoes, coconut & bananas for market outside San Mateo.
Ornamentals: Brgy. Sinamar Norte in San Mateo is known for its ornamental cutflowers. Different variety of chrysanthemum and Baby’s breath are being grown here. People from San Mateo and other neighboring towns need not go to Baguio for their floral needs.
2. Livestock and Poultry Production
Livestock: The commonly raised livestock in the municipality are carabao, cattle, swine, and goat.As per data gathered, there are 3,938 raisers of different livestock with a total of 8,397livestock population which is specified as follows:
Number of Raisers and Livestock Population, CY 2013
1. Poultry: the commonly raised are chicken, duck and turkey. As per data gathered, there are 7,139 raisers of poultry production with the total of 65,113 poultry population which is specified as follows:
Duck raising is the secondary OTOP of the municipality. The dispersal of ducks to farmers brought forth another sprawling industry – the egg production.
3. Fish and Aquaculture Production
San Mateo is endowed with rivers and creeks which make aquaculture development very rich source of livelihood. As per data gathered, there are 124.60 has. of fishpond within the municipality. Eight (8) hectares of these are hatcheries, raising tilapia fingerlings. 284 MT is the average annual fish production.
Recent technological advancements have been employed to improve the culture of tilapia species and the introduction of prawn or “ulang”, pangasius and catfish industry.
4.Other Agricultural Activities:
5. Swine dispersal to the different RICs in the different barangays as well as goat dispersal projects.
6. Distribution of fruit bearing seedlings and vegetable seeds for backyard production purposes.
7. Organic Production thru vermi-composting of every barangays and other National Government Organizations.
8. Seminars on crop alternatives, peanut and root crops growing.
9. Programs on organic farming practice, native chicken & pig production and identification of compost producers.
10. Munggo Processing by the Rural Improvement Club members. Munggo products are butchi, empanada, munggopulvoron, pancitbalatong, chips, yema, coffee, and flour. These are already available in the market.
11. Salted Egg Industry by the Pag-Asa Bayanihan Association (PBA).