Coastal Resources and Fishery Management Office (CRFMO)

Coastal Resources and Fishery Management Office (CRFMO)

Mr. Ruben P. Mercado, Jr.

City Fishery Officer

Mission

The mission of the Coastal Resources and Fishery Management Office (CRFMO) is to offer professional services and empower local communities on a holistic manner to protect, rehabilitate and manage the coastal resources and fisheries sector of marine, fresh and brackish waters in the City of Baybay.

Vision

An agri-industrialized, environmentally sustainable, progressive and peaceful community, whose residents are healthy, empowered and law-abiding under oriented leaders.

Services Offered

Frontline Service:

Fisheries Assistance – Production Support

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays to Fridays (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Fisherfolk Associations, Barangay LGU

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

2-3 months

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

NONE

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Submit Project Proposal, Resolution/Letter request for resource inventory and assessment/availment of Marine Sanctuary materials and paraphernalia, Fish Aggregating Device & service facility motorboat, etc. address to mayor cc. CRFMO

Conduct Coastal Resource Assessment and Monitoring of:

a.     Marine Sanctuaries

b.     Artificial Reef

c.      Fish Aggregating Device (FAD)

d.     Service facility motor boat

1 week

Technical Staff of CRFMO

NONE

Approved Project Proposal, Resolution request from the City Mayor

2

 

Prepare PR, Quotation of canvass, Purchase item, distribution/turn-over of requested item

1 month

Administrative Staff of CRFMO

NONE

 

3

Sign deed of undertaking/MOA

Prepare MOA

10 minutes

Administrative Staff of CRFMO

NONE

deed of undertaking/ deed of of donation/ MOA

Frontline Service:

Fisheries Assistance – Law Enforcement-Seaborne Operation

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Sundays (On Call)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Concerned Citizens

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

1 day

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

NONE

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY (UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Bantay Dagat/ BFARMC/CFLET        

     

        Report sighting of illegal fishing activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notify members of CFLET/Organize Fishery Law Enforcement Team

 

1 day

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRFMO, BFAR-FMRED, PNP, PCG, FLET, Fish Examiner

 

NONE

Floating asset, Logistics,

Apprehension report, receipt of confiscated fish and other supporting documents, Fishery Ordinance RA8550/RA10654

2

Request assistance for scheduled operation

 

3

Provide complete information

 

4

Assist/back-up FLET in the operation

Prepare logistic support, conduct seaborne operation

5

Assist as witness if necessary

File a case

1 day

PNP

NONE

 

Frontline Service:

Fisheries Assistance – Law Enforcement-Market Denial

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Sundays (As need arises)

Who May Avail of the Service:

General Public

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

1 hour

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

NONE

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

Step

What to Do

Duration of Activity (Under Normal Circumstances)

Person/s in Charge

Fees

Requirements

Applicant/ Client

Service Provider

1

General Public/ Consumers to avail safe food, fish and fishery products

 

Conduct monitoring of fish and fishery products in fish landing area and market area against illegally caught fish and fishery products

 

1 hour

Technical Staff of CRFMO

NONE

Auxiliary permits from place of origin to destination, Quarantine certificate of fish and fishery products transported from one origin to another

Frontline Service:

Aquaculture Assistance – Availment of Tilapia Fingerlings

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Backyard fishpond operators

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

As soon as possible within 3 working days from date of confirmation of release from BFAR

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

Php 100.00

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

 

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Fill-up request form for tilapia fingerlings

Provide request form to the farmer clientele, consolidate request up to 80-100 bags

8-10 minutes

Bithyl Valenzona/Milanie Orapa

NONE

Request form

2

Give payment for the purchase of plastic bag, “bayong” and rubber band (lastiko)

Submit request to BFAR

1 day

Bithyl Valenzona

Php 100.00

Written request to BFAR

Confirm availability of fingerlings and withdraw as scheduled.

As soon as possible within 3 working days from date of confirmation of fingerling release from BFAR

Bithyl Valenzona

NONE

Vehicle, plastic bag, “bayong” and rubber band (lastiko)

3

Withdraw tilapia fingerlings and bring to fishpond ASAP

Notify the clientele of exact time and day of distribution

Half day

CRFMO Staff

NONE

Duly signed release/receipt form

Frontline Service:

Fishpond Development Assistance

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Backyard fishpond operators

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

1-2 months

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

NONE

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Submit request for assistance

Log the request, nature of assistance needed

10 minutes

Bithyl Valenzona

NONE

Request Letter

2

Assist in the inspection/survey

Validate request and conduct inspection/survey

1 day

CRFMO Staff

NONE

Inspection Report

3

Conduct actual fishpond development

Submit report and recommendation for fishpond development

1-2 months

CRFMO Technical Staff

NONE

Written report and recommendation

Frontline Service:

Fisherfolk Registration

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Fisherfolks

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

10 – 15 minutes

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

NONE

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Inquire assistance at the info desk for fisherfolk registration

Log client’s name and conduct enumeration

 

5 minutes

CRFMO Staff

NONE

Fisherfolk Registration Form

 

2

 

Encode information on-line

3 minutes

John Kenneth Tabudlong

NONE

Filled-up/ accomplished FishR Form

Frontline Service

Fishing Vessel/Boat Registration and Permit to Operate (3.0 MT and below, Renewed Annually)

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Fishing vessels/boat operators

What are the Requirements:

Barangay clearance, Community Tax Certificate/cedula, Registration form

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

1-5 days

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

Below 7 hp      –  Php   50.00

  7 hp to 9 hp   –  Php 200.00

10 hp to 12 hp –  Php 300.00

Below 7 hp      –  Php   50.00

  7 hp to 9 hp   –  Php 200.00

10 hp to 12 hp –  Php 300.00

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Inquire assistance from the info desk for boat registration

Log client’s name and give registration form/BoatR form

2 minutes

Melanie Orapa.

 

 

Certificate of ownership/Deed of sale, Cedula, Brgy. Clearance

2

Fill up registration form/BoatR form

Conduct inspection and ad measurement of the motorboat and take photo of the vessel with its owner

2-3 hours

CRFMO Staff

 

Forms, Ad measurement equipment, Camera

3

Pay registration/permit fee at the Treasurer’s Office and ask for official receipt

Issue costing of registration

5 minutes

City Treasurer’s Office

 

OR from CTO

Registration documents

4

 

Present OR

Check and secure photocopy of OR. Advice client to leave contact number.

2 minutes

John Kenneth Tabudlong /Ruben P. Mercado Jr.

 

 

Registration/Permit Certificate, Filled-up BoatR form

5

Claim Certificate of Registration/Permit

Encode information on-line for BoatR.

Process registration/permit certificate with signatures and inform client of tentative time of pick up

At least 5 working days

John Kenneth Tabudlong,  CFARMC Chairman, Ruben P. Mercado Jr., City Mayor

 

 

Frontline Service:

Fishing Gear License/Permit to Operate

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays (8:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Who May Avail of the Service:

Fishing gear owners

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

1-5 days

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

1.

Fish Corrals

 

 

 

250 sq. meters and below

300.00

 

251 to 750 sq. meters

400.00

 

751 to 1,000 sq. meters

500.00

 

1,000 sq. meters and above

700.00

2.

Catching of bangus/sugpo fry “Kawag-kawag”

150.00/   unit

3.

Oyster Culture beds

 

 

 

200 sq. meters and below

150.00

 

201 to 400 sq. meters

250.00

 

401 to 600 sq. meters

400.00

 

601 to 1,000 sq. meters

600.00

 

above 1,000 sq. meters

750.00

4.

Fish pens/cages

 

100.00/

20 sq. meter

5.

Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) “Payaw”

 

50.00/ unit

6.

Fish Pond

 

 

 

2,500 to 5,000 sq. meters

150.00

 

5,001 to 10,000 sq. meters

250.00

 

above 10,000 sq. meters

350.00/ha

1.

Fish Corrals

 

 

 

250 sq. meters and below

300.00

 

251 to 750 sq. meters

400.00

 

751 to 1,000 sq. meters

500.00

 

1,000 sq. meters and above

700.00

2.

Catching of bangus/sugpo fry “Kawag-kawag”

150.00/   unit

3.

Oyster Culture beds

 

 

 

200 sq. meters and below

150.00

 

201 to 400 sq. meters

250.00

 

401 to 600 sq. meters

400.00

 

601 to 1,000 sq. meters

600.00

 

above 1,000 sq. meters

750.00

4.

Fish pens/cages

 

100.00/

20 sq. meter

5.

Fish Aggregating Device (FAD) “Payaw”

 

50.00/ unit

6.

Fish Pond

 

 

 

2,500 to 5,000 sq. meters

150.00

 

5,001 to 10,000 sq. meters

250.00

 

above 10,000 sq. meters

350.00/ha

 

       

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Inquire assistance from the info desk for fishing gear license and permit to operate

Log client’s name and give application form

2 minutes

Melanie Orapa/John Kenneth Tabudlong

 

Cedula, Brgy. Clearance, Picture of fishing gear

2

Fill up application form

Conduct inspection

2-3 hours

CRFMO Staff

 

 

Forms, measurement equipment, Camera

3

Pay permit fee at the Treasurer’s Office and ask for official receipt

Issue costing of permit

5 minutes

 

City Treasurer’s Office

 

OR from CTO

4

Present OR

Check and secure photocopy of OR and prepare license/permit documents. Advice client to leave contact number.

5 minutes

John Kenneth Tabudlong/Ruben P. Mercado Jr.

 

OR, Fishing gear license/permit to operate documents

5

Claim fishing gear license and permit to operate

Process fishing gear license and permit to operate with complete signatures and inform client of tentative time of pick up

At least 5 working days

John Kenneth Tabudlong, CFARMC Chairman, Ruben P, Mercado Jr, City Mayor

 

Fishing gear license and permit to operate documents

Frontline Service:

Quarantine and Auxiliary Permit (Outgoing Shipment)

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Who May Avail of the Service:

Shipper of fishery products

What are the Requirements:

Fishery products for inspection

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

30 min.

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

a)     Quarantine Certificate               ……………………..     30.00/load

b)     Auxiliary Invoice:

      5 – 10 boxes                              ……………………..     50.00/load

      11 – 25 boxes                            ……………………..     60.00/load

      Above 25 boxes                         ………………………   75.00/load

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Present fish/fishery products to be shipped out/transported

Conduct inspection and issue costing

10 minutes

Technical Staff of CRFMO

 

Fish/Fishery Products

2

Pay permit fee at the Treasurer’s Office and present OR

Check OR and issue Auxiliary Permit

5 minutes

CRFMO Staff

 

OR from CTO, Auxiliary Permit form

 

Frontline Service:

Commercial Fishing Vessel (CFV) Permit to Operate

Schedule of Availability of Service:

Mondays – Fridays

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Who May Avail of the Service:

Commercial fishing vessel operators

What are the Requirements:

1.     Application form

2.     MARINA documents:  Boat Captain License, Marine Engine Mechanic License, Certificate of Ownership, Minimum Safe Manning Certificate, Fishing Vessel Safety Certificate, Certificate of Philippine Registry

3.     BFAR documents: Commercial Fishing Vessel License (CFVL), Commercial Fishing Gear License (CFGL), Certificate of Clearance for Fishing Vessel, Fishing Logsheet, Fisherman’s/Fishworker License

4.     List of crews (Name/Age/CTC No. or Cedula/Position) duly signed by the owner/operator

5.     2 copies 2×2 picture of the owner

6.     Pictures of Mother boat, Light boats and Service boat (Front view and Side view)

7.     Community Tax Certificate/Cedula of crews (photocopy and original) 

8.     Schedule of Inspection

Maximum Time to Complete the Process:

1-5 days

Amount of Fees to be Paid:

1.     Commercial Fishing Boats:

  3.1 GT to   5 GT                                     ……………………..     1,500.00

  7.6 GT to 10.5 GT                                  ……………………..     1,750.00

10.6 GT to 15.5 GT                                  ……………………..     2,000.00

15.6 GT to 20.0 GT                                  ……………………..     2,250.00

20.1 GT to 50.0 GT                                  ……………………..     2,500.00

 

2.     Light Boat                                                 ..……………………        300.00

 

3.     Service Boat                                             ……………………..        400.00

 

4.     Fishing Gear/Fishing Net

30 to 40 pathoms                                     ……………………..        400.00

40.1 to 60 pathoms                                  ……………………..        750.00

60.1 to 80 pathoms                                  ……………………..     1,000.00

80.1 pathoms and above                         ……………………..     1,250.00

 

 

 

Procedure to Avail of the Service:

STEP

WHAT TO DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

(UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES)

PERSON/S IN CHARGE

FEES

REQUIREMENTS

APPLICANT/ CLIENT

SERVICE PROVIDER

1

Inquire assistance from the info desk for commercial fishing permit

Log client’s name and issue application form

2 minutes

Melanie Orapa/

John Kenneth Tabudlong/

Richard Dajao

 

Application form

2

Fill up application form and submit required documents

 

Check fishing vessel documents and set date of inspection

 

5 hours

CRFMO Staff

 

 

Fishing vessel documents from MARINA, Commercial Fishing Vessel/Gear License (CFVGL) from BFAR

List of crews with cedula, photo of fishing vessel, service boat and light boats

3

Accompany CFARMC staff to docking site of the vessel

Conduct inspection of fishing vessel, service boat, light boats and gears

1 day

CRFMO Staff

 

Forms, camera

 

4

Pay permit fee at the Treasurer’s Office and ask for official receipt

Issue costing of fishing permit

10 minutes

City Treasurer’s Office

 

OR from CTO

5

Present OR

Check and secure photocopy of OR and prepare fishing permit. Advice client to leave contact number.

5 minutes

Ruben P. Mercado Jr/

John Kenneth Tabudlong/

Richard Dajao

 

OR, Fishing permit documents

 

6

Claim fishing permit to operate within coastal waters

Process fishing permit with complete signatures and inform client of tentative time of pick up

At least 5 working days

John Kenneth Tabudlong,CFARMC Chairman, Ruben P, Mercado Jr, City Mayor

 

Fishing permit documents

2/F Baybay City Hall

Brgy. Gaas, Baybay City, Leyte

Email: [email protected]

For complaints / suggestions, please contact the City Fishery Officer email at  [email protected]