Malabon launches centralized communication system
The Malabon Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO) has launched a new centralized communication system called LET'S CONNECT TXT MJS, aimed at expediting communication and service delivery to the residents of Malabon. This system will allow the local government to effectively manage feedback and reports from the people of Malabon and send text messages (SMS blasting) to disseminate announcements, news, and alerts.
This new service is available to all residents of Malabon who can send messages using their mobile phones with load. To use the service, simply type TXTMJS, followed by a space and the appropriate keyword for the department or office that your concern is related to, followed by another space and your message. Then, send the message to 225687 or 09176TXTMJS/09176898657.
The following are the keywords that you can use:
- NDRRMO - For emergency concerns related to the Malabon Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office
- TRAFFIC - For traffic concerns related to the Public Safety and Traffic Management Office (PSTMO)
- HEALTH - For health and sanitation concerns related to the City Health Office
- POLICE - For concerns related to the Malabon City Police Station
- FIRE - For concerns related to the Bureau of Fire Protection Malabon
- CSWDD - For concerns related to the City Social Welfare and Development Department
- ENGR - For concerns related to the City Engineering Department
- MCAT - For concerns related to the Mayor's Complaint and Action Team
- CENRO - For concerns related to the City Environment and Natural Resources Office
- BPLO - For concerns related to the Business Permit and License Office
- OTHERS - For concerns related to any department or office not mentioned above
This project was initiated by Mayor Jeannie Sandoval as a way to hear the voice of the people and improve the development of Malabon. Through LET'S CONNECT TXT MJS, the city government can better serve and address the needs of its residents. To learn more about this service, residents are encouraged to watch the video provided by the Malabon Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.
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