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SECURITY - GATES AND STREETS
Barangay Ordinance No. 06-92
In consideration of the residents' right to first use of the recreational and other facilities of the Village and to the peace and tranquility of their homes, with the end view of further discouraging advertising companies and film production outfits from using the said facilities, the following rules have been enforced:
1.) The permit fee for filming in and around Bel-Air Village, including but not limited to its parks, covered courts, pavillions, streets, and private residences (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "village environs") be now pegged at three thousand pesos (P 3,000.00) for the first three (3) hours and an additional one thousand pesos (P1,000.00) pero hour in excess of the said three (3) hours, it being expressly understood that a fraction of an hour shall be considered a full hour.
2.) The barangay permit fee shall be separate and distinct from any fee or imposition that may be charged upon the applicant by the Bel-Air Village Association and shall cover any commercial filming activity geared for movie and/or television consumption.
3.) The names of all the performers, bit players, crew and staff of the individual, proprietorship, partnership or corporation which applied for the filming permit (hereinafter referred to as the "applicant") shall be submitted to the Barangay Council for the latter's consideration and review at least five (5) calendar days prior to the date of use of the village environs.
4.) As a condition precedent to the approval of the application, the applicant shall execute an undertaking which will contain the following provisions, among other conditions, to wit:
5.) Computation of the time for permit purposes shall commence from the time of entry of at least one member/employee, agent or representative of the applicant at any of the gates of the Village and shall be considered terminated from the time of departure of the last member, employee, agent or representative of said applicant at any of the gates of the Village.
6.) The issuance of the Barangay filming permit does not authorize the applicant to use the names "Bel-Air", "Bel-Air Village" or "Barangay Bel-Air" which may only be used with th express written consent of the Bel-Air Village Association and Barangay Bel-Air.
SECURITY - VEHICLES, TRAFFIC AND PARKING RULES
Barangay Ordinance No. 03 (s. 1965)
A speed limit of 30 kilometers per hour is in effect inside Bel-Air Village and enforced by Barangay Tanods and BAVA Security.
Barangay Ordinance No. 01 (1991)
Only parallel parking is allowed on the following perimeter streets of Bel-Air Village from 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. on Mondays-Fridays:
Parking on Saturdays, Sundays and official non-working holidays is allowed the whole day.
Parking fees shall be collected in the said streets by the Makati Public Safety Assistance (MAPSA).
Vehicles parked along "NO PARKING" areas shall be towed away by MAPSA and/or the duly authorized parking authority.
Any infraction or violation of this ordinance will be fined not less than fifty pesos (P50.00) and not more than one hundred pesos (P100.00) or an imprisonment of not less than five (5) days but not to exceed ten (10) days, or both fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court upon final conviction.
Municipal Ordinance No. 92-062
All motor vehicles parked along Jupiter Street (Sen. Gil Puyat Side) shall pay a one P10.00 one-time parking fee regardless whether a motor vehicle is parked for one (1) minute or longer as specified by the MAPSA personnel assigned to the area.
Any driver/ operator/ owner of a motor vehicle who refuses to pat the corresponding parking fee shall have his/her motor vehicle considered as an illegally parked vehicle and this shall be towed and impounded to the impounding area and shall only be released upon payment of the P200.00 fine for illegal parking and the prescribed towage fees.
Any driver/ operator/ owner of a motor vehicle that has been apprehended for the second, third, fourth and fifth offenses for legal parking shall have his/ her driver's license confiscated and will be issued a traffic citation ticket prescribed by the City of Makati and shall pay the fine as indicated:
Barangay Ordinance No. 04-92
Practice driving of a motor vehicle is not allowed on all the streets of Bel-Air Village, irrespective of whether or not the student driver is accompanied by a professional driver. It shall likewise be unlawful for any person/s to allow himself/themselves, wittingly or unwittingly, to be accomplices or co-participants in the violation of this Ordinance.
Failure to present a valid and genuine professional or non-professional driver's license or the production of a student driver's license by the person driving the motor vehicle, when required by the officials of the Barangay, security personnel or other duly authorized agents or representatives of the Barangay, shall constitute conclusive and sufficient evidence of violation or infraction of this Ordinance.
Any person/s found violating the provisions of this Ordinance shall be punished and penalized as follows:
This Ordinance shall be without prejudice
Barangay Ordinance No. 01-2001 - The use of a safety helmet is a mandatory requirement for all those who use motorcycles , skateboards, rollerblades, roller skates, bicycles, scooters, trolleys and similar forms of transportation and/or leisure equipment on all roads owned by Bel-Air Village.
All barangay constituents and residents, including barangay employees such as but not limited to barangay tanods, bantay bayans, maintenance and security personnel as well as delivery boys are likewise required to use safety helmets.
Violation of this Ordinance shall be meted the following penalties:
Barangay Ordinance No. 04-2001
- Parking for residences on Orbit Street with even house numbers shall be strictly prohibited on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 7:00-9:00 A.M. and 4:30-8:00 P.M.
The motor vehicle of any driver/operator/owner who violates the foregoing prohibitions shall be considered as an illegally parked vehicle and the said motor vehicle shall be towed to the impounding area and shall only be released upon payment of the sum of P1,000.00 as fine for illegal parking and the towage fees as prescribed under Makati Ordinance No. 30, Series of 1998.
In case a driver/operator/owner of a motor vehicle has been apprehended for the second, third, fourth, and fifth offenses for illegal parking, the driver's license of the driver shall be confiscated and the offended shall be issued a traffic violation receipt prescribed by the City of Makati, Metro Manila and shall pay the following fines as indicated:
Barangay Ordinance No. 06-2001
Violators of illegal parking along Bel-Air streets and in special parking areas reserved for the disable shall be penalized as follows:
1.) For the first violation, a fine of two hundred pesos (P200.00) per hour for the first hour and an additional fifty pesos (P50.00)/hour for subsequent hours or a fraction thereof shall be imposed on non-residents who illegally park along Bel-Air Village streets and on resident and non-resident owners of vehicles illegally parked within spaces or areas expressly reserved for the disabled.
2.) On the second and subsequent violations, the offending vehicles shall be towed away at the expense of the owner.
Barangay Ordinance No. 01-97
Section 1 - Owner/s of dog/s shall be prohibited from allowing said dogs from roaming or straying in any open vacant lot, sidewalk, street, park, and in all other public places within the territorial jurisdiction of the Barangay.
Section 2 - Members of the Barangay Tanod and the Bel-Air Village Security Force shall be authorized to impound any of the animals mentioned in Section 1 of this Ordinance.
Section 3 - Any person/s violationg the provisions of Rule 1 shall be punished by a fine of one thousand pesos (P1,000.00) for the first offense, one thousand five hundred pesos (P1,500.00) for the second offense and two thousand pesos (P2,000.00) for the third offense, for each day the impounded dog is not redeemed or paid as hereinabove stated. Seven (7) days after being impounded, the dog/s shall be sold at public auction as may be decided by the Punong Barangay.
Barangay Ordinance No. 02-97
Section 1 - Owner/s of dog/s shall be prohibited from walking his/ their dogs within the territorial jurisdiction of the Barangay without making provisions for the proper disposal of its/their feces or excreta.
Section 2 - Owner/s of dog/s who do not have in their possession a bag and paper with which to remove the dog waste or excreta shall constitute prima facie evidence of violation of this Ordinance.
Section 3 - Members of the Barangay Tanod and the Bel-Air Village Security Force shall be authorized to impound any of the animals mentioned in Section 1 of this Ordinance.
Section 4 - Any person/s violating the provisions of Rule 1 shall be punished by a fine of one thousand pesos (P1,000.00) for the first offense, one thousand five hundred pesos (P1,500.00) for the second offense and two thousand pesos (P2,000.00) for the third offense, for each day the impounded dog is not redeemed or paid for as hereinabove stated. Seven (7) days after being impounded, the dog/s shall be sold at public auction as may be decided by the Punong Barangay.
Barangay Ordinance No. 07-2001 - A resident who is found to be retaining cattle, duck/s, geese, pig/s, rabbit/s, rooster/s, and sheep within his premises or who keeps a pet which constitutes a nuisance under Article 694 of the Civil Code of the Philippines shall be given a written warning to remove such animal and/or fowl within seven (7) calendar days after receipt of such warning.
After the expiration of the seven-day grace period, a fine of five hundred pesos (P500.00) per day shall be imposed on the erring resident/property owner.
Barangay Ordinace No. 01-2002
Section 1 - A fine of five hundred pesos (P500.00) shall be imposed on residents and/or household helpers who are found devoid of an appropriate receptacle while walking their dog/s in the streets of Bel-Air Village.
Section 2 - An additional fine of five hundred pesos (P500.00) shall be imposed on residents and/or household helpers who fail or refuse to remove from village streets defecated waste matter emanating from their dog/s.
Barangay Ordinance No. 02-2001
All garbage must be properly segregated at source. Only properly segregated garbage will be collected by the garbage contractor of the Barangay. All biodegradable garbage must be composted and all recycable garbage must be recycled.
Barangay Ordinance No. 02-2002
In compliance with the Department of Interior and Local Government's (DILG) circulars enjoining all barangay captains to establish a Council for the protection of Children, the Sangguniang Barangay of Barangay Bel-Air established the Barangay Council for the Protection of Children (BCPC), which is composed of the following members:
a.) Chairperson - Punong Barangay
b.) Vice-Chairperson - Sangguniang Kabataan chairman
c.) A representative of the Makati Social Welfare Department
d.) A representative from a non-governmental organization or people's organization concerned with the welfare of children which is operating within the barangay
e.) An active and responsible member of the community
f.) A chilld advocate whose age ranges from 9-14 years duly chosen by the Punong Barangay
g.) The Peace and Order Committee chairperson
h.) The Social Services and Cultural Affairs Committee chairperson
i.) The Health and Sanitation Committee chairperson
j.) The Budget and Finance Committee chairperson
The BCPC's functions are:
a.) Foster education of every child in the Barangay;
b.) Develop a spiritually and morally upright environment;
c.) Encourage the proper performance of the duties of parents and provide learning opportunities on the adequate rearing of children and on positive parent-child relationships;
d.) Protect and assist abandoned, maltreated and abused children and monitor cases filed against child abusers and report the same;
e.) Protect working children from abuse and exploitation;
f.) Take steps to prevent juvenile delinquency and assist parents of children with behavioral problems where they can obtain expert advice;
g.) Adopt measures to enhance the health and nutritional needs of children;
h.) Promote the opening and proper maintenance of playgrounds and day care centers and other services that are necessary for child and youth welfare;
i.) Coordinate the activities of organizations devoted to the promotion of the welfare of children and secure their cooperation;
j.) Promote wholesome entertainment in the community, especially in moviehouses;
k.) Assist parents, whenever necessary, in securing professional guidance and counseling from proper government or private welfare agencies;
l.) Advocate for the passage of barangay and city ordinances in response to child-related issues and concerns.
m.) Prepare the barangay plan of action for children which shall address the needs of children in the community and ensure its integration into the Barangay Development Plan and implementation by the barangay, and
n.) Submit quarterly accomplishment reports to the Punong Barangay.