Hotline Numbers To Contact for Emergency in Bulacan

30 July 2022
Hotline Numbers To Contact for Emergency in Bulacan

In the Philippines, it's impossible to predict when you'll require emergency aid in the event of a natural catastrophe. There are a number of different hotlines available depending on the nature of the emergency. Any kind of crisis may be a cause for concern, from house fires to car accidents to domestic violence. That is why being able to rely on support from someone in case of emergency is essential.


In this article, we cover the hotline numbers that you may call in case of any emergency if you live in the Province of Bulacan.


Hotlines to save in time of emergencies in Bulacan

Bulakenyos may phone in their emergency hotline during various crises, such as medical emergencies (heart attack, stroke, etc.), vehicle accidents, fire reports, collapsed buildings, and natural calamities (force majeure) like floods, typhoons, and earthquakes, as well other incidents that demand immediate rescue or response from authorities.


On October 28, 2021, the 911 emergency hotline of the provincial government of Bulacan was established at the Provincial Capitol Gymnasium in the City of Malolos in an effort to improve emergency response and aid to Bulakenyos. This is in addition to their existing Bulacan 566 emergency hotline.


The Bulacan rescue initiative, in conjunction with the Department of the Interior and Local Government and the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company, is inside the jurisdiction of the Bulacan Rescue's Communications, Command, and Control Center (C4) of their Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO).


This was also in accordance with former President Duterte's Executive Order No. 56, which mandated that all local government entities create their own 911 call centers as a nationwide emergency answering point where calls would be free of charge.


Bulacan authorities said that the Bulacan 566 will not be rendered useless since it can still be called anytime of the day, 7 days a week to react to emergencies. According to them, this 911 hotline may assist 566 maintain public order and safety, and fight criminals, with the use of this number. Go Live has made it possible to phone 911 even when there is no Internet connection, and the wait time is significantly reduced.


In order to increase situational awareness and speed up reaction times, Go Live 911 makes use of Touchpoint software to make direct phone calls to first responders.


Emergency hotline numbers in Bulacan Province

Below are the crisis hotline and local call center for national disaster risk reduction management council emergency response unit in the Bulacan provincial government local government units:


Meycauayan Bulacan


- (044) 8323-04-04

- 0915-707-7929

- 0925-707-7929

Bureau of Fire protection

- (044) 8228-91-67

- 0922-210-3168


- 0916-582-7475

Malolos Bulacan


- (044) 8760-51-60


- (044) 8796-24-83

- 0933-610-4327

Red Cross

- (044) 8662-59-22

Calumpit Bulacan


- (044) 913-72-95

- 0923-401-4305

- 0916-390-3931


- 0995-966-4427

- 0933-197-8736


- (044) 8913-72-89

- 0925-522-5237

Hagonoy Bulacan


- (044)8793-58-11

- 0925-885-5811

Baliuag Bulacan


- 0917-505-7827

Norzagaray Bulacan


- 0916-359-0233

Sta.Maria Bulacan


- 0925-773-7283

Bustos Bulacan


- (044) 8761-10-98

San Miguel Bulacan


- (044) 8762-10-20

- 0995-059-5054

- 0928-187-6784



Uniting for a stronger future this National Resilience Month

On July 1, the National Disaster Resilience Month (NDRM) was officially inaugurated as part of a month-long event by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).


This year's event has the theme "Sambayanang Pilipino, Nagkakaisa Tungo sa Katatagan at Maunlad na Kinabukasan," which aims to promote unity in the face of resilience and long-term progress in the country for improved situational awareness of everyone.


Being one of the nations in the Pacific Ring of Fire and Typhoon Belt, the Philippines marks National Disaster Resilience Month every July in accordance with Executive Order No. 29, issued on June 28, 2017, as a means of preparing for the annual average of 20 typhoons and volcanic eruptions. It is mandated by EO No. 29 that NDRM should be observed throughout the nation through the conduct of activities related to the development of disaster resilience.


Investing in a resilient community for your family

In today's world, communities and the problems they encounter are becoming more and more intricate. A greater number of catastrophes, both human-induced as well as natural, have placed each year. More individuals may be exposed to disaster-related hazards due to factors including climate change and urbanization.


A method that combines catastrophe preparedness and everyday community building is needed to address these challenges. The goal of building community resilience is to lessen the negative effects of catastrophes by improving the health and well-being of residents on a daily basis.


In searching for a home for your family, it is much better if you could consider the resiliency of the community you are going to live in.


Lumina Homes, with its innovative ideas as a community developer, think ahead of its game and build communities that strengthen resiliency and increase sustainability for its residents and future homeowners.


Lumina Homes in Bulacan include amenities that promote a greener place to live in through its community garden aside from campaigning an active lifestyle through its eSpacio, jogging path, mini gardens and playground, as well as a multipurpose hall.


Currently, the province of Bulacan houses five (5) Lumina Homes communities that include:

·        Lumina Pandi – Brgy. Pinagkuartelan, Pandi, Bulacan

·        Lumina Plaridel – Brgy. Culianin, Plaridel, Bulacan

·        Lumina San Miguel – Brgy. Buliran, San Miguel, Bulacan

·        Lumina Baliuag – Brgy. Pagala, Baliwag, Bulacan

·        Bulacan Residences Calumpit – Brgy. Bugurion Calumpit, Bulacan


All these communities will also include a community center that will cater satellite offices for Health Center, Day Care Center, Senior Citizen Center, and Barangay Center, letting the homeowners and future residents of Lumina Homes be closer to these government services inside the community.


This is aside from the fact that all these subdivisions have proximity to government offices and health facilities such as clinics and hospitals.


To top it all, the wide range of home model units that Lumina Homes offer are made with quality materials through Cast-In Place and Industrialized Building System or IBS that guarantee our houses' durability in any natural disasters and test of time.


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