ABOUT BARANGAY FORT BONIFACIO
Barangay Fort Bonifacio is dedicated to performing its duties and responsibilities in implementing plans, programs, and policies through providing excellent service to meet the basic needs of its citizens and produce progressive changes that will create a positive impact in the community.
Barangay Fort Bonifacio is a progressive and sustainable barangay built by the collaboration between its citizens and officials to create better living conditions for every individual residing in the community.
Barangay Fort Bonifacio (BFB) is considered a newly created barangay of the City of Taguig by virtue of the Sangguniang Panlungsod Ordinance No. 68 Series of 2008. Along with Barangay Pinagsama, BFB was once part of Barangay Western Bicutan (which was retained as the mother barangay). It started to function on April 04, 2009 under the following first appointed barangay officials: Armando S. Lopez as Barangay Chairman, with Nicasio T. Asyao, Henry S. Estribello, Benigno Z. Marasigan, Wilfredo S. Sayson Christian L. Tinga, and Lysandre T. Vertulfo as Barangay Kagawads.
The First Barangay and SK Elections was held on October 25, 2010, and the first set of elected officials took office on December 1, 2010. The newly elected officials were led by Barangay Chairman “Direk” Lino S. Cayetano. Direk Lino was able to establish several projects and programs that had a significant impact in BFB. Under his term, he was able to build the Barangay Hall, the Lupon office, daycare centers, the health center in Sitio 3, and the multi-awarded Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) along Pasong Tamo Extension. Previous Barangay Chairmen who also took the helm of Fort Bonifacio were Wilfredo Sayson and Alan Oliman.
After the 2018 barangay elections, BFB is currently under the care of Punong Barangay Jorge Daniel Bocobo, Barangay Kagawads Lysandre Vertulfo, Helen Lara, Joseph Parras, Nicasio Asyao, Vilma Padua, Emma Alcantara, Amante Dela Cruz Jr., and SK Chairperson Maricris Palma.
Kap Jorge Bocobo is also a sitting a Councilor in the city of taguig as President of the Association of Barangay Captains of Taguig and was elected Secretary General of the Liga ng mga Barangay sa Pilipinas.
Barangay Fort Bonifacio’s land area of 465.3 hectares has a population of approximately 20,000, with a voting population of 11,596 (based on the 2018 barangay elections).
BFB is bordered on the North and North East by J.P. Rizal Ave. Ext., Makati City; on the North West by South Cembo, Maricaban Creek, and Forbes Park; on the East by Mckinley Hills Perimeter Fence; on the South by McKinley Road and Lawton Avenue; and on the West by Philippine National Railway.
Barangay Fort Bonifacio is composed of eight Zones namely Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3, Zone 4, Bonifacio Heights, Consular, Mini-Park, Secondary, and the rising central business district of Bonifacio Global City. Presently, there is one (1) health center and five (5) daycare centers, namely Sitio Una, Sto. Nino de Bonifacio, Sitio Singko, Consular, and Mini Park. In 2015, the much- awaited Gat Andres Bonifacio Elementary School and High School were launched, paving the way for the barangay to have its own public elementary and secondary schools.
Barangay Fort Bonifacio
Jorge Daniel S. Bocobo
Committee on housing, land use, urban settlement and informal settlers
Committee on appropriations and finance.
Committee on health and nutrition
Committee on education, arts, culture and tourism
Committee on transportation, communication and information technology
Lysandre T. Vertulfo
Helen V. Lara
Joseph S. Parras
Committee on livelihood, employment,
Committee on justice and human rights
Committee on disaster management
and risk reduction
Committee on women, family affairs, elderly, persons with disability and other social services
Nicasio T. Asyao
Vilma S. Padua
Emma R. Alcantara
Committee on solid waste and
Committee on infrastructure and public works
Amante A. Dela Cruz Jr.
Maricris H. Palma
Committee on youth and sports development
Committee on peace and order and illegal drugs