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Session Road will be Closed to Vehicular Traffic on March 14 for “Sunday Market Showcase” Event

Both lanes of Session Road from Baguio Post Office down to Magsaysay Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic on Sunday, March 14, 2021, from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM  for a “Sunday Market Showcase” event. This news was announced by the Public Information Office of the City of Baguio earlier today (Wednesday), March 10, 2021.

Session Road Closed on Sunday

According to the information office, Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong has issued Executive Order No.33, series of 2021, authorizing the temporary closure of both lanes of Session Road on March 14 for the Sunday Market Showcase activity.

“The success of this coming Sunday Market Showcase shall serve as a study of the activity’s sustainability in fostering entrepreneurship of our citizens while still implementing minimum public health standards.”

– Mayor Benjamin Magalong

Considering accessibility, space and open air, Mayor Magalong explained that Session Road will be the perfect setting for the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) product showcase.

The Sunday Market Showcase for MSME

The aim of the city government of Baguio with the Sunday Market Showcase event is to stimulate economic activity. During the said event, restaurants along Session Road will also be allowed to offer outdoor dining services.

The Public Information Office of the City of Baguio encourages the MSMEs interested to join the event to coordinate with the following offices:

  • City Planning and Development Office
    • Tel. No. 442-6607
  • City Tourism Office
    • Tel. No. 446-2009

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Source: Public Information Office – City of Baguio

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