Megarahe Sale in Alabang Hills on September 28 and 29

The Alabang Hills Village Association, Inc. (AHVA) announced that the annual Megarahe Sale: Ukay-Okay will be held again this year precisely on September 28 and 29 at the Community Center inside Alabang Hills, Muntinlupa City.

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Specifically speaking, Megarahe Sale is a community oriented shopping event that emphasizes the concept of garage sales. The difference is that sellers can use one large community venue to sell their products, hence the words “Megarahe Sale”. The large venue set-up spares the neighbors from the common hassles (pedestrian and vehicular traffic, lack of parking, vehicular pollution) that come with the holding of a garage sale at a house.

At the Megarahe Sale, buyers can look forward to products for sale like bags, clothes, shoes, slippers, books and other household items. The AHVA confirmed that there will also be some stalls of food and beverages set up.

With regards to non-residents who want to visit and shop at the Megarahe Sale, the AHVA personnel confirmed to me that they are welcome to visit and all they need to do is just follow the rules when entering the village. This means non-resident motorists whose vehicles don’t have AHVA-issued car stickers can visit, drop a driver’s license at the village gate, receive a pass and enter.

The Megarahe Sale has been going on for many years now and that alone makes it clear it is a successful village event.

For more information, call landline numbers 850-8254 and 850-9631.

 

 

 

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Alabang Hills Village Association (AHVA) Updates (July 27, 2019)

The Alabang Hills Village Association (AHVA) in Alabang Hills Village, Barangay Cupang, Muntinlupa City announced that more village stickers for specific people will be released very soon.

Firstly, the 2019 edition of the vehicular stickers for Alabang Hills residents will be released on August 5, 2019. Each sticker will cost as follows (according to the AHVA’s Secretary’s Certificate dated July 6, 2017):

First four cars – P100 per vehicle

Next three cars – P300 per vehicle

Next three cars – P600 per vehicle

11 or more cars – P1,200 per vehicle

For the commercial vehicles, the stickers will be released on August 12, 2019. The stickers will cost P1,500 per vehicle (four wheels) and P2,250 per vehicle (six wheels).

Last but not least, stickers for motorcycles and bicycles will be released on August 12, 2019. The rates for resident motorcycles and bicycles are P100 each, while non-resident motorcycles and bicycles will cost P225 per sticker.

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Pay close attention to the details displayed.

The same AHVA Secretary’s Certificate shows that the replacement sticker rates are at P50 for residents and P100 for non-residents.

AHVA clubhouse update

Meanwhile, the AHVA announced on July 18 that the repair of the village clubhouse locate along Don Jesus Boulevard will be completed next month although no specific date was mentioned. The association announced that its Board of Directors made a decision to allot spaces to service providers that should benefit the residents.

The association officially invited interested parties for the following types of service (with space):

Coffee shop (90 square meters)

Beauty Salon and Barber Shop (70 square meters)

Convenience store (33 square meters)

“The renovated AHV Clubhouse promises an enticing site to relax, socialize and hangout apart from providing security, clinical health and business services,” AHVA president Benjamin Y. Munasque, Jr. wrote.

For the service providers, letters of intent (LOI) with a brief business description are to be submitted to AHVA Village Manager Lanie Rosas BEFORE 5PM of July 31.

For clarifications and inquiries, it is best for you to call the association at phone numbers 850-8254850-9631 and fax number 850-7685. They can be reached by email at ahvainc08@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

2-Year Alabang Hills Passing Thru Vehicular Stickers for Non-Resident Motorists Now Available!

The Alabang Hills Village Association, Inc. (AHVA) announced some more good news for motorists who travel around South Metro Manila. Since July 1, the 2-year Passing Thru Vehicular Stickers for Non-Residents has been made available for motorists and applications are being processed!

Over the counter at the AHVA office today, I was told that the 2-year sticker costs P2,400 each.

When asked as to why there is no indication of 1-year and 2-years on the application form for the Alabang Hills stickers, the AHVA official told me that each applicant who submits the filled-up form and requirements must mention verbally to them if he/she is applying for a 1-year (dated 2019-2020) or a 2-year (2019-2021) sticker.

Do not forget that you must secure an endorsement from your village’s homeowners association (HOA) for your application of AHVA stickers.

For clarifications and inquiries, it is best for you to call the association at phone numbers 850-8254, 850-9631 and fax number 850-7685. They can be reached by email at ahvainc08@yahoo.com

Apply now for the AHVA non-resident stickers while they are still available!

Alabang Hills Pass Thru Vehicular Stickers (1-year) for Non-Residents Now Available!

Here’s a big update for people of South Metro Manila! The Alabang Hills Village Association, Inc. (AHVA) just started processing applications for the 1-year pass thru vehicular stickers for non-resident motorists and already they released the said stickers to the successful applicants.

The fee for the said AHVA stickers (marked with 2019-2020 as the period of validity) is at P1,200 each according to the association’s personnel I talked with over the counter at their office. Application forms (see the pictures below for reference) are available at the AHVA’s office.

Take note of the requirements listed on the form.

For those who are wondering, the 2-year AHVA pass thru vehicular stickers for non-residents are not yet available as of this writing and the association has yet to make a formal announcement as to when such stickers will be made available.

For the San Beda College Alabang (SBCA) students, faculty, campus workers, service providers and the like, the AHVA special pass thru stickers for them will be available on July 20, 2019.

The AHVA also announced that the pass thru stickers dated 2018 shall expire on July 31, 2019.

If you are based in BF Homes, securing Alabang Hills pass thru stickers for your vehicle can be beneficial as it will help you reach the Alabang Town Center, Ayala Alabang Village, Madrigal Business Park, Avida Towers AlabangCommercenterFilinvest City, Festival Mall and Molito through the village and Alabang Zapote Road in case Concha Cruz Drive gets too congested. Passing through Alabang Hills can also help you reach the West Service Road within Muntinlupa’s jurisdiction and along the way you can visit Madison Galeries and other villages.

For your inquiries regarding the vehicular stickers, the processes and requirements to acquire new ones and more, visit the Alabang Hills Village Association’s office along Don Jesus Boulevard inside the village.

You may also call the association at phone numbers 850-8254, 850-9631 and fax number 850-7685. They can be reached by email at ahvainc08@yahoo.com

 

Alabang Hills Update (May 9, 2019)

At Alabang Hills Village, Muntinlupa City today, the stage is finally set for the Alabang Hills Village Association’s (AHVA) schedule Annual General Membership Meeting. The big meeting is set for 2PM of May 12 (Sunday) at the Multi-Purpose Pavilion of the village.

At the clubhouse the AHVA official I talked with said that the agenda of the meeting was not available. In most meetings related to homeowners associations (HOAs) like this, it is expected that the HOA’s board of directors (BOD) and officials will meet with the legitimate members and give them updates about what happened during the past year, how is the association doing financially, how did the association follow the standards of the Housing and Land Use Regulator Board (HLURB) in accordance to Republic Act Number 9904 (RA9904 or the Magna Carta for Homeowners and Homeowners Associations), etc.

And then I saw some other updates on the desk in the AHVA clubhouse. A paper showed that there will be a car registration service for vehicles ending with number 5 on their plates, set for May 11 (no time specified) and applicants are required to bring the valid emission test result.

Last but not least was a new document related to a legal conflict between an association and a private organization.

For transparency, I posted it below. Read and learn.

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My Observations: Summer Swimming Lessons in Alabang Hills Village to Start April 10

The Alabang Hills Village Association, Inc. (AHVA) announced that a series of summer swimming lessons will be held at the Alabang Hills Village (Muntinlupa City) swimming pool starting April 10, 2019.

The program is the result of their partnership with Optimum Sports.

There are four levels of swimming lessons as follows:

Level 1 – Toddlers (3-years-old to 5-years and 11 months old) which is P5,000 good for ten sessions.

Level 2 – Beginners (6-years-old and above) which is P4,500 good for ten sessions.

Level 3 – Advance (6-years-old and above) which is P4,500 good for ten sessions.

Level 4 – Adult (18-years-old and above) which is P4,500 good for ten sessions.

Schedule for all the levels is Tuesday to Saturday 8AM to 10AM and 3PM to 6PM each day.

The pool fee is P750 for residents and P1,000 for non-residents.

To list up, you have to visit the AHVA clubhouse to fill-up and sign the registration form and pay the fees to the cashier.

All inquiries are to be directed to Donnabelle Carabuena at 850-8254 and 850-9631.

These details are sourced from the AHVA March 25, 2019 announcement signed by their director for socials, sports and youth – Cynthia Manalo.