Dingras, Ilocos Norte Emergency Hotline Numbers

Find below the contact details or the emergency hotline numbers of Municipality of Dingras in the province of Ilocos Norte, including phone numbers, mobile numbers, email, website, and Facebook page.

Dingras Municipal Police Station (PNP)
Mobile No.: 0998 598 5032
0915 056 6383
Phone No.: (077) 600 0112
Facebook: Facebook.com/DINGRASMPS
Email: [email protected]
   
Dingras Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
Mobile No.: 0917 184 6811
Phone No.: (077) 600 0112
   
Local Government Unit of Dingras
Address: Dingras, Ilocos Norte, Philippines 2913
Website: dingras.gov.ph
Facebook: Facebook.com/dingrasagbiag
Email: [email protected]
Phone No.: (077) 600 0156
   
Dingras Office of the Mayor
Phone No.: (077) 600 0156
Mobile No.: 0921 972 9998
   
Dingras Municipal Health Office
Phone No.: (077) 600 0116
   
Dingras LGU Covid & Emergency Hotline
Mobile No.: 0981 228 5917
   
Dingras District Hospital (DDH)
Phone No.: (077) 600 3085
   
PrimeWater Dingras
Mobile No.: 0930 729 4080
Phone No.: (077) 600 0442
Facebook: Facebook.com/DingrasPrimeWater
Email: [email protected]
   
Dingras Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (MDRRMO)
Phone No.: (077) 600 5230
Mobile No.: 0928 173 0244
   
Ilocos Norte - Provincial Incidence Response Management
Phone No.: 911
   
Provincial Government of Ilocos Norte
Phone No.: 772-1772
772-2591
Mobile No.: 0917 109 991 (Globe)
0908 810 8602 (Smart)
   
Ilocos Norte - Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (PDRRMC)
Phone No.: 772-1213 (164)
Mobile No.: 0963 859 9555 (Smart)
   
Ilocos Norte - Provincial Health Office
Phone No.: 772-0217
   
Ilocos Norte - Provincial Police Office
Mobile No.: 0966 358 3852 (Globe)
0939 320 7455 (Smart)
   
Ilocos Norte Electric Cooperative (INEC) 24-Hour Central Hotline
Phone No.: 600-4632
Mobile No.: 0917 800 4632 (Globe)
0920 959 4632 (Smart)

About Dingras, Ilocos Norte

Municipality of Dingras is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Ilocos Norte, Philippines.

The town was said to have derived from the names of Ding and Ras. Ding was the son of a chieftain called Naaslag, who ruled the northern part of the river of Dingras. Ras, on the otherhand, was the daughter of Allawigan, the chief of the southern part of the river. At one time, these two chiefs were in perennial war with each other. One day, son Ding defeated the warriors of Allawigan. Ding took ras as his prize from the conquered northern ruler and married her. The union ende the feud between Naaslag and Allawigan. As the two kingdoms merged as one great power in the valley, their place became known henceforth known as Dingras.

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Source(s): ilocosnorte.gov.ph | FB Page of Dingras Local Government Unit | FB Page of Dingras Municipal Police Station | FB Page of PIA Ilocos Norte

Last Update: January 14, 2023