Mayor of Quezon City
|Mayor of Quezon City|
Seal of the City of Quezon
|Appointer||Elected via popular vote|
|Term length||3 years|
|Inaugural holder||Tomas B. Morato|
|Website||Office of the Mayor of Quezon City|
Like all local government heads in the Philippines, the mayor is elected via popular vote, and may not be elected for a fourth consecutive term (although the former mayor may return to office after an interval of one term). In case of death, resignation or incapacity, the vice mayor becomes the mayor.
|Mayor||Starting Date||Ending Date||Vice-Mayor|
|Tomas B. Morato||October 12, 1939[a]||July 19, 1942[b]||Vicente Fragante (1939)
Ponciano A. Bernardo (1939-1942)
|Ponciano A. Bernardo||January 1, 1947||April 28, 1949[c]||Matias Defensor (1946-1948)
Gregorio B. Roxas (1948-1949)
|Nicanor A. Roxas[d]||April 28, 1949||January 6, 1950||Gregorio B. Roxas (1949)
Francisco P. Batacan (1949-1950)
|Ignacio Santos Diaz||January 6, 1950||December 31, 1953||Francisco P. Batacan (1950)
Luis Sianghio (1950-1953)
|Norberto S. Amoranto||January 1, 1954||March 31, 1976[e]||Ysidro Guevarra (1954-1959)
Vicente O. Novales (1960-1963)
Mariano Sta. Romana (1964-1967)
Ismael A. Mathay, Jr. (1968-1971)
Carlos Albert (1972-1975)
Ronald Kookooritchin (1975-1976)
|Adelina S. Rodriguez||March 31, 1976||April 14, 1986[e]||Stephen Sarino|
|Brigido R. Simon, Jr.[d]||April 14, 1986||December 1, 1987[e]||Stephen Sarino (1986)
Elmer Pormento (1986-1987)
|Reynaldo Bernardo[d]||December 5, 1987||December 7, 1987[f]||Elmer Pormento|
|Elmer Pormento[d]||December 7, 1987||January 29, 1988[f]||Amado Zabala|
|Leoncio De Perio[d]||January 29, 1988||February 2, 1988||Amado Zabala|
|Brigido R. Simon, Jr.||February 2, 1988||June 30, 1992||Vicente Sotto III (1988-1992)
Alicia Herrera (1992)
|Ismael A. Mathay, Jr.||June 30, 1992||June 30, 2001||Charito L. Planas (1992-1995)|
|Herbert Bautista (1995-1998)|
|Jorge L. Banal (1998)|
|Fe Consuelo "Connie" S. Angeles (1998-2001)|
|Feliciano Belmonte, Jr.||June 30, 2001||June 30, 2010||Herbert Bautista|
|Herbert Bautista||June 30, 2010||present||Josefina "Joy" Belmonte-Alimurung|
a Appointed ad interim mayor of by President Manuel L. Quezon effective October 23, 1939, but his appointment paper as signed by Quezon on November 10, 1939 showed the affectivity date from October 12, 1939.
b Arrested by the Japanese forces during their occupation.
c Died in office.
d Served in an acting capacity.
f Dismissed by the Department of the Interior and Local Government.
- Sangguniang Panlungsod of Quezon City
- "QC: A Saga of Continuing Progress". Quezonian Newsletter. Quezon City Public Library. 2007. Retrieved 2013-05-07.