Pasir Gudang Municipal Council

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Majlis Perbandaran Pasir Gudang or Pasir Gudang Municipal Council (MPPG) is a local authority which administrates Pasir Gudang and other areas of the Iskandar Malaysia area. This agency is under Johor state government. MPPG are responsible for public health and sanitation, waste removal and management, town planning, environmental protection and building control, social and economic development and general maintenance functions of urban infrastructure. The MPPG main headquarters is located at Pasir Gudang.

History[edit]

MPPG Logo (until 2010)

Formerly known as Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan Pasir Gudang (PBTPG) (Pasir Gudang Local Authority) a subsidiary of Johor Corporation (JCorp). It is the first local authority in Malaysia that was privatised, although Johor Corporation is the investment arm of the Johor State Government. This agency was granted municipal status on 2 August 2010.

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Departments[edit]

  • Finance & Administration (Kewangan & Pentadbiran)
  • Corporate & Public Relations (Korporat & Perhubungan Awam)
  • Treasury (Perbendaharaan)
  • Contract & Quantity Survey (Kontrak & Ukur Bahan)
  • Enforcement (Penguatkuasaan)
  • Urban Services (Perkhidmatan Bandar)
  • Information Technology (Teknologi Maklumat)
  • Building (Bangunan)
  • Engineering (Kejuruteraan)
  • Social & Community (Kemasyarakatan)
  • Management Services (Khidmat Pengurusan)
  • Property Management (Pengurusan Harta)
  • Valuation (Penilaian)
  • Urban Planning (Perancangan Bandar)

Administration areas (Zone)[edit]

  • Pasir Gudang Parliament Constitution
  1. Air Biru 1
  2. Air Biru 2
  3. Air Biru 3
  4. Mawar
  5. Dahlia
  6. Cendana
  7. Nusa Damai
  8. Taman Scientex
  9. Flora Heights
  • Tebrau Parliament Constitution
  1. Pasir Putih
  2. Tanjung Puteri Resort
  3. Kota Masai 1
  4. Kota Masai 2
  5. Kota Masai 3
  6. Kopok
  7. Cahaya Baru
  8. Kong-Kong
  9. Air Putih
  10. Sungai Tiram

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