The Municipality of Pura is a fourth class municipality found at the northeastern side of Tarlac Province abutting the municipality of Guimba in the Province of Nueva Ecija. As its name implies, everything in here is pure and natural. It is a growing community located in the mid-northern part of Central Luzon’s extensive central plains.
It is within the cross road of three major thoroughfares, the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway, the Gerona-Guimba Road and the East-West Coast Road (Dingalan-Lingayen Highway) which brings a great deal for economic growth. Along with this, PURA is envisioned to be a sustainable community characterized by a mix of land uses that combines utility and aesthetics that gives an ambience that soothes the spirit, invites high productivity, and encourages healthy living.
We encourage everyone to visit and witness the pureness of our municipality. Come and enjoy the beauty of our place and experience our “Puranian” cordiality.
James Howell in his proverb said “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, this enabled the LGU Employees, PNP and BFP personnel to come out of their shell for a while and enjoyed the Floral themed year-end party of the LGU. The event held at the newly constructed evacuation center was joined by some of the retired employees of the LGU and former heads of attached agencies.
For the second time, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has conferred to the LGU its most prestigious award for local government units which echo DILG’s mantra: Matino, Mahusay at Maaasahan, the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG).
A three (3) million worth project subsidized by the DILG-Perfromance Challenge Fund was entrusted to the Local Government Unit by the Department of Interior and Local Government represented by the DILG Provincial Director Belina T. Herman together with Provincial Cluster Head Mr. Ener Cambronero. PD Yen lauded the LGU for coming up with a very good project, sustainable and beneficial. Accordingly, said grant was conferred to the LGU being a recipient of the most prestigious award for local government units, the Seal of Good Local Governance (SGLG),