The city intends to expand the Roxas Night Market
During the I-Speak Media forum on Thursday, DAVAO City Economic Enterprises Officer-In-Charge Maximo Macalipes Jr. stated that they are currently looking into expanding Roxas Night Market up to the corner of Quezon Boulevard.
The city intends to expand the Roxas Night Market

"Gusto man gyud namo nga hangtod Quezon Boulevard kay mao naman gud na karon daghan na gusto maninda kay again gusto na mubalik sa normal." "We want to extend it up to Quezon Boulevard to accommodate more vendors, and more vendors want to go sell goods again because they want to go back to normal," Macalipes said.


He stated that the planned expansion would help vendors earn a living. The Roxas Night Market, which had previously been closed due to the pandemic, reopened on March 24, 2022, and has since generated revenue for the city.

According to CEE data, the Roxas Night Market has already earned P2,168,490 from March 24, 2022 to July 20, 2022.

The night market, along with the Rizal Park Massage Therapy and the SP Concessionaire's Building, is one of the city's special projects.

According to Macalipes, the CEE is a member of the Tiangge Sa Katawhan, which includes the City Treasurer's Office and the City Traffic and Transport Management Office (CTTMO). The CEE's role is to run raffles and issue payment orders to vendors.

The CEE oversees the city's revenue-generating units, which include public markets, public cemeteries, the Davao City Crematorium, a slaughterhouse, rental spaces at the Davao City Overland Transport Terminal, Magsaysay Park, and the Davao City Recreation Center (also known as Almendras Gym)

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