City Government

Alex Lacson Advincula, popularly known as “AA,” represents transparency and accountable governance. He was born on the December 28, 1969 to Leticia Lacson and Anastacio Advincula in Tanzang Luma, Imus Cavite.

He finished his primary education at the Tanzang Luma Elementary School in 1982 and his secondary education at the Imus Institute in 1986. In college, he took up a Bachelor of Science in Criminology degree at De La Salle University–Dasmariñas from 1986 to 1988. In December 2014, he finished his Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Management degree at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines–Open University System.

AA is a former Municipal Councilor, Board Member, and Representative of the Third District of Cavite. During his term as Congressman, Advincula brought progressive programs and projects for the growth and development of Imus. Among these are the establishment of “Ospital ng Imus”, the first public hospital in the City, the construction of the City of Imus Grandstand, and the relocation of the Imus Land Transportation Office into a modern building, making it the second biggest satellite office of the agency.

In 2022, AA won as the City Mayor of Imus for the first time in his political career. Through his five-point agenda, he plans to introduce more programs and projects to further improve the lives of every Imuseño.

Homer Topacio Saquilayan, also known as "Saki," exemplifies a competent leader. He is the oldest of Lorenza Manalaysay Topacio and Ruben Rusit Saquilayan's seven children. He attended the Lyceum of Baguio and the Far Eastern University before earning a degree in Civil Engineering from Manuel L. Quezon University.

Before entering politics, Saquilayan worked at the Cavite Provincial Engineer's Office, Abuljadayel Engineering in Saudi Arabia, and became the Municipal Engineer at the Building Official of Imus.

Saquilayan first ran as Vice Mayor of Imus in 1998; held the position of Mayor of Imus in 2001, 2004, and 2010; and served as the Cavite Provincial Senior Board Member in 2016. He was chosen as the City's Vice Mayor in the 2022 election, working alongside City Mayor Alex "AA" L. Advincula to serve the Imuseños.

Homer Saquilayan currently serves as the Vice Mayor of Imus City Cavite, Ad hoc Committee on Good Governance, Public Ethics, and Accountability.

Hon. Lloyd Emman D. Jaro
Committee on Finance, Budget, and Appropriations
Hon. Lloren Dionela G. Saquilayan
Committee on Social Services, Family, Women, Children, and Elderly
Hon. Larry Boy S. Nato
Committee on Ways and Means, Games and Amusement, Markets and Slaughterhouses, and Franchises
Hon. Jogie Lyn L. Maliksi
Committee on Cooperatives and Culture, Tourism, Peoples, and Non-governmental Organizations’ Accreditation
Hon. Dennis T. Lacson
Committee on Transportation and Communications; Information and Communication Technology
Hon. Darwin Marti M. Remulla
Committee on Land Utilization, Zoning, and Housing; Human Settlement
Hon. Mark Anthony P. Villanueva
Committee on Trade, Commerce, and Industry; Labor, Employment, and Industrial Peace
Hon. Exequiel B. Ropeta
Committee on Agriculture and Livelihood and Agrarian Reforms
Hon. Sherwin L. Comia
Committee on Public Works and Infrastructures; Special Projects
Hon. Peter Emmanuel C. Lara
Committee on Ordinances, Rules, Privileges, and Legal Matters
Hon. Enzo Gaston A. Ferrer
Committee on Health, Nutrition, Population, and Sanitation; Environment Protection and Ecology
Hon. Gregorio Miguel B. Ocampo Jr.
Committee on Education
Hon. David G. Sapitan, Jr. ABC President
Committee on Peace and Order, Public Welfare and Safety and Fire Protection, Human Rights, and Barangay Affairs
Hon. Joshua Sherlhanbert Y. Guinto SK Federation President
Committee on Sports and Youth Development

Adrian Jay Caguicla Advincula, also referred to as “AJ,” was born on October 20, 1993 to Nerissa Caguicla and Alex Advincula.

He finished his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Export Management degree at the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde.

He is a former Imus City Councilor from 2019 to 2022. While serving as Chairman of the Committee on Health and Sanitation in the Fourth Sangguniang Panlungsod, he authored City Ordinance No. 04-136 or "An Ordinance Establishing and Organizing the City of Imus Dialysis Center."

As the current Representative of the Third District of Cavite in the 19th Congress, he was appointed as Assistant Majority Leader. He is also the Vice Chairperson of the Committee on Local Government and a member of committees such as the Committee on Appropriations, Committee on Public Works and Highways, Committee on Health, Committee on Housing and Urban Development, and Committee on Higher and Technical Education.

Shernan Jaro is currently serving as a Board Member of the 3rd District of Cavite.

Ony Cantimbuhan is currently serving as a Board Member of the 3rd District of Cavite.