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1992 – Marks the beginning of the rapid growth and progressive era of Pasig City with Vicente Eusebio as mayor.

- Ortigas Center experienced a rapid rate of development. Public school buildings begin to flourish in almost every barangay from elementary to high school.

1994 July 2 – The townspeople celebrate the Araw ng Pasig for the first time.

December 8 – The municipality of Pasig officially becomes a city.

1995– Trina Belamide’s “Tell The World of His Love” is chosen as official hymn of the World Youth Day held in Manila during Pope John Paul II’s pastoral visit.

Concerned parishioners hold rallies and demonstrations against the new parish pastor of Pasig for the abuse of authority, refusal to dialogue and wanton destructions of historical structures which have been saved in the last war.

1988 – The City Government embarked on the construction of socialized and low-cost MRB housing projects for its homeless and landless residents.

2000 – The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig was inaugurated.

2001 – Mrs. Soledad C. Eusebio is elected the first woman mayor of Pasig City with Ms. Lorna A. Bernardo as vice mayor.

- Pasig City General Hospital opens.

- Dean Carlos Tech, the foremost historian of Pasig dies at the age of 80.

2001 September 7– The Archdiocese of Manila declares Pasig as one of its ecclesiastical Districts with Bishop Nestor C. Carino, D.D as its bishop in residence.

2003 August 21 – The Canonical Erection of the Diocese of Pasig and the installation of its first bishop, Most Reverend Francisco San Diego.

2004 – Vicente P. Eusebio is elected as mayor and a new 8-storey city hall is built to serve the expanding services of the city.

2006 – The city ranks 2nd among the cities in the country in terms of gross revenues.

2007 – Robert C. Eusebio is elected mayor of Pasig1992 – Marks the beginning of the rapid growth and progressive era of Pasig City with Vicente Eusebio as mayor.

- Ortigas Center experienced a rapid rate of development. Public school buildings begin to flourish in almost every barangay from elementary to high school.

1994 July 2 – The townspeople celebrate the Araw ng Pasig for the first time.

December 8 – The municipality of Pasig officially becomes a city.

1995 – Trina Belamide’s “Tell The World of His Love” is chosen as official hymn of the World Youth Day held in Manila during Pope John Paul II’s pastoral visit.

Concerned parishioners hold rallies and demonstrations against the new parish pastor of Pasig for the abuse of authority, refusal to dialogue and wanton destructions of historical structures which have been saved in the last war.

1988 – The City Government embarked on the construction of socialized and low-cost MRB housing projects for its homeless and landless residents.

2000 – The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig was inaugurated.

2001 – Mrs. Soledad C. Eusebio is elected the first woman mayor of Pasig City with Ms. Lorna A. Bernardo as vice mayor.

- Pasig City General Hospital opens.

- Dean Carlos Tech, the foremost historian of Pasig dies at the age of 80.

2001 September 7 – The Archdiocese of Manila declares Pasig as one of its ecclesiastical Districts with Bishop Nestor C. Carino, D.D as its bishop in residence.

2003 August 21 – The Canonical Erection of the Diocese of Pasig and the installation of its first bishop, Most Reverend Francisco San Diego.

2004 – Vicente P. Eusebio is elected as mayor and a new 8-storey city hall is built to serve the expanding services of the city.

2006 – The city ranks 2nd among the cities in the country in terms of gross revenues.

2007 – Robert C. Eusebio is elected mayor of Pasig