As part of the political jurisdiction of said barangays, MaCEA has maintained close ties with barangay officials and nurtured harmonious working relations with them.
Bel-Air and San Lorenzo have lent the Association a hand with traffic, road lighting, and road maintenance. In the year under review, the two barangays undertook asphalt overlay work on nearly 18,000 sqm of roads—12,320 sqm on Valero St. in Salcedo Village by Brgy. Bel-Air, completed in September; and 5640 sqm on Gallardo, De la Rosa and Esteban Sts. in Legazpi Village by Brgy. Legazpi Village, finished in October.
The two barangays continue to use MaCEA parks for their thriving weekend markets—Jaime Velasquez Park by Brgy. Bel-Air on Saturdays, the Legazpi Car Park by Brgy. San Lorenzo on Sundays. Both weekend bazaars have succeeded in growing their respective bases of loyal vendors and shoppers and proven themselves profitable commercial enterprises.
Brgy. San Lorenzo provided a venue for activities of the MMDA and the Makati Department of Emergency Services, and in December dressed up the Active Park with the spirit of the season by illuminating it with Christmas lights.
On the other hand, Brgy. Bel-Air occasionally makes use of the Jaime Velasquez Park as the venue for its cultural and fund-raising activities.