Irosin has proven that a good and orderly mix of local government authorities and people’s support and participation can make a difference. The municipality is more than capable of staying ahead. In barely three years after the implementation of the Local Government Code that provided greater local autonomy to local government units, Irosin was elevated to fourth class municipality status. The municipality has earned three Galing Pook Awards for best local government programs namely the Integrated Area Development Program, Agrarian Reform Community Development Program and the Inter-Barangay Environment Development Program. These three programs had qualified the municipality for the Galing Pook Hall Fame.

Irosin consistently obtained CROWN Award or Consistent Regional Winner in Nutrition and the Hall of Honor Award was selected at the national level as the Most Child Friendly Municipality in 2001. On environment management, the town has consistently won the “Gawad Pangulo sa Kapaligiran” and was given the Saringgaya Awards of DENR for local government category.

In 2011, the municipality is a recipient of the DILG Seal of Good Housekeeping Award affirming good practices in internal housekeeping particularly on Good Planning, Sound Fiscal Management, Transparency and Accountability, and Valuing of Performance Monitoring.