1. Implement national, provincial and municipal policies, laws and regulations on planning and natural resources; fulfill the duties of the owner of natural resources assets owned by all people, such as land, minerals, forests, wetlands, waters and oceans, and control the use of all land and space.
2. Investigate, monitor and evaluate natural resources within its jurisdiction; mediate major disputes over the ownership of natural resources within its jurisdiction; rationally develop and utilize natural resources assets, and monitor the assets market within its jurisdiction.
3. Be responsible for the paid use of natural resources assets and manage value assessment within its jurisdiction; compile and supervise the implementation of land and space planning, detailed planning and related special planning within its jurisdiction.
4. Draft and implement annual plans for the use of natural resources such as land within its jurisdiction; manage the application and approval for the conversion of use of land and land supply.
5. Be responsible for land ecological restoration within its jurisdiction; prevent and control geological disasters within its jurisdiction; manage mineral resources within its jurisdiction.
6. Administer the development of the marine economy, the overall protection and use of coastal zones, the use of waters and the protection and use of islands.
7. Compile and organize efforts to implement plans for forestry development and forest land protection and use and administer the forestry industry within its jurisdiction.
8. Administer the fishery industry and the construction of fishing ports.
9. Administer place names and the planning of historic preservation areas, outstanding historic buildings and historical relics.
10. Investigate and rectify illegal practices in mapping, geological minerals and place names.
Monitor and administer production safety in planning and natural resources.
11. Undertake other work assigned by the municipal bureau and support related work of the district government.