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Update: WAPA Crews to Work in Dozens of Areas Over Weekend

WAPA crews installing new utility poles. (Anne Salafia photo)


Across the Virgin Islands Thursday, crews restored service to more than 550 customers. The restoration stands at approximately 59 percent territory-wide. Crews will continue to restore customers in the following areas through the weekend:

  • St. Croix: All for the Better, Anna’s Hope, Barren Spot, Estate Bethlehem / Middle Works, Castle Burke, Catherine’s Rest, Clifton Hill, Coakley Bay, Concordia, Constitution Hill, Cotton Valley, Diamond, Enfield Green, Glynn, Golden Rock, Grapetree Bay, Green Cay, Grove Place, Humbug, Judith’s Fancy, La Grande Princesse, Lorraine Village, Mon Bijou, Mount Pleasant, Mount Welcome, North Slob, North Street, Orange Grove, Paradise, Parara, Peppertree Terrace, Peter’s Rest, Profit Hills, Richmond, Ruby, Shoys, Shoys Pump, Sight, Smithfield, Solitude, South Slob, Southgate, St. Georges, Teague Bay, Tipperary, Turner Hole, Two Brothers, Two Williams, Union and Mount Washington, Upper Bethlehem and Whim.
  • St. Thomas: Annas Retreat, Bakkeroe, Blackbeard’s Hill, Bolongo, Bonne Esperance, Bonne Resolution, Bordeaux, Botany Bay, Bovoni, Contant, Crown & Hawk, Estate Hoffman, Estate Hope, Estate Pearl, Estate Thomas, Fortuna, Frenchman Bay, Frydenhoj, Hidden Valley, Hospital Ground, Jeppesgang, Lerkenlund, Lindbergh Bay, Lytton Fancy, Mandahl, Mariendahl, Nazareth, Norre Gade, Nye Gade, Red Hook Road, Weymouth Rhymer Highway / Donoe, Santa Maria, Sapphire Village, Smith Bay, Solberg, St. Joseph and Rosendahl, Sub Base, Taarneberg, Tabor and Harmony, Tutu, Tutu High Rise I, Water Island, Watergate and Wintberg.
  • St. John: WAPA crews will be working throughout Cruz Bay and Coral Bay.
  • On St. Croix, Thursday, additional customers were restored in Williams Delight, Enfield Green, Upper Love, Grove Place, Calquahoun, Two Brothers, Smithfield, Seven Hills, Tipperary, St. John and Sion Farm.
  • On St. Thomas, crews restored customers in areas including West Caret Bay, Hawk Hill, Flag Hill, Mountain Top, Hull Bay, Solberg, Anna’s Fancy and Old Tutu. On Friday, some customers in East Caret Bay and Peterborg will be restored. Additionally, crews will continue to work to energize businesses in Crown Bay including Tropical Shipping, Crowley, MSI Building Supplies, MSI Interiors and The Sea Chest.
  • On St. John, customers were restored in Guinea Gut, Upper and Lower Carolina, Zootenvaal, Catherineberg and Hard Labor.

    The WAPA Customer Service office on St. John will operate on an abbreviated schedule until further notice. The office will open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Due to Internet connectivity challenges, only checks, certified checks and money orders will be accepted as forms of payment. Customers must provide account numbers in order to process all transactions.

  • Residents are reminded of the need to shut off standby generators when line crews are in their neighborhood restoring electrical service. A standby generator has the potential to back feed electricity to the grid, which poses a severe safety risk to restoration crews.


There are five days of emergency water storage on St. Croix, six days on St. John and eight days on St. Thomas.


Emergency Call Centers operate 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week.

St. Thomas-St. John district, 774-1424; St. Croix district, 773-0150

WAPA telephone contact: St. Thomas-St. John District, 774-3552; St. Croix district, 773-2250

Customer Service Offices operate Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sunny Isle on St. Croix and at Port of Sale Mall on St. Thomas

WAPA website: www.viwapavi / Facebook: Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority

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