Motorists can expect delays this week due to partial road closures while work is happening at the following locations.
Road Work Continues in Many Areas on Fiber-Optic Cable Deployment to Interconnect Existing Cell Sites, Oct. 18-23.
Roads will be partially closed for safety reasons. No parking will be allowed during project working hours.
The Department of Planning and Natural Resources' new offices are now open in the building that houses VIYA at Tutu Park Mall on St. Thomas. DPNR Commissioner Jean-Pierre L. Oriol said in a news release on Thursday that the offices will be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to...
The Virgin Islands Fire Service's Prevention and Administrative offices on St. John have been temporarily relocated to the office of Sen. Steven Payne Jr. until further notice, the agency announced Tuesday. Operating hours remain 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, the Fire Service said. For additional information, call 340-201-2609,...
The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs office at the Property & Procurement Building at 8201 Sub Base, Suite 1, St. Thomas is closed effective Sept. 7 to allow for sanitization and deep cleaning of the facility, per the Centers for Disease Control and V.I. Health Department guidelines to...
Due to a reported positive COVID-19 case, the VIEDA office in the St. Thomas-St. John district will be closed until further notice.
Taxpayers needing cashier services are asked to visit the Red Hook office for assistance.
One lane of the Cyril E. King Airport (CEKA) access road will be temporarily closed at 6 p.m., Monday, Aug. 9. It will reopen at 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 10
DLCA shall advise the public when normal office hours resume.
This has resulted in the page not updating with the most recent information about schools returning to virtual learning on Aug. 9.
The department is urging motorists and pedestrians to adhere to all traffic controls and traverse with caution.
At 1:10 p.m. Sunday, the V.I. Water and Power Authority announced a major electrical service interruption affecting all customers in the St. Thomas-St. John district following the loss of generation capacity at the Randolph Harley Power Plant.
Fishers can still submit catch reports in the drop box at Red Hook or at the Gustave A. Quetel Fish Market in Frenchtown.
Motorists can expect delays due to partial road closures and lane closures. Please exercise caution when traveling in these locations.
Road Work: Installing Fiber Optic Cables at Harwood Hwy., Veterans Drive, Sugar Estate Rd., Weymouth Hwy.
Fiber Optic Cable Deployment Project, St. Thomas, is scheuduled for May 31 through June 30.