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Monday, September 26, 2022


Update: Ancilmo D. Marshall Command Police Station Now Open to the Public

Effective Wednesday, the Ancilmo D. Marshall Command (Zone C) Police Station is open to serve the public.

VIPD Records Bureau on St. John Temporarily Closed for Training

The Virgin Islands Police Department Records Bureau on St. John will be closed on Thursday and Friday to train the Records Specialists on the ERP system. This training will allow the specialist to reconcile at the end of the day through the system.

Viya Announces Scheduled Network Update

Viya, the leading telecommunications provider in the Virgin Islands, announces that there will be a scheduled network upgrade that will affect internet, telephone, and cable TV service for certain customers in St. Thomas on Wednesday. This network upgrade will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. Customers in the following...

WAPA Notifies Public of Restoration of all Primary Feeders.

There are small pockets throughout the territory that are still impacted by storm damage.

DPW Is Doing Road Repairs on Section of Monster Hill.

This project is specifically located on Monster Hill between Hideaway Road and Crown Mountain Road.

DPW to Finish Replacing Traffic Lights at Intersection of Raadet’s Gade/ Veterans Drive by early October.

This project is scheduled to begin on Thursday, Sept. 15.

The VIPD Fingerprinting Department Will Have Modified Hours on St. Croix

The VIPD Records Bureau, on St. Croix, will have altered hours for the Fingerprinting Department.

VIWMA Closes Long Bay Pump Station Temporarily.

Effective immediately, the station will discontinue receiving sludge, grease and septic material. The authority is conducting clean-up procedures to bring this station back online.

Work to Start Sept. 2 on Krum Bay Dock on St. Thomas

Work is scheduled to begin Friday, Sept. 2 on the Krum Bay-Water Island dock in Sub Base on St. Thomas, the Department of Public Works announced Friday.

Fire Service Lifts Territorial Burn Ban

The Virgin Islands Fire and Emergency Medical Services has lifted its territorial burn ban that was implemented on June 14 due to drought conditions.

DPW to Begin Work on Disaster Recovery Project on Smith Bay Road Aug. 24.

Disaster Recovery Project: Smith Bay Road on St. Thomas Date: Wednesday, Aug. 24 through September 30 Hours of Work: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Project Cost: $681,418.10 Summary: The Department of Public Works is informing the community of a disaster recovery project scheduled to begin this Wednesday, Aug. 24, in the Smith Bay...

DPW Reminds Public to Never Park Cars in VITRAN Bus Stops.

The Department of Public Works appreciates the community's understanding.

UPDATE: Missing St. Croix Man with Alzheimer’s Has Been Found

The V.I. Police Department announced Monday morning that they have found 83-year-old Rawleigh A. Forbes, who was reported missing by his wife on Sunday at around 4:45 p.m., from their residence at Golden Rock 1E Community in Christiansted.

DLCA St. Thomas Closes Until Further Notice

The staff will continue to work virtually. Also, DLCA encourages clients to utilize its online website to apply for a new/renewal business license or file a consumer complaint.

St. Croix Elections System Office Closure

Supervisor of Elections Caroline F. Fawkes is announcing the office closure of the St. Croix Elections office on Friday, July 8, 2022, for a staff training.

DPW to Begin Roadwork June 20 on George Mena Scenic Drive in Hull Bay.

Motorists and pedestrians are urged to traverse this area with caution.

UPDATED WAPA ALERT: Electrical Service Rotation Ends on St. Thomas

The Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority advise the following electrical service rotation will be in effect until further notice.

Road Work Scheduled to Begin on New Tutu and Contant Neighborhood Roads on June 5.

DPW’s contractors are scheduled to mobilize on Monster Hill starting June 5

VITRAN Passengers Are Encouraged to Follow CDC Recommendation to Continue to Wear Masks.

The department appreciates the community's patience and understanding.

DLCA Resumes Normal Operating Hours

The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs (DLCA) Commissioner, Richard T. Evangelista, Esq., informs the public that the department has resumed its regular operating hours from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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