• slide 1Now open to the public (16+)
  • slide 2Call (340) 715-6825 or 774-2244 to register. Click slide for additional information.
  • slide 3Hotline: (340) 777-VACS (8227).
  • slide 4Click this slide to download the 2021 Curfew Pass Application. Government/Semi-Autonomous Agencies: Jan-March 31st. Private Sector Businesses: March 1st-Jun 1st.
  • slide 5Links for the general public to readily access disaster services following an emergency event.
  • slide 6All hazards approach to emergency management.
  • slide 7The Virgin Islands Fire Service in action: collapsed home.
  • slide 8The Virgin Islands Fire Service in action: car accident.
  • slide 9Every household should have a basic emergency supply kit. Learn how to prepare yours
  • slide 10VI Still Nice.

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NEWS

Many are considered to be safe for swimming or fishing, but the state of the following beaches is unknown: Princess (Condo Row), Protestant Cay, New Fort (Ft. Louise Augusta), Buccaneer, Shoy’s, Chenay Bay, Cramer’s Park, Grapetree Bay and Halfpenny Beach on St. Croix. Morningstar Beach on St. Thomas. Johnson Bay on St. John.
4/16/2021
Not considered to be safe for swimming or fishing: Dorsch Beach on St. Croix.
4/9/2021
The multi-day event will educate volunteers about preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and will train them in basic disaster response such as fire safety, team organization, light search and rescue and disaster medical operations.
4/8/2021

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