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  • slide 2Hotline: (340) 777-VACS (8227).
  • slide 3Click this slide to download the 2021 Curfew Pass Application. Government/Semi-Autonomous Agencies: Jan-March 31st. Private Sector Businesses: March 1st-Jun 1st.
  • slide 4VITEMA and partners invite you to fill a survey to research the 2020 Hurricane Season.
  • slide 5Links for the general public to readily access disaster services following an emergency event.
  • slide 6Covid-19 Path to a New Normal.
  • slide 7All hazards approach to emergency management.
  • slide 8The Virgin Islands Fire Service in action: collapsed home.
  • slide 9The Virgin Islands Fire Service in action: car accident.
  • slide 10Every household should have a basic emergency supply kit. Learn how to prepare yours
  • slide 11VI Still Nice.

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NEWS

All beaches are considered safe for swimming or fishing, except for St. Croix beaches (water quality untested, unknown quality).
2/19/2021
Not considered to be safe for swimming or fishing: Great Cruz Bay on St. John. Please note: Samples were not collected at the following beaches: All beaches on St. Croix, Honeymoon Beach on Water Island, and Morningstar on St. Thomas. Therefore, the water quality at these beaches is unknown.
2/12/2021
Not considered to be safe for swimming or fishing: Great Cruz Bay on St. John.
2/5/2021

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