• slide 1All hazards approach to emergency management.
  • slide 2The Virgin Islands Fire Service in action: collapsed home.
  • slide 3The Virgin Islands Fire Service in action: car accident.
  • slide 4Every household should have a basic emergency supply kit. Learn how to prepare yours
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AlertVI PTWC Tsunami Information Statement

Notification: 811 PM AST SAT JAN 18 2020 ..NO TSUNAMI THREAT FROM A NEARBY EARTHQUAKE... Evaluation: ---------- * AN EARTHQUAKE WITH A PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 4.8 OCCURRED IN THE VICINITY OF PUERTO RICO AT 806 PM AST ON SATURDAY JANUARY 18 2020. * BASED ON ALL AVAILABLE DATA... THERE IS NO TSUNAMI THREAT TO PUERTO RICO... THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS... OR THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS FROM THIS EARTHQUAKE. * PEOPLE MAY HAVE EXPERIENCED SHAKING FROM THE EARTHQUAKE. Recommended Actions: ------------------- * NO ACTION IS REQUIRED. Impacts: ------- * NO TSUNAMI IMPACTS ARE EXPECTED.

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NEWS

Webinar content: Overview of the NSGP, information on grant program eligibility and allowable costs, and a moderated question and answer session.
1/17/2020
On Wednesday, January 15, the Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency (VITEMA) will continue its Required Monthly Tests (RMTs) of the territory’s Emergency Alert System (EAS).
1/14/2020
As nearby earthquakes continue to impact Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands remain on alert.
1/11/2020

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