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From the Commissioner of Tourism

 

For information on debris removal from private properties, see this flyer.

 

Curfew Changes Effective Wednesday, October 11 until further notice

St. Croix: Curfew in effect from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m.

St. Thomas, St. John, Water Island: Curfew in effect from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.

 

10/16/17 Government House news release:
GOVERNOR MAPP EXPRESSES CONDOLENCES ON DEATH OF FEMA OUTREACH WORKER

 

10/16/17 Government House news release:
GOVERNOR MAPP CREATES HURRICANE AND RESILIENCY ADVISORY GROUP TO GUIDE RECONSTRUCTION EFFORTS

 

10/14/17 Government House news release:
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS TO MAKE HEADWAY ON POWER RESTORATION

 

10/12/17 Government House news release:
GOVERNOR MAPP ASKS CONGRESS FOR $5.5 MILLION

10/11/17 Department of Tourism news release:
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS FOLLOWING SEPTEMBER STORMS

 

10/11/17 Government House news release:
STUDENTS HEAD BACK TO SCHOOL, SENSE OF NORMALCY RETURNING TO THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

 

10/10/17 Government House news release:
STEPHENSON FAMILY DONATES $5 MILLION FOR USVI HURRICANE RELIEF
 

10/05/17 Government House news release:
U.S. Virgin Islands ready to welcome Vice President Pence
 

10/05/17 Government House news release:
U.S. Virgin Islands, federal partners make headway on power restoration

10/04/17 Government House news release:
Governor Mapp talks recovery with President Trump

10/03/17 Government House news release:
Governor Mapp to meet President Trump on Navy vessel

 

10/02/17 Department of Tourism news release:
U.S. Virgin Islands thanks cruise and airline partners for hurricane relief


9/30/17 Government House news release:
Vice President Pence to visit U.S. Virgin Islands Friday

 

9/29/17 Government House news release:
U.S. Virgin Islands under flood watch

 

9/29/17 Government House news release:
Commercial flights resume in St. Thomas

 

9/28/17 Government House news release:
President Trump to visit U.S. Virgin Islands

 

9/27/17 Government House news release:
Royal Caribbean Cruises to help transport residents in need to the mainland