The project’s contractor recently began milling on Hill Street in downtown Frederiksted.
Water customers in several areas on St. Croix are experiencing a service interruption as a result of a ruptured watermain along Paradise Road. Waterlines in the immediate area have been depressurized to minimize water loss. Water System maintenance crews are mobilizing to commence repairs. Until repairs are completed, and the...
WAPA Line Department Crews Continue to Address Isolated Electrical Service Interruptions in More Areas.
The outages stem from overnight inclement weather which impacted the electric grid.
Crews are now addressing outages in the following areas: Anna’s Hope, Shoys, Hill Street, Cotton Grove, Hard Labor, Hope and Carton, North Slob and Canaan.
Motorists are urged to avoid this area while construction is in progress.
it will be providing limited services territory-wide from Sept. 30 to Oct. 12,
Customers may contact the St. Thomas/St. John office at 714-3522 or use the employee directory on the DLCA website to reach a staff member.
Both offices will reopen at 8 a.m., Monday, Sept. 20.
Special Education students in self-contained classrooms attending in-person classes are not affected and will continue to receive school bus service.
This project is expected to improve capacity, reliability, resiliency and increase the performance of the existing communication network.
Motorists can expect delays this week due to partial road closures while work is happening at the following locations.
This has resulted in the page not updating with the most recent information about schools returning to virtual learning on Aug. 9.
The Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs (DLCA) informs the public that the Office of Boards and Commissions on St. Thomas and St. Croix will be closed more than two weeks.
The Division of Environmental Enforcement located in Anna’s Hope on St. Croix will close at noon starting on June 29.
This project is expected to improve capacity, reliability, resiliency and increase performance of the existing communication network.
The executive management of Limetree Bay sincerely apologizes for any impact to the public.
The Department of Education will provide an update on the status of the schools when more information is known about the origins of the odor.