The public is asked to telephone the following hotlines to report damages caused by the Tropical Wave on August 7.
The Territory’s residents are urged to apply safety measures to ensure water quality following the impact of a flood.
The residents of Virgin Gorda are informed that there will be no public water service on Lee Road from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 25.
The Water and Sewerage Department is advising customers of a water rationingscheduleto affect some areas in the Territory.
The public is informed that works to install sewer force main pipes from Fine Foods Supermarket to the Long Swamp Bridge (near the East End Police Station) continue on Monday, May 8.
The Cane Garden Bay Revetment Project was launched with a literal splash as a symbolic “first” rock was dropped into the ocean at the site of the proposed revetment.
The execution strategies for the sewerage main upgrade on the Waterfront Drive is being reconsidered following a meeting with business owners and residents.
Residents of McNamara to Fort Burt are invited to a community meeting on Thursday, April 6 at 5:00 p.m. in the Fort Burt Hotel conference room.
The Water and Sewerage Department opened the doors of the Burt Point Treatment Plant to the public in commemoration of World Water Day observed on March 22.
Residents of the BVI are encouraged to conserve water as the Territory prepares to observe World Water Day on Wednesday, March 22.