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Land Line Calls:
Dial 911

Cellular Phone Calls:
– St. Croix:
(340) 772-9111
– St. Thomas / St. John:
(340) 776-9110

US Virgin Islands Radio Stations

  • WDHP 1620 AM
  • WGOD 98 FM
  • WJKC 95.1 FM
  • WLDV 107.9 FM
  • WMNG 104.9 FM
  • WMYP 98.3 (Latino)
  • WRRA 1290 AM
  • WSTA 1340 AM
  • WSTX 970 AM
  • WTJX 93.1 FM
  • WVIQ 99.5 FM
  • WVVI 93.5 FM
  • WVWI 1000 AM

This list is not intended to be exhaustive. You may search the web to find more USVI Radio Stations or visit Wikipedia.

Air and sea ports of the United States Virgin Islands are administered by its Port Authority. During storm season, passenger and cargo vessels may operate under reduced schedules and flights may be delayed or cancelled.

Monitor official sources for forecasts. Be prepared to move well in advance of approaching weather and follow @USVIPORTS on Facebook for breaking port updates



Disaster Shelter
The United States Virgin Islands Department of Human Services (DHS) identifies and manages shelters in times of disaster. Residents are advised to use shelters in closest proximity to their homes. For storm season, DHS provides related updates and notice to the public approximately 48 hours in advance. Follow advisories and pack a kit to be ready.

Follow @USVIDHS on Facebook for breaking news.



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USVI Television Stations

This is not intended to be an exhaustive list. Visit USVI cable provider Viya for a listing of all available television stations, or consult your satellite guide.

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When it comes to Disaster Preparedness, the Hurricane Season (June 1st to November 30th) commands a lot of our attention. However, it is not only storms that interrupt life and business. On any given day, you could find yourself in need of a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP).

Events that can affect your home or business: power outages, civic disturbances, tsunamis, earthquakes, tropical storms, flooding, fuel leaks, network intrusions, broken communication lines, fires, and equipment failures.

A key part of every recovery plan is backing up your files. To learn more, visit the World Backup Day page, and take the pledge to secure your business and personal data!

We hope you will find these 6 tips useful as you create your own Disaster Recovery Plan:

  1. Create a Plan that anticipates a variety of events that can disrupt your routines, life and business.
  2. Assign Roles to each person. Everyone should feel involved.
  3. Practice Drills so everyone will know what to do first and next.
  4. Take Action right away by activating the Disaster Recovery Plan when needed.
  5. Allow Self-Care so you can cope during times of increased stress.
  6. Lessons Learned once you review your response to make you stronger!

Download all 6 tips included in Disaster Recovery – 6 Keys to Navigating the Unexpected (PDF) and access even more resources below!