The Office of the City Manager in collaboration with the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force are asking all motorists doing business in the Road Town area to park at the Festival Grounds and walk in the city.
The Department of Agriculture wishes to advise residents and visitors to the British Virgin Islands that it is unlawful to import plants and/or plant materials into the Territory without a valid provisional import permit in accordance with the Plant Protection Act (Cap. 93).
Her Majesty’s Customs is inviting all Tortola Pier Park vendors who have been issued operators licenses to visit the department to establish a bond to ensure the importation of goods for sale are duty free. Failure to establish this bond will result in vendors paying importation fees on their goods.
Topic: National Health Insurance | Posted By: kduncan
Wednesday, 16 December 2015 - 5:00pm
The Department of Human Resources will be providing assistance to officers who are not yet registered with the National Health Insurance Program to ensure that all public officers are registered by December 31.
The Water and Sewerage Department is informing customers in the Road Town area from the Festival Grounds site to Craft Alive that their water service has been interrupted. The interruption is due to a broken line that occurred last evening in the area of Scotia Bank that is being repaired today.