Burn Notice Issued By The Government (Turns Out We All Got Burned in the Last Election Cycle)
CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The temporary ban on burning for the St. Thomas-St. John district will end on Monday, according to the Virgin Islands Fire Service.
The Fire Service said people who need permission to burn are urged to contact their area fire station so that fire personnel can conduct a visual inspection of the property to grant authorization.
Once authorization is given, applicants are urged to acquire a valid burn permit before any burning is conducted, the service said.
All burn permits can be purchased at the main business office located at No. 3800 Crown Bay, Suite 201. Office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m-ish.