V.I. Fire Services Issues ‘Temporary Burn Ban’ For St. Croix … It Starts Today
CHRISTIANSTED — The Virgin Islands Fire Service issued a “temporary burn ban” for the island of St. Croix which goes into effect today.
“The public is reminded that all previously issued permits are hereby revoked until further notice,” the VIFS said.
The Fire Service, which operates under the aegis of the governor’s office, said that it “will make adjustments to the remaining time on permits that are in effect.”
“However, no new burning permits will be issued until the ban is lifted,” VIFS said.
Residents and businesses can contact the Arson Investigation and Prevention Unit at (340) 773-8050 for additional information.