ODR Releases 5 Year Timeline for Recovery Projects
The Virgin Islands Office of Disaster Recovery has issued a comprehensive 80-page report outlining a framework for the completion of over 300 critical recovery capital projects totaling more than $7 billion through the end of 2026.
Spring Revenue Estimating Conference Reports Positive Outlook
According to presentations from 21 revenue-generating GVI agencies, autonomous entities and, for the first time the Chambers of Commerce from both districts, the financial outlook for the U.S. Virgin Islands is stable and growing, with revenues on par with, or better than, pre-COVID levels.
Progress Accelerates on Energy, Education Projects in U.S. Virgin Islands
Collaboration between FEMA and the territory toward strengthening a culture of resilience led to the approval of $14.5 million toward permanent work in February to support recovery projects from the 2017 hurricanes.
The website for the Office of Disaster Recovery was first launched in August 2019 just six months after the office opened in February. The site has seen several changes since its inception. Today you are seeing what has been in development for several months, and we are excited about the new updates. Everyone on our team, serving in their capacities, has worked to see these additions to completion.
The Virgin Islands Office of Disaster Recovery’s Priority Projects Page provides the status of critical infrastructure projects across the Territory and establishes a continuous point of information to the general public.