- The Government of Dominica reports that electricity has been restored to approximately 55% of the island, water to 50%, and telephone service to 50%.- Roadways and bridges have sustained major damage. Most of the west coast is reachable up to Roseau to Mero, Roseau to Champaigne and Loubiere to Bellevue in the South, South West and from Roseau through Antrim to Pond Casse through Formel to Castle Bruce through Kalinago Territory to Marigot through to Portsmouth.
The U.S. Embassy reminds U.S. citizens of the following information:
- U.S. citizens wishing to leave Dominica and take flights from neighboring islands should contact Whitchurch Travel in Roseau (767-255-1127) regarding ferry service to Martinique, Guadeloupe, and St. Lucia.
- The U.S. Embassy stands ready to facilitate communication between U.S. citizens in Dominica and family and friends in the U.S. Please email us at BridgetownACS@state.gov or call 246-227-4000.
- Please continue to monitor local news outlets for information, including DBS Radio on 88.1 (Roseau), 104.1 (Portsmouth), 103.5 (Marigot and Grand Bay), and 103.1 (Petite Soufriere).- The emergency number in Dominica is 999.
After hours, in case of emergency, a duty officer can be reached by calling the Embassy switchboard at (246) 227-4000 ext. 2210 to speak to the Marine security guard on duty.