has officially been one month since Hurricane Dorian made landfall in
The Bahamas and Grand Bahama has managed to resurface and float back to
slight normality. Communities from West to East have been smiled upon by
outpouring of donations from large companies to small independent
wants to make it our priority to keep you informed and up to date on
everything happening in Grand Bahama. We are highlighting which
businesses we know are open, and we are providing daily updates on our
facebook pages with relevant news to recovery.
will be working on preparing the same update for the islands of Abaco,
so please email us back with any information you may have.
Grand Bahama Power Company
are aware that some customers have remediated their homes and are still
without meters. Our crews continue to work to safely return meters to
customers as swiftly as possible.
GBPC crews continue to work in a number of areas to restore power to all remaining customers who have been cleared by GBPA.
appreciates your continued patience as we work safely and efficiently
to address each issue/home one at a time which takes longer than usual.
your meter has not been pulled and you are still without power, please
report your isolated outage to our 24-hour hotline at 352-8411.
Grand Bahama Port Authority
wish to encourage our customers to utilize the water services within
their homes and businesses which will help to discard the salt water
more quickly. Please note that water services are being provided free of
charge until October 15th 2019.
Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation Receives Largest Single Donation of In-Kind Relief from Amazon
Bahamas – On Monday the 23rd of September, two Amazon Air flights
loaded with hurricane relief supplies landed at the Grand Bahama
International Airport - the latest in a series of aid drops benefitting
the Grand Bahama Disaster Relief Foundation (GBDRF). Through its network
of local and international donors, the GBDRF has already overseen the
import and distribution of hundreds of thousands of dollars in relief
aid to the Grand Bahama community. Now, the foundation has incredible
assistance from Amazon, receiving its largest single private donation of
in-kind relief through Amazon’s Disaster Relief program.