JIC Recovery Release No. 24 - GPA Update; GPD Update; Road Safety for Traffic Control Point


JIC Recovery Release No. 24 - GPA Update; GPD Update; Road Safety for Traffic Control Point

GPA Update:

The Guam Power Authority (GPA) continues its restoration and post-typhoon recovery efforts. GPA reports that as of 1 p.m.:

  • 28.0% of the System Load (Customer Demand) has been restored.

  • 95.8% of GPA’s Substation Energization has been restored.

  • 61.9% of GPA’s feeders/ circuits have been energized/restored.

  • 5 additional feeders/circuits added to the island-wide system

  • 23 critical substations energized of the 24 total major GPA substations.

  • Generation Capacity: 111 megawatts (MW) of capacity are online supporting 52MW load.


GPA notes that feeders and circuits may be energized only if GPA’s substation is energized and that system load will increase once feeders and circuits are energized. 

Customers can contact GPA’s 24-Hour Trouble Dispatch at 475-1472/3/4 or via direct message on GPA’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/GuamPowerAuthority.  

Guam Police Department Police Clearance Update:

Although the Guam Police Department’s Records and ID Section remains closed, for those needing Police Clearance can obtain it at the Central Precinct Command in Sinajana, beginning Thursday, June 1, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  Please be advised that times are subject to change and cash payments will only be accepted during modified hours. 

Road Safety for Traffic Control Point: 

The Guam Police Department, and other local Law Enforcement Officers and Soldiers with the Guam National Guard continue to maintain traffic flow within the heavily congested intersections. As a reminder to the community, a vehicle approaching a traffic light at any intersection unmanned without a working light should come to a complete stop.

When approaching a manned intersection, it is advised to proceed with caution and be prepared to stop. With heavy rains and minimal lighting, our officers and guardsmen operate with highlighted vests to assist in increasing their visibility for all motorists. Motorists are asked to adhere to all rules and regulations pertaining to Guam Law Title 16.


Visit the following links for the latest advisory information:


For more information, contact the Joint Information Center at (671) 478-0208/09/10.



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