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JIC Release No. 34 - Okkodo HS and Upi ES Update as of 0930

Due to the need to house additional persons, especially in the northern area, plans are underway to open the Okkodo High School (OHS) and Upi Elementary School (UES) as emergency shelters by 9 a.m. today. 
 
Okkodo High School has the capacity to hold 700 people. Upi Elementary can hold up to 300 people. To meet the needs of our community, the Guam Department of Education, working through the Emergency Operations Center, began coordinating with the Department of Public Works (DPW) and Mayors Council of Guam. 
 
The shelter at Juan M. Guerrero Elementary School (JMGES) will close by 9 a.m. and shelter operations will move from JMGES to OHS. Individuals seeking shelter SHOULD NOT report to JMGES, and should instead report directly to shelters or work with village mayors if they need transportation.
 
Adding Okkodo High School and Upi Elementary brings the availableshelter count total to 10. 
 
The designated storm shelters that residents should proceed to are: 
 

  Primary Northern Shelters Capacity Shelter Population % Capacity
1. Okkodo High School 700 0 0%
2 Upi Elementary School 300 0 0%
  Primary Central Shelters      
3 Carbullido Elementary 180 0 0%
4. George Washington High 700 32 5%
  Primary Southern Shelters      
5. M.U. Lujan Elementary 150 41 27%
6. Merizo Elementary 100 3 3%
7. Inarajan Middle School 100 12 12%
8. Talofofo Elementary 200 36 18%
9. Harry S. Truman Elementary 100 3 3%
  Secondary Central Shelters      
10. Ordot/Chalan Pago Elementary 150 11 7%

 

Storm Shelter updates will be released as necessary throughout the day. 
 
Those seeking shelter and have no way of getting to a designated storm shelter are advised to contact or visit their village mayor’s office to coordinate transportation services for pick up and drop off.
 
Mayor Listing
 
AGANA HEIGHTS
Paul M. McDonald, Mayor
mayormcdonald@hotmail.com
472-6393/8285/6
472-6124
 
AGAT
Kevin Susuico, Mayor
agatmayor@yahoo.com
565-2524/31
565-4335
565-4826
 
ASAN-MAINA
Frankie A. Salas, Mayor
asanmainamayor@gmail.com
472-6581
479-2726
472-6446
 
BARRIGADA
June U. Blas, Mayor
bmomayor@teleguam.net
734-3724/25/34/36
734-3859/3737/38
734-1988
 
CHALAN PAGO-ORDOT
Jessy C. Gogue, Mayor
ocp.mayor@gmail.com
472-8302/3/7173
477-1333
477-0450 Community Center
477-7131
 
DEDEDO
Melissa B. Savares, Mayor
msavares@teleguam.net
632-5203/5019
637-9014
637-5002 (Gym)
637-1129
 
HAGATNA
John A. Cruz, Mayor
hagatnamayor@hotmail.com
477-8045
472-6379
477-6686
 
INARAJAN
Doris F. Lujan, Mayor
mayordorisfloreslujan@gmail.com
475-2509/10/11
828-2543
 
MANGILAO
Allan R.G. Ungacta, Mayor
Mayorallan.ungacta@yahoo.com
734-2163/5731
734-5734/35
734-4130
 
MERIZO
Ernest T. Chargualaf, Mayor
mayorernestc@yahoo.com
828-8312/2941
828-2429
 
MONGMONG-TOTO-MAITE
Rudy A. Paco, Mayor
Mtmmayorpaco17@gmail.com
477-6758/9090
479-6800/6801
472-6494
 
PITI
Jesse L.G. Alig, Mayor
jesse.alig@pitiguam.com
472-1232/3
477-2674
 
SANTA RITA
Dale E. Alvarez, Mayor
daleealvarez@gmail.com
565-2514/4337
565-4302/04
565-3222
 
SINAJANA
Robert RDC Hofmann, Mayor
guammayor@gmail.com
472-6707
477-3323
 
TALOFOFO
Vicente S. Taitague, Mayor
talofofomayor@gmail.com
789-1421/3262/4821
789-2010 (Gym)
789-5251
 
TAMUNING-TUMON
Louise C. Rivera, Mayor
mayorlcrivera.tatuha@gmail.com
646-5211/8646
647-9816/9819/20
646-5210
 
UMATAC
Johnny A. Quinata, Mayor
umatacmo@gmail.com
828-2940/8258
828-8251/2/3/4/5
828-2676
 
YIGO
Rudy M. Matanane, Mayor
yigomayorsoffice@gmail.com
653-5248/9446/9119
633-3001/2/3/5
653-3008 (Gym)
653-3434
 
YONA
Jesse M. Blas, Mayor
jmendiolablas@yahoo.com
789-4798/1525/6
789-1524 (Gym)
 
For more information, please contact the Joint Information Center (JIC) at (671) 478-0209/10/08.

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