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Cayman Residents’ Access to Helplines  

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian and to help with any other Tropical Storms there are a number of important helplines and contacts are available to residents who may require information or other resources.

Important contacts for residents include:

On Grand Cayman:

National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC): 345-949-6555 |;

Red Cross: 345-949-6785 | 345-916-3345 |

911 for Police, Fire, Hospital

On Cayman Brac:

Police: 911 or 948-0331

Fire: 911 or 948-1245 or 948-1293

Hospital: 911 or 948-2225

District Commissioner’s Office: 948-2222

On Little Cayman:

Police: 911 or 948-0083

Fire: 911 or 948-0011

District Officer: 948-1051

Also, anyone experiencing mental anxiety is encouraged to reach out to the Mental Health Helpline at 1-800-534-6463 (MIND).

For utilities, contacts are:

Caribbean Utilities Company: 345-945-1282 1(CUC)

CUC Outage Map | Report an Outage

Cayman Brac Power & Light: 345-948-2224

Water Authority – Cayman: 345-949-2837 (94-WATER)

Cayman Water Company: 345-945-4347

Shelters open are:

Grand Cayman from Sunday 2pm; each serves also as an Emergency Medical Centre:

Sir John A. Cumber Primary School

John Gray High School (Pet friendly)

Bodden Town Primary School

Clifton Hunter High School (Pet friendly)

East End Civic Centre

Red Cross

Cayman Brac from 8 am Sunday:

Aston Rutty Civic Centre

Little Cayman Shelter from 8 am Sunday.

Additionally, the Cayman Islands Government launched WhatsApp channel to give the public greater access to information can be reached at:

Stay informed and be prepared by visiting  and  or tuning in to Radio Cayman 89.9FM on Grand Cayman or 93.9FM on the Sister Islands.


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