The Department of Environment would like to remind all residents that during this time we will continue to operate and ensure adherence to our conservation laws and regulations as normal. Department of Environment Conservation Officers continue their regular land and sea patrols and the National Conservation Law remains in effect, despite COVID-19. As always we welcome your assistance – if you see something suspicious call us on the numbers below.
If anyone is thinking of self-isolating on their boat during the good weather this week and would like a reminder of the rules please download a copy of the Marine Parks brochure from our website: https://doe.ky/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Conservation-Brochure-13-April-2018.pdf. Alternatively you may download the Marine Parks App from either the Apple App or Google Play stores (https://doe.ky/resources/doe-phone-apps/). If you have questions about other conservation issues or rules please email DoE@gov.ky and we will respond as soon as possible.
Please remember, the penalty for offences under the National Conservation Law can be up to 4 years in jail, $500,000 fine, and confiscation of equipment and vehicles used in the offence, at the discretion of the Judge. The health and sustainability of the natural resources of the Cayman Islands need to be safeguarded for the benefit of all.
Call A Conservation Officer:
Grand Cayman: 916-4271 or 916 5849
Cayman Brac: 926-0136
Little Cayman: 925-0185
Or Call 911