The web site you are about to navigate is evolving based on our vision to bring services closer to you. You can find news about the Department of Land Management, financial data, information on programs and a list of who works in your government. This is public information you have a right to know about. You don't have to put in a request or travel to an agency to find this information. We provide it here for your convenience.
The Guam Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit voluntary association of business and professional individuals and firms united in their desire to improve business and build a better social and economic community on Guam.
We are pleased to provide our community with greater access to Government information and transparency through the use of this website and our links. On this site you will find a wealth of information pertaining to public laws, bills and resolutions, committee reports, messages and communications, legislative calendar, Senatorial contact information as well as financial data and central operation listings. I encourage all visitors to peruse this website and learn more about the legislative process, research the status of bills and resolutions, and communicate with all your elected officials.
Guam is growing and our needs for electricity are growing as well. All the electrical power we use is generated right here on island by the Guam Power Authority.
"The mission of GPA is to provide reliable electric services, efficiently, and economically to you!"
Håfa Adai and welcome to the official site of the Guam Visitors Bureau.
As Guam's tourism agency, GVB uses its research, industry and marketing expertise to develop and implement the island's strategic tourism marketing plan. GVB is responsible for supporting programs to promote and develop Guam as a safe and satisfying destination for visitors and to derive maximum benefits for the people of Guam.
The local public water responsibility predecessor for PUAG originated June 30, 1950 when the Congress of Guam Passed Public Law 1-12, which gave the Department of Public Works the authority to administer all utility services. In response to increased water demand and a need to expand utility services, the 1st Guam Legislature passed Public Law 1-88 on June 6, 1952 that created a new entity called the Public Utility Agency of Guam. PUAG consisted of the telephone, power, water and wastewater utilities.
Welcome to www.PAPREA.com, the official website of the Pacific Association of Professional Real Estate Appraisers. This site has been designed to provide our members, affiliate members and visitors information regarding the organization and upcoming events. I'd like to thank you for your visit on behalf of all the members of our organization. Should you have any questions or concerns, then feel free to contact us at [email protected] or [email protected].