Guam – Due to a break in a water line within the DNA Building in Hagåtña, the
Guam Fire Department’s (GFD) administration offices, the Life Quest billing office, and the Office of the Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities (DISID) will be closed effective 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 5.
Fire Chief Daniel Stone states, “We regret any inconvenience to the public this
temporary closure may cause; however, due to hygiene and sanitation reasons, our
non-uniformed employees will be dismissed for the remainder of the day.”
DISID has been in contact with its clients to inform them of the closure and is also
coordinating with clients to reschedule appointments.
“We apologize for any inconvenience to the community but want to assure our
clients that we will continue to work with them as soon as we are able to reopen our
offices,” added DISID Director Phyliss Leon Guerrero.
The management of the DNA building is currently conducting assessments and making
repairs to the damaged line. Repairs are expected to be completed before the start of
During this closure, GFD emergency operations will not be hampered and residents will
continue to receive fire and medical services. Payments for LifeQuest billing can still be
made at the Bank of Guam or online as per the instructions located on billing statements.