1.5KM EXCLUSION ZONE TO BE STRICTLY OBSERVED
The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) has been informed of ‘increased activities’
at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano which began at 11:14 p.m. on Friday 9th February, 2024 and is
ongoing. The largest seismic activity measured 3.3 on Saturday 10th February, 2024 with reports of these
events being felt in the north of Grenada.
The Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano is located north of Grenada (12.18°N, 61.38°W) and the National
Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) of Grenada continue to collaborate with the Seismic Research
Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies to monitor activities at the Kick em’ Jenny volcano. There
are currently four (4) seismic stations monitoring Kick ‘em Jenny in the area of Grenada.
The alert level at Kick ‘em Jenny remains at YELLOW. A YELLOW alert at the Kick ‘em Jenny volcano
means that the volcano is restless: seismicity and/or fumarolic activity are above the historical level or
other unusual activity has been observed or can be expected without warning. An exclusion zone of 1.5
km from the summit of the volcano remain in effect and should be strictly observed. The alert level and
exclusion zone can however change with increase in activity.
All mariners are asked to strictly observe the 1.5 km exclusion zone and residents in the Southern
Grenadines are asked to monitor releases from the Government of Grenada, the National Emergency
Management Organisation (NEMO), and the UWI Seismic Research Centre (UWI SRC).
These activities are in no way related to our La Soufrière volcano.
The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) will continue to update the public on
activities at the Kick ‘em Jenny submarine volcano.
Please be reminded that the official advisories on Kick ‘em Jenny are under the jurisdiction of the
Government of Grenada through the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA).