The U.S. Coast Guard in your community
The Coast Guard Art Program virtual exhibit
The goal of the Coast Guard’s Community Relations is to
the communities we live and operate.
We develop, maintain and improve public
understanding and support of the Coast Guard’s missions through interaction
with our communities. We support our communities in a variety of ways
partnering with schools, participating in
speaking engagements, loaning Coast Guard art
to museums, and participating in parades, events and holiday observances.
Beyond our local involvement, many national Coast Guard programs give
you the opportunity to learn more about who we are and offer us the
opportunity to listen to your concerns.
For more information, please contact your local Public Affairs Office or the Community Relations division at (202) 372-4620.
We want to hear from you! If the Coast Guard is doing something that goes beyond the call of duty, we’d love to hear about it. Contact us and share your story.
|USCG Internal Resources||External Community Organizations|
|Authority and Guidance||America's Waterway Watch|
|Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC)||Boating Safety|
|Naming Board Requests||Military Service Organizations|
|Public Service Awards||Youth Organizations|
|Coast Guard Cities Application||Partnership in Education (PIE)|