Halloween Installation Access Procedures
Tuesday, October 31, Halloween trick-or-treating is scheduled on Stuttgart installations from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be many fun activities on-post including a spooky haunted house at the Patch Health Clinic.
There will be a few rules to follow to gain access to the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart installation(s). On Halloween, no visitors or guests will be allowed to sign on to the installation at the front gates after 4 p.m. Sign-on privileges will resume at 10 p.m. after the completion of trick-or-treating.
To bring guests/visitors onto any of the Stuttgart installations the following procedures must be completed:
1) All visitors/guests must be placed on an access roster list.
2) To add a visitor to the access list, submit an Access Roster Request (Download Form: AE Form 190-16F) to the Installation Access Control Office no later than close of business (4:30 p.m.), deadline Oct. 26.
3) Access roster requests may be dropped off in person to the IACS Office located in Building 2915 on Panzer Kaserne during business hours, or submitted via the an official government email by the deadline to: usarmy.stuttgart.Imcom-Europe.list.pmo-IACS@mail.mil.
4) Sign-in limitations: Each individual can sign-in no more than five (5) visitors/guests.
5) Children under 10 years of age are required to be listed on the Access Roster. Complete the request form with their names, then under the section labeled “PIN/ID card number Reisepass/Ausweis Nummer,” just annotate “child.”
6) Children 10 years of age and over must have their identification card number entered the section labeled “PIN/ID card number Reisepass/Ausweis Nummer.”
7) All visitors (either signed in or on the access roster) must be escorted / accompanied by the sponsor at all times.
More Trick-or-Treating Rules On-Post
1) There is no trick-or-treating allowed in the stairwells.
2) Door-to-door trick-or-treating is set to end at 8 p.m.
3) Keep in mind that you’re on a military installation in Germany, so use good judgement when picking your costume. (Inappropriate examples: “terrorist”, “suicide bomber”, or Nazi themed costumes etc.).
4) Ensure your guests and yourself are identifiable when signing in, or arriving, at the respective main gates.
5) Note that the regular garrison child supervision policy applies during Halloween.
Trick-or-treat tips to remember from the USAG Stuttgart Safety Office:
- Masks can obstruct vision. Use facial make-up instead.
- Inspect all treats before anything is eaten.
- Walk on sidewalks, not in the street.
- Use flashlights, glow sticks, and wear reflective clothing to help see better, and be seen more clearly.
- Watch for children darting out from between parked cars.
- Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs.
- Watch for children in dark clothing.
Halloween Events & Trips
Burg Frankenstein Halloween Castle
Fright Night Oct. 28 – Saturday night is adult themed and not recommended for youth under the age of 12. The trip includes transportation and an entrance ticket departing at 5 p.m. Cost: $119 per adult and $109 per youth (ages 12-17) $69 for Stuttgart Warrior Pride Challenge (SWPC) participants.
Haunted Adventure Oct. 29 – This trip not advised for children ages 7 and younger. The trip includes transportation and an entrance ticket. Trip departs at noon and returns at 7 p.m. Cost: $99 per adult, $89 per youth (ages 7-17) and $49 for SWPC.
Contact Outdoor Recreation on Panzer Kaserne for details or to reserve your spot at DSN 431-2774 / CIV 07031-15-2774.
Oct. 31 is a German Holiday. German schools and stores will be closed.
Trick-or-Treating Oct. 31 – On all Stuttgart family housing installations from 5-8 p.m.
Halloween Fun Day at the Patch Library Oct. 31 – Grab a sweet treat and decorate a mask from 3:30 – 5 p.m. All ages welcome.