The German Weather Service has issued a severe weather warning for the Stuttgart area valid for 24 hours from 6 p.m., Thursday, May 16. Thunderstorms with “heavy, continuous rain” are expected to pass through from Thursday evening into Friday afternoon, with the amount of projected rainfall likely to cause dangerous conditions in parts of the region.Read More

Sign up now to attend the Capital City Visitation Tour. The CCVP is a special no-cost tour which provides community members the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of Stuttgart, the host nation political system, and the development of the postwar relationship between the U.S. and Germany.Read More

Several registered demonstrations will take place in downtown Stuttgart this weekend, with larger ones on Saturday, May 11, in the areas between the main station and the Old Castle (Altes Schloss).Read More

The project designed to modernize the HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), fire alarm, and sprinkler systems in Patch Barracks building 2337 is entering its final stretch, with an updated tentative completion date of early September. This reflects additional work required due to complexity of the roof structure above the basketball court.Read More

May 2024 will see four public holidays in Baden-Württemberg take place on weekdays: May 1, 9, 20, and 30. Some services around the garrison staffed largely by local national professionals will be closed on these days, as well as many off-post services. Some also have training and administrative closures on Thursday, May 30.Read More

In the coming days, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart public works crews will begin installing signs along Florida Strasse at Patch Barracks to better define where drivers can (and can’t) park during working hours. Cars and trucks parked on both sides of Florida Strasse have recently caused impediments to traffic flow that have made it hard for service and construction vehicles to safely get through.

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