Due to recent positive cases and contact tracing, some community services are impacted.
Col. Jason Condrey, USAG Stuttgart garrison commander announced on AFN Stuttgart, Wed, Oct 21, that trick or treating should no longer go ahead on the garrison.
SATO offices at both Patch and Kelley will only service customer via the phone or email.
A warning strike of Stuttgart public transit employees impacts service this week.
Stuttgart Americans Working Around the Globe team presents virtual seminar.
This year’s non-COVID flu shots will be distributed initially to all active duty personnel over a 120 hour period starting October 19- 23.
Learn about volunteer opportunities and available help in the Garrison community.
The credit union’s Patch and Panzer branches are temporarily closed, but online banking and ATM services remain available.
Fall cleanup efforts started on Oct. 13 and will last until the end of the month.
Due to a recent uptick in COVID-19 positive cases in Stuttgart, and concern for preservation of clinical operations at U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart, changes to clinical services will be implemented effective Friday, Oct. 16, 2020.
Increased traffic on Patch Barracks related to COVID-19 testing has caused delays in the community shuttle bus service.
Wednesday morning saw lengthy queues on Patch Barracks after several suspected cases of COVID-19 in garrison schools were reported.
Due to a change of contractor, the dry cleaners on Patch barracks has been closed through 19 October.
Military students including home school students can be awarded for good grades at the Exchange.
Instructions and information for the Commissary Concierge Shopping program for those in quarantine or at high-risk.