Starting Oct. 1, patrons at U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart gyms will no longer be required to wear masks when using equipment.
Traffic disruption is to be expected for at least the next nine months on along “Frog Road,” a major commuting road between Patch and Panzer.
Beginning Sept. 27, residents of Army quarters in Germany receiving AFN television via cable will no longer automatically receive those channels.
Kids in Sindelfingen are invited to take part in a decentralized (and environmentally friendly) balloon launch on the occasion of World Children’s Day
Today, September 18, 2020, VFW Post 10810 laid a wreath on the Patch Barracks POW/MIA Memorial at 10:30.
Stuttgart community Army Post Offices will offer priority to customers utilizing “Click & Ship” postage effective immediately, with a service window at each post office dedicated to handle Click & Ship customers.
Duty bus schedules have been updated. See the schedule for specific timetables.
Fire hydrant flow testing on Panzer Kaserne as part of the Auto Skills Center construction project.
Germany will test its nationwide emergency alert systems on Thursday morning, September 10, at 11:00 a.m.
A three-week project to improve improve the Galaxy bowling center sidewalk will impede Panzer Kaserne traffic.
A cleanup effort on Robinson Barracks from September 14-17 will require residents to relocate vehicles for a day.
The Vehicle Registration office will reopen for very limited services beginning September 8. Registrations expiring between Sep 1-16 have been automatically extended.
Panzer and Kelley Commissaries will return to Monday-Friday schedules effective September 7.
Fuel pumps at the Patch Express gas station will be out of service from September 15-17.
The USAG Stuttgart Vehicle Registration Office is closed due to a positive Coronavirus test of one its employees while conducting monthly inventory yesterday, Aug. 31.