U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Senior Responsible Officer Brig. Gen. Ellen Clark and Commander Col. Noah Cloud will host a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. Feb. 26 at Wiesbaden Middle School to discuss Army Family Housing.
Community members should be aware of the following U.S. federal and training holidays, which may affect garrison front-door services and host nation holidays, which will affect businesses and services off post, as well as some on post staffed by local nationals.
March 15 — Training holiday
March 18 — Training holiday
April 5 — Training holiday
April 8 — Training holiday
April 19 — Good Friday, German holiday
April 22 — Easter Monday, German holiday
Call before you go on U.S., training and German holidays. Find the garrison phonebook at the new website: home.army.mil/wiesbaden.
Soldiers should confirm with their local chain of command whether they have a federal or training holiday off.
U.S. Army Europe Registrar of Motor Vehicles recently announced changes to the vehicle registration process in Germany. Effective Jan. 11, there is no longer a requirement to annually register vehicles more than 10 years old. Now all vehicles can be registered for two years. “We updated the regulation to become more compliant with the German traffic laws,” said Shawn Driscoll, deputy registrar. “This affects all members of the U.S. military, civilians and Family members assigned to Germany.”
If you missed the Jan. 30 Community Information Exchange, view the slides on the garrison website at home.army.mil/wiesbaden, Click “My Wiesbaden,” then “News and Info” for the link, also available at www.herald-union.com/community-information-exchange. The next CIE is at 9:30 a.m. March 27 at the Wiesbaden Entertainment Center.
The post shuttle has a new schedule as of Jan. 3. To download the pdf, go to home.army.mil/wiesbaden and click on “My Wiesbaden,” and then “Getting Around.”
For on-post emergencies call the military police at (0611) 705-114; for an ambulance or in case of fire on post call (0611) 705-117.