News flash – July 21, 2016

Traffic Advisory for Clay
Heerstrasse is closed through Aug. 28 due to construction. Upcoming road closures at the same intersection include:
• Aug. 29 to Sept.16, HeerStrasse and King Avenue will be closed.
• Sept. 19 to Oct. 16, Lucas Street will be closed.
Drivers are advised to stay alert for detours and to use caution at the 5-corner intersection until familiar with new traffic patterns.

Street Closure
Starting July 22, concrete barriers will be placed at the 5th Signal Gate on Howard Place leading to Weberstrasse closing access to motorcycle and vehicle traffic and making Howard Place a dead end. Pedestrians and bicycles can still pass through. New signage will be posted.

Exchange hours change
The main Exchange on Hainerberg is now open at 9 a.m., Monday through Saturday. Sunday hours remain 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Changes to car care services
The Exchange Car Wash located in Mainz Kastel Station is permanently closed due to equipment that is beyond repair. Additionally, effective July 31, the gas kiosk at the Mainz Kastel Car Care Center will be closed Sundays. The Hainerberg Express will remain open with normal operating hours on Sunday for car care needs. Please contact the General Manager at civ (0611) 7238-6100 with questions.

Proper vehicle disposal
PCSing? There are a variety of ways to properly dispose of your vehicle prior to PCS to include: shipping, selling, or donating it. Refer to Army in Europe Regulation 190-1 for instructions. Personnel who depart without shipping/properly disposing of their vehicle will be charged in an MP report for vehicle abandonment. Plan ahead by making an appointment at vehicle registration now. Appointments are conducted 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on duty days, except the last business day of each month. Call DSN 548-7819.

Prepare for emergencies
Emergencies can happen at any time. Stay connected by registering with the Army’s Mass Notification System, or AtHoc. Community members both on and off-post can receive emergency warnings and notifications specific to U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden. The system provides real-time alerts by email, text or phone that allow community members to react in an emergency. To register, go to the garrison website and click on “AtHoc” on the right hand side of the page.


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