- New Year’s Resolutions
- Holiday Trash and Tree Disposal
- Holiday Decorations
- Freezing Pipes
- Snow Removal
- Weather Information
- Deadlines for Scholarship Applications
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- Want to know what is happening in your community
- Upcoming Events
Setting a New Year’s resolution January 1 is easy, but sticking with it for the next 364 days can be tough. Service members and their families have a resource to help keep those resolutions going in 2017.
Military One Source, a one stop shop of information, resources and tools, provides assistance to help the military and family members in any aspect of life. The most popular areas include work-life balance, a healthier lifestyle and relationship improvement.
In addition to the information available Military One Source offers free and confidential non-medical counseling. For your convenience, counseling is available in person, online or by telephone. Counselors address everyday stressors, relationship concerns, deployment and reintegration, financial management and many other issues.
To learn more about the services offered by Military One Source go to: www.militaryonesource.mil or call (800) 342-9647.
After the holidays, residents are often left with a lot of bulk trash and boxes. We have a convenient weekly bulk trash service available for residents. We ask that you break down all boxes, and place in front of your home on Tuesday, bulk trash day. There are two dates available for Christmas tree pickup. Residents may place Christmas trees in front of their homes on Saturday, January 14th and Saturday, February 4th for pickup. All trees must be curbside those days by 5:00AM. Please be sure to remove all inorganic decorations from the trees.
For normal bulk trash service, please follow the Tuesday pickup schedule. Families that have a large amount of bulk items should contact their Community Office.
All decorations should be removed from the exterior of the homes 15 days after the holiday. This provides everyone ample time to take down their decorations and store them. If you have any questions regarding the policy on decorations please refer to the Resident Responsibility Guide (RRG).
Winter weather and freezing temperatures are on their way. This means the possibility of frozen pipes. Click here for tips on preventing the headache of frozen pipes in your home.
This is a reminder that as we prepare for the upcoming winter season, Corvias provides snow removal within the housing area. Residents are responsible for snow and ice need removal from driveways, sidewalks and under carports. Please contact your community office if you have any questions.
Information about closings, openings and delays can be found on the official APG website at: www.apg.army.mil. You can also call the APG weather hotline: 410-278-SNOW (7669) and check local radio and TV stations for status updates.
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Spread the word! Deadlines for the Corvias Foundation scholarships for children and spouses of active-duty service members are coming up soon. Applications for high school seniors are due February 9 and applications for spouses are due May 4. Applications available online at corviasfoundation.org.
Still using plastic grocery bags at the Commissary? Consider bringing your own reusable bags. It takes a 15-year-old tree to produce 700 grocery bags.
Your community calendar can help you stay up-to-date on trash, recycling, lawn care, resident events and community activities.
You can even sync your community calendar with a personal Google calendar by clicking on the +Google button on the bottom right-hand corner of the calendar.
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- January 1 – Happy New Year’s;
- January 2 – Community Office closed; reopens 8am January 3rd
- January 16- Martin Luther King Jr. Day; offices are closed