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Fort Bliss Housing Hotline,
(915) 744-8903

Fort Bliss housing residents' with issues/concerns should contact the Fort Bliss Housing Hotline at (915) 744-8903.

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program Training

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program Training

In an effort to better serve the Fort Bliss population, the Threat Awareness and Reporting Program training is being offered at two Fort Bliss locations through September.The two locations include the Soldier’s Activity Center, building 20732, Constitution Avenue on East Fort Bliss and Stayton Theater Building 2495, Ricker Road, on West Fort Bliss.

TARP training at the SAC is every second Tuesday of the month at 9 and 10 a.m.

For more information regarding TARP training, call the 902nd Military Intelligence Group, 568-4604.To report a counterintelligence incident, call 1-800-CALL-SPY (225-5779).

Disruption of Service,
Reassignment and Passport Offices

Disruption of service,

Reassignment and Passport Offices

The Reassignment Office and the Passport Office, Directorate of Human Resources, are conducting minimal operations during their support to the NCO Leadership Center of Excellence.This disruption of service takes place from April 8-May 17 (Reassignment Office) and May 6-Jun 1 (Passport Office).During these time frames, handling appointments and emergency situations will be on a case-by-case basis.For more information, call 568-3302.

US62/180 (Montana Ave) Widening Phase 1 Project

The US 62/180 (Montana Avenue) widening project is a part of a larger Fort Bliss program to improve the network of roadways around and through the southeastern vicinity of U.S. Army Fort Bliss.

This project is phase one of the proposed improvements of the overall Montana Schematic. The project is 4.9 miles and requires 200 ft. of additional right of way to accommodate the improvements. The construction start date began March 18 and the duration of the project will be 2.5 years for its completion.

The project begins at Global Reach Drive and ends at Tierra Este Road.

The project includes the following:

• Construct 6 lane freeway from Lee Trevino Drive to Tierra Este Road
• Construct 3 lane northbound and southbound frontage road from George Dieter Drive to Tierra Este Road
• Construct new interchanges at Global Reach Drive, Lee Trevino Drive, George Dieter Drive, Wooster Lane, Saul Kleinfeld Drive, and State Loop 375
• Construct overpass bridges at Lee Trevino Drive, George Dieter Drive, and Wooster Lane
• Construct underpass structures at Saul Kleinfeld Drive and State Loop 375
• Construct Hike & Bike lane north of the westbound frontage road from Global Reach Drive to State Loop 375

The overall project has four phases and construction will not impede traffic through the majority of it.

The first phase requires approximately 10 months and focuses on construction of the westbound frontage roads. This construction will have no impact to the traveling public since that part of the project is located outside the existing lanes of traffic.

Upon completion of the westbound frontage road, plans include diverting westbound traffic to the new lanes then beginning construction on the main lanes. Plans also include constructing all intersections in quadrants to allow traffic to pass through at all times.

Bliss Custodial Services Transitioning

Fort Bliss custodial services are currently transitioning between janitorial contractors, with the incoming contractor beginning service April 23.

Services provided are expected to be at full performance within the next 10-14 days. The new contractor plans on moving in equipment and supplies during the weekend to accelerate full performance.

Please be patient during this transition period.

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