Installation Status: Normal Operations.
*NOTICE:Reilly Road Gate will be closed until further notice due to construction. Please proceed along the routes with caution and plan ahead to reach your destination on time.
**If residents living on Fort Bragg has concerns regarding housing, contact the DPW Housing Advocate Hotline 24/7 at (910) 908-4504. A representative is standing by to help address your concerns.
***ACP hours of operation have been adjusted to reflect the following:
• Reilly Road ACP – Open from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. to both inbound and outbound traffic. Closed on weekends and federal holidays.
• Knox Street ACP – Closed to all traffic.
• Knox Street Truck Plaza – Open to commercial vehicles only from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays and 5 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekends and federal holidays. No POVs.
• Knox Street East/MMD – Open from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to both inbound and outbound traffic. Closed on weekends and federal holidays.
• Butner Road ACP – Open from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to both inbound and outbound traffic. Closed on weekends and federal holidays.
• Manchester Road ACP – Open from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. to both inbound and outbound traffic. Closed on weekends and federal holidays.
• Open 24/7 - Longstreet Road, Chicken Road, Yadkin Road, *All American Freeway, Honeycutt Road, Randolph Road, and Simmons Army Airfield.
*The All American ACP added guard shifts to overlap between 1 and 2 p.m., which should increase the amount of vehicles passing through the ACP.
Fort Bragg Commands
Message from Acting Senior Commander
Maj. Gen. Brian J. McKiernan
Deputy Commanding General, XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg
Acting Senior Commander, Fort Bragg, NC.
Today I would like to address the Fort Bragg Soldiers and Families who reside on post in our barracks, and in community housing. CSM Cervenka and I are deeply troubled by the deficient housing conditions experienced by some of our Soldiers and Family members. The situation is unacceptable, and we are committed to providing the quality housing you deserve. I want to assure you that the leadership across Fort Bragg has heard your concerns and issues and that with your help, we’ll continue to gain a clear understanding of the magnitude and the situation that our Families are facing. We’re actively taking steps that I believe will help rebuild the trust and confidence of our Soldiers and families.
Our first step is to develop an accurate picture of the specific housing and barracks concerns.
I have directed every command to inspect 100% of our Soldier barracks. I have also directed leaders to reach out to each Family living on-post to offer a command visit in order to gain full understanding of the condition of our homes across Fort Bragg. Please understand, this is completely voluntary and will only be done with the full consent from our families. However, in an effort to gain a true picture and appreciation of the situation, I do ask for your assistance in this endeavor.
Additionally, all Soldiers and Families are encouraged to bring their issues or unresolved problems to the Soldier’s chain of command, especially those that threaten health or safety so these issues can be dealt with appropriately, and prioritized correctly in the system.
In any situation where life, health and safety issues exist, I have directed leadership to ensure those conditions are immediately remediated. If a life, health, or safety issue cannot be immediately resolved, the chain of command will work with the Soldier, Family, Corvias, and the Fort Bragg garrison to provide an alternative housing arrangement.
Let me be clear. There will be absolutely no reprisals for reporting housing concerns -not from the unit or Corvias, our privatized housing contractor. We want to hear your concerns, from you; our Soldiers and Families – no matter how big or small – so we can ensure they are appropriately addressed.
We need your help to fully understand the scope and scale of the problem. We will continue to hold Town Halls and provide other opportunities for our Families to be heard.
Our enduring obligation as leaders is to take care of our people—our Soldiers and their Families. This will be a long process; so once again, we ask for your cooperation and patience in this endeavor, and we are committed to improving the housing and quality of life for all on Fort Bragg.
Thank you for all that you do for your unit, our Fort Bragg community, and our Army!