Road Conditions
07 Jun 2024 12:38
Fort Campbell Road Conditions are GREEN.
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Notice of Availability Environmental Assessment and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact
04 Jun 2024 10:48
Notice of Availability Environmental Assessment and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact for the Construction and Operation of an Automated Record Fire Plus (ARF+) Range and Fielding the Next Generation Squad Weapon - The Army will accept comments on the Fort Campbell FY25 Automated Record Fire Plus Range Environmental Assessment (EA). The EA has been prepared to facilitate NEPA compliance for construction and operation of an expanded automated record fire plus range at our existing Range 13/14 in Montgomery County Tennessee. The new expanded range is required to facilitate training on the new Next Generation Squad Weapons System. The EA evaluates environmental and other effects of construction and operation of the range in the Fort Campbell Small Arms Impact Area. The EA has resulted in a Draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI). Both documents are available for public review and comment on Fort Campbell’s Environmental website, https://home.army.mil/campbell/index.php/about/Garrison/dpw/environmental in the Public Review Documents link. Interested persons can also request a mailed or emailed copy using the email or physical address below. The public is encouraged to review and comment on these documents. Public comments must be received no later than 30 days after publication of this notice and can be submitted by e-mail at daniel.l.etson.civ@army.mil, or mailed to: Mr. Dan Etson, Compliance Branch, AMIM-CBP-E, Public Works, Environmental Division, Building 3709, Polk Road, Fort Campbell, KY 42223.
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Work Orders
04 Jun 2024 10:22
For routine service orders in barracks or government buildings, please use the Army Maintenance Application (ArMA). ArMA can be accessed through the Digital Garrison App, or via a new online registration portal at https://www.armymaintenance.com/arma using a Common Access Card. For emergency maintenance issues affecting life, limb, or government property, please call the work orders section at 270-798-1200. For housing Non-Emergency Work Orders and Pest Control call 931-431-3966 and Emergency Work Orders call 931-431-6029. You can also visit the resident website at https://campbellcrossing-relisting.securecafe.com/residentservices/campbell-crossing/userlogin.aspx
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Crisis Phone Numbers
04 Jun 2024 09:40
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Heat Category
03 Jun 2024 12:05
As of 11:50 a.m. today, June 3, Fort Campbell is at Heat Category 5.
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Weather Watches / Warnings
31 May 2024 18:56
There are currently no Weather Warnings/Watches for Fort Campbell, KY.
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Severe Weather Impacts Fort Campbell
26 May 2024 23:33
At approximately 9:20 a.m. today, Fort Campbell issued a tornado warning. Trees are down across the installation and damage assessments are underway. No injuries have been reported at this time. We ask all Fort Campbell residents and those living off the installation to remain weather aware at all times. Know your safe area and be prepared to react accordingly. For information on where to shelter during a tornado, visit https://www.ready.gov/tornadoes. Fort Campbell residents and employees are asked to report any injuries or damages on the installation by calling 911 or 270-798-7111. “Since December our region has been impacted by multiple tornadoes and other severe weather,” said Col. Chris Midberry, U.S. Army Fort Campbell Garrison Commander. “We continue to embrace our Soldiers, Families, workforce and community. We ask that everyone avoid unnecessary travel while damage assessments take place and to report any injuries or damages.” Rain and ongoing weather conditions have also caused floodwaters in the area. Use caution and avoid floodwater. As little as 12 inches of moving floodwater can be enough to float and carry away a small vehicle. 6 inches of moving water can knock an adult off their feet. Even a small amount of floodwater can hide dangers such as road collapse and debris. For more information on flood safety, visit http://www.ready.gov/floods.