Announcements

Installation Status: See Above.

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Fort Liberty Improving Roads System
21 Sep 2023 10:21
Fort Liberty Directorate of Public Works is partnering with the North Carolina Department of Transportation to upgrade Fort Liberty’s Roads. In the next few months, we will see a variety of improvements started around the installation. There will be road and lane closures while this takes place. Please be patient while this construction improves our post. Follow this page and our Facebook page, HERE:  to keep informed about all the improvements coming to Fort Liberty!

***ATTENTION***CHICKEN ROAD EXTENDED CLOSURE***OCT 02 - FEB 29, 2024***
21 Sep 2023 11:00
Chicken Road will be closed between Macridge Road and Canopy Lane, starting Oct 2- through Feb 29, 2024 for road widening and intersection improvements.
There is a detour along Macridge Road to Yorktown-Victor and Long Street. If possible, consider avoiding this route and utilizing alternate gate access.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
We are improving the roads for a better, safer ride!
Please plan your routes accordingly.
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Manchester Road Culvert Project Gets a Head Start- Now starting February 15, 2024
15 Feb 2024 11:53
The Manchester Road Culvert Project will temporarily close access to Lamont Road from Manchester Road starting February 15th. This is 2 weeks ahead of schedule. Manchester Gate will open at 4 a.m. to 9 p.m. on workdays to both inbound and outbound traffic to help accommodate the detour during this construction. NCDOT also installed an all-way stop at the intersection of NC 690 and McPherson Road to assist with the flow of traffic and improve safety.  Manchester will remain closed on weekends and federal holidays . Motorists will detour using Morrison Bridge Road, NC 690, NC 24 and W. Manchester Road. Military traffic will maintain access through the training roads; however, civilian traffic is not permitted in these areas. Depending on traffic volume, motorist may need to consider alternate routes. Motorists who normally travel from the western areas of Fort Liberty – for example, from Moore and Hoke Counties, that access the installation from Long Street, should expect longer commute times. There are maps showing the update on the Roads page, link is below. 
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Chicken Road and MacRidge Road - Phase 2 to start in March, expect delays to Long Street area
16 Feb 2024 11:12
As we head into March, road construction on Fort Liberty is poised to ramp up. Here is what to expect: Chicken Road and MacRidge Road - The Chicken Road extended closure will move into phase 2, which means Chicken Road will open, but access to MacRidge Road from Chicken Road will be closed due to further road work. Access to MacRidge Road will be open from Long Street and Yorktown Victor Road. Depending on traffic volume, motorist may need to consider alternate routes. The effect of this construction with the ongoing Manchester Road Culvert project has potential to cause delays to the Long Street area. Motorists who normally travel from the western areas of Fort Liberty – for example, from Moore and Hoke Counties, that access the installation from Long Street, should expect longer commute times. For further information on detours and road projects, please visit the Fort Liberty Roads page on our website: https://home.army.mil/liberty/fort-liberty-roads-projects-1. There are maps showing the update on the Roads page, link is below.
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Fort Liberty Water Suppliers, Harnett County and Fayetteville Public Works Commission, to temporarily change their disinfection method, Mar 1-April 1. This is an Annual Requirement
13 Feb 2024 14:27
Beginning Wednesday, March 1, 2024, Fort Liberty’s water suppliers, Harnett County and Fayetteville Public Works Commission (PWC), will temporarily change their disinfection method from chloramines (free chlorine with ammonia added) to free chlorine only. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality requires all water systems that add ammonia to their drinking water to discontinue its use for a one-month period annually to ensure that any biological growth that may have occurred within the distribution system is controlled. Both suppliers will resume adding ammonia to the water treatment disinfection process on Monday, April 1, 2024. Some water users may notice a chlorine odor as a result of this change in the treatment process. Throughout the month of March, ASUS will perform flushing at multiple hydrant locations in order to expedite the change of chloramine to chlorine residual throughout the system. Some customers may also experience periods of discolored water as a result of the required distribution-system flushing that will accompany this change back to chlorine-only disinfection. Discoloration can be mitigated by allowing faucets to run until the water clears.


Fort Liberty Training Areas are Off-Limits with Only a Few Exceptions
12 Feb 2024 11:17
Did you know? You are not authorized to leave the paved roads that go through Fort Liberty without specific clearance from Range Operations: for example, officially scheduled training, official business - to include contractors with a Range Pass, or hunting/fishing with a Fort Liberty permit. (For procedures and rules for hunting and fishing see https://liberty.isportsman.net/). For more info, click the link below:
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ArMA is the primary source for non-emergency issues (Priority-2 & Priority-3) demand maintenance order (DMO) submissions. Military and Civilian personnel must register for ArMA to submit DMOs. User may use CAC to register and log in.

Priority 1, life/health/safety, issues will still be accepted via same day call-ins or drop-offs, call (910) 396- 0321. Click the link for more details.

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