Beginning Monday, March 13, vehicle registration is implementing an appointment system. Due to staffing issues, the number of appointments will be limited to 14 per day, allotting 30 minutes for each individual transaction.
ROAD CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES: Ansbach city is continuing road construction in…
Voting Assistance at USAG Ansbach reminds the community that federal, state, and city elections are set to take place in 2017.
The Ansbach Education Centers are now inviting students to register for new classes. Check out the fliers here.
As a part of the Army’s effort to provide access to safe drinking water, the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) has tested water samples collected by residents in your Family Housing units for the presence of lead. As of late Tuesday, Nov. 28, DPW has …
Never underestimate the dangers of winter. Read these tips to stay safe when the thermometer drops.
During the holidays, household pets may visit the table to beg for scraps, and the USAG Ansbach Veterinary Treatment Facility wants your four-legged Family members to be safe.
As a part of the Army’s effort to provide access to safe drinking water, the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) has tested water samples collected by residents in your Family Housing units for the …
U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach performed water quality tests in unoccupied housing in August and September 2016, and the results indicated higher than acceptable levels of lead. Although contamination in occupied housing is unlikely, the garrison is taking immediate steps to provide drinking water to residents and to test occupied housing. For more information, visit our information sheet here.
Following water testing results that indicated a higher than recommended level of lead in the water of unoccupied housing units, USAG Ansbach conducted a town hall to discuss the issue with concerned community members. Here is the story and the questions and answers that followed the town hall.