To report an incident or problem to the Office of Special Investigations, visit this link.
Potholes are the byproduct of moisture infiltrating and possibly freezing in pavement cracks. Roads and parking lots around base are most susceptible to these in spring and fall because of freeze/thaw cycles and precipitation. The 773 CES' main concern is providing safe access to the base populace.
Step 1: Take note of where the pothole is located. (Street name, cross streets or building numbers.)
Step 2: Call or email with the above information with your name and contact information.
Reminder- the best thing to do is avoid driving through a pothole, as they can damage your vehicle. Give us a call and we will be out as soon as possible to address the issue and help make your drive safer.
Duty Day: 907-580-5858
After hours, call Security Forces or
Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate
24/7: (907) 947-0888
Is there nuisance wildlife in your area? A bear in the dumpster or a moose that's being aggressive?
Contact the Conservation Law Enforcement Officers at 907-552-2436.
Have wildlife concerns? Call the Security Forces non-emergency number, 907-552-7070, and they can dispatch the CLEOs.
Have you been bitten by a domestic animal? Please call 907-552-3421.
Is there an aggressive pet in your area which is posing a threat? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Aggressive animal in housing."
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