Keep all receipts while you are
dislocated from your home. Members should keep a diary of their
expenses and receipts.
Once you are back in the home
all of your expenses are known and documented the claim process
It is recommended that the
members get their claim set up ahead of the final claim
All RESIDENTS WHO HAVE A LEASE,
HAVE ALLIANT INSURANCE COVERAGE. CLAIM FORMS CAN BE LOCATED UNDER
THE "RESOURCES" TAB ON THE HOME PAGE
Summers heat is upon us, 5 great ideas to keep cool.
Electric fans, ceiling fans and box fans can all contribute
significantly to cooler temps in your home. An electric fan
delivers cool air exactly where it is needed.
Try to use appliances (washer, dryer, dishwasher, and stove)
during the coolest part of the day. Instead of using the stove or
oven for food preparation start up the grill, make salads, or try
that crock pot recipe you’ve been holding onto.
Control the sun that enters your home. Open the windows and
night to let the cool air in. Close the blinds, drapes and windows
during the day.
Remember your parents telling you “close the door we are not
cooling the outside” Try limiting the number of times the doors are
opened and closed during hot days.
Window units are not allowed in housing.
BEARS and TRASH
*** SENT ON BEHALF OF
THE 10TH MISSION SUPPORT COMMANDER ***
Subject: Bears Emerging
Black bears are coming
out of hibernation and looking for food. If bears accessed
food in the trash containers near your home or office last year,
it's probably the first place they will return to this
spring. To keep them away, ensure the doors on your
bear-proof dumpster or toter receptacle are closed and properly
latched. Medicines, chemicals, and other items typically found in
household trash can kill or injure a bear, and access to the food
items will habituate bears to being around
To report a bear-proof
trash receptacle requiring repair in the Pine Valley or Douglass
Valley housing areas, please call Forest City maintenance at
867-9675. For all other non-housing bear-proof containers
requiring repair, call 10 CES Contract Services at 333-3053.
residents who do not have a bear-proof trash receptacle are
required to secure their trash in a garage until the scheduled
trash collection day.
If you have an
immediate bear problem, call the Security Forces Law Enforcement
Desk at 333-2000. To report bear sightings, please call
Natural Resources at 333-3308 or e-mail 10 CES/CECN (Bear
on bears is available on the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website
Forest City offers military families housing options and
community programs that will set the standard for those to come.
Our dedicated teams of management, administrative, relocation and
maintenance professionals are committed to providing you with
military family housing that you will be proud to call home.