- Annual Pavilion Party
- A temporary change in your drinking water
- Last chance to win an iPad mini
- Volunteer at (or run!) the All American Marathon
- Keep in touch
- Corvias launches resident feedback program
- Green corner
- Fort Bragg’s Automated Installation Entry
- Community happenings are on our website’s calendar
- Upcoming events and important dates
It looks like the nice weather has finally returned! Let’s celebrate with a Pavilion Party on Friday, March 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. We will be using our fantastic new Wilmington grill to cook out at the pavilion near the mailboxes. Enjoy the company of your fellow residents, and of course, your Randolph Pointe community team. We can’t wait to see you there.
During the month of March, Fort Bragg residents may notice a stronger chlorine smell and discoloration to their water. These are the results of changes to the disinfection of our water and the annual flushing of the water lines by Old North Utility Services (ONUS) and Harnett County. These measures help to control bacteria growth and alleviate any potential bacteriological problems in the system.
This process will require individuals on kidney dialysis machines to implement certain changes to their procedures and to consult with their doctor. Additionally, owners of tropical fish or other aquatic life will need to take certain precautions to ensure the health of their fish.
During this time, you may experience periods of discolored water. You can help alleviate this discoloration through turning on your faucets and running the water until it starts to clear up. If your water does not clear up within a reasonable time, please contact ONUS by submitting a service order request through the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) at (910) 396-0321.
For copies of the ONUS and Harnett County notifications, please click here.
Would you like to win an iPad mini? Here’s your chance! All you need to do is tell Corvias Military Living how we’re doing because we know the only way we will continue to improve is by hearing from our residents. That’s why we contract an independent property management research firm, SatisFacts, to send an annual resident satisfaction survey.
You should have received the instructions by now. So, be sure to double check your mail for a postcard and your e-mail for the survey notice from “residentsurveys.com”. The deadline for completion is mid-March and participation is voluntary, but encouraged. Everyone who participates will be entered into a gift drawing to win an iPad mini.
If you did not receive the e-mail from SatisFacts or would like the e-mail resent to you, please contact SatisFacts at email@example.com. You may also contact the Community Office for more information.
The All American Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5k on May 4 will be such an exciting time for Fayetteville and Fort Bragg. Running the race is only one of the ways that you can become involved in this inaugural event. Click here for more information about how you can volunteer at the race, and help these fantastic runners achieve their goals.
If you’d prefer to run, it’s not too late to register – click here for more information.
We want to stay in touch with you! If you are promoted and/or your contact information changes (phone number, e-mail address, etc.), please let us know as soon as possible. We’ll be sure to update our records.
Corvias Military Living is always looking for ways to improve. One way we learn how we are doing is through your candid input. To make it easier for you to provide us feedback, we are launching a new resident survey opportunity to monitor service provided at move-in and after service requests have been completed.
Residents will soon receive a brief, online survey from firstname.lastname@example.org seven days after a move-in, and seven days after a service request is complete. Don’t worry - we won’t spam you! To avoid over-surveying, no more than one survey per resident will be sent in one week. While participation is voluntary, your feedback is appreciated.
With your year-round feedback, we can be more proactive in addressing your concerns. Our goal is to provide the best homes, community, service, and value to you. With your advice, Corvias Military Living can work to improve your experience.
How can you clean vegetables and save water? It’s easy! Instead of letting the faucet run while you clean your vegetables, just rinse them in a plugged sink or in a pan of clean water.
As you know, Fort Bragg has implemented the Automated Installation Entry (AIE). Visitors who are not driving with a DoD ID card holder, such as a friend or a delivery truck, must obtain a visitor pass to travel onto Fort Bragg. Visitor passes can be obtained at the All American Visitor Control Center, located at the All American Gate. The center is open 24/7. Visitor passes are valid for 90 days from the date of issue.
Want to know what is happening in your community? Your community calendar can help you stay up-to-date on resident events and community activities. You can even sync your community calendar with a personal Google calendar by clicking on the +Google button on the bottom right-hand corner of the calendar.
March 1: Annual water line flushing begins
March 7: Community Office closes at 1:45 p.m.
March 14, 6-8 p.m.: Randolph Pointe Pavilion Party
April 1: Annual water line flushing ends