- Want to know what is happening in your community?
- Freeze Pop Fridays continue in July
- Office closure: 3 July and 4 July
- Red, white, and blue ice cream day!
- Got mail?
- Only you can prevent fires
- Friendly reminder
- Please do not set off fireworks
- What you may not know about your cooling system
- Make your payments online 24/7
- Let’s get physical
- Green Corner
Your community calendar can help you stay up-to-date on trash, recycling, 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.
- July 3-4 – All Corvias Military Living offices will be closed in observance of the 4th of July.
- July 4 – Fort Bragg 4th of July celebration 3-10 pm on the main post Parade Field.
- July 11 – Soldier Show at the Crown Theatre at 7 pm. This is a FREE event open to the public.
- July 12 – Soldier Show at the Crown Theater at 2 pm. This is a FREE event open to the public.
- July 18 – Summer beach party without the beach at Sports USA from 5-9 pm.
- July 25 - Fort Bragg 5K Walk/Run. Race starts at 8 am
- August 1 and August 22 – U.S. National Whitewater Center Excursion Trip brought to you by Fort Bragg Outdoor Recreation Excursions.
- September 19 – Race Fort Bragg. Reebok Spartan Race will be hosted. Commit as a team to running, jumping, climbing, and crawling 3+ miles through a course riddled with over 20 obstacles.
There’s nothing like a relaxing day by the pool, but it will soon get even better. If you visit a Corvias community pool on Friday, July 10, 17, 24, and/or 31, you and each of your guests will receive a FREE Freeze Pop at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m., while supplies last. Be sure to keep a look out for this tasty treat!
Just a reminder that all Fort Bragg offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 and Saturday July 4 for the 4th of July holiday. If you have a maintenance emergency there is always someone here to help, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. For all maintenance emergencies call 910-764-5008.
Take a break from the heat with the Randolph Pointe staff. Stop by July 2 anytime between 12-4 pm for a tasty ice cream treat.
Have a package coming that is too big for your mailbox or has to be signed for? Any packages delivered by UPS, FedEx, or the USPS are signed for by staff at the clubhouse. This a courtesy to you and you can pick up your packages Mon-Fri 8am-6pm and Sat 10am-5pm.
Just a reminder to dispose of cigarette butts properly. As it gets hotter outside the ground gets more dry making the community more susceptible to fires due to cigarette butts and ashes that are not disposed of properly. We love our Randolph Pointe residents and community and do not want to see anyone hurt and/or their property lost due to a fire that could have been prevented. The Randolph Pointe community has experienced two fires due to improperly disposed of cigarette butts since May.
Just a reminder that trailers, motor coaches, campers or commercial vehicles are not allowed to be parked or stored at Randolph Pointe. Fort Bragg MWR’s RecPlex Auto Skills Center has a large RV lot to store your RV’s, boats and trailers of any size (30 ft +). All areas are secured with 24/7 access to all of your items. Spots are available on a first come/first serve basis. We are the only RV lot available on Post (Fort Bragg and Pope AFB). Please call the RecPlex Auto Skills Center for availability at (910) 394-2293.
As a reminder, it is illegal for individuals to set off any fireworks on Fort Bragg. This includes both the consumer fireworks (to include sparklers and firecrackers) as well as the large fireworks purchased in South Carolina or other neighboring states. Instead of putting you, your neighbors, and/or your home in danger, please visit one of the many professional fireworks shows in the area this summer!
Heat pumps are widely used across the South and other temperate climates. During the summer, a heat pump absorbs heat from inside and releases it outside, cooling the interior in the process. Heat pumps in Fort Bragg homes are designed to keep the interior temperature 15 to 20 degrees below the outside temperature. Turning the thermostat lower will not lower the interior temperature below this 20 degree threshold.
This is completely normal and doesn’t mean that your cooling system isn’t working properly. In periods of extreme heat, you may need to take active steps to help your home maintain a comfortable temperature. Setting the fan switch on your thermostat to “auto”, and changing your air filter(s) every 30 days will help your home remain a comfortable temperature regardless of the season.
We are excited to announce big changes are happening with payment options for residents at Corvias Military Living. You now have online and mobile rent payment options. This will save you time in your day and allow you to pay your rent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the comfort of your own home. If you are already set up with an allotment of your BAH going towards your home each month, this will not apply to you. However, it may apply in the event you need to pay a prorated amount for rent upon move-in or when you move-out and wish to pay an outstanding balance. Click here for a summary of your options.
Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle for individuals. Thirty minutes of vigorous activity is recommended for adults. The combination of physical activity and healthy food choices can help prevent a variety of diseases, maintain a healthy weight, build lean muscle and promote strong bone, muscle and joint development.
Individuals can incorporate fun and engaging activities into their everyday routine to help reach their physical activity goals. As summer approaches and you start to plan your summer vacations, think about planning an active vacation. Going to the beach? Instead of merely going to the beach, look for other activities such as fishing excursions, sports activities or biking along the beach you can include into your vacation time. Planning a trip to another city? Explore the city through a walking tour, go fishing, rent a canoe / kayak, or go biking. Camping is another active vacation that can challenge your physical activity while still having a great time relaxing.
There are many activities ranging from swimming, walking / running or biking you can do within your local community to help get you active. For more information about local activities click here.
How do you get rid of “energy vampires?” Unplug appliances that are not in use. Do not leave them in standby mode.