For questions or concerns regarding clean-up efforts, please contact your community office here. 
Storm Clean-Up
On October 26, a storm swept through the area causing extensive damage throughout Fort Campbell and the surrounding areas. The storm passed quickly leaving thousands across Montgomery County with lost power, including families on post. Thanks to the rapid response of many entities here on Fort Campbell, power was restored to Campbell Crossing residents within hours. 

We continue to deal with downed and damaged trees, but thanks to the efforts of our Campbell Crossing team and residents, many of the issues have been resolved and repairs are well underway. 

To date, all high-priority trees that were causes of great concern have been removed. These include removal of trees and branches, as well as trees that were leaning at precarious angles. Over 500 trees were addressed and 701 tons of debris has been removed from the property. Workers have also cleared all roadways, driveways, and sidewalks, and debris has been safely piled for removal.

Status Update: December 12, 2019
  • Expected Completion (weather permitting):
    • All tree cleanup is complete
    • All major tree risks have been mitigated
    • All remaining cleanup and debris haul off in Hammond Heights will be completed by December 15
    • Stumps, hanging limbs, and other remaining debris will be addressed throughout January
  • In-progress: 
    • Campbell Crossing has completed a preliminary assessment for homes affected by the storm and will be scheduling service requests by priority.
    • Roof assessments are nearly complete
  • Important Updates:
    • Please contact your community office if you see large hanging limbs that have not been identified with caution tape.