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  • Hanscom Air Force Base Housing Management Office

    Information about housing at Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts, has moved to a new website. Visit http://www.housing.af.mil/Units/Hanscom/ to learn more.Housing Management/Referral Office101 Northbridge Rd.Hanscom AFB, Mass.. 01731 Telephone: 781-225-5640 or 781-225-5638DSN: 845-5640 or 845-5638FAX: 781-225-3913 (Updated November 2018)
  • Hanscom Commuters

    All the information Hanscom AFB employees need to take advantage of many programs that offer transportation alternatives, reduce commuting costs and reduce environmental impact is provided here.The Hanscom Commuter Program is administered by the Base Civil Engineer, Environmental Management Office, 72 Dow Street, Building 1825.For further
  • Health Promotions

    Location: Building 1540, 188 Marrett St.Phone: 781-225-6374Email: usaf.hanscom.66-abg.mbx.66-mds-sgoh-health-promotions@mail.mil Hours: Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Health Promotions is closed the first Thursday of the month for training.Health Promotions Program is dedicated to prevention and health enhancement. Health Promotions
  • How to shovel snow and protect your back

    It's winter time in the Boston area. Besides the usual aggravations of clogged, slippery, morning commutes, personnel should also prepare for the big dig out.People with heart problems should check with their doctor before going out to shovel. The American Heart Association says the combination of cold weather and physical exertion does put more
  • Immunization Clinic

    Location: Building 1900, 90 Vandenberg Dr.Telephone: 781-225-6172 or by DSN at 845-6172Fax: 781-225-2571 or by DSN at 845-2571The Immunization Clinic's hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. The Immunization Clinic is closed Monday through Friday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The clinic is closed for walk-ins on
  • Inclement Weather Information

    Winter weather in New England can be unpredictable and harsh. Click on the links below for futher information about Hanscom winter weather policies and procedures.For the most up-to-date inclement weather information at Hanscom, call the COLD Line at 781-225-2653. AtHoc notification options are also available for inclement weather information.
  • Inclement weather leave guidance for civilians

    New England typically has unpredictable weather, making safe travel a challenge during the winter months. The following information, which is also available on the inclement weather factsheet, is available to help civilian employees and their supervisors safely navigate the storms.According to Civilian Personnel Employee and Labor Relations Office,
  • Long term parking procedures during snowstorms

    Many people dread the winter months, but planning for snow removal is a New England necessity and the time to plan is now.On-street parking is not allowed during snow removal operations. Before an expectant snow or ice storm, signs will be placed at the entrance to the housing areas. Once the signs are in place it is the residents' responsibility
  • Making plans for winter weather

    The 66th Civil Engineer Division is responsible for snow and ice removal from base streets, sidewalks and parking areas. Base snow and ice removal, excluding housing, is accomplished by priority as identified in the 66th Air Base Group Snow and Ice Control Plan. Priority one consists of the main base roads, first responder parking lots and other
  • Massachusetts tax information

    The Military Spouse Residency Relief Act (MSRRA) and Massachusetts regulations clearly provide that neither a military member nor their spouse is required to become a resident of Massachusetts as a consequence of being stationed in Massachusetts on orders. Military members and their spouses who are residents of Massachusetts are taxed by