Fort Belvoir Garrison hosts a Quarterly Housing Town Hall at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Thurman Auditorium to update residents about the progress of safety and housing improvements since a May Town Hall and outline existing challenges and plans of action to ensure every home and barracks meets acceptable standards.

Since February, Belvoir has been part of an Army-wide initiative to identify housing issues, with the highest priority on problems affecting life, health and safety, including removing Soldiers and Families in homes with mold or lead paint, while crews eliminate the identified hazards.

The heightened tempo of activity required new channels of communication, including a special Garrison Commander’s Housing Hotline for residents to communicate concerns directly to leadership. Garrison Commander Col.

Michael Greenberg told residents in May that he personally reviews emergency work orders. The Michaels Organization also created an online portal for residents to report problems, send a photo of the issue, and get notification of maintenance timelines.

All residents are welcome to attend.