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September 13, 2013

Corvias Military Living launches enhanced website for residents

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Corvias Military Living has launched an enhanced version of its website to coincide with the transition to privatized housing at Edwards AFB.

The website, airforce.corviasmilitaryliving.com/edwards contains information for both current and future residents.

“We are really excited to launch the website with new features to better serve Air Force families,” said JC Calder, program manager for Corvias Military Living at Edwards. “The website is a great resource to access all of the family housing information they need in one convenient location.”

Current residents now have access to a variety of interactive features including online service request submissions, lawn and trash schedules, and community calendars.

“The calendars are powered by Google, so residents can easily sync the calendar to their personal calendar to stay in the loop with important information and community happenings,” said Calder. He added, “The calendar includes resident and community events as well as special office hours.”

Service members interested in living on base will also have the ability to view floor plans, home photos and apply only. Other features include answers to commonly asked questions and a page dedicated to helpful moving resources.

Residents will also be able to access important documents via the website.




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