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NEWS | Aug. 30, 2023

Joint Base San Antonio updates off-limits establishments list

By Mance D. Clark JBSA Threat Information Integration

Certain establishments in San Antonio and surrounding cities have been placed off limits to armed force personnel, in accordance to a memorandum issued by Brig. Gen. Russel D. Driggers, commander, 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio.

Armed forces members may face severe punishment if they are spotted at these local businesses that are off-limits, but they also have a responsibility to stay away from areas with suspicious activity and report it wherever they are.

In accordance with Air Force Joint Instruction 31-213, Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Boards and Off- Installation Liaison and Operations, Aug. 28, 2006, the establishments listed below are off limits:

Hazel Sky Smoke Shop (5 Locations)
5244 Fredericksburg Road
8827 Highway 151
7071 San Pedro Ave.
7915 W. Loop 1604 N.
6307 Wurzbach Road 

Mellow Monkey
2286 Bandera Road

Planet K (6 Locations)
2138 Austin Highway
1015 East Mulberry Ave.
5619 Evers Road
2803 Goliad Road
2501 Pat Booker Road
11202 West Ave.

Smoke N More Vape And Hookah Shop
8450 Fredericksburg Road

Smokerz Paradize (7 Locations)
18360 Blanco Road
8213 Broadway St.
6620 FM78
8141 Pat Booker Road
2808 Thousand Oaks Drive
1733 SW Military Drive
12710 W IH 10

Smoke Tokes CBC
9902 Fredericksburg Road

Super Nova Smoke & Vape Shop (4 Locations)
9355 Callahan Road
8400 Marbach Road
10708 Perrin Beitel Road
411 West Ave.

Off-limits considerations are critical to the maintenance of good order and discipline, as well as the health, morale, safety, and welfare of personnel assigned to or located at Joint Base San Antonio and the Greater San Antonio area. 

The establishments listed were placed off-limits based on the recommendation of the JBSA Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board, after investigation by military law enforcement, coordination with civilian law enforcement, and reasonable efforts to address unacceptable practices with each establishment.

The Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board reminds members that the Texas Controlled Substance Act prohibits the selling, purchase, and possession of any drug paraphernalia, and San Antonio prohibits the selling of tobacco products including e-cigarettes to anyone under the age of 21.

Commanders are expected to ensure this off-limits list is briefed to current and new personnel (e.g. newcomer orientations and commander’s calls), posted in common and visible locations, and distributed to subordinate organizations.

This off-limits memorandum remains in effect until rescinded or superseded. For further guidance or assistance, call 210-652-1357.

To report suspicious or unusual activity, call 652-5700 or 652-5509 for JBSA-Randolph; 671-3030 or 671-2018 for JBSA-Lackland; and 221-2244 or 221-2222 for JBSA-Fort Sam Houston.