How do I get on post?

How do I get on post?

  • Everyone entering Fort Belvoir will need government-issued photo identification. Examples include driver’s license, state identification card, military identification or passport. This applies to everyone in the vehicle age 16 and over. It also applies to pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycle riders
  • Department of Defense post decals and motor vehicle registration are no longer required to enter the post
  • Drivers with a government-issued Common Access Card, operating a personally-owned vehicle, may enter the post through any open gate. Pence Gate, on Belvoir Road, is the closest to the hospital
  • Drivers without a government-issued Common Access Card must enter through Tulley Gate between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., otherwise you will need to enter through Lieber Gate
  • Rental cars must enter Fort Belvoir through Tulley Gate. Drivers will be required to show a copy of the rental contract. Vehicles may be selected for random vehicle inspection by security guards
  • Cabs must enter through Tulley Gate. Everyone in the vehicle age 16 and over must show a government issued photo identification. The cab may be inspected by security guards
  • Pedestrians must show government-issued photo identification
  • Bicyclists must show government-issued photo identification, and must be wearing a bicycle helmet. Bicycles must be equipped with proper lights / reflectors
  • For motorcycle riders, the driver policies listed above also apply. However, motorcycle riders must wear a helmet, shoes that are closed and cover the ankles, eye protection if there is no face shield on the helmet, reflective clothing, gloves, long pants, and a long sleeve shirt. Motorcycle riders may be asked for their motorcycle safety card to prove attendance of a motorcycle safety course

Last Updated 9/26/2019