Welcome to Fort Belvoir
Fort Belvoir is home to more than 145 mission partners and provides services to more than 216,050 military, civilians, retirees and families. Belvoir strives to be home to all who live, work and play here.
Provide installation base support to enable mission readiness.
Leaders in Excellence serving those who serve.
Reminder: If you have housing concerns, contact your Garrison Mayor Program
Fort Belvoir’s Garrison Mayor Program remains the only Army authorized group to represent the interests of the residents on Fort Belvoir. The Mayors meet with the Garrison Commander and the housing partners once a month to discuss installation events, programs, issues, and concerns. In addition to the regular meetings, the Mayors are key in helping to resolve resident concerns, quickly and efficiently, by fielding complaints and directing residents to authorities who can help.
Residents should also be familiar with and refer to the Levels of Escalation to guide them in resolving any housing concerns.
SMA Grinston tours Belvoir barracks renovation, says ‘Good quality here’
Sgt. Major of the Army Michael Grinston saw the original condition of the old Belvoir barracks Tuesday. While touring the new barracks construction, he said he was pleased with the design innovations being made on the buildings to provide greater convenience and safety to enlisted Soldiers, when the new barracks open for use this summer. Read more
DAIG wants to hear from Belvoir residents
Garrison leadership has been notified that the Department of the Army Inspector General’s office wants to hear from Fort Belvoir residents later this month, according to the Garrison’s Housing Ombudsman, Jennifer Hudson. Read more
Army Aviation Anniversary Monday, plays key role in National Defense
While aviation has played a part in Army operations for more than a century, the Army aviation branch celebrates its 38th anniversary next week. The U.S. became the first country in the world to contract for military aircraft when in December 1907 it called for bids on a military airplane. Of the three bids accepted by the Army, only the Wright brothers delivered. Read more
Workspace consolidation saves money, energy
With many Fort Belvoir employees still teleworking, at least part time, Garrison officials are hoping to consolidate offices and spaces, to save money and energy. And, they need input from facility and building managers, to make the process as efficient as possible. Read more
Looking for a phone number? Check out Fort Belvoir's 2021 Post Guide and Directory
Fort Belvoir's new app, Digital Garrison, is available to download from the Apple or Google Play app store for free.
Scan the QR code below!
Learn more about the Digital Garrison App here.
During inclement weather, Fort Belvoir follows the U.S. Office of Personnel Management's guidance for authorized delays or closures. Click here to view OPM's operating status.
We will also announce Fort Belvoir's operating status on our social media pages and the Digital Garrison app.
Fort Belvoir Twitter
Fort Belvoir YouTube