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.
101 Days of Summer Safety Campaign 2021 - Memorial Day thru Labor Day
Memorial Day marked the start of “101 Days of Summer,” an Army campaign with the focus on reminding our Soldiers, civilians, retirees, and family members about following safety while involved in off-duty and summer activities. While safety is an all year effort, this campaign emphasizes the importance of recognizing that summer activities present unique opportunities for risks to occur.
Belvoir Spouses' Club Awards Scholarships to High School Seniors and College Students
Last month, the Belvoir Spouses' Club awarded $3,500 in scholarships to 4 students in the Greater Washington D.C. Area. The BSC Scholarship Program focuses on awarding merit-based scholarships to deserving military spouses and children/dependents of military Service members who are civic-minded, aligning well with the Club's mission.
Here are some helpful tips for the coming PCS season
As Soldiers, civilians and families gear up for the upcoming PCS season, the Army has streamlined processes and policies to enable a safe, convenient, predictable, and user-friendly move. Improvements to make this year’s moves easier include updates to the Army PCS Move App, increased reimbursements for personally procured moves (PPMs), more quality-assurance inspectors and a longer window to submit claims. Read more
Hurricane Season Preparedness
The Atlantic Hurricane Season is upon us and the exact dates are from June 1 – Nov. 30. The dates are seasonal and are highlighted because of the potential dangers, storm proximity and cascading hazards that may occur during this timeframe. Read more
The Villages at Belvoir Launches AIM: Anticipate • Inspect • Maintain
This month, the Villages at Belvoir would like to highlight our AIM initiative, a comprehensive program dedicated to ensuring service members and their families enjoy high-quality, well-maintained homes during their time at Fort Belvoir. AIM, which stands for “Anticipate, Inspect, Maintain,” codifies and brings awareness thorough quality control measures that the Villages implements on every home. Read more
Reminder: If you have housing concerns, contact your Garrison Mayor
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.
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.
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Learn more about the Digital Garrison App here.
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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.
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