COVID-19 Gate Schedule
Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the gate schedule has been temporarily changed. View the most recent update below:
Effective June 15, 2020
VISITOR CENTER: CLOSED
J.J. KINGMAN GATE: Open 7 days a week, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m., egress (Exit Only) 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
TULLEY GATE: Open 24-7 (Visitors and Commercial Vehicles must use this gate)
PENCE GATE: Open 7 days a week, 5:30 a.m. - 9 p.m., egress (exit) is open 24-7.
FARRAR (DAVISON ARMY AIRFIELD): Open 24-7 (Authorized personnel only)
LIEBER GATE: CLOSED
TELEGRAPH GATE: CLOSED
WALKER GATE: CLOSED
All Commercial Vehicles/Taxi/Uber/Lyft/For Hire Vehicles will be processed at Tulley Gate's Commerical Vehicle lanes.
All Visitor Center Operations will be processed at Tulley Gate. Previously issued Fort Belvoir Passes will remain valid until June 15, 2020
Installation Access/Visitor Information
Effective immediately, drivers entering Fort Belvoir Access Control Points will be subject to increased security measures. Drivers should be prepared for delays and should adjust arrival times accordingly. To minimize delays Valid ID Card Holders should use designated lanes to access the installation.
All privately-owned vehicles driven onto Fort Belvoir are required to be licensed, registered, inspected and insured according to state and local laws. Vehicles entering the post are subject to a 100 percent identification check and all vehicles are subject to inspection.
All visitors 16 years of age and older must have a Fort Belvoir Access Pass to enter the installation. A background check will be conducted to determine your eligibility to access.
Individuals will need a secondary ID if their state-issued driver's license and identification card is marked, “Not for Federal Identification, Not for Federal Purposes, or Federal Limits May Apply”. If you do not have a secondary ID, you will be denied access, or you’ll have to be escorted by a DoD Cardholder. DoD Contractor cardholders cannot escort. Trusted Traveler may be halted during increased security measures. Valid US Passport, Passport Card, and original birth certificate are acceptable forms of secondary identification. Social Security Cards will not be accepted for a secondary form of identification.
Click here to view the Fitness Determination. If you have any of these offenses on your criminal record, you will NOT be allowed access to the installation.
Foreign visitors that are accessing the post for official business must be cleared through the Fort Belvoir DPTMS Security Office. Once cleared, they will send you a memorandum, which is considered the access pass.
Foreign visitors not accessing the post for business must process through the Visitor Center with a sponsor. Sponsors must possess a DoD Civilian CAC card, Active Duty or Retired Military ID Card, or Dependent ID Card 18 years of age or older.
Please note, foreign visitors must have a valid Homeland Security stamp in their passport. If there is no valid stamp, they will need to provide documents stating they are legally here in the United States. You can print off the required I094 Form here.
Foreign National workers and dependents:
Foreign Nationals who posses a DoD CAC (with a blue strip) or a foreign dependent military ID card will now have to provide a document from their U.S. Command stating why they are accessing Fort Belvoir. If it is a one-day access for an appointment, a memorandum from the U.S. Command or and appointment letter/slip is sufficient. Their ID and memorandum will be verified and access will be granted.
If a Foreign National, who posses a DoD CAC (with a blue strip) or a foreign dependent military ID card, will be accessing the installation for an extended period of time, the document from their U.S. Command will need to state the reason for access and the duration of timeframe for repeated access. They must provide the document and military ID to the Visitor Center at Tulley Gate, where it will be verified. Their ID will then be registered in to the Automated Installation Entry System (AIE). This will allow the Foreign National to have unimpeded access at all of the gates for their future visits, until the expiration date on the memorandum from their U.S. Command.