Vehicle Registration

Fort Lee requires residents and employees to register all motor vehicles, including motorcycles and mopeds, which they operate on Fort Lee with the Vehicle Registration Office which is located in Bldg. 5228 on Lee Avenue. The hours are Monday n Friday, 7:30 a.m. n 4 p.m. for DoD decals and extended passes and 24 hours per day, seven days per week for one-day passes.

Bldg. 5228

500 Lee Ave.

Fort Lee, Va. 23801

DoD decals and extended passes: 804-734-4228 or 734-4250

General Information: 804-734-4695

Fax: 804-734-4214

Motorcycle Registration Requirements

Motorcycle operators must show proof of completion of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Experienced Rider Course to register their vehicles.

The Motorcycle Safety Class is offered free of charge on Fort Lee by volunteers who work with the Installation Safety Office.

For the next class, e-mail: milligaj@lee.army.mil or call 804-765-3129.

Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles

4401 Crossings Blvd.

Prince George, Va. 23875

Web site: www.dmv.state.va.us

Toll-free: 1-866-368-5463 or 1-800-435-5137

Fax: 804-541-6575

The nearest Virginia Department of Motor Vehicle Office is located about one mile from the Sisisky Gate at 4401 Crossings Blvd., Prince George, Va. 23875. To reach it, make a right-hand turn onto Route 36 as you exit post. When you reach Crossings Boulevard make another right-hand turn. The DMV is about a half mile up the road on the left-hand side.

Before purchasing, registering or making any other legal transaction involving a motor vehicle it is suggested service members assigned to Fort Lee check with the DMV to determine all costs and paperwork associated with the action. The Commonwealth of Virginia policies and interpretation of the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act vary greatly from those of many other states.

The Hopewell DMV Hours of Operation:

Monday n Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday, 8 a.m. - noon

Weapons Registration

Military personnel and their families, who are assigned to or residing on Fort Lee must register all privately owned firearms within 72 hours of being brought onto the installation.

Registration is done in the same location as vehicle registration.

Firearms that are to be legally and permanently stored off the installation are not required to be registered on Fort Lee.

In addition, any firearms brought on the installation for more than 72 hours by guests or residents must be registered.

Information on registration procedures or pre-registration of inbound weapons may be obtained by calling the office between Monday n Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Fort Lee Game Warden

Bldg. 5228

500 Lee Ave.

Fort Lee, Va. 23801

The Fort Lee Game Warden enforces laws and regulations affecting fish and wildlife on the military reservation.

They perform related functions such as assisting control, managing special hunting and fishing seasons, operating check stations and assisting in fishing and hunting safety classes and public information programs.

The Game Warden’s office also handles most of the stray pet capturing on post and acts as the post animal control agency. They enforce Virginia state laws, Army regulations, and post policies related to game and domestic animals.

They also work closely with the post veterinarian and environmental agencies and the post housing office.

The Game Warden section consists of four Military Police officers, and one Department of the Army Civilian Police officer.

The office of the game warden operates under the authority of the Fort Lee Provost Marshal.

References are: VA State Hunting and Trapping Laws (Ch. 29.1 and Code of Federal Regulations, Title 50) as well as CASCOM&FL Reg. 215-1.

Traffic Restrictions

Fort Lee has an official physical training route Monday n Friday, 5 - 7:30 a.m. During this time, all traffic is prohibited on Shop Road from the Main Post Exchange to the U.S. Army Quartermaster Museum and on the entire length of B Avenue. Prohibited routes are marked with cones and signs during the physical training times. This route may change in mid or late 2005. Violators will be cited by the Fort Lee Police.

Speed Limit n 15 mph

The speed limit in the Fort Lee housing areas is 15 mph. All other roads are 25 mph unless otherwise posted. Speed limits are enforced using radar, especially in the housing areas.

Individuals cited for a moving violation will receive a U.S. Magistrate ticket, requiring either the payment of the fine or appearance in Magistrate Court.

In addition, Fort Lee Police also have the additional option of issuing a Form 1408. If a driver receives a sufficient number of 1408s in a given time, their on-post driving privileges are suspended.

Jogging Safety

Drivers often have difficulty seeing joggers, especially in the early morning and late afternoon.

All persons using installation roadways for recreational walking and jogging at any time are required to wear reflective safety clothing (such as road guard vest) that is visible from all directions.

The use of headphones and earphones while walking, jogging, skating or bicycling is prohibited.

Reflective clothing is not required on the Williams Stadium track, and headphones are permitted on the stadium track.

Fire and Emergency Services

Station One: 804-734-7097

Station Two: 804-734-7950 or 734-6041

Training/EMS: 804-765-3698

Fire Prevention: 804-734-6597

Emergencies: 911

The Fort Lee Fire and Emergency Services Division is assigned to the Directorate of Emergency Services. The mission of the Fire and Emergency Services is to protect life and property by providing emergency fire protection, fire prevention, public education and emergency medical services to Fort Lee and the surrounding communities.

The Division operates out of three emergency response facilities and an administrative facility.

Station 1 in Bldg. 3620, houses one fire suppression company, a medium-duty rescue unit and the advanced life support medic unit.

Station 2, in Bldg. 1530, houses one fire suppression company, advanced life support medic unit, the Operations Assistant, Fire Chief and the Division Administration.

Station 3 in Bldg. 6044, houses Hazardous Material and Wildland firefighting response vehicles and reserve fire and medic apparatus.

Fire Training and EMS Chief office and Fire Prevention is located in Bldg. 9513 on the first floor.

Some of the functions of the division include:

• Fire suppression

• Emergency medical services and transport at the advanced life support level

• Hazardous material response at the technical level

• Public fire education

• Fire Prevention

• Heavy technical rescue

The Fire Administration and Fire Prevention branches are available to assist you Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. n 4:30 p.m.

Safety Office

Bldg. 1107

70 B Ave.

Fort Lee, Va. 23801

Director: 804-765-3132

Main Office: 804-765-3130

The Fort Lee Safety Office covers all safety-related safety issues. It is located in Bldg. 1107 on B Avenue (on the corner of 1st Street and B Avenue).

Safety materials are available for the asking on topics such as composite risk management, motor vehicle safety, industrial safety, environmental hazards, heat and cold injuries, child safety and more.

The Safety Office also manages the following programs: OSHA Inspections, Tactical Safety, Ammunition/Explosive Safety, Traffic Safety, Range Safety, Hazard Communication, Safety Awareness, Facility Systems Safety, Radiation Protection, Ergonomics, Family and Community Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, and Safety Awards.

Your safety is your responsibility. If you see a safety hazard, a safety/occupational health concern, or need resources to assist you with your safety program, please contact us.

U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID)

Fort Lee Resident Agency

Bldg. 11109

A Avenue

Fort Lee, Va. 23801

Special Agent in charge: 804-734-1234

Drug Suppression Hotline: 804-734-1522

E-mail: mail022@lee.army.mil

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command is located in Bldg. 11109 at the corner of A Avenue and 38th Street. The office conducts felony investigations in which the Army has an interest within central and southwestern Virginia and areas of West Virginia.

The CID duty agent is available 24-hours-a-day and may be reached after-duty hours by contacting the Fort Lee Police Station duty desk or IOC.

Federal Investigative Services

Bldg. 1107

Fort Lee, Va. 23801

Special Agent on-duty: 804-734-6616

Fax: 734-6626

The Federal Investigate Services, an office of Personnel Management, administers a comprehensive Personnel Security Investigation program. The “background investigations” conducted by FIS Special Agents on employees of various government agencies, DoD military, civilian and contractor personnel, are used to determine an individual’s suitability to enter the armed forces, access classified information, or hold a sensitive position within the government.