Fort Riley, Kansas


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Fort Riley, "Home of the Big Red One" (1st Infantry Division), is known for its excellent training, abundant recreational opportunities, rich history, and tremendous relations with surrounding communities.

The website is intended to provide value-added information about the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley, its units, and the Central Flint Hills Region to Soldiers, Family members, the Army, and the public. In addition, the website is intended to provide information on installation services, communicate our quality of life, assist in conducting installation business, and promote Fort Riley as an excellent installation.

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The Central Issue Facility will close at noon Oct. 7 and will reopen at 7:30 a.m. Oct. 13, due to inventory.


Visitors to Fort Riley are reminded that a temporary Fort Riley Access Badge or Pass is required for anyone without a Department of Defense ID card.  If you know the exact date of your visit, it is highly recommended to get a temporary badge or pass early by stopping by the Visitor Control Center, calling (785) 239-2982 or emailing.  Please note there are longer wait times for passes during periods of higher traffic - especially weekday mornings and weekday afternoons - when Soldiers and civilian employees are traveling to work and physical fitness activities.  If you’re unable to get a pass early, make sure to allow extra time the day of your visit to get through processing at the Visitor Control Center.  Please visit our website - Access Information.

All AAFES locations on Fort Riley are no longer selling alcohol from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. daily.

In emergency utility service situations, such as power outages, please contact the Fort Riley Public Works Service Desk at (785)239-0900 to report the problem.  You may also call your neighborhood office and the staff will report the outage for you.  For your neighborhood office phone number, visit  For tips on how to prepare and cope with a power outage, visit


Heading to Aggieville for drinks?  Get home to Fort Riley safely with The Riley Ride.  This transportation service is open to all DoD ID cardholders and runs Friday and Saturday evenings.  For more information, call (785)239-5614.  View pick up schedule.
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For more information, call 785-240-5326 or email