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 www.riley.army.mil 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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All AAFES locations at Fort Riley are no longer selling alcohol from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. daily.  The 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley policy was implemented to reduce alcohol-related incidents.
The Fort Riley Commissary will be closed Dec. 25 and 26. 
To register on Fort Riley iSportsman, an automated check-in-out system, visit iSportsman webpage at www.fortriley.isportsman.net.  Fort Riley iSportsman must be used by everyone recreating in a training area at Fort Riley in accordance with FR 210-15.  Activities include hunting, fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, mushroom collecting, fuelwood cutting, biking and horseback riding.  Check-in and check-out may be accomplished with any personal device with internet connectivity.  Participants may also visit the iSportsman Kiosk located at 1st Division and Vinton School roads or by visiting the Environmental Division Office, Building 407, during business hours.  For more information, contact the Environmental Division at 785-239-6211. 
Traveling during block leave or the upcoming holiday season?  Corvias Military Living asks on-post residents to keep the heat on and set between 60 to 65 degrees while they are away.  This will prevent frozen pipes, while conserving energy.  If you have extended travel plans, please sign up for House Watch through your Neighborhood Office.
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 tips on how to prepare and cope with a power outage, visit http://www.acsim.army.mil.

Stay in the know and out of the snow with Unified School District 475 Geary County Schools – With winter weather here, it’s important to remain informed on any school closing and late start due to inclement winter weather. USD 475 offers text alerts about emergency school announcements by enrolling in its free text messaging service.

 

School is in session and on-post drivers need to be aware of school zones around the installation.  Flashing lights indicating slower speed limits in the school zones are being used.
Heading to Aggieville for drinks?  Get home to Fort Riley safely with The Riley Ride.  This service is open for all DoD ID cardholders and runs Friday and Saturday evenings.  Fort more information, call (785)239-5614.