Fort Lee, NJ 07024, USA


Installation Overview

Fort Lee is located three miles east of Petersburg, Virginia on Highway 36 in Prince George County. Fort Lee is 116 miles from Washington, D.C. It is 21 miles from Richmond, the Virginia state capitol. The base operator's phone number is 804-765-3000 or DSN 312-539-3000. Military installations are an important

Fast Facts

Located near the town of Petersburg about 25 miles south of Richmond, Fort Lee is home to U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command, U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School, 49th Quartermaster Group and the Defense Commissary Agency. Fort Lee homepage . Cost of Living: Rates are higher than average for

About Fort Lee

To provide Base Operations Support, Quality of Life, and Services essential to the entire Fort Lee Community and the Nation's Warfighting Mission  

Getting Here & Arrival

    From Arlington Proceed south on I-95 merging onto I-295 S via exit number 84A (left exit) toward Rocky Mount, N.C. Continue on I-295 S onto VA-36 W/Oaklawn Boulevard via exit number 9B toward Fort Lee/Colonial Heights. Follow “To the Installation” directions below.   From Rocky Mount, N.C. Proceed


The Housing Services Office is located in the Soldier Support Center at 1401 B Avenue, Suite 101, Fort Lee, VA. The hours are 0730 to 1630 Monday - Friday, (804) 765-1963, 765-2016, 765-3862 or 765-1597. On-Post Family Housing information click on .    


Kenner Army Health Clinic Mission As the heart of a system for health, we are committed to promoting, sustaining and enhancing the wellness of the Fort Lee community, keeping our patients’ trust through quality and compassion. Vision We aspire to be Fort Lee's health care provider of choice and the


Bldg. 9035, (804) 734-3859 Hours of Operation Mon-Tue: Closed Wed – Fri: 12 – 8 pm Sat – Sun: 8 am – 4 pm For more information visit    

Local Area & Community

The city of Hopewell is only 12 minutes away from Fort Lee and overlooks the James and Appomattox Rivers. With a current day population of over 22,000, Hopewell was first established in 1613 under the name "Bermuda City" and served as Union General Ulysses S. Grant's headquarters during the Siege


The last charge: garrison CSM dismounts after three decades

Story by Terrance Bell on 01/12/2017 FORT LEE, Va. (Jan. 12, 2017) -- Command Sgt. Maj. Clarence D. Richardson's method of operation is simple: Charge hard but charge sensibly. The 49-year-old's all-in, full-speed-ahead journey along the difficult terrain of a 30-year Army career comes to an unofficial end during a

Army mom returning from deployment surprises daughters at local school

Story by Lesley Atkinson on 01/12/2017 FORT LEE, Va. (Jan. 12, 2017) -- Two military daughters in the local community were surprised at Cosby High School by their mother's early return from a deployment Jan. 5. The reunion was orchestrated for Caroline Prekker, a sophomore at CHS, and Lindsay Prekker,

Soldier aborts suicide attempt amid sobering thought of losing his family

FORT LEE, Va. (Jan. 12, 2017) -- While stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, a 25-year-old specialist was serving as an infantryman. He had been married to his beautiful wife for two years. They had a four kids ranging in age from 3 weeks to 9 years. This Soldier arrived at
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