FORT RILEY
FORT RILEY, KS 66442, USA

RELOCATION/WELCOME GUIDE

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

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Welcome to Fort Riley

MISSION Fort Riley is an award-winning premier Division-level training installation. Its mission is to provide the best in support for the Warfighters and their families. The Garrison works to achieve this through well-being services, infrastructure, environmental and fiscal stewardship, and other services that enhance the Warfighters’ ability to accomplish the

Your Arrival

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO FORT RILEY Fort Riley is north of Interstate 70, 125 miles west of Kansas City. It is accessible from I-70 exit 301 at Marshall Army Airfield via Henry Drive. Directions from Kansas City International Airport (KCI): Exit the airport area toward Highway 435 south. Take Highway 435

In-Processing

IN-PROCESSING GUIDANCE All in-processing Soldiers must sign in at the 1st Replacement Company, except for the following units: medical personnel, dental personnel, criminal investigation division personnel and mobilized Reservists. The 1st Replacement Company is on Main Post in Building 210 on Custer Avenue, next door to the Central Processing Center,

The Central Flint Hills Region Welcomes You

Discover what it feels like to travel on a train pulled by a steam engine, to dine on pan-fried succulent chicken and to enjoy live, professional theatre right in the middle of Kansas when you visit Abilene, just 20 minutes west of Fort Riley. History, shopping, art, dining, sporting

History

Fort Riley is named in honor of Maj. Gen. Bennett C. Riley, who enjoyed a long and distinguished military career that stretched from the War of 1812 to the Mexican War. Later he commanded the first military escort along the Santa Fe Trail in 1829. He also served a

Housing

ON-POST FAMILY HOUSING On-post family housing is managed by Corvias Military Living. Corvias Military Living prides itself on dedication to providing outstanding customer service and the best communities for those who defend our country. Their mission is to deliver exceptional customer service as the premier provider of housing for military

Health Care

IRWIN ARMY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Irwin Army Community Hospital (IACH) provides customer-focused service and high-quality standards to support the warriors, families and retirees of Fort Riley and the Central Flint Hills Region. Visit http://iach.amedd.army.mil for information on: Preventive Medicine and Self Care. TRICARE. Primary care. Nurse advice line. Active Duty

Employment

EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM Employment Readiness Program (ERP) serves family members, spouses of relocating DOD civilian employees, active-duty Soldiers and those Soldiers and civilians who are transitioning from government service. ERP provides employment assistance and placement to match the right skill set with the right job. Currently there is a direct

Education

CHILD YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES Parent Central Your first stop for all Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) is Parent Central. Registration is required to participate in any CYSS Service. Annual registration fees are currently waived and CYSS registration may be transferred to a new duty station upon PCS.

Services

POST EXCHANGE 2210 Trooper Drive 785-784-2026 Hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday This is a brand new 120,000-square-foot facility that includes expanded PX services and a mall. Retail outlets include a salon and day spa, pharmacy, barbershop, video game store, coffee

Recreation

Across from the PX at 6918 Trooper Drive 785-239-9205 Hours: 1 to 8:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday; 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Closed Thursday, Friday and Holidays. The woodshop has 2,400 square feet of floor space and all the specialized equipment needed to complete any

Fort Riley Ready Army Program

Ready Army at Fort Riley is an extension of the U.S. Army’s ongoing disaster preparedness Ready Army Campaign that enables Soldiers and families to prepare for unforeseen difficulties. Emergencies affect hundreds of people every year. It’s important to be aware of the potential dangers that could affect you and your

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