Beale AFB Community

Beale AFB
Serving You

Serving You


From full-service cafes to snack bars, Beale’s dining facilities offer delicious snacks and meals any time of day. Choose from the Contrails dining facility, the Landing at the Coyote Pub & Grill, Ramoneda Grill, the Recce Point Club and SpareTime at the bowling center. Explore all of the dining menus, hours of operation and special event information at


Education Center

17849 16th St. 530-634-2525

The base training and education services flight is responsible for providing information about all Air Force postsecondary educational programs and benefits such as commissioning, tuition assistance and testing.

The education center also houses offices and classes for people going to Yuba College, Embry-Riddle and the University of Phoenix. Active-duty members may be eligible for free college tuition; military spouses may qualify for in-state tuition rates.


Airman & Family Readiness Center

17800 B St. 530-634-2863

The Airman & Family Readiness Center provides individuals and families with activities and services that strengthen the community and promote self-sufficiency, mission readiness and adaptation to the Air Force way of life. Services are provided to active-duty and retired military members, civilian DOD employees and their family members.

The A&FRC provides services for deployments, financial counseling and assistance, employment assistance, transition and relocation assistance, family life counseling, and informational and referral services. For a full list of services, visit the center’s website.

Child Development Center

18000 Robert Nicoletti Way 530-634-4717

The Child Development Center offers both full-time and hourly care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. The center is committed to providing a high-quality environment where children and families can thrive. The center is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs (part of the National Association for the Education of Young Children). Meals at the center are served in accordance with U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines. For more information, contact the center.

Exceptional Family Member Program
Family Support Coordinator

Building 2179, 17800 13th St. 530-634-0989

Medical Support

15301 Warren Shingle Road 530-634-5421

The Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to provide support to family members — both adult and children — with special needs. Services include information and referral, advocacy, educational workshops, support groups, special events, playgroups, special education information and more.

Family Child Care

1800 Robert Nicoletti Way 530-634-5637

Family Child Care offers child care in a home setting at Beale AFB and the surrounding community. The program can provide care for families that need evening care, weekend care and care during extended duty, as well as care for children with special needs. FCC providers are first aid and CPR certified, screened, licensed and insured. Providers must meet fire, health and safety guidelines and complete training before they can provide care. For information on becoming a provider or coordinating care, visit the FCC website.

School Liaison

17800 B St. 530-634-2863

The school liaison office is the connection between Beale AFB families and private and public schools. The office provides support to service members and their families during all stages of transition and deployment to ensure children receive every available opportunity for quality education.

Youth Programs

Building 3340,15160 Gavin Mandry Drive 530-634-4953

The Youth Sponsorship Program helps relocated youth become familiar with their new home at Beale AFB. Sponsors are matched to youth according to their gender, age and interests. Sponsors escort incoming youth around the base, school area and to the youth program centers. They introduce the new arrival to others their age and to various activities.

The School-Age Program provides care for children ages 5 to 12 before and after school, on school holidays and during summer vacation. The program is accredited through the Council on Accreditation and provides quality care for children of active-duty military, DOD and NAF civilians, reservists and base contractors. The program promotes an enriching environment by meeting the social, cognitive, physical and developmental needs of school-age youth. Fees are based on total family income. For more information, contact the school-age coordinator at 530-634-6281.

The Youth Sports program offers sports clinics, sporting events and activities to encourage friendship and sportsmanship among youth. All players must have a current sports physical and copy of their shot records on file to participate in any youth sports team.

Youth clubs at Beale encourage leadership, character development, career exploration and development, community service and healthy living. Clubs can provide homework help and tutoring, as well. Clubs include Torch Club, Keystone Club, SMART Girls, Passport to Manhood, 4-H, Boys & Girls of America and more.

For more information on youth activities at Beale, visit the youth programs website.


Sierra Central Credit Union

17602 25th St. 800-222-7228


Legal Office

Building 2419, 17801 Warren Shingle Road 530-634-2928

Tax Center

Building 25216, Room 156 530-634-5536

The office of the staff judge advocate provides many legal services including wills, powers of attorney, notary services, general legal advice, assistance in filing claims for loss or damage to personal property (household goods claims), and state and federal income tax preparation.

The office provides legal assistance to active-duty personnel, their dependents and retirees. Licensed attorneys are available for advice and consultation on personal civil legal matters like landlord-tenant issues, divorce, custody and consumer issues.

Helpful preventive law brochures and other educational materials are available in the law center lobby and online to provide guidance on domestic relations, consumer law and many other legal topics.

The tax center provides free state and federal tax return preparation and filing. This service is normally offered Feb. 1 through April 15, but is expanded for returning deploying members and their families.

Visit the Air Force Legal Assistance website at to review basic information on legal assistance topics that commonly affect military members and to fill out online legal worksheets prior to a visit to the legal office for expedited service.


17849 16th St. 530-634-2314

The Hub Zemke Library provides classes, services and resources supporting the educational, career development and recreational needs of all base members. It provides a balanced collection of digital resources and print materials, including books, movies, magazines, comics, audio books, digital books for e-readers and more. The library also offers homework and research aids and college prep resources.

The U.S. Air Force’s eLibrary online resources offer digital magazines and books, audio books, music, movies, databases, study guides for educational and military tests and much more. These resources are provided at no charge by the Air Force library program to eligible library patrons.


For information about the recreational programs at Beale AFB, visit the 9th Force Support Squadron online at

Aero Club Flight Training Center

Building 1232, Arnold Avenue 530-634-9011

The flight training center can help you become a pilot, maintain currency, earn advanced ratings, complete your flight review and improve your skills. Membership is available for both military personnel and civilians. The aviation retail store can get you aviation supplies at a discounted price, including FAA publications, training and test preparation manuals, headsets, log books and more.

Air Force Outdoor Recreation FAMCAMP and Rec Lodging List

The Air Force maintains 36 recreational lodging camps with more than 500 cabins and nearly 100 fixed RV trailers across the globe. Additionally, its 71 Family Camps feature thousands of RV hookups and primitive tent sites. Outdoor recreation programs vary by geography, climate and natural resources. Search the website to find a location near you.

Arts & Crafts Center

17651 Warren Shingle Road 530-634-2294–crafts.html

Feeling crafty? Unleash your creativity using the center’s tools and services. The center has art supplies, a photo kiosk, items you can personalize, gifts and balloon bouquets, embroidery services, engraving services, custom framing services and more.

Auto Hobby Center

17651 Warren Shingle Road 530-634-2296

Need a tune-up? Perform all of your auto maintenance in one of the Auto Hobby Center’s 15 covered stalls and check your work using the center’s extensive shop manuals or online automotive program. The center has ASE-certified mechanics that can assist you or do the work for you. The center also sells auto parts at discount prices and manages the RV and vehicle storage facilities.

Bowling Center Building 2431, 17800 Robert Nicoletti Way 530-634-2299

The Beale Lanes Bowling Center offers a great time for the whole family. Enjoy different specials throughout the week, like Rock ’n’ Bowl and Monte Carlo Bowling.

Community Center

Building 2425, 17700 Robert Nicoletti Way 530-634-3140/3165

The Community Center hosts a wide range of activities, from fitness classes to flute lessons. Classes and programs include activities like Mommy & Me Dance, ballet, fencing, taekwondo and piano lessons. The center’s recreation room features games, air hockey, foosball, pool and pingpong. The music room has pianos, guitars, an electric keyboard, an electric drum set and more. The computer room has full internet access and a laser printer. Gamers can play Xbox and Wii games on the center’s large, flat-screen monitors. For more information on current offerings, visit the center’s website.

Fitness Center

2418 B St. 530-634-2258

The Harris Fitness Center provides customers with a health club environment and an impressive selection of free weights and cardiovascular equipment at no charge. The center also offers personal fitness training, fitness classes, martial arts lessons, sports programs and more.

Golf Course

17440 Warren Shingle Road 530-788-0192

The Coyote Run Golf Course is an 18-hole championship course and driving range. Active-duty and retired military members, DOD civilians and the general public are welcome.

Information, Tickets & Travel

17630 Doolittle Drive 530-634-4882–travel.html

Find information and get military discount tickets for local and nationwide attractions, including Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Disneyland, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Legoland, Universal Studios Hollywood, Sacramento Kings games and more. Whatever travel destinations you seek, the ITT staff can help.

Movie Theater

Building 2474, 25th Street 530-634-3140/3165

Independence Cinema shows movies Friday and Saturday evenings. Movies are free and concessions are available for purchase.
Sensory-friendly movies for guests and families living with autism or other special needs are shown Sunday afternoons. Visit the website for show times.

Outdoor Adventure Center

17630 Doolittle Drive 530-634-2054

The Outdoor Adventure Center provides safe, expertly managed outdoor recreation programs and equipment rentals. Equipment rentals include camping gear, canoes, ski boats, bikes, lawn and garden tools, picnic equipment and more. The center’s retail store has apparel and equipment for your next outdoor adventure as well. For information on group trips and rental prices, visit the center’s website.

Rod-N-Gun Club

4950 D St. 530-788-2473

The Beale Rod-N-Gun Club offers two skeet fields, one trap range and a 110-yard small arms range that will accommodate all small-bore weapons. Archers may also use the range for practice. The clubhouse has lunch specials, snacks and a beverage lounge with a dartboard and pool table. The pro shop has skeet and
trap loads, ammunition, gun consignments
and more. The paintball field, Recon
Paintball Park, is available for individual and group parties.


Beale Commissary

17601 25th St. 530-634-2422

Save your hard-earned dollars when shopping for groceries at the commissary.

Beale Exchange

The Beale AFB Exchange wants to be your first choice for shopping. It offers a price-match program that guarantees the lowest prices in town. Hours for services outside the main exchange vary, so call or visit the website for detailed information.

Main Exchange

Building 2434,17600 25th St. 530-788-0221

Exchange Restaurants

Charley’s Philly Steaks 530-788-1320
Westside Pizza (with delivery) 530-788-9990
Exchange Services
Alterations 530-788-1757
Barbershop 530-788-7527
Cafe Caprivia’s 530-788-0444
Dry Cleaning 530-788-2000
GNC 530-788-7438
Gun Counter 530-788-0221, ext. 244
Military Clothing 530-788-0221/0224
Salon 530-788-0053

Burger King Building 2447, 6200 25th St. 530-788-2517

Capehart Express Building 3304, Beale Highway 530-788-1271

Flight Line Facilities

Barbershop, Building 1086 530-634-9180
Missy’s Mochas & More 530-788-0444
Service Station Building 362, 5950 J St. 530-788-0214/0215

Subway Building 4793, Beale Highway 530-788-7628

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