Thursday, September 29, 2016
Last Updated: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

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As Belvoir MWR’s annual Oktoberfest ends this year, drivers around Belvoir will notice big changes to their commutes to and from Belvoir.

At 9 p.m. Sunday, VDOT officials will close Pence Gate for six weeks, to continue with the agency’s Route 1 Widening Project in the area of Pence Gate.

REX Bus services also altered during Pence Gate closure

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As we see the fall colors spotting the landscape here at Fort Belvoir, we also are bringing our annual Suicide Prevention Campaign, observed each September, to a close. The #BeThere campaign theme was all about letting the people in our life know that, no matter what they are going through, we intend to stand beside them, as we walk together through the challenges life often throws us. 

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Belvoir’s Army Community Service recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month throughout October. The first event highlights the family advocacy team, its resources and civilian partners. It is from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, with light refreshments.

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The Fort Belvoir Police Department reminds Belvoir residents, per regulation, they are required to register all privately owned weapons they bring to the installation, within 72 hours of their arrival.

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Anyone who sees suspicious activity on Fort Belvoir, or wherever they are, should report it, according to Belvoir’s Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security.

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At a recent community meeting involving Fairfax County Public Schools, Fort Belvoir residents and garrison staff, there were a number of questions about the status of Meeres Gate and whether or not it would be open to accommodate traffic associated with Fort Belvoir Elementary School. Meeres Gate is no longer safe to use because of the speed and volume of traffic along Jeff Todd Way. Additionally, the gate does not comply with Defense Department standards for force protection and anti-terrorism measures in place at all of Belvoir’s other access control points.

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