Community Relations

Fort Lee takes an active interest in improving the quality of life in our communities and supporting local government, civic and non-profit organizations. Our community relations branch coordinates requests for support and shares information with Fort Lee friends and neighbors in a variety of ways:

Community Requests for Fort Lee Support/Assets

Color Guard

Fort Lee is honored to support community events with guest speakers, color guards, music, and other patriotic displays.  Government organizations, civic groups, schools and community-based organizations may request military assets for their ceremonies and special events. When available, the 392nd Army Band at Fort Lee supports community events with patriotic or military music. Background, dinner, dance or other social music is not authorized.  All requests for support must comply with DoD and Army Regulations to be granted.  Fill out the Request for Support Form and return to Fort Lee Garrison Public Affairs for consideration.

Post Card Newsletter

Post Card

This monthly e-newsletter features articles, upcoming installation events, contacts and Fort Lee information of interest to the community. To be included on the distribution list, please e-mail You may also download the current or previous issues at


Off Duty in the Community (Fort Lee Traveller column)

Each month, a community event is featured in the Fort Lee Traveller’s Off Duty in the Community column. This editorial feature encourages military service members to get involved in the communities near Fort Lee.  If Soldiers and their Families might enjoy an upcoming community event, please send the event information to for consideration.

Fort Lee Events

Fort Lee hosts a wide-range of public events that promote a good quality of life for the troops and provide an ideal, and usually free or low-cost, entertainment opportunity for the off-post community. Annual events include the Celtic Festival, Earth Day, Friday Live at Five Summer Concert Series, Fourth at the Fort, Oktoberfest and a Holiday Tree Lighting. Concerts, comedians, theater productions and competitions are just a few other types of events Fort Lee offers year-round.  To see a list of upcoming events and activities at Fort Lee, visit

Noise Complaints and Inquiries

If you live in the Tri-Cities (Petersburg, Hopewell, or Colonial Heights), you may have heard echoes of military training at Fort Lee. Your windows may have rattled as an Army helicopter passed near your home, or if you live near State Highways 645 and 630, you may have heard small caliber weapons firing.

To report or inquire about noise that may be related to operations at Fort Lee, citizens may call (804) 734-7451 anytime with questions or concerns. After hours or on weekends, calls may be directed to voicemail, but one of our staffers will return your call by the next business day.

Additionally, members of the public may go to to submit a general inquiry, comment or complaint; or e-mail us at

When filing a report please provide:

All complaints are logged and investigated immediately to determine the cause of the complaint. Every effort will be made to correct the situation, mission permitting.

If a citizen believes they have a claim against the government for property damage, they should call the Legal Office at Fort Lee at (804) 765-1520.