FOR GENERAL INQUIRIES AND/OR INFORMATION ABOUT RECRUITMENT 

CONTACT LINKs: COMMANDING OFFICER LTJG SPencer Boyce

                                    EXECUTIVE OFFICER ENS. DAVID CAMERON


MONTHLY DRILL LOCATION

 US Army RESERVE FORCES TRAINING AREA CAMP PARKS

BUILDING 611, FERNANDEZ AVENUE  - DUBLIN CA 94568

 
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WELCOME TO PARKS RESERVE FORCE TRAINING AREA

Base Access

When entering or exiting the base, vehicle operators are to reduce their vehicle speed to 5 MPH and be prepared to stop for identification purposes. Vehicles are subject to random vehicle checks by order of the Installation Commander.

Vehicle Requirements: 

MILITARY: 

Must have approved/registered Military Base sticker visible on windshield.

Or

CIVILIAN:

1. Proof of ownership / valid vehicle registration, and the right to operate the vehicle.

2. A valid operator's license acceptable to the State of California.

3. Proof of vehicle insurance, with the name and address of the insurance company, policy number and expiration date. 5. Vehicle insurance providing coverage in the minimum amount of $15,000/$30,000 public liability and $10,000 property damage is required.

All non-military visitors must be cleared through the security office by hosting individuals or activities before a visitor pass will be issued.

 

TRAFFIC LAWS AND ENFORCEMENT:

All California State traffic laws apply on PRFTA Camp Parks Base. The PRFTA Camp Parks Police are responsible for providing security and law enforcement services aboard the Base. The Police Division, Security Department, is manned by DOD civilian and military police. The Police Building is located directly inside the PRFTA Camp Parks main gate.

Seat-belts are mandatory. State, local, and base officials can stop vehicles for suspected non-compliance.

Speed limits are posted throughout the base, and in residential areas. Parking controls are STRICTLY enforced.

All motorists are responsible for ensuring that their vehicle is maintained in good order, meets the National Highway Safety Standards, and emission control standards of the State of California.