New visitor access procedures at Hill AFB

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  • 75th Security Forces Squadron

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah –  Installation access procedures at Hill Air Force Base now require all base visitors and guests to obtain a background check and a visitor pass. 

Anyone without base credentials will need to be sponsored, undergo identity verification using a valid state-issued ID card and pass a background check to gain access to the installation.

Sponsors need to have one of the following credentials: Common Access Card (CAC), military dependent ID, military retiree ID, military retiree dependent ID, or a Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) card or pass.

This new procedure aligns with established Air Force policy, while enhancing security, and ensuring the safety of installation personnel and assets.

Credentialed personnel can sponsor visitors by visiting the South Gate Visitor Control Center in person or by using the Visitor Control Center SharePoint from a government computer. Telephone sponsorship is not authorized.

Visitor passes are issued at the visitor center Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. During after hours, weekends and federal holidays, passes can be issued by the entry controller at the South Gate.

When approaching the base’s gates, motorists are encouraged to have their access credentials or base passes ready for presentation. This proactive step will significantly reduce delays in traffic queues, ensuring smoother access for everyone.

For more information, visit the SharePoint or call the South Gate Visitor Center at 801-777-8631.