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United States Army
2111 South 8th Avenue
Fort McCoy, WI 54656
When you arrive at your new installation, you’ll need to follow installation-specific procedures. Each installation and service handles in-processing differently. Here, you can find installation-specific guidelines and a list of documents to bring with you when checking- in. Reach out to the contacts provided if you have specific questions.
Anyone who is assigned to or attached to U.S. Army Headquarters Company Garrison must report to the Garrison training staff non-commissioned officer upon arrival. They are located in Building 104. Bring your 201 file and leave form. If arriving after hours or on a weekend, call 2-3059 from on post or 608-388-3059 from a local community to check in, and report in person the following workday.
Those who are assigned to tenant activities should report directly to their units. The unit will set up your appointment with Military Personnel and Finance for in-processing.
All active duty/Army Guard Reserve soldiers assigned or attached to Fort McCoy or within a one-hour commute, must report to the Family Housing Office in 6158 H Circle, Sparta WI, M-F 7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. within 30 days of reporting to Fort McCoy. To apply for family housing, a DD 1746; Application for Family Housing, must be submitted along with PCS orders and a copy of the DA 31; Request and Authorization for Leave, showing the date signed out of the unit you are departing. If there is no government family housing available, families will need to obtain housing in one of the local communities. The community housing representative actively coordinates with landlords and realtors to ensure listings of apartments, townhouses and homes to rent or purchase are suitable. Unaccompanied personnel housing for single permanent party soldiers is also available.
Incoming Department of Army civilians should report to the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center at 2187 South J Street. Be sure to have your most recent SF50 and any other pertinent personnel records when you report. The CPAC phone number is 608-388-2722, DSN 280-2722.
Army Community Service Relocation Readiness is designed to make your transition into our community an easier, more pleasant experience. Please stop by to in-process with ACS and take advantage of the many services that are available. A newcomer orientation is held the second Wednesday of each month at McCoy's Community Club. Our lending closet provides essential items while you are awaiting the arrival of your household goods. Let ACS be one of your first stops in the relocation process. The ACS Relocation Readiness phone number is 608-388-2359, DSN 280-2359.
Important documents are difficult to replace. Do not pack these items in your household goods shipment. Hand carry the following list of items:
As soon as you receive your orders, go to the Plan My Move website where you can print out a to-do checklist, important phone numbers checklist, a travel checklist and an arrival checklist. These lists will help keep you organized throughout the transition process.
Call IHG Army Hotels – Fort McCoy as soon as you know your travel plans. The hotel has different room types to accommodate all your needs. Certificates of non-availability are no longer required for anyone traveling to Fort McCoy, as no government lodging is available on post. The IHG Army Hotels phone number is 608-388-2107.