Information on precautionary site access restrictions to Fermilab's Batavia site in response to coronavirus/COVID-19
We continue to review all events currently planned for the next sixty days and organizers will be notified if their event must be canceled, postponed, or held remotely. Please, check back on Indico during this time for updates regarding your meeting specifics.
As DOE O 142.3A, Unclassified Foreign Visits and Assignments Program (FVA) applies not only to physical access to DOE sites, technologies, and equipment, but also information, all remote events hosted by Fermilab must comply with FVA requirements. This includes participant registration and agenda review. Please contact Melissa Ormond, FVA Manager, with any questions.

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5-6 December 2018
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
US/Central timezone

Fermilab: Directions and site access requirements

Fermilab site access

Visitors may enter Fermilab through any of the three entrances: Pine Street or Wilson Street in Batavia, Illinois, or the Batavia Road entrance in Warrenville, Illinois.

A valid photo ID is required to enter the Fermilab site, and you must also tell the security officer the purpose for your visit. All U.S. state-issued IDs are accepted at the security checkpoints.

Certain areas of the site and roadways are open to the public; others are accessible only with a Fermilab or DOE ID badge. If you need help finding your way around the site, the security officer can provide a map and give you directions to IARC. Roadways that are off limits to visiting members of the public are clearly marked with signs.

Meeting Location: IARC on Fermilab Campus. 
(Displays location of IARC facility in correlation with both Fermilab campus entrances).


Location of IARC on Fermilab Campus:
(Displays location of IARC facility in correlation to Wilson Hall)

Photograph of the meeting location: IARC building:

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