All visitors seeking access to Tobyhanna Army Depot need to bring valid photograph identification. Visitors wishing to drive onto the installation must have a valid Driver’s License, current vehicle registrations and a valid mechanical inspection. Vehicles entering the depot premises are subject to search at any time. Any visitor to the installation must enter through the Right Lane at the Main Gate to be processed.



Limited Use: The use of personal cellular phones is limited to certain restricted areas within the installation in order to prevent interference with the depot’s electronics maintenance mission. Acceptable locations include cafeterias and exterior locations not adjacent to functioning electronics equipment. Furthermore, cellular phones with integrated digital cameras with either still or video capabilities are prohibited at Tobyhanna Army Depot.

Prohibited Use: (Driver distractions) Vehicle operators and operators of Government owned vehicles shall not use cell phones unless the vehicle is safely parked or unless they are using a hands-free device. The wearing of any other portable headphones, earphones, or other listening devices (except for hand-free cellular phones) while operating a motor vehicle is prohibited. Use of those devices impairs driving and masks or prevents recognition of emergency signals, alarms, announcements, the approach of vehicles, and human speech.



  • All firearms and weapons
  • All personal protection items such as stun guns, mace, tear gas etc.
  • Explosives in any manner or form or parts of
  • Drugs and drug paraphernalia
  • All personal electronic radio equipment not approved by the FCC
  • Two-Way Radios
  • Unauthorized Unmanned Aircraft Systems
    • The operation of unauthorized unmanned aircraft systems, such as personal hobbyist or commercial drones, are prohibited on all Army installations.

    • If you see something, say something - unauthorized unmanned aircraft systems have the ability to surveil, disrupt or potentially strike Army assets. It is everyone’s responsibility to report all sightings of unmanned aircraft systems.

    • Army installations are the foundation of Army readiness; to protect our people, mission and assets, commanders have been authorized to use necessary force to damage, destroy or disable unauthorized unmanned aircraft.