Naval Base San Diego Pass and Decal is located north of Main Gate (Gate 6) on Harbor Drive (Building 3436)
Responsible for the issuance of temporary vehicle passes, contractor badges, camera passes.
Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday, 0730-1630
Contractor Badges: Monday - Friday, 0730 - 1500
Closed Weekends and Holidays
For a temporary pass, you will need to show your automobile registration, driver's license, military identification card and proof of insurance. Liability insurance is mandatory in California and you must be insured for a minimum of $15,000 bodily injury (per person), $30,000 bodily injury (per accident), and $10,000 property damage (per accident).
Temporary Vehicle passes are issued at Pass and Decal (building 3436), Naval Base San Diego after hours, on weekends and holidays.
Traffic Court Judge
Responsible for the adjudication of all traffic and parking offenses
Monday - Friday, 0800 - 1430
Riders must wear an ANSI-approved helmet with the chin strap firmly fastened, a full face shield, shoes or boots with leather sides and hard rubber or leather soles, full finger gloves, full-length trousers and a long sleeve shirt or jacket. A yellow or orange reflective vest with a 1-1/2 inch to 2 inch wide vertical or horizontal reflective stripe in front and back must be worn as an outer garment.
To be able to ride and park a motorcycle on Naval Base San Diego, all riders must attend a motorcycle safety course before a decal will be issued.
Bicycles may be ridden on Naval Base San Diego; helmets are required. Bicycles must be registered with Naval Base San Diego Pass and Decal and the State of California.
Several locations are available for the mandatory registration and safety inspections:
Any fire station in San Diego, every day from 8 a.m. to noon, 1 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Registration costs $2 and is valid for two years.
Any fire station in Chula Vista or the Chula Vista Police Department Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration costs $4 and is valid for three years.
National City Police Department, Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon. Registration costs $2 and is valid for one year.
The state registration safety inspectors check to ensure the brakes make one wheel skid on dry, level pavement and that the rider can comfortably grasp the handlebars.