Family Housing Assignment Policies
- When Soldier/spouse is contacted by RCI Private Partner that on-post housing is
available for assignment, certain documents may be required:
Additionally, the following options are available:
- Current LES
- Special Power of Attorney
- Cleared Rent Deposit Waiver (if you participated in the program)
- Make an appointment to sign for on-post housing.
- Request to be put on administrative/lease hold if quarters cannot be accepted at
- Decline quarters and remove name from the waiting list.
- When Soldier elects option to make an appointment to sign for on-post housing,
procedures will be as follows:
- Make an appointment with the RCI Private Partner to meet with a RCI Private
Partner representative at the unit.
- The representative will note any damages or deficiencies.
- Soldier/spouse will either accept or decline quarters.
- If Soldier/spouse decides to accept the unit, a housing agreement must be
signed which initiates an allotment for rental payment for the amount of the
- Soldier/spouse will return to the perspective village, to pick up assignment
orders. Effective date of orders will be the day quarters are signed for.
- After receipt of assignment orders, Soldier/spouse may proceed to the
Transportation Office (Building 18010) to arrange for delivery of household
- If the unit is not large enough to accommodate household goods, a request
for non-temp storage may be submitted within 30 days of signing for on-post
- When Soldier/spouse is unable to accept on-post housing (TDY, leave, hospitalization)
he/she may be placed on administrative hold, not to exceed 6 months. Soldiers under a
lease obligation, may request to be put on lease hold status for up to 1 year with
presentation of a valid lease. Soldier must notify RCI Private Partner when ready to
occupy on-post housing. A spouse may sign for on-post housing in the absence of the
Soldier with a Special Power of Attorney.
- Soldiers with rental deposit waivers dated after 14 Nov 99 , must fulfill the lease
term agreement before being assigned on-post housing.
- Soldiers may voluntarily request removal from the waiting list at anytime. Should
they later decide to reapply for on-post housing, eligibility date will be the date the
new application is completed. Therefore, Soldiers are encouraged to remain on the waiting
list until housing are offered.
- Additional or specific questions may be answered by calling (254) 287-4212 or (254)