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Weather Warning 09-037, valid 171745L SEP 14 until further notice, observed lightning is occurring within 5 miles of the Fort Hood Reservation. DOES NOT INCLUDE ROBERT GRAY AAF AND HOOD AAF. Weather Watch 09-024, valid 171400L SEP 14 until further notice, potential for lightning is forecast to occur within 5 miles of the Fort Hood Reservation.

SOLDIER AND FAMILY HOUSING

Housing in the greater Fort Hood community is accessible, available and attractive... quality housing abounds in the area. Ensure your house hunting trip starts at the Fort Hood Housing Referral Office with a myriad of resources available at your fingertips.

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Copeland Soldier Service Center

Fort Hood Housing Office
Located in Copeland Soldier Service Center
Bldg. 18010, Room B209
On the corner of Battalion & T.J. Mills blvd.

Phone: 254-287-4212 or DSN: 737-4212
Hours of operation: 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Visit DPW's Family Housing Site Online at:
www.hood.army.mil/dpw//Housing/Housing.aspx
Visit Fort Hood Family Housing Online at:www.forthoodfh.com/

Why Come by the Housing Office?

Residing in on-post housing is voluntary, not mandatory, except for personnel assigned to key and essential positions, as designated by the Installation Commander. All Soldiers with a family housing requirement are entitled to apply for on-post housing. Eligible Soldiers wishing to apply for housing should come to the Housing Office located on the 2nd Floor of the Copeland Soldier Service Center. Waiting list status on this web page is updated weekly.

Arriving personnel authorized to draw BAH are required to report to the Housing Office. The Housing Office provides assistance in obtaining suitable off-post (private rental) housing by maintaining a current listing of available rentals, by providing guidance for selecting off-post housing and entering into rental contracts. Most leases are for 180 to 365 days. Some 30 to 90 day leases maybe obtained.

Applying for housing…

Soldiers desiring to apply for on-post housing must do so within 30 days from the date they sign in to Fort Hood to receive an eligibility date back to the date of departure from last permanent duty station (provided they had dependents at the time.) If application is made after the initial 30 days, the eligibility date will be the date of the application.

Fort Hood no longer has permanent party bachelor quarters for officers and Senior NCOs. To apply for on-post housing, Soldiers are required to provide their orders assigning them to Fort Hood, DA FORM 31 (Request and Authority for Leave) form, and proof of dependency paperwork such as birth certificates, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, and custody papers, etc.

Guest housing available…

Guest House facilities are available on-post for all grades of military. Personnel of all ranks arriving and departing the installation on PCS have first priority for these facilities. Occupancy is normally limited to a maximum of 30 days for PCS personnel in order to accommodate as many sponsors and families as possible.

The Poxon Guest House is located in Bldg. 111, on Hood Road across from the Fort Hood National Bank. It is a modern 75 room, motel-type guesthouse with kennel facilities. Reservations for the Poxon Guest House can be made by calling (254) 532-5157 or writing: Poxon Guest House, Building 111, Fort Hood, Texas, 76544.

Keith Ware Hall is located in Bldg 36006 on Wratten Drive. Reservations: 532-5157.

Lodging facilities are open to all military personnel (all ranks/grades), their family members and guests and retired military. No pets allowed in guest rooms; outdoor kennels are available. All facilities are non-smoking. Playground in family areas.

Community kitchens in family areas Refrigerators, microwaves and coffee makers in each guest room Color television with cable and TV Guide. Free laundry facilities.

High-speed internet access in all guest rooms and free local calls.

Single Soldier Quarters

Fort Hood is committed to providing single Soldiers with a clean, healthy and safe living area that provides privacy and comfort. Barracks are centrally managed on Fort Hood. Many of the barracks have recently undergone remodeling to enlarge living space for each Soldier. Many new barracks complexes have been recently built.

Fort Hood’s goal is to provide rooms that house two Soldiers for specialists and below. Noncommissioned officers are provided their own rooms. When two or more Soldiers are assigned to one room, smoking and nonsmoking preferences are used to determine assignment of rooms. Sorry, no pets are allowed in barracks.

Family Housing

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Fort Hood Soldiers accompanied by family members on PCS orders, and are authorized to receive Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH), are eligible to apply for on-post housing. The Fort Hood Family Housing Office is located at the Copeland Soldiers Service Center, Building 18010, 2nd Floor, Wing B, and T.J. Mills Blvd. & Old Ironsides Ave.

It is recommended Soldiers communicate with the housing office prior to their arrival on post in order to find out what they need to do to be prepared to apply for housing.

Soldiers arriving with families can arrange temporary lodging by calling: 800-GO-ARMY-1 or DSN: 897-2790.

Housing at Fort Hood was one of the first in the Army to undergo privatization. Fort Hood Family Housing, a partnership between the Army and Actus Lend Lease LLC, partnered to build and remodel post housing. Fort Hood housing is some of the best in the Department of Defense and has been completely revamped at Fort Hood over the last five years. In addition to housing improvements, playgrounds, community centers and other common-use areas have been renovated.

Once assigned a home, Soldiers and their families will find that their needs will be met at convenient locations in their neighborhood. On–site property management offices are open in each community. Teams stand ready to provide high quality solutions for military families. Community management offices are open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Village Offices & Fort Hood Military Housing…

  • Comanche I & II Villages
    51814-1 Comanche Ave.
    254-285-2243
  • Comanche III & IV Villages
    53301 Drum Song Trail
    254-285-2289
  • Kouma & Montague Villages
    48810 Washington Street
    254-285-2245
  • McNair & Chaffee Villages
    6310 Tank Destroyer
    254-285-2251
  • Pershing & Venable Villages
    5649-2 Lockridge Loop
    254-285-2242
  • Wainwright, Walker & Patton Park Villages
    6310 Tank Destroyer Blvd.
    254-285-2251

Housing & Community Services…

Fort Hood has over 6,000 homes in 13 housing areas. Existing homes include single family and multi-family homes, from two to five bedrooms. Waiting list information is available at the Fort Hood Family Housing Office in Building 18010.

New four-bedroom homes, built primarily for Junior NCO (E4-E6) families were recently constructed.

New community centers have been designed to provide recreation facilities, resident programs, central parks, and playgrounds. In addition, on-site property management offices are located in these centers as part of providing high quality customer service in an inviting atmosphere for family and neighborhood gatherings.

Additional information can be obtained by the Fort Hood Family Housing main office at: 254-287-4212. You can also write to the Fort Hood Family Housing Office, P.O. Box D, Fort Hood, Texas 76544, or fax: 254-287-4052. Housing information is also available at: www.hood.army.mil/dpw/, www.forthoodfh.com/.

Off-Post Housing…

The Housing Office provides assistance in obtaining suitable off-post accommodations and information on available programs and referral services.

Referral Services include…
  • Deposit Waiver Program — assists Soldiers with deposits for utilities and rentals.
  • Current listings of rental properties — listings include housing in the surrounding communities for all grades and family sizes.
  • Counseling — provided for Soldiers selecting off-post housing and rental contracts, as well as assistance in resolving complaints between tenants and landlords.

The Housing Office provides Soldiers with a self-service resource room equipped with Internet access, phone services and computers to further assist with rental searches, vacancy listings, websites, locating off-post rental agencies and relocation. In addition to these services, information is also available on low-income housing, VA purchases, schools, food stamps, and the WIC program.

For additional information visit the Housing Office between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 1600 or call: 254-287-4212 FAX: 254-287-4899. You may also visit the website at www.hood.army.mil/dpw/ or write to the Housing Office, Building 18010, Hood Road, Fort Hood, Texas, 76544.

Deposit Waivers

The Deposit Waiver Program was established to ease the financial burden of relocating to or within the Fort Hood area. Over 200 landlords allow newly arriving Soldiers and Airmen assigned to Fort Hood to lease property without a security deposit. In addition, there are 16 utility companies within a 35 mile radius of Fort Hood who accept deposit waivers in lieu of security deposits.

Transient Lodging Division…

Facilities include Visiting Officer/Enlisted Quarters (VOQ/VEQ), and Distinguished Visitor Quarters (DVQ). Reservations for DVQ accommodations may be made through the Executive Services Office (SGS), telephone: 254-288-0223 or 254-287-5001.

Reservations for VOQ and VEQ accommodations may be made through the Transient Office located in Building 36006, 254-532-5157 or 254-287-2700.

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