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Department of the Air Force
300 Vesle Dr
F. E. Warren AFB, WY 82005
Learn about the variety of housing possibilities available as well as information about setting up utilities in your home . Housing options are available to your unique situation including: housing for families, single service members, families that are enrolled in the exceptional family member program, pet owners and unaccompanied personnel. Explore your options to find a home that best fits your needs.
At F.E. Warren, military family housing is privatized. Balfour Beatty Communities owns the family housing and is responsible for maintaining, repairing, constructing and managing the community. Visit the Air Force Housing website to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for Airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Force bases world-wide. Contact 307-773-1840 or DSN 481-1840 for more information.
Base Housing is privatized and managed by Balfour Beatty Communities. The five housing areas are Atlas, Atlas Central, Historic Officer Bricks, Historic Sergeant’s Row and Peacekeeper Heights. More local housing information can be found at http://www.FEWarrenAFBHomes.com/. Currently, housing for certain categories can take up to 6 months to obtain. Inbound personnel are highly encouraged to contact their sponsor or the F.E. Warren Housing Office to verify their eligibility and current wait times. Additionally, traveling with pets can limit the number of rental properties available for inbound personnel. Contact the F.E. Warren Housing Office at 307-773-1840 or DSN 481-1840 for more information.
Dormitories are provided for unaccompanied Airmen between the ranks of E-1 to E-4 with less than three years of service. Unaccompanied Airmen outside these categories will move into off-base housing.
F.E. Warren has 12 dormitories with a total of 663 rooms. Each dormitory provides Airman with a private sleeping room equipped with furnishings, bed linens and supplies required for comfortable living. Room arrangements vary depending on the dorm. Five dormitories have a Dorms-4-Airmen style layout, where each resident has a private bed and bathroom, but share a common area with a kitchen, a living room with cable television, washer, and dryer with three other Airmen. Six dormitories have a one plus one layout, where each resident has a private bedroom but share a bathroom and a kitchen with one other Airman. One dorm is in the two plus two format where each resident has their own bedroom but shares a bathroom with one other resident. The common area kitchen and laundry are on the first floor.
All dormitories have the same restrictions: No pets, except for fish, are allowed. There is no smoking, vaping, or any type of tobacco use inside any dorm, no overnight guests allowed, no knives over three inches long, and all firearms must be stored in the Security Forces Armory. Archery equipment, paintball and air-soft guns are prohibited and cannot be stored in the dormitories.
For Military members & Families PCSing to F.E. Warren AFB
If you are PCSing to FE Warren, you may have your mail sent to the Official Mail Center for holding prior to arrival. Mail will be held for 120 days before it is returned to sender. Once you have PCSed to FE Warren AFB, you may receive mail for up to 90 days after arrival at the official mail center as you transition and get a permanent residence. In order to do this, you will need to show your orders or in-processing checklist to the Official Mail Clerk the first time you pick up mail. If you fall into this category, please address mail as follows:
Monday-Thursday 1 to 4:30 p.m. and Friday 1 to 3 p.m.
Once you have a permanent residence, you will must do the following to prevent your mail from being returned:
Enter Zip Code 82001 and search. You can reserve a box for 3, 6, or 12 month spans ranging from $16 to $454 depending on the box size you choose and the length of time you choose it for. If you want to receive Fed Ex or UPS packages, you will need to choose a PO Box location off base that says “Premium PO Box Services”. Once you have reserved a PO Box, you can go to that post office location and show your ID card to get your keys and PO Box Number.
If you are a Dorm Resident, you are authorized a PO Box at FE Warren Post Office (Building 235) paid for and verified by the Official Mail Center.
In order to receive a PO Box, you must:
Go to the FE Warren Post Office, building 235. Bring your photo ID & a copy of your orders or in-processing checklist. You must know your dorm residence to complete the form. Dorm street addresses can be found in front of your dorm building. You will also need to know your dorm room number (i.e. 101B). Complete a PS Form 1093, Application for Post Office Box.
You must address your mail exactly as above.
If you fail to address your mail as above, there is a chance it will be returned to sender. 6111 Randall Ave and your physical dorm location are not approved mailing addresses. All Mail addressed to 6111 Randall Ave or your physical dorm address will be returned to sender.
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Air Force Housing, 307-773-1840 or DSN 312-481-1840