Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
When planning for a move with the military, you might consider moving into government housing. Government housing is owned and maintained by the Department of Defense and is typically on the installation. Eligibility and availability for this type of housing may vary by service member, family size and installation. Learn more about the different options, benefits and discounts that may be available to you through government housing.
Two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes are available. Fifteen village communities -- new construction, traditional housing and historic homes -- are conveniently located on Fort Belvoir. Visit The Villages at Belvoir website for examples of the types of housing available and for floor plans.
Six neighborhood offices serve military families living on post. Each office provides full-service property management to its neighborhood. The teams are there to assist you on weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. with all matters pertaining to your housing needs. Maintenance services include 24 hour emergency availability and landscaping for each home. For information about wait times, waiting lists or advance applications, contact the family housing welcome center at 888-740-9851 or 703-619-3877.
Eligibility and applications:
Fort Belvoir homes are available to all military families assigned to the Military District of Washington, D.C. Please contact the family housing welcome center for more information.
Housing services office:
All military members with families are required by Department of the Army to report to the housing services office as part of in-processing. The office is located at 9851 Harding Place, Building 258. The hours of operation are 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Call 703-805-3019.
Residential community liaison office:
Fort Belvoir housing is privatized under the Army's Residential Communities Initiative program. The program's goal is to improve quality of life for military families by offering safe, affordable and attractive residential communities. The intent of the program is to provide military families the same quality of life in housing as the civilians they defend. While Fort Belvoir Residential Communities is the owner, various private partners handle all of the day-to-day construction and operations activities.
As the Army's liaison to FBRC partnership, the residential community liaison office’s mission is to represent the interests of the residents in family housing and installation staff at Fort Belvoir. In general, and under normal conditions, residents will interact routinely with the property manager for normal day-to-day items related to family housing. However, from time to time, the residents may have a need to contact the RCLO to share their opinions about family housing or discuss other issues that may arise. The RCLO acts as a mediator between the residents and the property management team on any unresolved issues or concerns.
Although there are mobile home parks in the area, there are few vacancies and a waiting list of one to two years is common. It is advisable not to ship your mobile home until you can confirm a suitable parking site.