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United States Army
Housing Services Office (Off Post)
2702 Michigan Ave
Soldier Support Center
Fort Campbell, KY 42223
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.
There is no government housing on post. On-post housing at Fort Campbell has been privatized. Campbell Crossing Limited Liability Company is the privatized housing community located at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. CCLLC is a lend-lease community formed through a partnership with the U.S. Army. There are 4,457 homes on post.
Upon arrival, Fort Campbell's families are important to us. Those who choose to make CCLLC the place to call home can expect to be supported by a professional team who is eager to serve our military families.
Our goal is to make the transition into your home at Fort Campbell as stress free as possible. We strive to provide quality and timely services in a friendly and welcoming manner. Our Leasing Center staff is available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and can be reached by calling 931-431-9003. You can also visit the CCLLC website.
Visit the military housing and the Army Housing websites to search for local communities’ housing off-post.
On-Post Housing – Campbell Crossing LLC Privatized Housing
Upon arrival, Fort Campbell's families are important to us. Those who choose to make CCLLC the place to call home can expect to be supported by a professional team eager to serve our military families.
CCLLC’s goal is to make the transition into your home at Fort Campbell as stress free as possible. We strive to provide quality and timely services in a friendly and welcoming manner. Our Leasing Center (LC) staff is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and can be reached by calling 931-431-9003 or by visiting our website.
Soldiers with accompanying family members living with them may apply with CCLLC 3 different platforms:
1. Online: access the online application by clicking on the "Apply Now" button at http://www.campbellcrossingllc.com/ ;
2. FAX: Download a PDF version of the application and supporting documents to the CCLLC Leasing Center at (931) 431-2765 ; or
3. Walk-in: visit the main Leasing Center located in the Soldier Support Center, 2702 Michigan Avenue, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Simply visit the CCLLC website and click on "Apply Now" to complete and submit an application. Listed below are supporting documents required to complete an application:
Listed below are additional documents that may be needed to complete the application process as well:
Waiting List for On-Post Housing
What determines my position on the waitlist? There are two important factors in determining the position on the waitlist - eligibility and priority.
How is eligibility date determined? Your eligibility dat is the date of sign out from your last duty station (verified by your DA Form 31), or application date if the application is submitted more than 30 days past your report date on your orders to Fort Campbell. Please keep in mind previous residents who moved out, there is a 6 month waiting period to apply to live with Campbell Crossing again.
What are the different priorities? After eligibility date is established, the next factor in your position on the wait list is priority. Priorities are determined using a five-tiered system. Visit https://winnmilitary.entrata.com/media_library/12710/5eb5a0003872a9.30177212384.pdf to see Chart 1. For questions on your priority, please visit the website or call the Leasing Center at 931-431-9003 to speak to your Leasing Center.
There are 4,457 family quarters on post.
Wait List – Waiting times and position status do fluctuate depending on the time of year; plus, service members continuously in-process with various eligibility dates and lease commitments. Once you are placed on a waiting list, please contact CCLLC. There are two important factors in determining the position on the waitlist - eligibility and priority.
You may call the CCLLC housing team to review what paperwork you need to determine your eligibility and average waiting time for housing. The office number is 931-431-9003 or visit CCLLC online.
Soldiers eligible to apply for on-post housing are:
Documents required to apply for government housing are:
On-post housing at Fort Campbell is privatized. CCLLC is the privatized housing community located at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. CCLLC is a lend-lease community formed through a partnership with the U.S. Army.
Contact CCLLC at 931-431-9003. For more information on CCLLC, access our website or visit us at the Soldier Support Center, 2702 Michigan Avenue.
Single Service Member/Unaccompanied Housing
Army Barracks Management Program
Assignment to the barracks is mandatory for all E-1 to E-5 soldiers assigned to Fort Campbell who are single and have no dependents and for unaccompanied soldiers who are married to other service members not stationed on Fort Campbell. Single soldiers in pay grades E-1 to E-5 must be authorized via a Certificate of Non-availability, signed by the garrison commander, to reside off post. Single soldiers and soldiers who are geographically separated from their families in pay grades E-6 and above are not authorized to live in the barracks and are required to live off post.
All barracks on Fort Campbell, Kentucky, meet the 1+1 standard or equivalent. Each room houses two soldiers who share a common bath and kitchen area. Soldiers are assigned to barracks based on the requirements of their unit. The sizes of the rooms vary but meet the minimum square footage as required by the Army Facilities Management Army Regulation 420-1. All rooms are furnished with beds, night stands, dresser, chest and entertainment center. Soldiers must provide their own linens or can request them through their chain of command.
Restrictions on use of personal cooking items, burning of candles and incense, overnight guest and pets are outlined in the Commanding General's Policy. For more information please call 270-798-0673.