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United States Army
Housing Services Office (Off Post)
2702 Michigan Ave
Soldier Support Center
Fort Campbell, KY 42223
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.
Fort Campbell Housing Services Office – Assistance with Off-Post Housing
Fort Campbell Housing Services Office
The HSO is located at the Soldier Support Center, 2702 Michigan Avenue. The office can be reached by phone at 270-798-3808.
All service members, regardless of grade or marital status, are advised to report to the HSO prior to entering into an agreement to rent, lease or purchase off-post housing.The HSO staff understands how stressful moving can be for our service members and their families. We want to make this transition as seamless as possible. We welcome family members who require our services, especially when their military sponsors are deployed or on temporary duty away from the Fort Campbell community.The Fort Campbell HSO provides information and assistance in renting, leasing and purchasing off-post housing. Visit or call the HSO and allow our trained staff of professionals to assist you and your family with your off-post housing needs. Presently, there are no mobile home parks on post and no government-owned or -leased housing off post. For more information, visit the Fort Campbell HSO website.
The Fort Campbell HSO provides the following off-post services:
Permissive Temporary Duty Travel
PTDY stamp is not required.
Service members on PTDY for house hunting in conjunction with permanent change of station leave are no longer required to report to the HSO on the first day of PTDY to receive a housing date stamp. Effective March 29, 2018, the Department of the Army has rescinded the requirement for garrison housing services offices to date stamp PTDY for house hunting. The local Installation Defense Finance and Accounting Agency will ensure that service members have procured the date stamp.
Do not sign into the replacement company! Your PTDY will end on the date specified on your DA Form 31 or the date you sign into Fort Campbell, whichever comes first. If the leave form does not have proper approval authority, Finance will charge you for a regular annual leave instead of PTDY.
This is in accordance with Army Regulation 600-8-10, paragraph 5-31a.: "Commanders of units normally commanded by officers in the rank of lieutenant colonel or higher, are authorized to approve when the period of absence is 10 days or less."
Residential Lease Agreement
A residential lease agreement can be an oral agreement and recognized as a binding lease; however, it is advised you use a written lease to clearly document contractual rights and obligations of both parties. You and the rental agent/landlord should initial any additions or deletions made to the lease. Read and be sure you understand the lease before signing. If you have any problems understanding the lease agreement, you may request assistance from the staff judge advocate or HSO to review it.
Most rental agencies require you to pay a fee to complete an application/credit check to obtain a residential lease agreement. Credit checks are conducted to obtain payment histories with your previous landlords. If you are denied an opportunity to lease a residential rental unit due to unfavorable credit, do not continue to apply as the cost will add up fairly quickly. We have established long-term relations with many local area property managers, so please visit the HSO before you complete another application and pay additional credit check fees. The HSO is located in the Soldier Support Center, 2702 Michigan Avenue. You may also contact us via telephone at 270-798-3808.
Security DepositsA security deposit may be required by a landlord before you move in and is usually the equivalent of one month's rent or less, or none at all. This deposit may be used to cover damages above normal wear and tear or under certain circumstances may be used to cover unpaid rent when you move out. If you keep your rental in good shape so that there are no charges for damages involved and no rent is due, you should ask for your security deposit back. Remember, security deposits are not advanced rental fees and are not to be used to pay your last month's rent.
Rental Partnership Program
The RPP’s goal is to defray the initial cost of renting through reduced or waived security deposits, discounted rent and application fees. The RPP assists military members in obtaining quality, affordable off-post rentals. It is mandatory that military members establish a military allotment to be enrolled in the program.
DiscriminationIt is unlawful for a landlord to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, handicap or familial status. If you feel you have been discriminated against, contact the HSO immediately.
Rentals in Clarksville, Tennessee, and Oak Grove and Hopkinsville, Kentucky, are very affordable. (See table below.)
Fort Campbell Off-Post Community HousingOff-Post Housing Average
Off-Post Housing Average Costs
Monthly Rent Ranges
Monthly Median Rent
Estimated Monthly Utilities Cost
Estimated Monthly Renters Insurance
$1,100 and up
$1,400 and up
$240 and up
Cautionary AreasFort Campbell publishes an off-limits establishment listing. A copy is contained in each in-processing packet issued by the HSO. Ensure that you are aware of the off-limits areas before you commit to an area. Please remember that visiting an off-limits establishment may be punishable under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Lastly, although an area may not be listed as off-limits, you should check with the HSO before visiting any area. There are areas located within the Fort Campbell Military Housing Area that have questionable activities and you should exercise caution. Please visit the HSO for specific and detailed information.
Visit InMyArea.com to search for utility providers based on your zip code. This website serves as a one-stop shop where you can explore your options, compare prices and purchase services.
On-Post Housing – Campbell Crossing LLC (CCLLC) Privatized Housing
Fort Campbell on-post housing is privatized and managed by CCLLC. Houses are available to all ranks. Houses range in size from two to five bedrooms, and some of the units are handicapped accessible. Call 931-431-9003 or visit the Housing Office website.
Eligibility DateFor permanent change of station (with or without temporary duty travel en route), eligibility date is the date departed last permanent duty station as indicated on DA Form 31, provided you apply for housing no later than 30 days after reporting. For PCS from a dependent-restricted overseas location, eligibility date is based on date departed previous duty station for the dependent-restricted tour (maximum 14-month credit), provided you apply no later than 30 days after reporting. For all others, eligibility date is based on date of application.Hold/Inactive StatusIf you are unable to accept a housing offer for reasons beyond your control, such as hospitalization, emergency leave, restrictive lease clause or unavoidable delay of family's arrival, you may be placed in a hold/inactive status. Once you are able to accept housing, you will retain your relative position on the active waiting list.Changing Waiting ListsIf you request and are allowed to change from one waiting list to another due to a gain in rank or change in dependent status, you will retain your relative position on the waiting list.
CCLLC On-Post Housing
CCLLC is a 50-year partnership created between the Department of the Army and Lend Lease through the Military Housing Privatization Initiative. Since December 2003, CCLLC has developed more than 1,200 new homes and renovated more than 2,500 homes and will continue to finance, develop, build, renovate and operate the site for 50 years. CCLLC has also built four community centers, the first zero energy multi-family home and the first Boundless Playground® on a military installation.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Housing
EFMP enrollment does not guarantee special consideration for priority housing, appointments or other benefits not routinely available to families. By completing a Reasonable Accommodation Request (provided by your LC), CCLLC will be able to evaluate any architectural and environmental recommendations.
On-Post Housing – Campbell Crossing LLC Privatized Housing
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.
Soldiers with accompanying family members living with them may apply with CCLLC by visiting the main Leasing Center located at the Soldier Support Center, 2702 Michigan Avenue, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CCLLC does accept advance housing applications. 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
Waiting lists are established for each designation of housing by bedroom composition. The sponsor's grade and bedroom requirement will determine the waiting list on which the name is placed. The relative position on a waiting list will be determined by the following: