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United States Army
Housing - Housing Services Office
1649 Evans Street
Bldg. 1225, Room 183
Fort Carson, CO 80913
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.
Family Housing on Fort Carson is owned and operated by Balfour Beatty Communities located in the Joel Hefley Community Center, 719.579.1606, Ext. 250. Housing is available for all ranks and ranges in size from 2 to 5 bedrooms, some of them are modified to meet Uniformed Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS). Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) enrollee's can contact the Army Community Service EFMP office for assistance, 719.526.0400.
Housing assignments and terminations of on-post housing are conducted by Fort Carson Family Housing leasing operations. Soldiers’ full with dependent Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) is applied as your monthly rent. If you are Dual Military, the senior Soldier’s BAH is applied. Stoves, refrigerators, and washer/dryer hook-ups are in all homes. Residents should be aware utilities are not free, Fort Carson participates in the Live Army Green program.
To apply for Family Housing, log on to Fort Carson Family Homes. Click on the How to Apply tab along the top. If homes are unavailable, you will be placed on a waiting list. Documents required for the application process include a LES statement, DD1172 DEERS Enrollment, and a copy of orders.
Soldiers should contact the Fort Carson Single Soldier Housing Office (SSHO), Bldg. 1225, Room 153, to obtain information regarding barracks space. If you are a Single Soldier who is E-5 (SGT) or below or a Dual Military Soldier with a spouse assigned to a different duty station and you do not have dependent family members (provide a copy of your spouse’s ERB), by regulation, you are not entitled to collect BAH and will be assigned a barracks room. If you are recently divorced, the SSHO will need a copy of your divorce decree and a DD Form 5960 (Start/Stop/Change BAH form) stamped by finance to be assigned a barracks room. For details, call 719-526-9709.
If you are interested in housing on post, you can also check with Peterson Air Force Base, Schriever Air Force Base, and U.S. Air Force Academy. All located in the Colorado Springs area. Dual Military Soldiers who are both assigned to Fort Carson are required to contact the Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) Specialist, Bldg. 1225, to obtain a Certificate of Non-availability (CNA) to reside on/off post. A Soldier should not enter into a legally binding rental or lease agreement until the CNA request has been approved. For details, call 719-526-0570.
Single Soldiers in the grade of Sergeant (E5) or below as well as Dual Military with a spouse assigned to a different duty station who do not have dependent family members (provide a copy of your spouse’s ERB) are not entitled to collect BAH and will be assigned a barracks room.
If recently divorced, the Single Soldier Housing Office (SSH) will need a copy of the divorce decree and a DD Form 5960 (Start/Stop/Change BAH form) stamped by finance to have a barracks room assigned.
Permanent Party Bachelor Officer and Bachelor SSG-CSM quarters are not available on Fort Carson. Soldiers in these groups must live off-post. Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) will be at without dependent rate.
Geographical Bachelors are not authorized to live in the barracks. A geographic bachelor is defined as a Soldier who is authorized BAH at with dependent rate who elects not to be accompanied by Family Members.