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United States Army
Housing Services Office (HSO)/Army Community Housing (ACH)
10720 Mount Belvedere Boulevard
Building P-10720 Clark Hall
2nd Floor Room A2-54
Fort Drum, NY 13602
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 Drum Mountain Community Homes, LLC, a partnership between the U.S. Army and Lendlease, provides quality privatized on post communities for Families stationed in the North Country.
Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes (FDMCH) maintains 3,782 homes on post varying from 2 - 5 bedrooms. Each home comes equipped with garage & automatic opener, private outdoor space, ample storage and washer & dryer hookups. Your rental rate covers utilities, weekly trash & recycling pick up, 24-hour emergency maintenance response, the assistance of a dedicated property management staff and an exclusive invitation to take advantage of all Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes' amenities and events.
We encourage every applicant to start the advanced application process in order to have the most time to plan their on-post move. Contact us today at 315.955.6644 or firstname.lastname@example.org. and a leasing consultant will be available to answer any questions you might have.
Apply, view our photos and floor plans at www.fortdrummch.com.
Single Service Member Housing – Barracks:
All Soldiers in the rank of SGT (E-5) and below who are not entitled BAH at the w/dependents rate are required to reside in the barracks. Soldiers are housed in 1+1 rooms (each person has their own bedroom and share a kitchen and bathroom, or 1+0 (private room and private bath). Dual military members in the rank of SGT (E-5) and below without other dependents who are assigned to different duty stations are not authorized BAH and shall reside in the barracks. Army barracks are managed by the troop units who enforce strict standards to ensure safety and unit readiness. Be sure to consult your unit chain-of-command for standards of living in the barracks.
Single Service Member Housing – Single/Unaccompanied Senior Enlisted and Officers
"The Timbers" features 192 one and two bedroom, suite-styled apartments for single and unaccompanied Soldiers SSG (E6) and above at Fort Drum. The apartment complex is located on Fort Drum next to the Rhicard Hills Housing area. Apartments feature ample storage, washer/dryer and 24-hour maintenance. Rent includes water, sewer, snow removal, landscaping, lawn care, 24-hour emergency maintenance response and the assistance of a dedicated property management staff. Rent will be determined by a "market-rate" system, residents of the Timbers make the most with their BAH and may pocket a portion of their hard earned money. The Timbers Leasing Office is located at 8925 Main Street and can be reached at 315-777-8000.
The current monthly rental rates are available by contacting The Timbers Leasing Office.
Off Post Housing Options
The overall housing market in the local Fort Drum area provides plenty of availability of adequate, affordable rental housing. Newer rentals and those rentals closer to post have typically higher rents than those older rentals and rentals farther from post. Newly arriving (PCS) Soldiers seeking larger homes, and four and five bedroom apartments should plan to spend more time finding an appropriate home and be prepared to broaden your considerations to include renting single family homes, purchasing a home and looking at rentals further out from Fort Drum. Single Service members who are not authorized to live in the barracks will be required to find housing in the local community and can use the same resources to find housing as married Service members in the FDMCH Welcome Home Center.
Housing options off post include apartments, duplexes, single dwelling homes, and mobile homes. Most homes are unfurnished and you will be required to sign a 12 month lease. Expect to pay a security deposit, first month's rent and pet deposit. Some landlords will require last month's rent as well. The Housing Services Office can assist with your off-post housing search.
Housing Services Office
The Housing Services Office at Fort Drum is called the Army Community Housing (ACH) office and is your contact for any problems you may encounter. They are located next to Fort Drum Mountain Community Homes in Clark Hall (Rm A2-54) and are available to assist for any problems you may encounter such as discrimination complaints, tenant/landlord disputes, or any questions or problems about off-post housing. The ACH office will provide you a list of rentals with corresponding locator maps and give you information regarding the communities in which the rentals are located.
Furnished apartments are difficult to find. Most landlords require a one year lease. It is extremely important that your lease contain a military clause allowing you to terminate your lease early should you deploy or receive PCS orders. Have the Housing Services Office (HSO) or Legal Assistance Office (LAO) review your lease prior to signing it.
The median home price in the local area is $128,000. There are an abundance of homes for sale in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties in the area. Options include single family dwellings, duplexes, townhouses, and mobile homes. The ACH office can provide information on home buying and local realtors can assist you in finding a suitable home to purchase.
Fort Drum does not have a mobile home park. However, there are mobile home parks in the surrounding communities with available rentals. Mobile homes are also available for purchase in the surrounding communities. If you purchase a new mobile home, you will need land to put it on. When purchasing a previously owned mobile home from a private party, you will need to ensure the land it sits on is part of the purchase; otherwise you will need to purchase land and move the home to it.
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.
We encourage every applicant to start the advanced application process in order to have the most time to plan their on-post move. Contact us today at 315.955.6644 or email@example.com.
Apply, view photos and floor plans at www.fortdrummch.com.
The overall housing market in the local Fort Drum area changes with deployments and re-deployments affecting occupancy rates. Contact FDMCH at (315) 955-6644 or Army Community Housing (ACH) at (315) 772-9397 or DSN (315) 772-9397 for assistance with your off post housing search.