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United States Army
Family Housing Office
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85635
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.
On-post family housing consists of one and two-story single-family homes and duplexes. Some homes on post date from 1884 and are part of the old Calvary Fort now listed as a state and national historic landmark. Through the Army’s Residential Communities Initiative (RCI), Fort Huachuca is constructing new homes and performing various levels of renovation to the existing units over the next five years. Currently there are 1,120 units available, 170 designated for officers and 950 for enlisted personnel. All houses are 3 to 5 bedrooms and range from 1,500 square feet for a 3 bedroom, 1,750 square feet for a 4 bedroom and 2,100 square feet for a 5 bedroom. The waiting times for assignment to on-post housing varies by rank and bedroom requirements. All family quarters on post are equipped with refrigerators and ranges. Cable television can be connected through Cox Communications or several satellite providers available in the area. Telephone service for quarters is available through QWEST Communications. Senior officers reside in a row of large adobe quarters along Grierson Avenue. These two-story homes date from 1884 and are part of the old cavalry fort now listed as a National Historical Landmark.
All Soldiers that are married or have legal dependants are eligible to reside in Family Housing. There is not a priority policy in place; Soldiers receive housing by the date they signed out of their last unit and by the availability of housing by rank and bedroom requirement.
Exceptional Family Member Housing units are available. Should available housing not contain adequate accessibility features, Mountain Vista Communities will work with the family to determine what accommodations can be made to improve accessibility.
Floor plans for units with accessibility features are identical to other units and are available for viewing at their website. For more information on Exceptional Family Member Housing please review the housing overview section on this site.
To Check on the Status of your Application:
PLEASE NOTE: To prevent miscommunication regarding your application, please wait 5 business days before contacting our office with questions or changes regarding your application. If you have general questions, please call or email us or visit our website at anytime.
To obtain on-post housing, the Soldier needs:
For spouses to apply for family housing, the following documents are required:
Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) barracks are available for Single Soldiers in the grade of E-5 and below. E-4 and below share a latrine and kitchen area but have private bedrooms. E-5’s have the entire suite. For more information contact the Barrack manager at 520-533-3534.
Soldiers in the grade of E-5 and below, are eligible to reside in UPH, as long as they are single. There are no unaccompanied quarters for enlisted Soldiers in the grade of E-6 and above or Officers.
Obtaining a room in the Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) barracks can be done after arriving on the installation; no application process is available. Command will notify barracks manager when Soldier is eligible to reside in the barracks. For more information contact the Barracks manager at 520-533-3534.
There are currently no Mobile Home parks on the installation, however there are several in the local community.