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United States Army
Leasing and Relocation Office – Corvias Military Living
45 Barry Avenue
Fort Riley, KS 66442
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.
Privatized housing managed by Corvias Military Living. There are seven neighborhoods on post. Family Housing at Fort Riley is assigned by rank and bedroom qualification. The time on the wait list vary depending on the neighborhood and rank. To start an application, check floor plans, pictures, and more information visit their website or contact them at 785-717-2258/2210/2200.
A maximum of 2 pets, dogs or cats, in any combination is authorized per household. Residents will pay a refundable pet deposit of $150 for each pet, maximum $300. Pit Bulls, American Staffordshire Bull Terriers, English Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers, Chows, wolf hybrids, and crosses of these breeds are not allowed in Fort Riley Family Housing.
Soldiers assigned to Ft Riley must in-process through housing. Soldiers must apply for quarters within 30 days of signing in to Fort Riley in order to qualify for a backdated effective date of the detachment date from your previous duty station.
Required Documents for On-Post Housing Eligibility
Completed Housing Application and the following as it applies to each Service Member.
If you are a NEW accession to the Army and Fort Riley is your first duty station, you will need:
Existing Service Members (at Fort Riley for more than 30 days):
Restricted Tour Returnee:
First Sergeant’s Barracks Program (FSBP) is an IMCOM initiative that ensure our American Warriors receive the best possible living accommodations we can afford. FSBI will standardize how we manage our single Soldier housing (SSH) throughout the Army. This will have profound impacts on how Soldiers are moved into and out of their living quarters, to what extent the unit is involved with the barracks and how the barracks facilities are maintained.
Single E5 and below are required to reside in the barracks, unless barracks space is not available. A service member married to another service member who is stationed elsewhere and who is entitled BAH at the without dependent rate will also be required to reside in the barracks.
When Soldiers are moved into a room/space they are personally liable and sign a “hand receipt” for the furnishings and equipment. “Swapping or movement” of furniture or equipment causes loss of accountability, penalizing Soldiers who take good care of their furnishings and equipment. Soldiers are responsible for individual room cleaning incident to clearing the room/space (per AR 420-1 paragraph 3-54 d(1)).
Bachelor Officer Quarters (BOQs) are available for bona fide bachelors in the Main Post area. "Bona Fide Bachelors" are Soldiers entitled to BAH at the "Without Dependents" rate. "Geographic Bachelors" are Soldiers entitled to BAH at the "With Dependents" rate, but not accompanied by their Family members. Geographic Bachelors are not authorized to reside in the BOQ. All interested bona fide officers must report to the Housing Office for application and assignments.
Contacts for the FSBP can be reached at the 4 different area offices. The following phone numbers are (785) 239-6937,(785) 239-3292, (785) 239-3301 and (785) 240-5159. The hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. After Duty Hours: soldier reports to unit SDO/SDNCO. You may submit service orders by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Must have court documentation awarding full custody of the child (to include joint custodial custody of 6 months or more).
Dual Military: Both Service Members must be stationed at Fort Riley in order to qualify for housing unless they have dependents listed on their orders. If there are no dependants, both Service members must be at Fort Riley to be placed on waitlist.
Single Pregnant Soldiers: Single pregnant soldiers are eligible to be placed on the waiting list after they have completed their
Power of Attorney MUST be present if acting on behalf of a Service Member to get on waitlist.
Special Power of Attorney MUST be present if acting on behalf of a Service Member to sign for a home.
DD93 MUST be within one year old, NO handwritten copies accepted.
Availability of quarters vary; depending on the waiting list for which you are eligible. In most cases, you will need to reside off post until quarters become available. All quarters are equipped with a range and a refrigerator. Each unit is equipped with central heating and air conditioning. You can check the waiting list online. If you have an Exceptional Family Member that needs handicap accessibility, the Special Service Program Manager will review and approve the case, then housing will be modified as needed to accommodate that family member's needs.
Although Fort Riley has over 3,000 sets of Family Quarters that accommodate approximately 53% of eligible families, you will not necessarily receive quarters right away. Therefore, temporary lodging should be secured in advance prior to arriving with your family. Lodging is not given automatically and you must be prepared to pay for temporary lodging while you secure more permanent living quarters on or off post.