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Department of the Air Force
Housing Management Office
21 MacDill Boulevard
Washington, DC 20032
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.
The Housing Management Office is your link to both on-base and off-base housing information. Experienced, knowledgeable personnel will assist you with on-base housing assignments, as well as off-base rental and sales listings of houses and apartments within the National Capital Region (NCR). If specific information regarding on-base or off-base housing is required prior to arrival, please contact the Housing Office.
Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling is located in southeast D.C. Local areas considered within a 60-minute commute off base during rush hour traffic include the entire area of D.C., nearly all of Prince Georges County, small portions of Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and Montgomery Counties in Maryland, as well as the city of Alexandria, most of Fairfax County and all of Arlington County in Virginia.
Finding a home off base is fairly easy, however, the associated costs may be higher than what you are currently paying. Pets routinely require a substantial deposit in many local area rentals.
Single Service Member Housing
Single permanent-party members in grades E-4 and below are required to reside in the dormitory and must report to their First Sergeant and/or the dormitory superintendent upon arrival for room assignment. There is limited single NCO accommodations on base but there are more located within the NCR. Geographical Bachelor housing is possible on a space available basis. USAF Honor Guard and USN Ceremonial Guard personnel are assigned to their own dormitories near their units.
Housing in the local community runs the spectrum from studios, furnished and unfurnished apartments, townhomes, house rentals and new home construction as well as resale--city, suburban, small town, rural. Those seeking a more metropolitan setting may choose to live in the District. Those seeking a rural setting may choose the farther reaches of Charles, Calvert or St. Mary's Counties in Maryland. Many choose to live in Alexandria, Virginia, or to commute from further south in Virginia.
There are no mobile home lots on base, however, several are available in the local area.
Where you chose to live is a highly personal matter and you need to take into consideration your needs and preferences as well as those of your family. We suggest you visit the area and drive around; talk to people already here. If you plan on a house hunting TDY, consider contacting a realtor to show you around the available properties. Regardless of what you choose to do, the housing office should be your first stop. They can provide information on housing availability and lists of housing in the area tailored to your needs.
Housing Referral Office (HRO) -- Your contact for any problems you may encounter (discrimination complaints, tenant/landlord disputes, or any questions/problems about off post housing) is the HRO. Staff are available to assist you in a person to person basis to make your move to this installation an easy and pleasant one. They can provide a list of rentals with corresponding locator maps and give you information regarding the area in which rentals are located.
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.
JBAB is located in southeast D.C. Local areas considered within a 60-minute commute of base during rush hour traffic include the entire area of D.C., nearly all of Prince Georges County, small portions of Anne Arundel, Calvert,Charles and Montgomery Counties in Maryland, as well as the city of Alexandria, most of Fairfax County and all of Arlington County in Virginia. Finding a home off base is fairly easy, however, the associated costs may be higher than what you are currently paying. Pets routinely require a substantial deposit in many local area rentals.
Please contact the Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling Housing Office at 202-404-1840 or the Welcome Center operated by Hunt at 202-562-2631 for more information.