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Housing Service Center: NAS Oceana
1596 Tomcat Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA 23460
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
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.
All military personnel, married or single, reporting to sea or shore commands in the Hampton Roads area are required to report to the Housing Service Center, before negotiating a lease or rental agreement for housing. Each Housing Service Center is authorized to maintain a signed acknowledgment of notification to military members of any housing areas restricted by sanction.
There are over 4,000 Public Private Venture (PPV) family housing units in the Hampton Roads area. Wait times for military housing vary and are dependent on rank, date of application and bedroom entitlement. Contact the housing office or visit CNIC Housing website for updated information on wait times and to view housing floor plans.
Upon receipt of your PCS orders, you may send a copy of your orders and a copy of your page 2 with a housing application (form DD 1746) to the Housing Service Center. Advance applications received by the Housing Service Center are put on waitlist with member's detachment date as the control date. All applications are referred to the PPV Partner for assignment of a home. For more detailed information regarding military housing in Hampton Roads, be sure to visit the CNIC Housing website. If the spouse submits the housing application, he/she will also need to bring a specific power of attorney from the service member.
Policy Two pets are allowed per family. No Chows, Doberman Pinschers, Presa Canarios, Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Wolf Hybrids or any mixes thereof are permitted in military housing. No barnyard or exotic pets such as chickens, ducks, ferrets, rabbits, reptiles etc. are allowed.
The Unaccompanied Personnel Housing Offices (UPH) at NAS Oceana and Dam Neck Annex house single sailors in pay grades E-1 thru E-4. Single service members who are E4 over 4 on both shore and sea duty are authorized to reside in the local community and be paid BAH. E4 under 4 stationed ashore and wanting to reside off base will stay in UPH barracks and be put on a waiting list until the UPH occupancy rate reaches 95%. At this point, E4 under 4 may be eligible to reside out in town and receive BAH entitlements. E3 and below are subject to the same rule as mentioned above with E4 having priority. Barracks restrictions include smoking (Designated area outside) and overnight guests. All guests must depart from the barracks by 10:00 p.m. (Weekdays) 12:00 a.m. (Weekends).
The phone number for Combined Bachelors Quarters is 757-433-3791 (Oceana) 757-492-6824 (Dam Neck)
Service members will need to bring a valid ID card, orders, emergency contact name, and an address and phone number where the member can be reached. In addition, the member must bring an automobile license plate number, a contact number, work number and a copy of their most current LES.
Newly reporting officers may be afforded transient berthing for thirty (30) days at the NAS Oceana or Dam Neck Annex Navy Gateway Inns and Suites. Transient berthing is at market rates of and is on a space available basis. Pets are prohibited.
For reservations call 757-644-0708 for NAS Oceana and 757-644-3362 for Dam Neck Annex.
Off Base Housing
Single service members and geographic bachelors are strongly encouraged to check in with housing before starting an independent housing search. The Housing Service Center assists service members to find housing in the local. The Housing Service Center has listings of affordable apartments, condos and mobile homes as well as a database of available houses for rent. Most rental properties require a 6-12 month lease; be sure your lease includes a military clause. There are very few furnished apartments for rent. The Housing Service Center can help with lease screening, and tenant rights and relations. Service members should contact one of the Housing Service Centers to speak to a housing counselor for more information. Housing Service Centers are located at:
NSA Hampton RoadsNaval Station Norfolk7924 14th StreetBldg. SDA-337Norfolk, VA 23505(757) 445-2803DSN 565-2803Fax (757) 444-1545Hours: M-F: 0730 - 1600
JEB Little-Fort Story2600 Tarawa CourtBldg. 1602, Suite 105Virginia Beach, VA 23459(757) 462-8939Fax: (757) 462-1244Hours: 0730 - 1600
Naval Air Station Oceana1596 Tomcat Blvd.Bldg. 280Virginia Beach, VA 23460(757) 433-3368/3268DSN 433-3368Fax (757) 433-3310
Hours: M-F 0730-1600
NWS Yorktown1970 Von Steuben Drive, Newport News, VA 23603(757) 847-7806DSN 953-7806Toll-free (800) 704-5488Fax (757) 847-7822Hours: 0800-900, 1000-1700