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United States Army
Via Vecchia Livornese
Pisa Italy 56018
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.
All military personnel must contact the housing office upon arrival in Livorno within two business days. The housing office is located on the 2nd floor of Building 725, Camp Darby, above the Community bank. Currently the Housing Office does not except walk in customers. Please obtain DSN & email contact information from your sponsor.
Government Leased Housing
To be eligible for an offer for quarters, the sponsor must report for duty, have signed in to their unit and be physically present to sign for quarters when offered. Quarters are assigned based on two factors: grade and family composition. If government-leased quarters are available, they will be offered to the service member first. Refusal of an offer for government-leased quarters may cause the service member’s temporary lodging allowance entitlement to be terminated.
In accordance with (IAW), Army in Europe (AE) Cmd Memo 2018-032, IMCOM Europe region is under 100% mandatory assignment policy when the occupancy is lower than 95%. Accompanied Soldiers in all grades must be assigned to available government quarters for their rank and bedroom category. E6 and below Soldiers who are unaccompanied or accompanied traveling without dependents must be assigned to the barracks upon arrival
Single Service Member Housing
Senior enlisted bachelor quarters and bachelor officer quarters – There are no BOQ facilities; senior enlisted bachelors and bachelor officers should plan on residing in economy housing.
Unaccompanied E-6 and below are required to live in barracks if space is available. Barracks and/or dormitory rooms are furnished and laundry facilities are located within the building; however, linens and blankets are no longer provided by the furnishings management office. Barracks are managed by the unit I.A.W the ABMP.
Off-post housing units ranging from one- to - four bedroom apartments and houses. Availability can be in short supply, particularly in certain seasons of the year. Approval to live in off-post housing with overseas housing allowance is on a case-by-case basis only. Arriving personnel should contact the housing office for further information.
Furnishings Management Office
All Department of Defense personnel who are eligible for furnishings support may request furniture and appliance support. Those residing in government-leased quarters or private rentals are authorized to receive a loaner set of furnishings for 90 days (incoming – until household goods arrive), and 60 days (outgoing – upon pickup of HHGs). The loaner sets will accommodate basic needs of beds, chairs, tables and other furniture needed to occupy housing in the absence of personal HHGs. The furnishings management officer may extend the incoming period if household goods shipments are delayed beyond 90 days.
Major appliances – washers, dryers, refrigerators and stoves, American Forces Network television decoders, wardrobes and freestanding kitchen cabinets, if required, are authorized to eligible DOD personnel for the duration of their overseas tour. Based on the aforementioned, do not ship major appliances to this community from the continental United States with your household goods.
DPW, Self Help Pick-up Point
Residents of government-leased housing are eligible to sign out equipment for household maintenance (lawnmowers, ladders, etc.) and some replacement supplies for quarters. Residents of barracks or dormitories need to coordinate requests for equipment or supplies through their barracks/dormitory manager/point of contact. Residents of private rental housing are able to borrow equipment (no consumable supplies are authorized for issue to private rental residents) while waiting for household goods to arrive, and when household goods have been shipped prior to a permanent change of station out. For hours of operation and contact information, go to the Garrison website.
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.
All government-controlled family housing at Camp Darby is leased housing in the community, within a 30-minute commute to Camp Darby. There are no on-post government-owned family housing dwelling units at Camp Darby. Visitors can access the website by U.S. Army Garrison Italy page or via Homes.mil