About & Eligibility

> About Family Housing

Family housing is located at two installations in the Bavaria area: Netzaberg (near Tower Barracks in Grafenwoehr) and Rose Barracks in Vilseck.
 
The garrison has approximately 1,300 family housing units for accompanied military personnel.
 
Units are in multi-family apartment buildings locally known as stairwells.
 
The buildings have three to four floors with one to three stairwells per building and no elevator. There are apartments with two, three, four and five bedrooms.
 
Three to eight families share a common stairwell entrance and common area.
 
Each unit is equipped with a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and U.S. style washer and dryer, in the unit.
 
There are no air conditioners or garbage disposals.
 
Units have both 220V and 110V outlets, an uncovered parking space and single storage unit.
 
 

> On-Post Housing: Military Only

HOUSING ASSIGNMENT POLICY FOR THE ARMY IN EUROPEService members from all service branches on Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders will be mandatorily assigned to government housing to maintain optimum occupancy.
 
If government quarters are not projected to become available within 60 days of arrival, service members may be issued a Certificate of Non-Availability (CNA) to reside off-post.
 
Dependents must be listed on orders by name, birth date, dependent travel status identified as concurrent or delayed.
 
Sponsors are authorized one bedroom per dependent not including the spouse. Example: A sponsor with a spouse and three children will be authorized a 4-bedroom unit.
 
Sponsors who are expecting a child will be authorized an additional bedroom for the pending birth. Medical documentation is required.
 
Single-family homes are for designated command positions.

Pets

> Pets in On-Post Housing

Residents of Army Family housing (AFH) are responsible for maintaining and controlling their pets in accordance with AE Supp 420-1, Appendix DD .
 
Restrictions and responsibilities in AFH:
No more than two dogs or cats, or combination thereof, are authorized per dwelling unit. Other domestic pets (including birds, goldfish, and hamsters) may be kept in AFH. Exotic pets (for example, snakes) are prohibited.
 
Owners must register their cat or dog with the post veterinary clinic within 2 weeks after acquiring the pet or the arrival of the pet at their permanent station. The owner must present evidence of the pet's current vaccinations at the time of registration, maintain a vaccination record, and update required vaccinations as necessary. Vaccinated animals will receive rabies tags that must be worn by the animal at all times.
 
Sponsor and their spouses will ensure that pets are controlled so they do not become a public nuisance or menace. Animals that habitually bite, scratch, attack, or otherwise threaten people without provocation are a community health menace and will not be allowed in Government-controlled housing or facilities. A severe incident (for example, an animal attacking an individual) is cause for removal of the offending animal, regardless of the absence of prior incidents.
 
Pet owners residing in AFH are subject to host nation (HN) laws governing the treatment of pets. HN law and Army in Europe policy prohibit inhumane and abusive treatment of animals. Inhumane and abusive treatment is defined as any act or omission whereby an animal's physical or psychological wellbeing is compromised unnecessarily. Punishment for violation of HN law may be in the form of fines or removal of the pet from the owner's possession. In cases where owners are negligent in pet care or supervision, immediate action will be taken to have the pet removed from the area.
 
Breeding pets and the construction and maintenance of kennel-type operations are prohibited in Government-controlled housing When outside the owner's quarters, animals must be kept on a leash and accompanied by an individual capable of controlling the pet. Children under the age of 12 without adult supervision are considered incapable of controlling pets.
 
Dogs and cats must not be allowed to relieve themselves on balconies, playgrounds, or within 50 feet of Family housing buildings. Pet owners will clean up excrement from their pets. Building coordinators may designate pet-walk areas that building residents who are pet owners will be responsible for maintaining.

Hours & Contact

> Customer Service

  • For any question or request on housing issues not listed on this page or any other linked pages, contact us at: DSN 526-4347, CIV 09641-70-526-4347, EMAIL 
  • Visit our  HOUSING HOMEPAGE
     

> DPW Customer Support

  • Request maintanence support for on-post housing and government leased/owned repairs (housing and appliance) across USAG Bavaria.​​​​​​
  • Phone: DSN 526-4379, CIV 09641-70-526-4379
  • SUBMIT A WORK ORDER


> Application Form

  • Email for questions about housing applications
     

> Grafenwoehr/Vilseck

  • Assignment and Termination: DSN 526-4345, CIV 09641-70-526-4345, EMAIL
  • Government Leased/Owned: DSN 526-4379, CIV 09641-70-526-4379,  EMAIL
  • Private Rental (Off-Post): DSN 526-4346, CIV 09641-70-526-4346,  EMAIL
  • Unaccompanied Housing RB: DSN 599-4022/4021, CIV 09641-70-599-4022/4021
  • Unaccompanied Housing TB: DSN 526-4360, CIV 09641-70-526-4360​​​​​​​
     

> Hohenfels

  • Assignment & Termination: DSN 522-8513, CIV 09472-708-8513​​​​​​​
  • SEQ & BOQ: DSN 522-8509/8511, CIV 09472-708-8509/8511​​​​​​​
  • Furnishings: DSN 522-8510, CIV 09472-708-8510​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • Private Rental: DSN 522-8516, CIV 09472-708-8516​​​​​​​
  • Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH): DSN 522-8509, CIV 09472-708-8509​​​​​​
     

 > Garmisch

  • Housing Office DSN 440-3660/3531, CIV 08821-750-3660/3531