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The RCI program is the cornerstone of the Army‘s efforts to eliminate inadequate family housing in the U.S. and ensure adequate housing for the long term. Quality affordable housing is a key well-being issue, and a significant contributor to retention and readiness. The RCI program is a vital component of the Army’s family housing program.
100% of all homes being QA inspected by certified government inspectors and to date over 2,500 homes inspected.

  • 6,015 Fort Riley residents served at the self-help store.
  • Since 2006: 2,117 new homes constructed, 1,754 homes renovated.
  • 1,260 residential solar energy systems
  • 48,830 Maintenance requests completed. 
  • 81.5% Satisfaction rating.

 FORT RILEY BRANCH TEAM

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Fort Riley Home Inspectors

The Fort Riley RCI Branch team not only provides services for our service members and families as resident liaisons, but also we are the Garrison Commanders Chief Advisor and he is responsible to provide oversight of our Partners performance and the 50 year ground lease

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Our offices monitor the General Officer Quarters, Utilities, maintain Quality Assurance Standards in Fort Riley homes, ETP’s, Property Management and Development oversight agreements as well as, Major Decisions, Municipal Services agreement and Incentive fees.

RCI is dedicated to building quality residential communities for Soldiers and their families. To accomplish this requires dedicated support from Government, Industry and Congress.

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