hospital.jpgThe U.S. Army Medical Command has established a Housing Environmental Health Responce Registry to address housing health or safety concerns for current or former housing residents. Read the full story online.

house.jpgEffective March 1, 2019, the Department of the Army has decided to suspend the Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) Energy Conservation Program until further notice. Read the full story online.

feedback.pngThe U.S. Army Public Health Center (APHC) has created an informational page concerning mold in family housing. You can get there by following this link.

document.jpgU.S. Military plans release of Tenant Bill of Rights. Read the full story online.

noun_238790.pngFort Leonard Wood leaders will visit all occupied homes on post to receive feedback from residents. Read the full story online.

house.jpgFort Leonard Wood Garrison Commander and Housing Division provide housing update: March 21, 2019. Read the full story online.

services5.png  Fort Leonard Wood Housing Update: Town halls, new hires, improved services highlight year of housing improvements. Read the full story online.

housing_feedback.pngSoldiers and their Families can now receive dislocation allowance ahead of a permanent change of station move. Read the full story online.

Mhouse.jpgore than 200 Army garrison commanders and command sergeants major traveled to San Antonio for the IMCOM Command Garrison Command Conference. Read about their conference here.

Fort Leonard Wood Garrison Commander Speaks with local media about housing

Hear the KFBD/KJPW interview here

Read the story with St. Louis Public Radio here