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Ft Riley Housing



On-post family housing is managed by Corvias Military Living. Corvias Military Living prides itself on dedication to providing outstanding customer service and the best communities for those who defend our country. Their mission is to deliver exceptional customer service as the premier provider of housing for military families. Since the company’s founding, Corvias has privatized housing at seven Army installations across the country, and manages a current portfolio of more than 24,000 homes. The company has been nationally recognized for its customer satisfaction ratings for the last five years. For more information about Corvias, visit


With Corvias, Fort Riley families receive personalized property management, maintenance and family services tailored to fit military living. On-post living at Fort Riley offers a community where families can live, work, play and serve. The communities also feature amenities commonly found in upscale residential neighborhoods. With a variety of floor plans available, on-post living is convenient and economical.

Benefits of Living on the Installation:
  • No commute or wait at the gate.
  • Convenient access to the Commissary, Exchange and recreation facilities.
  • No security deposit.
  • No credit check.
Features of Fort Riley Neighborhoods:
  • Pet friendly.
  • Kitchens with all major appliances.
  • Washer and dryer connections.
  • 24-hour emergency maintenance service.
  • Four modern and conveniently located community centers.
  • Outdoor gathering and common areas.
  • Four luxury swimming pools.
Services of Corvias Military Living Communities:
  • Lawn care.
  • Package acceptance.
  • Water, sewer and average electricity and gas included.
  • Waste and (opt-in) recycling collection.

In addition, Corvias hosts free, family-friendly events that residents are sure to enjoy. These resident activities provide another source for family fun and community living.


When designing neighborhoods, Corvias Military Living takes into account the needs of today’s military family. By July 2016, Corvias Military Living will have built more than 2,100 new homes and renovated more than 1,600 existing homes, including 253 historic homes.

In addition to new homes, Corvias Military Living has five Community Centers in the Forsyth, McClellan Place, Warner Peterson, Main Post and Ellis Heights neighborhoods. Each Community Center features staff offices, club room, media room, fitness center, play room, locker rooms, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool. Use of the Community Center amenities and pools are free to on-post families, regardless of which neighborhood you live in. For additional information, visit


A Corvias Leasing Specialist is ready to assist you with applying for on-post housing. Service members are eligible, with proper documentation, to apply for on-post housing as soon as they receive official PCS orders to Fort Riley. Applications can be submitted online. A completed application and all required documents must be received by Corvias Military Living’s Leasing Office in order for the service member to be placed on the waitlist. All required documents must be received within 10 days of application in order to maintain the eligibility date of the initial application. Documents received within 30 days of application will result in an eligibility date equal to the date the completed application packet is received. If the required documents are not received within 30 days of the application submission, the service member will be required to submit a new application. Please note that placement on the waitlist is not a guarantee that a home is available.


  • Completed housing application.
  • Current DD Form 1172 (Proof of Dependency, current within 90 days).
  • Completed DA Form 31 (Leave Form).
  • Current end-of-month LES Form.
  • Copies of orders assigning you to Fort Riley with any amendments.
  • Some situations may require additional documentation to be provided.

For more information on documentation required, visit


Personnel arriving at Fort Riley are not always assigned to on-post family housing immediately. Instead, they are placed on a waitlist until on-post housing is available. The wait time for available homes will vary depending on rank and bedroom requirements. Wait times published on the website are estimated and can sometimes change quickly based on activity that is difficult to predict.

There are several factors that affect wait times:
  • Number of Soldiers clearing family housing due to PCS or ETS.
  • Number of Soldiers retaining their homes.
  • Number of Soldiers reporting to Fort Riley from dependent-restricted tours.
  • Number of Soldiers on the wait list being bypassed due to lease obligations, TDY or other justified reasons.
  • Longer dwell times and shorter deployment orders.

Waitlists are maintained in a database to ensure maximum efficiency and fairness for all applicants. It is important to know your position on the waitlist is determined by your eligibility date, not the date you arrive at Fort Riley. Additionally, your waitlist number is not an indication of when a home will be available.


It is important to keep Corvias Military Living’s Leasing Office informed of any changes in your email address, telephone number, rank and unit telephone number at Fort Riley (if assigned). If you are called with a home offer and this information is not correct or you cannot be located, your name will be bypassed or removed from the waitlist.

If you have any questions, contact the Leasing Office by phone at 785-717-2258 or by email at


Fort Riley’s pet policy aligns with the Department of the Army’s standardized pet policy for privatized housing. For more information, see the Pet Policy sidebar below.

Corvias Military Living requires a $75 nonrefundable pet fee and $75 refundable deposit per pet. There is a three-pet limit in family housing. For more information, contact the Leasing Office at 785-717-2258 or visit to review the Resident Responsibility Guide pet policy section.


Housing Services Office provides off-post housing referral services to families and single soldiers and on-post housing to bona fide bachelor officers and senior NCOs. The Army Housing Online User Services, AHOUS, is a nationwide, joint service, DOD-sponsored website that offers a single source of available housing to incoming military and their families.

The website directly connects service members with local property managers via the internet, often facilitating a door-to-door move that saves time, expenses and headaches. Using the internet, incoming military and families are able to see an updated list of available housing from a large pool of diverse properties that will be available upon their arrival. The idea behind is simple and free of charge: local property managers and military installations register their available properties on the site often several months before the property will be available. These properties are then visible to incoming personnel when they search the site for available housing.

For more information about the local HOMES website, contact the Housing Services Office at 800-643-8991.


All incoming Soldiers are required to go to the Housing Services Office, 785-239-3525 or 800-643-8991, in the basement of Building 210 on Main Post. Office hours are 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday. The office is closed from noon to 12:30 p.m. daily. The office is closed holidays and RDOs. Referrals are made by the Housing Office to ensure the health, safety and morale of the Soldiers and their families who are, or will be, living in the dwelling unit. Guidelines come from AR 420-1, City and State Ordinances.


Bachelor Officer Quarters/Senior Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Building 27 Arnold Hall is on Historic Main Post. The BOQ/BEQ is available for any unaccompanied officer 0-1 thru 0-10 or NCO E-6 thru E-9 that would like to lease a BOQ/BEQ apartment. The minimum lease available is six months with no maximum. To lease a BOQ/BEQ apartment, contact the FSBP/UPH Branch Building 7305 or call 800-643-8991.


Your point-of-contact for any questions you may have concerning off-post housing is the Housing Services Office. The following information is to assist military families who will be renting a home in the off-post communities surrounding Fort Riley:

All rental units should be inspected by Housing Services Office prior to occupancy by a military family. The unit must pass either the city inspection or the Housing Services Office Health and Safety inspection.

Ensure that the lease contains a written military clause that would enable you to terminate your lease in the event that you receive PCS orders or deployment orders longer than 90 days. Otherwise, you would be liable for the remainder of the rent due until the end of your lease.

Caution: The military clause of the Service Member Civil Relief Act does not cover acceptance of government quarters. Accepting government quarters is not justification to break a lease or rental agreement.

When you are considering potential rental units, do not allow yourself to be rushed, inspect thoroughly and ask plenty of questions.

Determine the total amount you will be required to pay for rent and deposits, including deposits on utilities and for security and cleaning. Most landlords require a cleaning/damage deposit equal to one month’s rent. You will also be required to pay the first month’s rent in advance. Will you be required to pay utilities? If so, how much?

If you plan to get a pet, be sure you will be allowed to keep it at the place you rent. Most facilities in the area do not allow pets. Others will allow you to have a pet, but will require a deposit for your pet not to exceed one-half of a month’s rent.

Be sure you read all documents you sign very carefully. Remember, once you have signed the lease, you have entered into a legal contract. The landlord is the only one who can let you out of the lease unless the landlord is negligent in his part of the contract. Verbal agreements will not stand up in court. All agreements must be written and acknowledged by both parties.

To protect yourself, as well as the landlord, you should perform a walk-through of the property together upon move-in and again when you move out. This document should be signed by both parties and each should get a copy.

Get a receipt for all money paid with each item listed separately. Make sure you get a copy of the rental agreement and anything else you might have signed.

Renter’s insurance should be carefully considered. Should your household items be damaged or lost due to a fire, burglary, flood, broken pipes, etc., items lost would be replaced at your expense unless you have renter’s insurance. Also, under certain conditions, you may be liable for property belonging to the landlord, including the building and its contents.


We want to provide you and your family the best possible service and keep your property out of storage-in-transit. Avoiding storage-in-transit will eliminate the possibility of damage to your property from the extra handling.

Upon arrival of your property, personal property personnel have as little as two hours to instruct the carrier to deliver the shipment to your residence, or to place it in storage-in-transit. If you cannot be contacted, your shipment will be placed in storage-in-transit.

A shipment placed in storage-in-transit during the period May through September can require a minimum of seven to 10 working days from the date of request for the carrier to deliver to your residence. If not prepared, this could cause personal and/or financial hardship.


Advance pays are not a PCS entitlement. Advance pays are a tool to help you offset costs directly related to your PCS move. Advance payments are not approved for such costs as vacations, purchasing a new car or investments. You can get one month’s base pay, minus your deduction, at your losing station. You are eligible for up to two more advance payments at your gaining station.

However, written justification must be provided detailing extremely adverse circumstances and itemized expenses to get the second or third advance. Your advance payment will be prorated for repayment in 12 months.

To apply for advance payment, attend the Finance In- or Out-Processing brief given daily at Building 210. You must fill out the required documentation, FF Form 2560, and provide a copy of your PCS orders. For grades E-1 through E-4, the unit commander must approve the application.

Finance is the ultimate approving authority for all advances. If approved, payment will be sent electronically to your account.

Note: Advance payments are only approved in conjunction with a PCS move. Generally, the window is 30 days prior to movement and up to 60 days after arrival.


The pet policy for privatized housing on Fort Riley for dogs, cats and other specified pets is in accord with the Department of the Army’s standardized pet policy. A total fee of $150 will be charged for each pet. Half the fee ($75) is refundable; the other half is not. The maximum any resident will be assessed for pets is $450. There is a three-pet limit in family housing. Call the Leasing and Relocation Office at 785-717-2258 for more information or visit

The following breeds of dogs no longer are allowed on Fort Riley: pit bulls (American Staffordshire bull terriers or English Staffordshire bull terriers), Rottweilers, Doberman pinschers, chows and wolf hybrids. In addition, this prohibition is extended to other dogs that demonstrate a propensity for dominant or aggressive behavior as indicated by the following types of conduct: unprovoked barking, growling or snarling at people approaching the animal, aggressively running along the fence line when people are present, biting or scratching people and escaping confinement or restriction to chase people.

To check and see if your pet falls under the banned pet category or to register your pet, call the leasing and relocation office, 785-717-2258.


  • Selected as a Net Zero Water Pilot Installation.
    • Partnering with Environmental Protection Agency/Water balance study completed.
    • Native prairie areas save millions of gallons of water per year.
  • Four Gold and 24 Silver LEED Certified buildings.
    • LEED = Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
    • Numerous other buildings constructed to LEED or similar standards


Please note that, per contractual agreement, on-post residents can obtain cable television service through Vyve Broadband ONLY. This restriction does not apply to residents who wish to have satellite dish service.

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