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Dyess AFB Housing: 10 On-Base Options (2021 Edition)
Dyess AFB Housing: 10 On-Base OptionsDyess AFB Housing: 10 On-Base Options

Dyess AFB Housing: 10 On-Base Options (2021 Edition)

Introduction

So you’ve been assigned orders to a new base, and now you’re looking for a place to live. House hunting in the military can be challenging, especially if you’re doing it from afar and don’t know much about the area you’re moving to next. Don’t worry! Read on and use this guide to learn more about the housing options available to you on and near Dyess (AFB) Air Force Base.

Suggested Read: Dyess Air Force Base: In-Depth Welcome Center

Dyess AFB BAH

Dyess AFB BAH

You can follow this link to look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for your rank and ZIP code. This will help you create your budget and guide your home search.

To learn more about what goes into your military BAH rate, visit our in-depth guide here.

Dyess AFB Barracks

Unaccompanied personnel housing is for unaccompanied Airmen in the ranks of E1 to E3 and E4 with less than three years of service. Unaccompanied personnel housing can be reached at 1 (325) 696-4402 or 1 (325) 696-4996. If you’re planning to live on base and don’t have a family you’re bringing along, this could be a great resource for you. Visit Dyess AFB’s housing website for more information.

Dyess AFB Housing Office

Dyess AFB Housing Office

If you will not be living in unaccompanied housing at Dyess AFB, the Military Housing Office should be one of your first stops. This office offers relocation services and information and support for Airmen and families as they move to their new base.

Dyess AFB Military Housing Office

481 Fifth St.
Dyess AFB, TX 79607
Phone: 1 (325) 696-2150

Dyess AFB Family Homes

Dyess AFB Family Homes

At Dyess AFB, military family housing is privatized. In addition to your option to purchase or rent housing in the local community, you may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with Balfour Beatty Communities or Hunt Military Communities, which own the family housing communities and are responsible for constructing, maintaining, repairing, and managing the communities.

Dyess AFB’s military family housing communities offer a variety of house styles and floor plans. Neighborhoods provide easy access to playgrounds, picnic areas, sport courts and base recreation facilities.

School-age children living in and near Dyess AFB military housing attend schools in the Abilene Independent School District, Wylie Independent School District and Jim Ned Consolidated Independent School District.

For more information on schools at and around Dyess AFB, check out our in-depth guide here.

Applying for military family housing is easy, but don’t hesitate to contact the leasing and community management offices if you have questions.

Balfour Beatty Communities Leasing and Community Management Office

32 Louisiana Road
Dyess AFB, TX 79607
Phone: 1 (325) 701-9276

Hunt Military Communities Leasing Office

5802 Kala Drive
Abilene, TX 79606
Phone: 1 (325) 690-6698

Note: Dyess AFB military housing is available for active-duty service members, retirees, veterans, DOD employees, other service branch members and civilians.

Benefits of Living in Base Housing

  • No application fees.
  • No credit checks.
  • No security deposit.
  • Short commutes, and no wait at the gate.
  • Convenient access to the commissary, exchange and base recreation facilities.

Base Housing Features and Amenities

  • Pet-friendly.
  • Central heating and air conditioning.
  • All major kitchen appliances included.
  • Washer and dryer connections.
  • On-site maintenance service.
  • Lawn care services.
  • Waste and recycling collection.

Features of Dyess AFB Neighborhoods

  • Access to community centers with fitness amenities and space for private events.
  • Resident activities and events.
  • Swimming pools.
  • Playgrounds, tot lots, sports courts and recreational trails.
  • Dog park.
  • Access to the Deployed Spouse Program and Hunt Heart Program, which assist military families when a spouse is deployed.

*Amenities vary at each community. Visit the Balfour Beatty Communities and Hunt Military Communities websites for more information.

The Balfour Beatty Communities at Dyess AFB

1. Eagle Heights

Ranks: O4-O6

Eagle Heights features homes with three or four bedrooms, two-car garages, private patios or porches, and fenced-in yards. ADA homes are available.

2. Freedom Run

Ranks: O1-O3

Homes in Freedom Run have three or four bedrooms. Homes also have two-car garages, private patios or porches, and fenced-in yards. ADA homes are available.

3. Frontier Meadows

Ranks: E1-E9

Homes in Frontier Meadows have two to four bedrooms, two-car garages, fenced-in yards and patios. ADA homes are available.

4. Hunter’s Mesa

Ranks: E1-E6

Hunter’s Mesa homes have three or four bedrooms, one-car garages, private patios or porches, and fenced-in yards. The neighborhood offers easy access to playgrounds and tennis courts. ADA homes are available.

5. Liberty Crossing

Ranks: E1-E6

Liberty Crossing homes have three or four bedrooms and open floor plans. Homes also have two-car garages, private patios or porches, and fenced-in yards.

6. Lone Star Trails

Ranks: E1-E6

Lone Star Trails homes have three or four bedrooms, garages, private patios or porches, and fenced-in yards. ADA homes are available.

7. Patriot Acres

Ranks: E7-E9

Patriot Acres homes have three or four bedrooms, two-car garages, private patios or porches, and fenced-in yards. ADA homes are available.

The Quail Hollow Hunt Military Community at Dyess AFB

1. Village One

Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O6

Village One features single-story apartments with two or three bedrooms. Amenities include covered parking, patios and exterior storage.

2. Village Two

Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O6

Village Two features two-story townhomes with two or three bedrooms. Homes have covered parking, patios and exterior storage.

3. Village Three

Ranks: E5-E9, O1-O6

Village Three features two-story duplexes with two or three bedrooms. Homes have single-car garages, patios and exterior storage.

Conclusion

Moving to a new place can be stressful, but there are plenty of great housing options at Dyess AFB. You’re sure to find the ideal housing for you and your family’s needs. Military housing is limited, so be sure to connect with the Military Housing Office as soon as you receive your orders to Dyess AFB. This office can provide important information on-base housing availability and possible waitlists for housing. We hope you find Dyess AFB is soon home sweet home.

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