By Will Borger


Welcome to Hill Air Force Base, Utah! Now that you’ve got your orders and are preparing to depart on your next adventure, you’re probably thinking about finding a good place to settle. House hunting can be tedious and even overwhelming at the best of times, so we’ve compiled a guide to help you find a starting point. It should give you an idea about your choices for housing on Hill AFB.

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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.

Hill AFB Barracks

UH is provided for unaccompanied Airmen in the ranks of E-1 to E-3 and E-4 with less than 3 years of service. Each Airman is provided a private sleeping room, furnishings, bed linens and supplies required for comfortable living. Unaccompanied Airmen in the rank of E-4 with greater than 3 years of service and above will move into housing in the local community. Unaccompanied Housing rooms consist of a Captain’s bed, extra long twin mattress, night stand, table, and a student desk with chair and TV armoire. Room amenities also include a refrigerator, a microwave and dishwasher in common area kitchen area suites, wall-to-wall patterned carpet, wardrobe closets/lockers, a phone/TV cable outlet, individual storage cubicle for each occupant securable by a personal padlock, and a smoke detector. Each dormitory has dayrooms with games tables to include pool, foosball and ping-pong and card tables with chairs. There are also televisions, stereo, sofas, lounge chairs and recliners. Laundry rooms and study rooms are available. Outside pavilion areas are equipped with BBQ grills, patio furniture, lawn swings and bike rack areas. Also available is a motorcycle and seasonal equipment storage. All dormitories are within walking distance to the dining facility, library, commissary, BX, post office and the Family Support. Also close is the MPF, clinic, auto hobby shop, fitness center and financial institutions. Hill Air Force Base Housing Office

Hill AFB Military Housing Office

The Military Housing Office should be your first stop no matter where you plan to live. This office offers relocation services and information and support for soldiers and families.

Hill AFB Military Housing Office

4114 Charlestown, Suite A Hill AFB, Ut 84056


1 (801) 777-1840


Monday through Friday, 730-1600 Hill Air Force Base Housing Options

Hill Air Force Base Housing Options

Boyer Hill Military Housing at Hill Air Force Base

On-base housing at Hill Air Force Base is privatized through Boyer Hill Military Housing. Boyer Hill Military Housing (BHMH) owns the family housing and is responsible for maintaining, repairing, constructing and managing the community. Click here to browse their available floor plans. There are more than 20 floor plans available. Homes range from 2-4 bedrooms and between 1.5-2.5 baths and come in a wide variety of styles, with floor plans ranging from around 1200 square feet to 2200 square feet.

Boyer Hill Military Housing Office

4114 Charlestown Suite B Hill AFB, Ut 84056


1 (801) 784-5600


Monday through Friday, 800-1600

Community Amenities

  • Splash Pad
  • Pocket Parks
  • Jogging Trails
  • Running Track
  • Skateboard Park
  • Destination Parks
  • On Site Maintenance
  • Sports Court (Indoor)
  • Youth Activities Center
  • Liberty Heights Digital Park
  • Summer Movies In The Park
  • Health Club / Fitness Center
  • Air Conditioning - Central Air
  • Equestrian Club / Horse Barn
  • Resident Appreciation Parties
  • RV Park and Family Camping Grounds

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Home Amenities

  • Garage
  • Disposal
  • Dishwasher
  • Fenced Backyards


Some amenities may vary based on the floor plan.


Planning your move ahead of time can make a huge difference. Hill Air Force Base has a number of housing options available for those living on base. Sorting through them and finding the right one will take time, but we hope this guide will help you narrow down your options. Be sure to check availability based on rank and to contact the Military Housing Office for guidance when you start your search. With a little luck, you’ll soon be settled in and enjoying your new home.




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