By MyBaseGuide Staff Member


All personnel transferring to Naval Station Mayport are required to contact the Housing Service Center (HSC), in Building 289, prior to making any off-base commitments. Upon entering through the main gate, turn right onto Moale Avenue. The HSC is the first building on the left.


All single shipboard and permanent party personnel will check in at Building 2105. Naval Station Mayport has 1,524 permanent party/shipboard spaces at Hayward Hall, Halsey Hall, buildings 1587, 1586 and 1585, MCPON Delbert D. Black and Building 2234. Space is available to shipboard Sailors in pay grades E-1 to E-3, E-4 with less than four years of service, and E-1 to E-3 rotational and E-1 to E-3 nonrotational personnel. All E-5 and E-6 nonrotational personnel, E-7 to E-9 personnel and officers are referred to the Housing Service Center for housing referral services and rent-reduced programs in the local community, including privatized housing upon availability. Resident advisers are only authorized as needed to maintain senior military presence in Unaccompanied Housing and may have a waiting list. Geographical bachelors will only be housed if space is available; it is strongly recommended to seek housing in the local community as Unaccompanied Housing maintains a high occupancy rate. All buildings have ice machines, washers, dryers and lounges.


Military family housing at Mayport privatized Oct 1, 2007, and currently consists of 972 privatized homes, ranging from junior enlisted to flag officer housing. NS Mayport Homes, professionally managed by Balfour Beatty Communities, has partnered with the Navy to bring residents the very best in customer service and housing choices.

The on-base housing, Bennett Shores West, is a single-floor dwelling constructed of concrete block with carports and garages. These homes have tile and terrazzo flooring, while the newly renovated units have wood and tile flooring. All homes are equipped with electric ranges, refrigerators, garbage disposals, dishwashers, central heat and air conditioning. Hookups are provided for washing machines and dryers. These homes are in the process of being renovated to include converting the carport into a single-car garage.

Bennett Shores East: (Officer Housing) These new homes are constructed of a wood frame and are two-story homes with two-car garages. Additionally, there are some newly constructed single-family homes meeting ADA standards.

Homes are at Ribault Bay Village and Marsh Cove and are approximately 1.5 miles south of the main gate.

Ribault Bay Village (RBV) is of frame construction with vinyl siding and is equipped with an electric range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, dishwasher, central heat and air conditioning. These three-, four- and five-bedroom homes have garages while the two-bedroom homes at RBV have carports. The two-bedroom, second-floor homes have carpeted bedrooms and hookups for washing machines and dryers.

Marsh Cove consists of 100 two-bedroom townhomes behind Ribault Bay Village. They are equipped with a range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, dishwasher, central heat and air conditioning. These townhomes have single-car garages.

Waiting lists vary in length for all homes. You should apply for housing as soon as you know of your future new duty station. Contact the Housing Service Center for detailed information at Building 289, Naval Station Mayport, FL 32228 or call 904-270-5738, DSN 270-5738. More information can also be found online at the CNIC Navy Housing website: www.cnic.navy.mil/ffr/housing/heat.html.




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