Camp AllenCommunity

HOUSING

Camp Allen Field Day (Photo by Cpl. Logan Snyder)

Housing Service Center

Although Camp Allen does not offer official relocation assistance, the Housing Service Center at Naval Station Norfolk is adjacent to Camp Allen at 7924 14th St. The Housing Service Center has dedicated and trained professionals prepared to help you with all of your housing needs. They will help you find the right permanent housing accommodations when you arrive at Camp Allen and help you start your search for a new home when it’s time to relocate to your next PCS location.

The center maintains extensive lists of properties for sale or rent, including single-family homes, town homes, condos and apartments, as well as local hotel information. The center also has information about the Rental Partnership Program, which allows active-duty service members to move into participating apartment communities without paying a security deposit. In most cases, the application fee is waived and rent is provided at a discounted price. Other services include lease and purchase agreement counseling and review, landlord-tenant dispute resolution, and workshops for buying and selling a home.

To contact the Housing Service Center, call 757-445-2802/2850. For more information on housing services at Naval Station Norfolk, visit http://cnic.navy.mil/regions/cnrma/installations/ns_norfolk/ffr/housing_and_lodging.html.

Military Family Housing

Military family housing near Camp Allen is provided by Lincoln Military Housing. In Virginia, Lincoln Military Housing offers 37 communities, providing 4,053 Navy Housing properties to serve seven bases. For comprehensive information about homes and amenities available near Camp Allen, visit the Lincoln Military Housing website at http://lincolnmilitary.com.

Unaccompanied Housing

Bachelor enlisted quarters are located aboard Naval Station Norfolk approximately 3.2 miles from MARFORCOM. Troops live in modern dormitory-style quarters with air conditioning, heating, cable, and common entertainment and relaxation areas. Each room is designed for two occupants and has a private bath.

Personnel without personal vehicles can contact the barracks duty NCO and ADNCO at 757-630-9329 or 757-444-8562 for a ride to and from the barracks and MARFORCOM. There is also a Hampton Road Transportation bus stop close to the barracks that provides service both on and off base. For more information on HRT routes and fares, visit www.gohrt.com.

For more information on MARFORCOM billeting, visit www.marforcom.marines.mil/Resources/Welcome-Aboard/MARFORCOM-Marines.

 

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