Davis-Monthan AFBCommunity



The Inn on Davis-Monthan features 174 visiting quarters rooms, 61 visiting Airmen quarters rooms and 50 temporary lodging facilities (25 one-bedroom and 25 two-bedroom units). The lodging office and most accommodations are conveniently located near Club Ironwood, the base exchange, the commissary, the post office, the dining facility and Burger King.

A customer is generally considered to be Priority 1 when on PCS or TDY orders and Priority 2 for all other types of visits. The reservations line is available 24/7 on a first-come, first-served basis without regard to grade.

Lodging’s 24/7 reservation and information line is 520-748-1500. The front desk is open 24 hours daily.


If arriving after normal duty hours or on weekends or holidays, newcomers should check in at the 24-hour arrival point, the Inn on Davis-Monthan, Building 2350, on 10th Street. The telephone number is 520-748-1500. If newcomers arrive during duty hours or have made prior arrangements, they should go directly to their unit. The unit will schedule the Airman for mass inprocessing with the Military Personnel Section. Inprocessing briefings are held at 7:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the Professional Development Center, Building 2441, to the right of the base exchange. All Airmen must accomplish inprocessing within two days of arriving at D-M.

During mass inprocessing, newcomers will receive appointments for mandatory briefings, including Right Start, base sponsorship and supervisor financial training.

Military members must wear a uniform during inprocessing. To keep things running smoothly, everyone should bring the following items and information:

  • A pen.
  • All remaining copies of current orders and any amendments.
  • Finance records (receipts for motels, ground transportations, etc., for those who were not paid mileage).
  • Military transportation request, if returning from overseas.
  • Duty information — duty title, duty phone, office symbol and supervisor’s rank and full name.
  • Social Security numbers for dependents for TRICARE enrollment.
  • In addition to base inprocessing, all Airmen must accomplish inprocessing with their unit before taking permissive leave for house hunting.

In a continuing effort to reduce the adverse economic effect permanent change of station has on military families, dining hall meals are now available during PCS moves. Military members may bring their dependents to the Desert Inn dining facility for a period not to exceed 30 days after arrival at D-M. Prices are a la carte, and current policy requires the military sponsor to accompany civilian family members whenever they use the facility. Call 520-228-5501 for more information.

All members should call the traffic management flight to arrange delivery of household goods. Make arrangements by calling 520-228-4816. Failing to call in a timely manner may result in household goods being put into storage.

Another thing to take care of right away is arrangements with the post office, Building 4428. Single members living in the dormitory will get a post office box. General delivery for mail is assigned for everyone else until the post office receives a forwarding address.


Newly assigned Department of Defense employees should check in with the Civilian Personnel Office, Building 3200, Room 116. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday except Tuesday, when they are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You must bring copies of your orders and Standard Form 50, Notice of Personnel Action, to identify your appointment status and to help provide a smooth transition. For more information, call 520-228-3863/3799.


Newly assigned NAF employees should check in with the Human Resources Office, Building 3200, Room 217. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. You must bring a picture ID, Social Security card and work permit. For more information, call 520-228-2408 or visit www.dmforcesupport.com.


On-base vehicle registration and issuance of decals is no longer required to drive a privately owned vehicle on D-M.

All drivers should be aware of the following rules and guidelines:

  • All passengers are required to wear seat belts. Children younger than 8 years old or shorter than 4 feet, 9 inches must be secured in a child safety device.
  • The speed limit is 30 mph on D-M unless otherwise posted.
  • The maximum speed limit in any parking lot is 5 mph.
  • The maximum speed limit while backing is 5 mph.
  • The speed limit in construction areas or on dirt roads is 10 mph.
  • The dormitory area speed limit is 20 mph unless otherwise posted.
  • The speed limit in housing areas is 15 mph unless otherwise posted.
  • The speed limit on gravel and graded roads is 20 mph.
  • The speed limit is 15 mph when in or approaching school crossings.
  • The speed limit is 25 mph on Quijota Boulevard between Mustang and Crusader drives adjacent to the shoppette and youth center.
  • Non-hands-free cellphone use while driving on base is prohibited.
  • Novice motorcycle riders must complete both the Basic Riders Course and Intermediate Riders Course. For more information, contact your unit’s motorcycle safety rep.
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