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Edwards AFB_2019 Housing

Housing Management Office

Mojave Sky Community Center
1365 Fitzgerald Blvd.
661-277-4506 or DSN 527-4506
Fax: 661-277-0453 or DSN 527-0453
Hours: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Contact the Housing Management Office as soon as you know you are moving to Edwards Air Force Base. Upon arrival, whether planning to live on or off base, all members (per PCS orders) are required to visit the HMO before entering into any lease, rental agreement or sales contract for housing, to include renting privatized housing on base. The HMO is ready to support you in the transition to your new home and community. Use its resources to become familiar with housing options and support services available to you.

Edwards Air Force Base military family housing is privatized. Corvias Military Living owns the homes and is responsible for maintaining, repairing, constructing and managing the homes and housing community. The HMO staff works alongside the Corvias staff and acts as a liaison and representative for military residents. Corvias offers several programs to enhance the on-base living experience, including complete yard maintenance as part of the rental package. For comprehensive information about the privatized housing community at Edwards Air Force Base, visit the Corvias website at http://airforce.corviasmilitaryliving.com/edwards.

Pets in Family Housing

A maximum of two dogs and/or cats per household are allowed while residing in family housing on Edwards. All dogs and cats must be licensed and microchipped; a pet deposit of $200 per dog or cat will be required. Residents may not have any breed of dog, including mixed breeds, which are deemed “aggressive or potentially aggressive.” These breeds are defined as pit bull (American Staffordshire bull terrier or English Staffordshire bull terrier), Rottweiler, Doberman pinscher, chow chow and wolf-hybrids. Farm, ranch, wild and exotic animals are also prohibited. All dogs and cats must be registered within 10 working days of arrival by presenting a current rabies certificate or scheduling vaccinations at the Edwards Veterinary Treatment Facility. An Edwards’ rabies and identification tag will be issued upon proper proof of immunization. Owners will confine pets at their residence or exercise them under the owner’s immediate control on a leash at all times, unless within the fenced area of the dog park. No pets will be left unattended in motor vehicles. Breeding or abandoning animals on Edwards is prohibited.

Note: All service members’ pets should be registered with the VTF within 72 hours of arrival on base.

Corvias Community Office

Mojave Sky Community Center
1365 Fitzgerald Blvd.
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Welcome to Corvias at Edwards Air Force Base. Corvias expertly manages 741 on-base homes in seven communities at Edwards AFB. Each neighborhood has parks and recreational facilities and is within walking distance to nearby schools. The Mojave Sky Community Center provides residents with a multimedia room, fitness center, computer lab, multipurpose room and swimming pool. All on-base residents are authorized free trash removal, lawn care and 24-hour emergency maintenance. Corvias maintains a small, tight-knit community. For photographs, floor plans and more information, visit http://airforce.corviasmilitaryliving.com/edwards.

Call Corvias or stop by the office to speak with a team member and learn more about the benefits of living on base.

Edwards Air Force Base Dormitories

Unaccompanied Housing Consolidated Dormitory Management Office
210 Spiro Ave., Bldg. 2423
661-277-6783 or DSN 527-6783
Fax: 661-277-0540 or DSN 527-0540
Hours: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

All unaccompanied service members in the grades of E-1 through E-4 with less than three years of service are required to reside on base. Dormitory rooms are assigned in accordance with AFI 32-6005, Unaccompanied Housing Management, based upon grade and assigned unit. Most dormitories are centrally located within walking distance of the dining facility, the Oasis Community Center, the Aerobic and Aquatics Center, and the Rosburg Fitness and Sports Center. Pets require prior written authorization from the Consolidated Dormitory Management Office. Dogs, cats, reptiles and exotic pets are not allowed. For more information, contact the CDMO. For dormitory photographs, floor plans and other information, visit www.housing.af.mil/Units/Edwards.

On-base housing is not available for unaccompanied service members in or above the grade of E-4 with three years or more of service. They should plan to reside off base in a local community (see Off-base Housing). Members with extenuating circumstances may be housed in dormitories on a case-by-case basis. Contact the CDMO for details on requesting an exception to policy.

Off-base Housing

Members assigned to Edwards may choose to reside in one of two metropolitan areas, Lancaster or Palmdale, 35 to 45 minutes away, or in other small communities near the installation but with fewer services. These areas include Boron, California City, Mojave, North Edwards, Rosamond and Tehachapi. Housing referral personnel at the HMO are ready to assist customers with personalized listings of rentals and real estate as well as information regarding living in off-base communities. For more information, please contact the HMO or visit www.housing.af.mil/Units/Edwards.

Adopt-A-Pet at Edwards Team Rescue puppy

Adopt-a-Pet at Edwards Team Rescue

Adopt-a-Pet at Edwards Team Rescue
615 S. Forbes Ave.

APET Rescue is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) all-volunteer organization that has been rescuing and finding loving homes for unwanted and unclaimed pets since 2002. In addition, the rescue works hard to educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering, microchipping and overall animal care to improve the lives of their pets and reduce the over-
population of unwanted animals in the area.

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