March ARB Community

Housing

Learn about the variety of housing possibilities available. Options are available to your unique situation including: housing for families, single service members, families that are enrolled in the exceptional family member program, pet owners and unaccompanied personnel. Explore your options to find a home that best fits your needs.

 

Government Housing

There is no government housing on March Air Reserve Base.

Visit the Air Force Housing website at www.housing.af.mil/home to find your new home with the Air Force. This website serves as a one-stop shop for Airmen and their families to obtain information about the housing options and support services available to them at Air Force bases world-wide.

 

Other

As a Reserve base, there is no military housing available on the installation. Many March personnel and their families live in Moreno Valley and the surrounding Riverside community.

 

Temporary Housing

With certain military moves, you may find yourself looking for housing that’s a little less permanent before making long-term arrangements. There are several temporary housing options that may be right for you. Explore the information about temporary housing facilities including allowances, lodging rates and eligibility.

Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF)

March ARB has full lodging services, however, space available rooms are not usually available on Unit Training Assembly (UTA) weekends.

Reflecting an early Spanish architectural motif with red tiled roofs and graceful stucco archways, this west coast military Mecca is one of the most active lodging facilities in the Air Force, despite March Field’s conversion to a full time Air Force Reserve Base. The March Inn guest quarters are all located conveniently close to The “Hap” Arnold Club and the Fitness Center.

The March Inn currently has 455 rooms in 10 buildings and 15 houses (not TLF) for temporary lodging. Generally, the March Inn has numerous guest rooms available Sundays through Thursdays, but due to the base’s reserve training mission, lodging occupancy is generally not available on many weekends. It’s best to call, 951-655-5241 or DSN 312-447-5241, and determine which weekends are scheduled for the Reserve and Air National Guard Unit Training Assemblies. Advance reservations may be made up to 2 months prior to arrival if rooms are available. If you are in a duty status and rooms are not available you will be billeted in off base quarters and provided a non-availability statement.

Availability

Space “A” Status – Generally, the March Inn has numerous guest rooms available Sundays through Thursdays, but due to the base’s reserve training mission, lodging occupancy is generally not available on many weekends. It’s best to call and determine which weekends are scheduled for the Reserve and Air National Guard Unit Training Assemblies.

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