Tobyhanna Army Depot Community

HOUSING

A soldier from the 25th Infantry Brigade Combat Team installs an AS-3900 single channel ground and airborne radio system antenna assembly on a heavy expanded mobility tactical truck A4. (Photo by Justin Eimers, February 2017)

Housing Office

The Tobyhanna Army Depot Housing Office manages 42 government-owned, on-post family quarters. Housing consists of three-bedroom and four-bedroom units with attached garages in townhouse and duplex styles. The waiting list usually ranges from 30 to 90 days, so be prepared to have alternate housing if you are moving to Tobyhanna. For more information on housing at Tobyhanna Army Depot, call 570-615-7970 or visit www.tobyhanna.army.mil/community/installation_housing/installation_housing.html or www.housing.army.mil/#!pg=post&sp=welcome.

Unaccompanied Housing

Barracks rooms are available for permanent party personnel E-5 and below who receive basic allowance for housing without dependents. Rooms are in the typical 1 1 design with a shared bathroom. All individual rooms are furnished and include a refrigerator and microwave. There is also a full kitchen, a lounge area with a flat-screen TV and DVD player, a game room and an exercise room available. There are wireless and hard-wired internet services as well. For more information, call 570-615-7970 or visit www.tobyhanna.army.mil/community/installation_housing/installation_housing.html or www.housing.army.mil/#!pg=post&sp=welcome.

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