Yuma Proving GroundCommunity

HOUSING

Lance Cpl. Nick Lemon and his K-9 partner Benny share a bonding moment to get worked up for night operations training during the Interservice Advanced Skills K-9 course at Yuma Proving Ground. (Photo by Cpl. Aaron Diamant)

Housing Services Office

The Housing Services Office will assist you with coordinating family housing, unaccompanied or single soldier housing, or privatized housing. Personnel are required to sign in with the housing services representative in the Michaels Military Housing and Desert Oasis Communities office complex at 1120 Cutter St. Contact numbers for housing services are as follows:

  • Chief of Housing (residential communities officer, Housing Services Office and unaccompanied personnel housing), 928-328-2031.
  • Housing management specialist, 928-328-2177.
  • Unaccompanied personnel housing and administration, 928-328-2671.

Nongovernment housing services are provided at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. The housing referral office has a referral program and maintains a rental listing for apartments as well as houses, condos and town houses that is updated weekly. To get a current listing, call the housing referral office at 928-269-2826.

Military Family Housing

Military family housing at Yuma Proving Ground is provided by Desert Oasis Communities. Desert Oasis Communities offers two communities to proving ground residents: Ironwood and Colorado housing. Three- to five-bedroom units are available.

Desert Oasis Communities allows pets with certain restrictions. In general, residents may have three pets, though certain dog breeds and exotic animals are not allowed. Pets must be registered at the proving ground’s veterinary clinic within five days of occupying a housing unit or acquiring a pet.

For more information about homes and amenities at Yuma Proving Ground, visit the Desert Oasis Communities website at https://themichaelsorg.com/michaels-management-services/communities/desert-oasis-communities.

Unaccompanied Housing

Yuma Proving Ground does not have a barracks. Contact the Housing Office for more information on single service member housing.

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