On-post living at Fort Rucker offers a safe community and many amenities commonly found in upscale residential communities. On-post living also saves you money and allows you to maintain your military lifestyle.
Picerne Military Housing is currently building three newly designed neighborhoods at Fort Rucker, with each neighborhood having 400 to 600 homes. Every home will either be replaced or greatly improved and all new homes will be comparable to those being constructed off-post. The renovated homes are like-new. Picerne Military Housing has made every attempt to see that neighborhoods are designed with ideal home counts so that each Family will be able to obtain personalized service from dedicated neighborhood and maintenance teams. These teams are located in the Neighborhood Center of each large neighborhood for convenience to the services it will offer families. Families will have access to services free of charge at the center including: a pool, exercise center, kitchen, multi-purpose room, computer room and outdoor activity areas. Each neighborhood has an extensive trail and park system.
The partnership between Picerne Military Housing and the Army is for the long-term, and focuses on the sustainability of the homes. Construction is focused on safety, low environmental impact and reduced disruptions for families. Upgrading and replacement will continue over the next 50 years. Residents are now beginning to feel the effects of the privatization process through improved services, maintenance and repair and community amenities.
If you are interested in living in on-post housing, call the Relocation Office, located in Bldg. 5700, at 334-503-3644 or 866-525-HOME.
Bachelor quarters consist of 80 officer and senior enlisted quarters.
Permanent party staff sergeants and above have the option to reside on or off post. Phone 255-1205/3705.