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    Fort Leonard Wood, MO Housing and Relocation Information

    Housing Information
    Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH) is provided by the military to help active service members with housing costs, and can be used for either on- or off-post housing.

    The Housing Services Office (HSO) will be your first point of contact when you receive moving orders, and provides services that will help you with referrals, relocation assistance, guidance for entering a lease agreement and tenant-landlord disputes.
    • The HSO for Fort Leonard Wood can be reached at (573) 596-0984.

    On Post Housing  

    • Single and Unaccompanied Soldiers ranked E5 or below, contact the Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) Support Division at (573) 596-0131.

    • On-post housing at Fort Leonard is privatized. To check available housing for your pay grade and family size, contact Balfour Beatty Communities (573) 329-0122. They have 6 neighborhoods of 2-4 bedroom duplex and single family homes with varying amenities, such as: central AC, washer/dryer hookups and garage. The community features splash parks, playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts, plus more.

    Off Post Housing
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    Surrounding Areas
    The small, 4,000-resident towns of Waynesville and St. Robert are located directly outside the gate of Fort Leonard Wood, about 10 minutes away. Slightly further out, about 30 minutes to the east and west, are the larger communities of Lebanon and Rolla. The average commute is about 15 minutes. The cities near Fort Leonard Wood are: Waynesville, St. Robert, Rolla, Lebanon, Dixon, Richland, and St. James.

    About Fort Leonard Wood 
    Fort Leonard Wood is home to the U.S. Army Engineer School, U.S. Army CBRN School, and the consolidated Maneuver Support Center of Excellence for Military Police and Army Chemical Corps training. Due to its remoteness, the post is known as the "Fort Lost in the Woods". The Ozark Mountains may be remote, but provide a scenic backdrop for FLW's training schools. For more information click here.