Fort Greely - On and Off Base Information
Fort Greely Housing Information
Fort Greely (Ft.) Housing and Information:
Fort Greely is considered a remote tour of duty as it is 100 miles away from the nearest town, Fairbanks. It is 350 miles north of Anchorage. There is very little shopping or entertainment in the area, most people travel to Fairbanks for that. Fort Greely is situated between two beautiful mountain ranges with breathtaking scenery. In summer months the sun does not go below the horizon, in mid winter the shortest day is about 4 hours of light.
Delta Junction, known as the end of the Alaska Highway, is the nearest town about 5 miles north of Fort Greely. The name "Big Delta", as it is currently used, refers to the residential and farming community located near where the Delta River joins the Tanana River, about nine miles north of Delta Junction. Delta Junction, once called Buffalo Center, is the city itself. Its city limits encompass about an eight mile radius and a population of about a thousand people. For more information, please visit the installation homepage.
Reservations can be made only during lodging office hours, Alaska time. The Lodging office serves both transient and permanent personnel living on Fort Greely. Military and civilian personnel on PCS or TDY orders can make reservations during Lodging Office business hours. Contractor personnel reservations must be made by their Fort Greely sponsors. Rate is $99.00 a night for all lodgers. Rooms consist of 19 one and two-bedroom units located in Bldg 702. Call reservations at 907-873-4311.
All soldiers are required to process through the Housing Services Office. You may reach them by phone 907-873-4658. You will receive information on housing options and receive a housing application. Anyone moving on base will need to call Transporation/Household Goods at 907-873-3042. All individuals eligible and desiring to live on Post will then be put in touch with North Haven staff, the contractor handling housing. They offer 8 plex and single family homes, 168 total homes on Fort Greely. The homes consist of two, three, and four bedrooms with one to two bathrooms. Three and four bedroom homes include garages. Each home includes a washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator and stove/oven. Electric, heat, lawn care, snow removal, and 24-hour emergency maintenance services are included. Pets are allowed, although some breeds are prohibited and there is a two pet minimum. A $250.00 non-refundable pet fee is also required. Tours are available on request. Applicants are required to meet eligibility requirements, homes are subject to availability and rent rates can change without notice. A leasing consultant may be reached at 907-869-8032, ext. 114. Community office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday. Their office is located in building 920 Donnelly Lane on Fort Greely.
Residents can have up to, but no more than two pets per household. Pets are not authorized in unaccompanied personnel housing (UPH). Undomesticated animals (i.e. snakes, rabbits, reptiles, spiders, etc.) are not allowed in government quarters. The following animals are NOT allowed in Fort Greely Housing: American Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rottweiler, Doberman Pinscher, Chow Chow, Presa Canario, Cane Corso, Neapolitan Mastiff, Wolf or Wolf Hybrids. Two Pet limit: one cat & dog, two dogs, two cats. Animals must be kept under control at all times and will not be allowed to become a nuisance or menace to other persons, animals or property. Leashes for walking your pets should not exceed six feet in length.
Big Delta Avenue
Fort Greely, AK 99731