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Community Guidelines & Resources
Where can I find the rules and regulations for my community?
The Resident Guide outlines the community guidelines for Cavalry Family Housing including information on when your BAH will start, self-help, mailbox key information, pools and trampoline guidelines.
How do I contact my Community Office?
Chaffee, McNair, Patton & Wainwright Community
6310 Tank Destroyer Blvd
Tel: 254 285 2251
Kouma & Montague Community Office
48810 Washington Street
Tel: 254 285 2245
Comanche I & II Community Office
51814-1 Comanche Avenue
Tel: 254 285 2243
Pershing & Venable Community Office
5649-2 Lockridge Loop
Tel: 254 285 2242
Comanche III Community Office
53301 Drum Song Trail
Tel: 254 285 2244
Are pets allowed?
Yes, we gladly welcome four-legged family members at Cavalry Family Housing! Please see the Animal Policy for more information about our pet policy and information about restricted breeds. Fort Cavazos Veterinary Center also has helpful information for your cat and dog.
Is there a Foster Option for my pets?
Yes, the Resident Advisory Board has connected
Cavalry Family Housing with a tremendous resource for our
families who both need to have a pet fostered and to serve as a
Need to have a pet fostered? PACTforAnimals.org is a 501 (c)(3) organization that supports our nation’s hospital patients and military personnel by providing free, safe, emergency foster care for their pets. Click here to apply for assistance.
Want to be a Foster for a Pet? PACT foster homes come in all shapes and sizes. Join the PACT army of civilian volunteers and sign up to be a foster parent by Clicking Here. As a Foster, Cavalry Family Housing enrollment approval will be required and can be obtained by calling (254) 523-6239.
Are there any special safety features or tips about my home or community I should know about?
We have put together a short video highlighting
fire, child, water, and neighborhood safety.
Click Here to watch the video
Am I allowed to run a business from my home?
To conduct a home enterprise, you must contact consumer affairs as stated in the Army Regulation 420-37.
Are guests allowed to stay with me?
Yes, you will need to contact your community office if your guests plan to stay for longer than 30 days.
I’m going to be out of town for a while. Is there anyone who can keep an eye on my house?
We’d be happy to keep an eye on your home! Fill out a home care request form, and turn it into the Community Center office.
How do I report a maintenance issue?
If you are experiencing a maintenance issue in your
home, contact the Maintenance Solution Center (MSC) at (254)
532-3133 as soon as possible. For routine service requests,
you may also submit
your maintenance request online.
With the MSC, you can expect:
- Upgraded call handling and customer experience
- US-based representatives with strong facilities knowledge
- New call back feature offered to avoid wait times
- Appointment notifications and reminders
- Superior response and specialized technician assignments
Don’t forget to download the Lendlease US Communities App and enable notifications to receive an alert when the maintenance technician is on their way to your home!
Are any items available for pick-up by residents?
We are pleased to offer residents a convenient
Self-Help Center, where you can pick-up several replacement items
for your home. The center is located at 4313 Warehouse Ave & 77th
and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The following items are available for pick-up:
- AC Filters (all sizes)
- Door Stoppers
- Outlet Covers
- Shower Head
- Sink Stoppers
- Toilet Handle
- Toilet Flapper
- Toilet Seats
- Window Blinds (5 per month)
- Light Bulbs
- 9 Volt Batteries
How do I submit a request to alter my home?
Cavalry Family Housing does allow limited
modifications within the homes.
For more information on the approved colors for paint modifications, review our paint request form and click here to submit your request electronically. If you’re interested in installing a satellite dish, please review the satellite request and return the necessary paperwork.
Refuse, Recycle & Landscaping
When can I expect the trash to be picked up?Trash Schedule
Is there a recycling program on Fort Cavazos?
Yes there is! We are excited to offer our residents the option to make a difference in the world and help the planet through the Residents Recycle Responsibly Program or R3P. This is a VOLUNTARY recycling program all residents can opt into. As a participant, you will get a 95-gallon blue recycling bin and bi-weekly pickup service in exchange for ensuring all recyclables are contamination free. The funds received from the recycle materials are then used to help support service member events on Fort Cavazos and garner opportunities for awards and recognition for your recycling efforts. CLICK HERE to download the Pledge, fill it out, and return it to your community to sign up.
When can I expect the recycling to be picked up?
Recycling pickup is provided on a bi-weekly
When is the grass cut?
Grass cutting schedule:
Comanche I and Comanche II
CFH Comanche pound, Sargent Major Circle
Comanche and Sargent Major Circle
New Wainwright and extension
The schedule is subject to change.
I’m moving out. What now?
Our goal is to make your move as smooth and stress-free as possible. Check out our Resources for Departing Residents page for important information and details on the move-out process.
Does Cavalry Family Housing have a program to assist spouses when soldiers are deployed?
Yes! Click here for information on our Deployed Spouse Program. Click here for more information on our mowing program. Contact your community office with any questions. We're here to help!
Is renters insurance required?
Beginning April 1, 2023, renters insurance is
required at time of move-in and must be maintained at all times
during residency with Cavalry Family Housing at the expense of
the resident. Renters insurance protects you from claims for
property damage and physical injury caused by or to you, a member
of your family or a guest while living in your home. The lease
requires proof of insurance coverage meeting the minimum
requirements with Cavalry Family Housing named as an
interested party at time of move-in.
Minimum Required Insurance Coverage:
- Limits of liability in an amount of at least $100,000 per occurrence
Cavalry Family Housing strongly
recommends you add property insurance to cover losses or damage to
your personal belongings or the personal belongings of your family
or guests. Please keep in mind that Cavalry Family
Housing will not cover the loss of or damage
to your personal property or the personal property of your family
members or guests.
You may choose any renters insurance provider. We offer ResidentShield to residents as an easy and affordable option for renters insurance. Visit www.residentshield.com/lendlease for more information or to sign up today!
If you fail to obtain and maintain liability insurance as required by your lease, you will be in violation of your obligation under the lease. For more information, click here.
Tell us how we’re doing!
Our team is committed to providing you with great customer service and community programs. Feedback you provide through SatisFacts surveys help us make improvements that are important to you. Click here to provide us with feedback about services received from our leasing, maintenance, and community teams. We also encourage you to share your ideas and suggestions to improve services and enhance community activities and programs.
Tenant Bill of Rights / Tenant Responsibilities
Click here to view a copy of the
Tenant Bill of Rights.
Click here to view a copy of the Tenant Responsibilities.
Dispute Resolution Process
What is the process to escalate a concern related to my home or community?
Informal Dispute Resolution Process – All Residents
Cavalry Family Housing takes resident concerns very seriously and desires to address and resolve any issues in a timely manner to the satisfaction of all parties involved. Click here to view a copy of our informal dispute resolution process as well as key points of contact available to assist you with your concerns.
Formal Dispute Resolution Process – Active Duty Residents
Our vision is to provide outstanding communities where military families live, work, and thrive. If you do not feel your concerns have been effectively addressed in a timely manner through the informal dispute resolution process above, a formal dispute resolution process which involves the Military Housing Office and the Installation Command has been outlined in Schedule 3 of the NDAA Universal Lease for Active Duty residents. To view the details of this program available for you or to begin the process, click here.
Click here to view the Department of The Army Memorandum CPM 600-24, Subject: Command Policy Memorandum – U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) Universal Lease and Dispute Resolution Policy Guidance for Privatized Military Housing. This memo outlines the detailed process for Army locations.
We are committed to providing an exceptional resident experience while you call Cavalry Family Housing home. Please reach out to your community office with any questions or to escalate a concern related to your home or community.