Minot AFB, ND Housing and Relocation Information

    Housing Information
    The military provides two options for the use of your Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH)
    The first option is to live on base. Your second option is to use your BAH to buy or rent a base off base. We provide you military friendly information to help you maximize your BAH.

    • The Housing Management Office (701) 723-4660. Contact the HMO as soon as you know you are moving. You will be provided with the latest information on local housing as well as referral services and relocation assistance. They offer counseling and guidance before entering into a lease agreement and help resolve tenant-landlord disputes.

    Minot AFB On Base Housing  

    •  Unaccompanied Housing (701) 723-7284 is reserved for airmen in the ranks of E1-E3 and E4 with less than 3 years of service. You are provided with private sleeping room, furnishings, bed linens and supplies required for comfortable living. 

    • Minot AFB on-base housing is privatized and operated by Balfour Beatty Communities (701) 727-0007, which offers 2-4 bedroom single family homes based upon rank and family size. The home amenities include: open floor plans, master suites and washer/dryer hookups. The community is pet friendly and includes playgrounds, dog park and indoor splash pad

    Minot AFB, ND Off Base Housing

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    Surrounding Areas
    Minot, North Dakota about 41,000 people. It is about 25 from downtown Minot to base in clear driving. Minot is a small city by national standards, but is the fourth largest in the state, and an important local population center. The cities near Minot AFB are: Glenburn, Burlington, Minot, Surrey, Lansford, Grano, Deering, and Carpio.

    About Minot AFB
    Minot Air Force Base is home to the 5th Bomb Wing and the 91st Missile Wing. The 5th Bomb Wing is responsible for all base services including medical and housing. The 91st Missile Wing maintains the on-site Minuteman III nuclear missiles. The land around Minot was designated as a new Minuteman ICBM complex in 1963. It is one of only three remaining units that handle intercontinental ballistic missiles, and is one of the only remaining bases to operate B-52s. For more information click here