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Information on housing is by far our number one request for information! Before we delve into wait lists, garages and breed restrictions let’s get the basics of the island down. 

The Island of Oahu

Map_of_Oahu

North Shore, Windward, South, Central and the Leeward Coast.

 

Knowing which base you’ll be stationed at and which section of the island will make finding housing, both on base and off, much easier.


North Shore:

No military housing available.

Windward:

Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Base

    1. http://www.fcmarineshawaii.com/
    2. 802 Housing –  “For calendar year 2014, the combined lease and maintenance fee is $1649. “

South:

 Fort ShafterIsland Palms

AMRIsland Palms

Pearl HarborForest City

HickamIsland Palms

Camp SmithForest City

MananaForest City

Pearl City PeninsulaForest City

Central:

NCTAMS-Forest City

Schofield-Island Palms

WheelerIsland Palms

Camp Stover-Forest City

          Helemano Army ReservationIsland Palms

Leeward:

Iroquious Point-Carmel

Barber’s Point-Carmel

8 thoughts on “Military Housing on Oahu

    • May 8, 2014 at 6:13 am
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      Shawanda, my husband loves to joke around and predict the weather, mimicking our weather reports. “It’s gonna be 85 degrees with a chance of showers!” The island is one of the few places in the world that has both a desert area and a rainforest area, just miles apart! The West side of the island is very dry in the summer months, and hot. The Windward side of the island gets considerably more rain and is much cooler! Rain is different here, seldom do you see everyone quickly scramble to get an umbrella open… usually we just walk a little quicker and actually feel thankful for a little heat relief!

      Let us know which area you’ll be looking to call home and we can help you further!

      Have a great night, we sure hope to have this Post bursting full of helpful info!

      MAHALO & ALOHA! — Kapoleia

    • May 18, 2014 at 11:14 pm
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      It can be very humid some days. But it generally is high 80’s and sunny. We have a rain season and it does rain frequently, that’s “winter” here. It isn’t bad however because it often is not the whole island, if its raining on schofield just go to the beach on the other side of the island and its likely sunny I have found!

  • December 4, 2014 at 4:58 am
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    Alright, gimme the straight skinny. We used to live in Pearl city peninsula, and loved it. Now we have orders to return, but heard there’s lots of construction on the Kam in that area thanks to the monorail. One website says the intersection of Waimano Home & Kam is closed after 9pm. Does this mean there’s no way in or out of the peninsula after 9pm? Or just no way onto the Kam? I’d appreciate if any of the locals or stationed on-island folk can help me answer this question!

  • December 21, 2014 at 7:24 am
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    How is Radford Terrace as a housing area? Is there a long wait list? We are moving to Hawaii in a couple of weeks and want to get the down low on housing that is afordable and great schools because our eldest has extreme ADHD. Please help because we are feeling really lost right now.

  • January 25, 2015 at 9:16 pm
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    So how long is the average wait? We have orders for Ft Shafter but everyone tells us to try for AMR/Red Hill. We are a family of 7, E-8

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