Housing supports all military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian families and unaccompanied personnel assigned to NSA Naples with a goal to help personnel locate suitable and affordable housing.
Housing Service Center
The Housing Service Center provides a wide range of services. Please bring a copy of your orders and your transportation agreement to Housing. The staff will assist you with:
- Approved available housing on and off base
- Approved Real Estate agents
- Detailed market information on local areas
- Feedback from previous renters on a specific property and/or landlord
- Landlord information and mediation
- Contract administration services (lease review/interpretation, termination of lease and addendums for contract renewal)
- Assistance with interpreting utility bills
You may review approved available housing at www.homes.mil.
Base Family Housing
Most housing is in apartment buildings. There are 6 to 12 units per building for both officer and enlisted families. Apartments are configured as 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom units.
All units are equipped with:
- Kitchen with refrigerator, gas stove/oven, microwave, and dishwasher
- Laundry room with American-style washer and dryer
- Central heat and air conditioning
- Cable TV (AFN and Skye are available)
- ADSL Internet access is available
- Wired for 110- and 220-volt electric
- Washer and dryer (gas or electric)
- Wardrobes (one per family member)
- Two transformers
Two pets (dogs and cats) are permitted in base housing. Pets must be microchipped and registered with the Veterinary Clinic. Cats must be spayed or neutered. Dogs must be 70 pounds or less. Some dog breeds are not allowed on base, so check with the NSA Naples Veterinary Clinic before shipping your pet(s). Exotic pets such as reptiles and spiders are prohibited, with no exceptions to this policy. It is important you let your sponsor know about your pet requirement before you arrive. If you rent on the local economy, most landlords allow cats and dogs.
All E-4 and below unaccompanied personnel assigned in NSA Naples and its tenant commands will reside in Unaccompanied upon arrival. If you wish to move to off-base housing, you must receive approval through your local command.
Are you interested in becoming a Resident Advisor (RA) to mentor Junior Sailors? Please let us know. An RA room consists of a private room and a separate living room, plus reserved parking.
When living in government housing or on the economy, it is important to be covered with renter’s insurance. It is your responsibility – military members and civilians – to protect your possessions and cover the cost of damages the unit or rental home you may accidentally cause. Protect yourself from unexpected expenses with this relatively inexpensive insurance. If you have an existing renter's insurance policy, please make sure the coverage is sufficient. For more details about renter's insurance, contact your Legal Services Office. Download informational poster here.
Housing provides military members and DoD civilians residing in off-base housing the following items for the duration of your tour at NSA Naples:
Temporary furnishings such as beds, sofa, table, and chairs are available for loan until your household goods arrive. Kitchen items are available for temporary loan from the Loaner Locker located at the NSA Naples Fleet and Family Support Center.
How may we help? Housing issue resolution.
All resident suggestions, concerns or complaints are important! If you are not satisfied with our service, we have a three-step resolution process.
Useful phone numbers
|Housing - After hours trouble calls||081-568-4981|
|Housing - Maintenance||081-811-4246|