Welcome to MWR Unaccompanied Housing!
Unaccompanied personnel reporting to San Diego Metro Navy installations have a number of excellent Housing choices. Unaccompanied Housing (UH) is conveniently located on each base, housing a total of approximately 8,000 service members in 37 buildings.
Homeport Ashore Program is a quality of life improving initiative to provide quarters ashore for Sailors who would otherwise be required to live aboard the ship. It targets single enlisted E-1 through E-4 with less than four years of active service.
UH is conveniently located on Naval Base San Diego, 32nd street, Dry side, housing approximately 1749 personnel in 4 buildings. Building 3663, Regelin Hall, serves as the check-in point and can be reached at 619-556-1077 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Navy Unaccompanied Housing (UH) office is responsible for determining eligibility, processing applications, and making assignments. This office also manages Housing operations, including resident relations and maintenance and repair coordination. The permanent party barracks are government-owned and located on-base. To apply for government housing and privatized unaccompanied housing, eligible junior single Sailors must submit complete applications to the Navy UH office for referral to UH-PPV; additional information can be found (how to apply). Once referred, the privatized housing management company manages all resident matters, including leasing and maintenance. For more information on UH PPV facilities at Pacific Beacon, visit Pacific Beacon's Website.
Resident Advisors are senior personnel who provide an after-hours leadership presence in UH residents. For more information about the RA program, please see RA brochure.