Dyess AFB, TX Housing and Relocation Information

    Housing Information 
    Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH) gives active service members two options for housing; living on base or finding a home off-base within the community.

    • As soon as you find out you'll be moving, contact The Housing Management Office (325) 696-2150. You will be provided with the latest information on local housing, referral services and relocation assistance. 

    Dyess AFB On Base Housing

    • Single airmen in the rank of E1-E4, with less than 3 years of service should contact The Unaccompanied Housing Office (325) 696-4402.

    • On-base housing for Dyess AFB is privatized and operated by Balfour Beatty Communities (325) 701-9276, which offers more than 650 homes in seven distinct neighborhoods. Homes offered are 2-4 bedroom with fenced backyards, two-car garage, washer & dryer hookups, fully equipped kitchens, master suites with walk-in closets, central heating and air as well as ceiling fans

    Dyess AFB, TX Off Base Housing

    4917 Crystal Creek 3 Bed / 2 Bath / 1,900 Sq.Ft. / $1,800 | Home for Rent 5 miles from Main Gate

    Surrounding Areas
    Dyess AFB is closest to the urban area of Abilene, Texas. Abilene is near the center of the state and has a population of 118,000. Dyess AFB is close to Abilene, only about 20 minutes from base to city. Abilene is a mid-sized city of West or Central Texas, among fields and rangeland. Abilene started in the about a hundred twenty-five years ago as a cowtown receiver and shipper for cattle driven down the Chisholm Trail, and is still a cattle town today in the modern West. The cities close to Dyess AFB are: Abilene, Baird, Merkel, Clyde, Hawley, Tuscola, Potosi and Buffalo Gap.

     About Dyess AFB
    Dyess Air Force Base is home to the 7th Bomb Wing one of only two B-1B Lancer strategic bomber wings in the United States Air Force. Dyess is located near Abilene Texas, about 200 miles from Dallas and is one of the largest employers in the area.

    Dyess Air Force Base is home to a large collection of vintage military aircraft and features an air park that houses over 30 planes from World War II to present day. Dyess is also one of the most environmentally conscious bases and was named the "greenest" base in the United States Air Force for its continuous use of renewable energy as a power source. For more information click here