Naval Weapons Station Earle
201 Highway 34 South, Bldg C-55
Housing Service Center
Colts Neck, NJ 07722-5032
Hours: Mon-Fri 0730-1600
DSN: 449-2177, Fax: 449-2179
Commercial: (732) 866-2177, (800) 987-4775, Fax: (732) 866-2179
Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH)
Naval Weapons Station Earle
201 Hwy 34 South, Building C-11
Colts Neck, NJ 07722-5001
DSN: 449-2864 / 2379
Commercial: (732) 866-2864 / 2379
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Navy Housing at Naval Weapons Station Earle is part of the MidAtlantic Region Fleet and Family Readiness Program. On behalf of the Program Manager in Norfolk and the Commanding Officer of Naval Weapons Station Earle, we look forward to assisting you during your transition to the Monmouth County, New Jersey area. Please let us know how we can help make your transition a smooth one.
Monmouth County, located in central New Jersey on the coast, offers a pleasant blend of rural and suburban environments including 27 miles of beaches and numerous state and county parks. New York City, Atlantic City and Philadelphia are all within a 1 to 1 1/2 hour drive and offer a wide variety of entertainment options including professional sports, theaters, museums, zoos and casinos.
The mainside area of NWS Earle is situated on 10,000 wooded acres in the town of Colts Neck and is surrounded by horse farms and orchards. The waterfront complex is located approximately 15 miles away on the Sandy Hook Bay in Leonardo. The two sections are connected by a government-owned, restricted access highway and railroad. All housing is located mainside.
There is very limited public transportation in Monmouth County and no public transportation serves NWS Earle directly.
Family Housing on Naval Weapons Station Earle converted to Public Private Venture (PPV) in November 2004. The overall goal of PPV is to provide high quality housing with no out of pocket expense. Balfour Beatty Communities (BBC) manages and maintains the housing on station. Residents are required to sign a lease with BBC and pay rent which is set at the members BAH rate at NWS Earle. Rent includes utilities and personal property renters insurance in the amount of $20,000. You may wish to consider purchasing additional personal property insurance if this amount of coverage is not sufficient to replace your belongings. All residents are encouraged to purchase their own liability insurance. Liability insurance covers damage to the structure you are renting due to your negligence or injury to people visiting your residence.
You should know that there is a two pet limit in BBC housing. Certain "aggressive breeds" (Akita, Chow, Doberman and Rottweiler) require proof of $100,000 liability insurance prior to move in. American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bull Dog and American Pit Bulls are not allowed.
If you choose to live in BBC housing, pro-rated rent may be due based on the day of the month that you move in. It is important that you save your BAH allowances and any other allowances you receive in between your duty stations to be prepared for this financial obligation.
For more information on Balfour Beatty Communities, including floor plans and photos, please visit their website at www.nwsearlehomes.com.
Navy Housing Welcome Center personnel still maintain the waiting list and all applications must be processed through our office for referral to BBC. Local community housing is very expensive. Most rentals require a 12-month lease, 1 1/2 months security deposit and a credit check. Few rentals allow pets and those that do often have weight and/or breed restrictions. Mobile home spaces in the local community are very rare.
For information on an unaccompanied room, please call (732) 866-2177. Temporary lodging is available through the MWR Department at (732) 866-2167.
*Please contact the office for current wait times for senior officer housing.*
Estimated Wait Times for Family Housing (# of Months)
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Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) Overview
HSC has three buildings with 86 rooms and spaces all fully furnished with amenities. Free laundry facilities located on each floor of each building. Lounges in each building with free cable TV and wi-fi. Foosball table. Picnic area with charcoal grills. Horse shoe pits. Smoking gazeebos adjacent to each building. Located near NEX, fitness center and gym.
Depending on your assignment status (shore duty, sea duty, student, etc.) and pay grade, your options may include Navy Unaccompanied Housing (UH) or housing in the local community.
Sea and shore duty personnel within pay grades E1-E3 and E4 (with less than four years’ service) can expect to reside in permanent party UH or UH PPV.
Based on local conditions 50 to 75 percent of E4 with more than four years of service may be housed in UH.
More senior personnel are expected to reside in the local community.
UH are government-owned and managed housing. Eligibility is based on your pay grade and BAH Entitlement.
UH units quantities:
- Comfortable, fully-furnished
- Clean, safe, and secure housing
- Location, location, location:
- Close to Work (no traffic)
- Base recreation
- Additional Installation support services
- No - Rent fees
- Fees - Utilities, Cable, Internet, and Land line (if needed) Note: Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) [or Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA)] will stop.
- UH moving information.