At Fort Hood Family Housing, our number one priority is always to
provide safe and healthy homes, communities, and workplaces. This
commitment is increasingly vital in the face of growing novel
Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. We are committed to working
in collaboration with our military partners to enhance and
coordinate communications and provide factual and transparent
information to our residents.
Resident Update -
COVID-19 Resident Update
Dear Valued Residents:
In coordination with installation leadership, we are continuing to
transition our operations back toward a more normalized
state. As we continue this progress, we remain committed to
following all federal, state, and local guidelines as we work to
re-open offices, community centers, and amenities throughout the
Community Amenities Update:
We are happy to announce the re-opening of 30 outdoor playgrounds
throughout the community. The health and safety of our
residents is our number one concern. The danger of exposure
to COVID-19 still exists. Outdoor amenities are not monitored
and by entering, you take responsibility for your own protection
and agree to follow CDC prevention guidance including:
- Practice good hygiene, wash or sanitize hands often and always
cover your cough or sneeze.
- Maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet or wear a face
covering when social distancing is not possible.
- Do not use the playground if you have a fever, flu-like
symptoms, a diminished sense of taste and smell, or have come in
contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the last
- Amenities are currently open for resident use only; no guests
are authorized at this time.
- The use of personal toys while in amenity spaces is
Thank you for helping keep our community safe and healthy.
The re-opening of the remaining interior and outdoor community
amenities including pools, exercise rooms, playrooms, etc. will
occur in phases and generally in-sync with local installation and
community guidelines related to the re-opening of public
facilities. This may happen independently of other steps
taken during this transition period.
General Virus Prevention Reminders:
Our team is excited to continue the re-opening process in our
neighborhoods and it is important that we remain vigilant and work
together as a community to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We
remain committed to following CDC and DoD direction and
recommendations as our operations continue to transition to a more
normalized state. Social distancing guidelines, DoD
face-covering guidance, enhanced personal protective equipment
(PPE) and cleaning practices will stay in place for the protection
of our residents and our team members.
We ask for your cooperation as relates to practicing social
distancing and the wearing of face coverings. Please follow
all posted guidance at our community offices and amenity
spaces. When using amenities please practice social
distancing between households and take prevention measures to
protect yourself and your family.
to learn more about how to protect yourself and
others from COVID-19.
PCS Season Reminders:
We understand that many residents have experienced delays in PCS
orders as a result of the stop movement order. We are here
for you. As you receive updates to your orders or require
notice to vacate scheduling assistance, please contact your
as soon as possible so that we may assist
you. For an overview of the move-out process, please visit
the Resources for
page of our website.
Thank you for your continued patience and your commitment to
keeping our community safe and healthy.
The Fort Hood Family Housing Team
Archive of COVID-19