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Table 2-4. Support Facilities
Housing Management Offices.
When housing offices are authorized to support military family housing projects, they
must be designed to meet the functional requirements of authorized housing
management staffing levels. Housing offices located in the project area should be
architecturally compatible with the housing unit design and installation architectural
Family and community support and service centers may be authorized as required to
provide services to military personnel and their dependents. Construction of family
housing community centers should not be considered when housing projects or
complexes have less than 250 family units or community recreational facilities are
convenient and sufficient to support the housing project. Community Centers located in
the project area should be architecturally compatible with the housing unit design and
installation architectural standards. Where possible, the Community Centers and
Housing Management Offices should be co-located.
Housing Maintenance Facilities and Self-Help Centers.
When housing maintenance or self-help facilities are authorized to support military
family housing projects, they must be designed to meet the functional requirement.
Facilities located within a housing area should be architecturally compatible with the
surrounding units and installation architectural standards.