Fort Leavenworth Frontier Heritage Communities

Fort Leavenworth Frontier Heritage Communities is pleased to announce the availability of educational scholarship opportunities to our residents, through the Michaels Organization Educational Foundation.  The Foundation awards scholarship grants to residents of sites  managed by the Michaels Organization or its affiliates, who are pursuing some form of higher education, in college, trade/professional school, or institute.  To date, more than $3.5 million in grants have been awarded, benefiting more than 1,600 students.  In 2014-2015, the Foundation will award at least $225,000 in scholarship grants. 

For full application details click the 2014 Resident Scholarship Program Download, or stop by the FLFHC office located at 549 Kearney Ave.  Deadline for submission is May 16, 2014.  Transcripts are required.  Students should request their transcripts no later than April 4th.  All applicants will be notified June 2014. 

FLFHC wishes the best of luck to all who apply!

April 2014 Newsletter Download
April Coloring Contest Sheet Download
Community Memories:
These are large, one time events that residents will treasure and always remember.
  • Holiday Events
  • Block Parties

Community Wellness: Activities that promote health and wellness.
  • Slim Down Fort Leavenworth

Community Learning: New experiences                                         
  • Cooking Classes                            

Community Experiences: These are recurring, scheduled events.
  • Bowling Events
  • Welcome Luau
  • Ice Cream Socials
  • Children Birthday Drawings
  • Children Coloring Contests
  • Office Contests

Floor Plans

Permanent Party Enlisted

Permanent party officer

ILE Student

Cheyenne Village (Senior NCO)

Kansa Village (Junior Enlisted)

Main Post (Senior NCO)

New Oregon Village (Senior NCO)

Osage Village (Jr NCO - Sr NCO)

Ottawa Village (Jr Enlisted - Jr NCO with 4 BR need)

South Osage (Jr NCO - Sr NCO)

Iowa Village (Field Grade) 

Main Post (Field Grade)
  • 3 Bedroom Download
  • 5 Bedroom *please contact housing coordinator for more information*

New Oregon Village (Field Grade) 

New Pawnee Village (Field Grade)    
  • 3 Bedroom Download
  • 4 Bedroom *same as New Oregon floor plan*

Nez Perce Village (LTC - COL)

Old Pawnee Village (Company Grade)

Pottawatomie Village (Company Grade)

Pottawatomie Village (ADA)

Pottawatomie Village (Field Grade)

Pottawatomie Village (Field Grade)

Lower Kansa Village (Field Grade)




Infantry Barracks

Kickapoo Village

Old Oregon Village

Santa Fe Village

Shawnee Village

Wint Village


current residents

Work Order request

Document downloads

utility conservation

To Place a Service Order call (913) 651-3838, or click here to email your service request.

Normal business hours are 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM.  After hours NON-EMERGENCIES will be responded to next BUSINESS day. 

For emergency calls, follow the telephone operator's instructions.
  • pdf

    Exception to Policy Deployment Form

  • pdf

    Extended Absence from Home Form


The Army’s RCI Resident Utility Policy is based on the OSD policy to provide incentives to residents to conserve energy. The partnership between the Army and private developers supports this effort by providing incentives to occupants of privatized housing to decrease utility consumption and save energy. To view the Army’s RCI Resident Utility Policy, go to the document download tab.

 Fort Leavenworth Frontier Heritage Communities Utility Conservation Program uses the current consumption method which is similar to many other Army installations. The difference at Fort Leavenworth is that a 10% high/low buffer is used in the calculation with a $25 threshold. For further details concerning Fort Leavenworth Frontier Heritage Communities Utility Conservation Program, go to the document tab.

If you have questions regarding Fort Leavenworth Frontier Heritage Communities Utility Conservation Program, please contact Kay Brown (913) 565-9807 or email

What is Energy Conservation?

Energy conservation usually involves changes in habits and other no-cost actions, such as turning off lights when not in use, reducing hot water heater temperatures, car-pooling and combining shopping trips. It is one of the cheapest, cleanest ways to reduce energy use, energy prices, and pollution, helping to extend our nation’s energy supplies.

How Will I Know That My Meter Is No Longer Working?

Both electric and gas meters are similar to a battery in a watch. When the watch battery is dying, it either slows down making you late for your next appointment or it stops completely and makes you very late. A meter that is dying will also either slow down and show a reduction in consumption or it will stop and show no consumption. This will result in you noticing a higher than expected refund amount. A failing meter will not result in a higher bill.

Super Saver of the Month

Nominate your family for a chance to be our next Super Saver of the Month. Drop off a Super Saver of the Month Nomination Form along with a copy of your most recent utilities statement by the 21st of the current month (or the date indicate on each month's "Heritage Community Connection" newsletter. (Form can be found in the document download tab)

Each month, one winner will be selected from the forms that were submitted by the 21st and that particular winning family will receive a $25 AAFES gift card. A profile of the winning family, including examples of the steps they have taken to conserve utilities in their home, will be published in the FLFHC Newsletter as well as the FLFHC Housing Update Lamp articles.

Super Saver of the Month winners will be eligible for the Super Saver of the Year Award (which includes a generous family prize pack).  The Super Saver of the Year will be recognized on Environmental Awareness Day in May.

incoming residents


document download


The RCI plan is to privatize family housing at 45 installations, encompassing almost 85,000 family housing units. So far the Army has invested over $1.0 billion, resulting in over $10.9 billion of private capital to significantly improve the quality of life for soldiers and their families.

Where we are today:

One of the most profound benefits to privatized housing is that the money collected through rent (BAH) is invested directly back into improving housing at Fort Leavenworth and the costs associated with managing these homes. According to traditional spending, it would have taken the DoD 30 years and 7 billion dollars to get all of the family housing up to date. With the privatization of housing, homes meet or exceed Army standards typically within just 10 years time. By the summer of 2010, the total number of new homes delivered to Fort Leavenworth residents was over 500. 

Move In Checklist Download
Pet Policy Download 
Pet Addendum Download
Resident Handbook Download
Resident Occupancy Agreement (Sample Lease)Download
Special Power of Attorney Download

If faxing your application, please fax to (913) 651-2324 or email to the housing coordinator for your future resident status (ILE Student, Permanent Party Office or Enlisted).  Housing Coordinator information can be located on the home page.