Randolph AFB (Joint Base San Antonio), Texas
Randolph Air Force Base, TX 78148
Phone (DSN) 312-487-5321
Fax (DSN) 312-487-3166
Base Operator: 210-652-1110 or DSN 312-487-1110
Cost of Living: Compared to the rest of the country, San Antonio Metro Area\\\'s cost of living is 22.92% lower than the U.S. average.
Housing: Randolph AFB housing is privatized and managed by Pinnacle Hunt Communities (PHC), LLC. Pinnacle and Hunt will renovate 242 historic homes and maintain 75 homes that require no renovation for a total end-state of 317 homes. Call 210-659-9061 or visit the Pinnacle Hunt website for more information.
School: The Randolph Independent School District (ISD) is a Texas-funded and supervised school district located on Randolph AFB. The Elementary, middle and high school on base are run by Randolph Independent School District.
Medical Services: The 359th Medical Group, provides general outpatient medical services to active duty personnel, their family members, retirees and their family members. Appointments: 210-916-9900.
The Randolph Clinic does not provide emergency medical care. Emergency medical care is provided at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) and Wilford Hall Medical Center (WHMC). BAMC is located 17 miles from Randolph AFB and WHMC is at Lackland AFB located 30 miles from Randolph AFB. Both BAMC and WHMC are full service hospitals and provide extensive medical care in virtually all specialties. Additionally, Northeast Methodist Hospital (a civilian hospital) is located four miles from Randolph AFB.
If you need a forwarding address for your mail, you may use the one below. Upon your arrival, you may pick up your mail at the Postal Service Center located in Bldg. 860. If you have questions, they can be contacted at 210-652-3569.
1985 1St Street West #2000
Randolph AFB, TX 78150-4312
Not only is Randolph a great place to work the local community is also a great place to live. The cities of Universal City Live Oak Selma Schertz and Cibolo are directly adjacent to RAFB and most workers live in these suburban communities. There are three other school districts that support the area as well; Judson Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City and North East ISD. The East Central district has some small neighborhoods but very few local neighborhoods. There are also two major shopping areas within 5 miles of ba
We decided to retire here and live in Schertz. It has been named one of the top 40 small towns to live in by CNN-Money magazine and hosts a wonderful sense of community. Being a close neighbor to Randolph and Ft Sam it is naturally run by a team of former and retired military so you always feel good here.
And if you are coming to town and need assistance with houseing call and we can take care of you. We own RE/MAX Corridor and are a fll service Veteran friendly real estate firm. 210-659-6700. Welcome to Texas!
We have been stationed at randolph now for 5 years and it has been by far the best assignment we have had since being a military family. San Antonio is huge with a lot to do. You have Sea World Six Flags the Zoo The San Antonio Children's Museum and the Mckenna Children's Museum (which I prefer).
Traffic is a beast here and it seems like most everyone is an aggressive driver. So if you haven't been in a large city before San Antonio takes some getting used to.
Luckily Randolph is located on a nicer part of San Antonio. Really if you never wanted to venture out into the city you wouldn't have to. You have large shopping centers beautiful parks (I would reccomend Woodcrest and the Live Oak park in Live Oak) movie theaters and tons of restaurants.