Hope you like helicopters because there are 24 Attack (Apache) Helicopters, AH 64's there. Pretty cool.
They are part of the 25th infantry and Airborne division. If your spouse is part of this here is their newcomers site. https://www.25idl.army.mil/newcomers.html
Here are the list of Army units stationed at Schofield. https://www.dodhousingnetwork.com/army/schofield-barracks/units
Both Wheeler and Schofield use the same housing office on Schofield Barracks base,
215 Duck Road, off of the Lyman gate entrance.
Schofield Barracks Housing Service Office (HSO): US Army Garrison Hawaii (USAG-Hawaii) is the Department of Defense executive agent for off-base housing on Oahu, and is located at Building 950, 215 Duck Road, Schofield Barracks, Wahiawa, HI. This office is responsible for providing assistance to joint forces stationed at Schofield; Marines, Army, Navy, and Air Force families in locating suitable off-base housing in the local community for lease/rent. USAG-Hawaii HSO can be reached at (808) 655-3073 to 655-3080.
The housing community is called "Island Palm Communities". And is located mainly in the back of the base. Mostly enlisted housing is available, which is more than half of all housing on Post.
You can also go to the site to see the cost of the units at Island Palm Communities. http://www.islandpalmcommunities.com/schofield-barracks/island-palm-communities/
To see the cost of the units and in comparison are a good deal than living off post in terms of quality (wood floors, yard, etc) and cost per square foot. The spouses I spoke with said it's "beautiful interior" and such a great support group of families since the community is so large. I know off post a 3bd, 2 bath home at 1400 sq ft ran you around $2800 which on post you can get up to 1900 sq ft same price.
They said you can expect to wait up to 2-4 weeks before you get a place, however recommended you call a month ahead of your arrival to get on the wait list to see if you can be placed when you arrive. Leasing office number is (844) 874-6019. M-F. Remember Hawaii standard time difference.
At post housing Schofield you are allowed 2 pets. Except for pit bulls, pit bull mixes, Doberman pinschers, Rottweilers, wolf breed combination?, chows, etc. I guess they exclude these breeds without even testing behaviors. There are perfectly good breeds out there that are loving dogs.
See Pet addendum for more info on leasing at Island Palm communities. https://winnmilitary.entrata.com/media_library/12710/56e6e646732f3523.pdf
This is a 23 min video on Schofield and Fort Shafter starting with the history with WW2 and the Korean War for the 25th brigade.
You can scroll through the video to see the information for transitioning to Hawaii and some resourcing information. https://youtu.be/PUlhrwYVoNI
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM WAHIAWA ANNEX
Saipan Drive, Bldg 55, Wahiawa, HI 96786
This is the closest military facility to the North Shore. It is the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific (NCTAMS PAC).
The Wahiawa annex is one of the WORLDs largest communication station. The headquarters site of this shore command is located just north of the town of Wahiawa. It's about a 10 min drive to Schofield main gate.
U.S. Army 53rd Signal Battalion’s is there and built a 28,244 square-foot Wideband Satellite Communication Operations Center (WSOC) in 2010.
The WSOC building is the second of the three major communications facilities that NAVFAC Hawaii has executed at JBPHH Wahiawa Annex over the past few years. The others are NCTAMS PAC, ITCS Daniel R. Healy Communications Center, and the Hawaii Regional Security Operations Center (HRSOC).