This is the official web site of the King's Deer Homeowners Association. Here you will find information about the association, its activities, events, policies, and some information about the local area.
The King's Deer HOA office is located at the King's Deer Golf Course Golf Course Club House (19255 Royal Troon Drive).
VISITORS! Are you looking for the covenants, Architectural Control Committee forms, or other corporate documents? If so, follow the Library link at left. Minutes and financial reports are available to HOA members in the Library section of the Owner area.
King's Deer Roads
The roads in King's Deer are owned and maintained by El Paso County. As reported in The Gazette, according to Public Works Dept. 21% of El Paso County roads are in poor condition and 41% are in need of reconstuction. The best way to get King's Deer roads fixed is by individual property owners letting the county know that the significant problem exists. Following are contacts for the county to let them know about the condition of the roads in King's Deer. It is helpful to include photos and details when making a complaint to the county.
Dept of Public Works, Road & Bridge 719-520-6460 or for potholes or minor repairs, submit a service request through the Citizen Connect process: https://publicworks.elpasoco.com/customer-service/
El Paso County Commissioner, District 1 is Holly Williams. phone: 719-520-6411 or email: HollyWilliams@elpasoco.com
For a direct link to the service request page where you can request snow removal, traffic sign maintenance, right-of-way mowing, as well as road repairs follow the following link and search for the appplicable service item: https://citizenconnect-portal.elpasoco.com/FrontPortal/Page/RenderPage?tabId=7
Golf Course Use
A reminder to all King's Deer residents-
The golf course is privately owned and does not belong to King's Deer HOA. Residents are asked not to walk, snow shoe, ski, sled, walk dogs or participate in any other activity on the golf course. The HOA has many acres of common areas and miles of trails for our residents to enjoy. A map of these HOA owned recreational area is located on the website by following this link. You are also welcome to use the sportfield and adjoining playground area.
Residents are also reminded to stay off the ponds during the winter. Most of these are owned by the golf course and their use during winter is both dangerous and prohibited.
Thank you for your cooperation with our neighbors.