King's Deer Homeowners Association  


King's Deer entrance at County Line and Roller Coaster, with Pikes Peak in the background Welcome!

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.

TLUMC Community Fall Festival

Posted 09/15/23

King's Deer residents are invited to the Tri-Lakes United Methodist Church Fall Festival to be held on Saturday, October 21st between 3:00 and 6:00 PM. There will be a chili cook off, carnival games, pumpkin walk, bounce houses, trunk or treat, and more! The Church is locate in Kings Deer at the end of Hunting Downs Way., near Royal Troon and County Line Rd. The address is 20256 Hunting Downs Way, Monument, CO 80132. See the link to the flyer on this website for more information, also in the Library>Newsletters>September 2023.

Ballot Mailing for Board of Directors

Posted 09/13/23

We need your Ballot!

Ballots for the Board of Directors election have been mailed out to all owners at their address of record with the HOA. The mailing is clearly marked and includes a instructional letter, ballot, candidate summary and return envelope. Ballots must be received at the HOA office no later than the close of business (5:00 PM) on October 16. If you plan to mail your ballot, please be sure to allow a few days for the post office to deliver by this date. After the Talley Committee counts the ballots, the election results are certified, and the results will be posted on this web site until December 7. If you lose or do not receive your ballot, you may email the HOA office for a replacement ballot. 

You may also view the candidate summery on this website in the Administration section under Board of Directors.

Please contact the HOA office with any questions.

Forestry Service Inspection

Posted 09/13/23

The HOA has again contracted with the Colorado State Forest Service to have Forest Service experts conduct a forest health inspection of the pine trees on approximately 350 acres of King’s Deer properties and identify any trees have been infested by mountain pine beetle, IPS beetle, mistletoe, and other hazard trees. The Association is paying for this inspection as a service that benefits the entire community. The Forest Service will conduct a lot by lot inspection of the forested areas South of King’s Deer Point, West of Roller Coaster Road and North of Highway 105. We request that your pets be kept confined during the inspection. The trees on these properties will be inspected on September 25, 2023, with September 27 as an alternate date in case the weather doesn’t cooperate. Your presence during the inspection is not required. A letter was sent by US mail to all property owners within the inspection area. 

For more information, see the Colorado State University Fact Sheets on the Ips Beetles and  Mountain Pine Beetles.

Road Resurface - Royal Troon Drive

Posted 08/25/23

We have confirmation from the El Paso County Department of Public Works (DPW) that Royal Troon Drive, from Kings Deer Pt to County Line Rd will be resurfaced this paving season. The project will involve a complete rehabilitation and new paving due to soil conditions. DPW is working with the contractor for the proper pavement subgrade design and working to get this scheduled, but we do not have a firm date set. Door hangers and message boards should be displayed at least two weeks in advance of the project start. We will provide additional information as it becomes available to us.
-Kings Deer Board of Directors

Design Standards Policy Revised

Posted 08/16/23

On 8/15/2023 the Board of Directors approved an updated Design Standards policy.  The policy was revised with several changes including definition of ancillary building for use as a guest house, removing the requirement for HOA approval of tree and shrub planting (owners must still comply with the Covenants), and general cleanup within the document. The new changes also includes verbiage and pre-approved plans for front yard landscaping in compliance with the new Colorado law SB 23-178. Please visit the Library>Governance Documents on this website to locate the revised Design Standards.

Credit card and ACH payments now accepted!

Posted 04/03/23

Kings Deer HOA now accepts credit card and ACH payments through the Zego payment portal effective April 1, 2023. You may use your major credit card (3.5% fee paid to Zego) or ACH bank transfer (no fee) to pay assessements, fees, fines, purchase mailbox, or other HOA payments. Compliance fees are not eligible to be paid through Zego at this time. Also debit cards are not accepted. Owners will need to register on the Zego portal before making a digital on-line payment.

When creating a Zego account, select "Homeowner", and use "Kings Deer HOA" as the property (HOA) under which you search. You will use your property address, for example "12345 Kershaw Ct", as the account number. Then continue to complete the registration with your personal and payment information. 

Owners that wish to pay by check in the mail or to the HOA office may continue to do so, just as you have in the past. Regardless of how you pay, you will receive a payment confirmation from the HOA if we have a valid email address on file. 

King's Deer Roads

Posted 01/04/23

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:

El Paso County Commissioner, District 1 is Holly Williams. phone: 719-520-6411 or email: 

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:


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