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).

PAYMENTS - Kings Deer HOA accepts credit card and ACH payments through the ZEGO payment portal. 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 may continue pay by check to the HOA office as they have in the past.

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.

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.

HOA Office Closure

Posted 06/16/24

The HOA Office will be closed on June 19 for the federal holiday.  There will be limited email response and phones will not be manned this day. Please email  

Mowing Deadline - June 30

Posted 06/12/24

King's Deer has set the annual mowing deadline as 30 June. This is a mandatory annual requirement as outlined in the Covenants. The entire acreage must be mowed, including areas adjoining the street whenever possible. Mowing reduces fire danger and mitigates the proliferation of noxious weeds. Many residents mow more frequently to enhance the appearance of their property, reduce cover for rodents, and mitigate the fire danger from July through September. Please also remember to remove dead trees and shrubs. Noxious weeds as defined by the state of Colorado (especially thistle and mullein) must be remediated by mowing, pulling, or other weed control methods. Follow the link or type in your browser for a downloadable PDF.

New Highlands Secure Mailbox options

Posted 02/22/24

At their February 20 board meeting, the Kings Deer Board of Directors unanimous approved the following two secure mailbox options for owners in Highlands:

    1. Mail Boss 7506 Mail Manager Curbside Locking Mailbox, Black. The Mail Boss 7121 Black In-Ground Mounting Post must be used with this mailbox option.
    2. Architectural Mailboxes 6300B-10 Oasis 360 Locking Parcel Mailbox, Extra Large, Black. Must be used with the Architectural Mailboxes 7516B-10 Pacifica in-Ground Steel Mailbox Post, Black.

Since the posts are different, the current post will not be able to be used with the new mailboxes. These newly approved secure mailboxes are readily available from several retailers including the local Home Depot and on-line retail Amazon. The board reminds owners that only post style mailboxes can be used in King’s Deer Highlands. Owners in King’s Deer Classic may use the mailbox of their choosing but must be mounted in the ACC approved mailbox monument. The existing Brandon Industries Estate Mailbox will continue to be an option for owners in King’s Deer Highlands and is available from the HOA office.  If you are unsure if you live in Highlands or Classic or have other questions, please contact the HOA office (include your address) at

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