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.

Posting of Annual Meeting Minutes & presentation

Posted 11/16/23

The King's Deer HOA Annual Meeting minutes and presentation are now posted. These documents are located in the Owner area, Library section of the web site (login required). Please contact the HOA office ( if you need to reset your login credentials.

The next ACC meeting is December 14th at 5 PM, conducted via Zoom teleconference.  Please be sure to submit your applications in on time and schedule your projects accordingly. ACC applications must to be received in the HOA office at least 48 hours (2 full days) prior to the ACC meeting. Email submissions are highly recommended.

The next BOD meeting is scheduled to be held on December 19th, 6:00 PM at the Tri-Lake United Methodist Church (weather permitting).

HOA Assessments and Insurance - $325 for 2024

Posted 11/01/23

The annual HOA assessments and HOA insurance billing will be mailed out to all King's Deer property owners on December 1st. The annual assessments continue to be $300, and the HOA insurance is $25 for 2024, for a total billed of $325. Payments can be made by check mailed to the PO box as shown on the invoice. For your 24 hour convenience, there is a secure lock box outside near the door of the HOA office. This year the HOA offers credit card payment through Zego. (scroll down to related message for more detail.)  Many owners use their bank's bill pay feature to make the payment without having to physically write a check. If you choose to use the bill pay feature, please be sure to set up the payment using your property street address (or a significant portion thereof) as the account number. If you have an existing bill payment set up with your bank, please make sure that the amount paid to the HOA is $325 to match the amount that is billed for 2024. Payments are due and must be received by the HOA office no later than January 1, 2024. Payment receipts are emailed to all owners that have paid and for which the HOA has a valid email address. If you do not received the confirmation email, check you junk mail folder and if still not found, verify with the HOA office that your payment has been received and that we have a valid email address on file. Late notices will be mailed, certified mail, and posted to your property in accordance with state law, and subject to an additional service charge. 

Address for mailing check or scheduling bill pay to the HOA:

King's Deer HOA
PO Box 3143
Monument, CO 80132

ACC Meeting Schedule--November & December

Posted 10/26/23

The Architectural Control Committee meets only one day in November (November 9) and one day in December (December 14). Meetings are conducted via Zoom. Applicants are urged to attend the ACC meeting when your application is reviewed so that if there are any questions or concerns, they can be resolved during the meeting. Also, new construction applications--houses and detached garages--usually require at least two ACC meetings for review before the ACC votes on the final approval. Please plan accordingly if you have an urgent project.

Road Resurface - Royal Troon Drive - updated 11/09

Posted 08/25/23

Update 11/9/2023 - The project manager, Bret Dilts, reached out to the HOA and provide the following update. Due to weather, the new project start date is Monday 11/13/23. Aware of the possibility for winter weather events, the project will be completed is sections - from intersection to intersection. This reduces the impact on snow plows and the community.  Like Kershaw, Royal Troon will be taken down and reconstructed with a CTS (compact substrate) road base. A layer of asphalt will be laid on top before moving to the next section. When all of the sections are complete, a final layer of asphalt will be placed over the entire road proving an even continuous surface. Bret confirmed that the asphalt plants will stay open as long as they need them, and they have an established method for cold weather operations. 

Update 11/5/2023 - The Board of Directors is happy to announce that project start date for construction work on Royal Troon is Thursday, 11/9/2023. On 11/1/2023, the county posted a message board at the end of Royal Troon near County Line Road. The test bore holes were completed a couple of weeks ago and utility markings were conducted last week. If the earlier Kershaw project is an indication of things to come, be prepared for two to three months of extensive road work.

Additional comments 9/27/2023 - An update from the county roads department informed us that a contract for Royal Troon has been let, but only to conduct boring samples to assess the substrate. They are concerned they will encounter the same problems as Kershaw (inadequote road base) and need to do a lot more base preparation. If the extra work is needed, the county wants to include this in the final contract.

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

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. 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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