Woodmoor, Colorado, is a community encompassing approximately 2,000 acres of land with fifty-one miles of roadway serving approximately 9,000+ residents. Established in 1971, Woodmoor is close to built-out with homes on most of the approximately 2972 lots.
Woodmoor is situated in the northern part of unincorporated El Paso County, straddling the Palmer Divide near the town of Monument and about 25 minutes from downtown Colorado Springs. Woodmoor lands include forests of ponderosa pines, grassy meadows, and hilly areas with a wide variety of vegetation. Elevations range from 6900 to 7400 feet above sea level.
Woodmoor is managed by the Woodmoor Improvement Association (WIA), which is governed by a 9-member elected volunteer board of directors. Annual fees are currently set at $241.02 per lot, and are limited by covenants to a maximum annual increase of 3%. The primary use of those fees is Woodmoor Public Safety (WPS), an 8-person professionally-trained and highly-experienced force that works closely with local law enforcement and emergency services to provide rapid response to resident calls and contributes to Woodmoor's very low crime rate. In addition, the WIA office enforces Woodmoor covenants, maintains and supports Woodmoor's extensive and varied common areas, manages Woodmoor's award-winning Forestry and Firewise program, and provides an array of other services to the people of Woodmoor.
While most of the lots in Woodmoor are single-family homes, Woodmoor also includes several townhome developments with their own homeowners associations (HOAs). These townhome associations enjoy the full benefits of WPS protection and access to WIA services and commons areas as well as the benefits of their own HOAs.
If you are looking to get an idea as to what Woodmoor looks like, all of the photos on our website are from Woodmoor. We did not use any stock photography on this site. The photos of our Common Areas and various amenities of Woodmoor were taken by one of our very own residents.
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We love Woodmoor because every home is different. This is not a cookie cutter neighborhood. The WIA also really cares about the health of the trees and getting free advice is always niceAmy S.
We haven't tried the Country Club yet, but the golf course looks nice! We chose Woodmoor because of the privacy and so many of the homes have great views of Pikes Peak.Gene P.
We just moved to this neighborhood and I must say that the people are friendly here. All the neighbors wave as I do my morning walk and when I have had to go into the WIA office, they were very helpful even though I didn't know what I was doing.Mike V.