Woodmoor Developments

Below are the current and upcoming developments in Woodmoor. All matters concerning the re-zoning and the building density of the properties are governed by the El Paso County Planning Commission and the El Paso County Commissioners. The best contact link for questions and/or comments about any proposed developments is https://epcdevplanreview.com/.  This contains links to all the documents the developer has submitted, including traffic and drainage reports. The reviewing planner at El Paso County is Raimere Fitzpatrick.  Subject to the provisions of the KAB-Pankey agreement, the WIA Architectural Control Committee can still render decisions that apply the covenants, the PDSM, and the Rules and Regulations to the properties.

The Dunes

Homes

A 15.83-acre parcel of land located between the Tri-lakes fire department and the Moorwood development on Woodmoor Drive.  The Dunes was developed by the Lake Woodmoor Development Corporation, a subsidiary of La Plata Communities, into 56 single family lots with approximately 5 acres of common area that is deeded to the sub-association.  This property was part of the KAB-Pankey lawsuit of 1999. Aspen View Homes is the current builder of the homes in The Dunes.  The model is open Sat –Wed, 10 AM to 6 PM.

The Beach

Homes

Two parcels of land, totaling 12.83 acres located on both sides of Lake Woodmoor Drive between Lower Lake Road and the Lake Woodmoor spillway. Originally platted for 115 townhomes of similar design to The Cove and the Lake Woodmoor Townhomes.  The Beach development proposal is for 35 single family homes on both sites. The Beach is owned by the Lake Woodmoor Development Corporation, a subsidiary of La Plata Communities.  This property is part of the KAB Pankey lawsuit of 1999. There is currently no builder for the proposed home sites. It is anticipated that infrastructure construction will begin sometime in 2018 or 2019.

North Bay

Luxury Townhomes

A 7.13-acre parcel of land located between The Cove and Autumn Way on the north end of Lake Woodmoor.  Originally platted for 84 townhomes of similar design to The Cove. The North Bay development proposal is for 28 luxury townhomes on the site. North Bay is owned by the Lake Woodmoor Development Corporation, a subsidiary of La Plata Communities.  This property is part of the KAB Pankey lawsuit of 1999. JM Weston Homes is the proposed builder of the townhomes for this property.  It is anticipated that infrastructure construction will begin sometime in 2018.

Waterside

Townhomes

Approximately 15 acres of land located between The Barn and The Cove along Woodmoor Drive and Deer Creek Road.  Currently platted for 82 townhomes.  Waterside is owned by the Lake Woodmoor Development Corporation, a subsidiary of La Plata Communities.  This property is part of the KAB Pankey lawsuit of 1999. There are currently no plans for the development of the property or any builder. It is unknown at this time what the owner/developer is planning for with regard to the development of this property.

No Current Plans

South Woodmoor Golf Course

Originally platted as a golf course in 1972 but subsequently abandoned, the property that comprises the golf course is privately owned and is currently platted as residential property.  All of the golf course properties fall under the WIA covenants for Woodmoor Greens subdivision or Woodmoor Placer. There are currently no plans for the development of these properties that the Association is aware of.  Any future development of these properties would be subject to the approval of the WIA Architectural Control Committee and the WIA Board of Directors.

No Current Plans

KAB-Panky Agreement

A 1999 court ordered agreement between WIA and the (then) owners of The Dunes, The Beach, The Cove, and Waterside.  This agreement vacated the 1971 covenants on these properties and set forth guidelines for the development the properties.  Like the 1971 WIA covenants, the KAB-Pankey agreement is binding to the properties and survives ownership transfer of the properties.  The WIA and La Plata Communities have been in negotiations over covenant control of each of these properties but cannot change the terms of the agreement without consent of the WIA Board of Directors and the owners of the properties.