Kingswood Estates Owners Association

Firewise Information

From the YouTube website describing this informative video:

"Dr. Jack Cohen, Fire Science Researcher with the USDA Forest Service, explains current research about how homes ignite during wildfires, and the actions that homeowners can take to help their home survive the impacts of flames and embers."

Firewise Video

Recent Mountain Lion Sightings

Mountain lion information can be found at the link below.

Living With Mountain Lions

Welcome to Kingswood Estates

kingswood entry signKingswood Estates is a sub-division located off Iron Springs Road just northwest of Prescott, Arizona. Our development consists of 118 executive homes and lots bordering the Prescott National Forest (PNF).

In this area, Kingswood Estates is the gateway to the National Forest via Trail 317. Map Additional information about recreational opportunities in the PNF is available at the Forest Service's website.

We may be visited by traveling 2 miles out Iron Springs Road from Gail Gardner Road to Hereford Drive. Our community is 5 miles from Prescott's historic Courthouse Square and the many city activities available in the area.

The mission statement of the Kingswood Estates Owners Association (KEOA) is to "Protect Kingswood Estates property values with a minimum amount of encroachment on, or interference with, individual members' rights, and promote harmonious community relations in Kingswood Estates."

Firewise Community

firewise sealKingswood Estates is a Firewise community which follows certain guidelines to keep all its residents and their property safe from wildfires.

According to the Firewise website, "Firewise techniques include minimizing the risk of home ignition by carefully landscaping around residential structures such as thinning trees and brush and choosing fire-resistant plants, selecting ignition-resistant building materials and positioning structures away from slopes.

In addition, communities that have earned the special distinction of being recognized under the Firewise Communities/USA Recognition Program have followed a systematic approach to organizing and implementing a Firewise mitigation plan in their neighborhood. Program criteria and additional information about the Program can be found on the Firewise website."

The Firewise re-certification for 2019 has been approved and here's a statement from President Jim Zimmerman regarding this event:


Our Pinon Oaks FIREWISE renewal application for 2019 has been approved! I want to thank everyone for their terrific support at the POF Annual Meeting, (where we were able to gather the metrics of hours worked and funds spent to maintain folk's home defensible space) necessary to qualify for this renewal package. According to those metrics we gathered at the Annual Meeting and from other sources, this year our neighborhood completed almost twice as many hours and spent almost three times as much as our first year (2018). This first year improvement rate will probably not be sustainable, but it does show a great trend for making our neighborhood safer from wildfires. Other factors were our web site info (good job, Ray), our support to the PAWUIC (thanks to those who attend those monthly meetings), and the support to the Prescott FIREWISE activities (Home and Garden Show, FIREWISE Day, etc). I'm so proud of you and our neighbors!

Jim Zim

Real Estate Update

To keep residents apprised of real estate developments within KEOA, a local Realtor provides a monthly update consisting of information about listings and sales.

Real Estate Update

Prescott Athletic and Tennis Club

The community is home to the Prescott Athletic and Tennis Club, an independent tennis and fitness club, featuring wonderful workout facilities and classes as well as a pool and spa.

prescott athletic and tennis club

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