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Welcome to Deerwood.  Our website serves as an informative resource for our residents and our local community.  Please feel free to contact us with comments and suggestions or for additional information.
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HOA Board Members
The members of our Board of Directors are:
William (Bill) Fine - Chairman
Bob Smelser - Vice-Chairperson
Pamela McCrory - Treasurer
Jacob Medlen - Secretary
Jim Koepke - Member at Large 
ACC Members
Toby Winiger
Joe Gutzwiller
Peter Broscoe

Upcoming Events


When: October 18, 2021 @ 6:30pm. 

Where: Stones Crossing Church (7000 W. Stones Crossing Road).

General Reminders
Please remember we are a neighborhood and we all want to be treated fairly, and kindly. If a neighbor is in violation of covenants, please try to act graciously towards them as they may be unaware, or have forgotten, Deerwood restrictions.  If you feel it necessary, please contact our Architectural Control Committee ("ACC") by email for assistance. Please remember to select ACC at the "Send To:" line.
Please remember to keep your pets on a leash and/or on your property. If you see a loose pet and you know whom it belongs to, please help the pet back home or notify its owner. If there is an animal acting aggressively towards you, a family member or guest, please contact Johnson County Animal Control (317.736.3924).

Stay Informed
For your safety and to permit everyone an opportunity to participate, we did not hold an annual meeting last year. We scheduled the next in person meeting for October 18, 2021. The result of this delay is that all five of the current HOA Board of Directors have exceeded their current terms of office. On the advice of our attorney, we need to elect five directors at the October annual meeting. To preserve our system of staggered terms we will elect two for one-year terms and three will be elected for two-year terms.  That should put us back on track.