Kingsland Country Property Owners Association, Inc. Kingsland Country Property Owners Association, Inc.

In Office Appointments are now required to assure a member of our staff will be available to assist you. Please call 352-854-8666 to schedule an appointment or leave us a message on our email at [email protected] and we will call you to schedule. Office hours are flexible through the summer months. Thank you for your understanding.

The board is looking for volunteers to be on our Grievance Committee. If you are interested please email us with your contact information. Thank you!

Click here for the 2024 KCPOA Operating Budget

The 2024 Annual Dues are $50.00.  Invoices were sent at the end of December 2023.  You may pay online or send a check or money order to the office


If you're having trouble with your smoke detectors, or its time to change the batteries but you can't reach the detectors, you can ask our local fire rescue to help.  Please call MCFR Liberty Station 32, 11350 SW 49th Avenue for assistance.           





General Homeowners 2024 Meeting Dates:  March 21st and November 21st.  Family Life Church (provided venue is available), 4325 SW 95th St. Ocala, FL  34476 @ 7:00pm.

Board of Directors 2024 Meeting Dates:  January 9, (meeting changed to January 16 due to bad weather), February 13, March 12, April 9, May 14, June 11, July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10.  KCPOA Office, 7500 SW 61st Ave. Suite 300, Ocala FL  34476 @ 7:00pm.

Alternate Board of Directors 2024 Meeting Dates (if needed): January 16, February 20, March 19, April 16, May 21, June 18, July 16, August 20, September 17, October 15, November 19, December 17.  KCPOA office, 7500 SW 61st Ave. Suite 300, Ocala FL 34476.


Open Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday from 10:00am to 2:00pm Excluding Holidays

Welcome to Kingsland Country Property Owners Association, Inc.

The mission of Kingsland Country Property Owners Association, Inc. (KCPOA) is to effectively manage the operations so that property values in our community are preserved.  It is the duty of the Board to:

  • Help beautify the community and maintain its aesthetics.
  • To make the community a more enjoyable and attractive place to live.
  • To provide members with services as available and afforable to the Association.
  • To create Rules and Regulations, to enhance the standard of living in this single family home community.
  • To foster a comfortable, and cooperative and neighborly living arrangements amoung the owners and residents of the Association.
  • To enforce any and all Rules and Regulations regarding the lots of parcels included in this Association.
  • To protect the property and members of the Association from outside improper influences, development not complimentary to the Association and its standards.
  • To insure that the Roads and Storm Water Run-Off Systems are maintained either by the Association or Marion County.


Home Owner Letter