Kings Cove Association 1131 Brookside Ct.
Rochester Hills, MI 48306
Phone: (248) 652-6424
Fax: (248) 652-9210

The Kings Cove Association, often referred to as the "Cove", is located within walking distance of the City of Rochester (north off of Tienken Road between Livernois and Rochester roads).  The community sprawls over several acres with the picturesque Paint Creek winding through on its westerly boundary.  There are nearly 400 family units located in clusters of buildings that create a delightful village type impression when viewed for the first time. A generous sized Clubhouse that accomodates parties and special meetings, Tennis Courts and an outdoor Pool, adjacent to the Clubhouse offer popular gathering places during the summer months.    ...Want to know more about us?

Trash & Recycling day is Tuesday..  Yard waste is also picked up every week on Monday starting April 1.  Please ONLY use brown yard waste bags. Do not put out yard waste on other days.

Please do not put your trash, etc.out before 6:00 pm the night before. Official rules and guidelines were mailed to each co-owner and are listed here under printable documents.

The Current Bylaws are available to view and print in the printable documents section.

2020 Election Results:

King's Cove Association - 2020 Election for Directors of the Association


Vote Totals

Cynthia Baran


Karen Elliot


Jane Haugen (Incumbent)


Michelle M. Jasper (Incumbent)


Paul LaRiviere (Incumbent)


Margaret (Peg) MacTavish (Incumbent)



Clubhouse Director: 
Michelle Jasper is the  Clubhouse Director.  She can be reached at (248)202-7605 or Her address is 1522 Hidden Valley Lane.
The cost to rent is $250.00 if under 50 people, $100.00 of that is a deposit that is refunded if terms are met.
Please note all except the cleaning fee of $75.00 is waived for funeral gatherings of deceased Kings Cove residents. 

On-Site Office Hours:
Mon & Wed 9:30 - 2:00
Tues & Thurs 2:00 - 5:00


June 18, 2020

Dear King's Cove Resident,

As you may be aware, the members of your board of directors have been diligently researching the possibility of safely opening the pool for use. They have sought opinions from multiple legal firms and insurance industry experts during this process. Each opinion received included the recommendation that association board members, and all other unit owners, fully understand the risk, liabilities and their potential consequences which exist when opening swimming pools for use during these current circumstances. Further, due to the limited legal and insurance protections available, overall ineffectiveness of liability waivers, and the heightened levels of exposure to risk associated with this decision, each opinion urged caution in making the determination to open at this time.

At the forefront of concern is the lacking assurance of coverages to defend and protect the association from claims that may arise related to Covid-19 and the use of the pool. While a claim of disease may be difficult to prove or win, it remains that should coverage not exist for these types of claims, payment for expenses related to its defense, along with any amount a court might possibly grant a claimant, would then be entirely the direct responsibility of the association, board members individually, unit owners individually, and any other individuals named in such a claim.

As a result, to protect the association and your individual vested financial interest in it from unnecessary and preventable loss, your board of directors has determined to delay the opening of the pool and clubhouse for use to such time that either the current additional requirements and restrictions are lifted, or proper legal and insurance related resources become available.

As these conditions and the related circumstances are fluid in nature, future updates will be promptly provided as changes may warrant.


King's Cove Condominium Association Board of Directors, and King's Cove management team.


To our valued Co-owners,

At this time of uncertainty, and at the recommendation of the CDC, we are taking measures to promote health conscious practices. To ensure these measures are successful, we have modified our routine practices to permit necessary assistance and services to continue. King's Cove and the AMI staff members remain available during normal business hours and through our emergency contact system for any urgent need arising after regular business hours and we remain committed to providing superior management of the needs and concerns of your home and community.

Effective, March 16, 2020:

     * Our office will remain open during regular King's Cove hours and the AMI main office will have adjusted office hours of 9:00am to 4:30pm; however,                                                                               both locations are closed to the public.

                    For those wishing to drop off information, a drop box is located near the front entrance for your convenience.

                    You may contact all King's Cove and AMI personnel either by phone or through email as the need may arise; email is the preferred method to ensure rapid response.

     * AMI and King's Cove are requesting that all in-person board meetings and all other group meetings be postponed. AMI personnel will refrain from attending in-person meetings.

       Electronic meeting formats are available and will be offered as a substitute to meetings traditionally held in-person.

     * Requests for all emergency or urgent concerns, and routine EXTERIOR maintenance and repairs will continue as normal, however, for your safety at this

       time, we encourage all Co-owners to refrain from requesting interior maintenance or repairs which could otherwise be delayed until safer conditions prevail.

Please be encouraged by the actions we are taking together as a society to mitigate these conditions as we are hopeful they will return good results and quickly end this time of difficulty we all share.


Curtis A. Norrod, President

Association Management, Inc.

Payment Information/Help: AMI, Kim (800) 821-8800

Board Meetings are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Clubhouse. (May be changed due to Holidays, etc.)

Thank you to our hard working, dedicated Board Members: 

Frank Moss - Association President
Gerald Dettloff - Association Vice President
Margaret MacTavish - Association Secretary
Michelle Jasper - Association Treasurer
Jane Haugen - Trustee
Michael Jahn - Trustee
Paul LaRiviere - Trustee

Oakland County Health | Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 General Public Toolkit

Dear Oakland County Resident,

Oakland County Health Division (OCHD) is working closely with healthcare providers, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to actively monitor and prepare for the presence of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the community. OCHD is providing a Preventing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Toolkit for General Public to share information with you and your family about how to stay healthy and prevent illness.

This toolkit is available at:

You will find preparedness information and prevention materials about:

  • Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) – What You Need to Know
  • Stopping the spread of germs                                          
  • Hand washing instructions                                                        
  • Cleaning and disinfecting

This is an evolving situation and information is updated on our website as it becomes available.  Our Nurse on Call is also available at 800-848-5533, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or


Check out the substantial history published recently by one of Kings Cove's former residents, Sharon Muir, Phd.  (Go to Co-owner/Resident Information and click on "Newsletter")  And, take a look at some summertime pics in the Community Photos section of our website.  (Photos courtesy of Richard Stinson )