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Neighborhood Garage Sale

July 31 & August 1​

Annual Homeowners' Meeting
November 12, 2020 7 p.m.
RiverOaks Presbyterian Church

Our Neighborhood

Camelot Park is a beautiful south Tulsa neighborhood located between Yale and Sheridan Avenues, just south of 101st Street.  Our neighborhood is served by the Jenks Public Schools, including the award winning Jenks Southeast Elementary School. Realtors and potential home buyers, please contact the Camelot Park Homeowners' Association Board with any questions you have about our neighborhood or you may view our neighborhood covenants here.

Fourth of July Parade
The annual Camelot Park 4th of July Parade is on even though we could not have our traditional Fire Engine in the lead. Instead, we will have a couple of antique cars leading the parade and also a vehicle at the back. We will meet at the entrance of Camelot Park on Saturday at 9:00 AM, make the loop around our neighborhood (minus the middle street, Granite) and will end where we began. Then take Granite back down to the Hicks’ house (5518 E 103rd St) for popsicles. Bring your bikes and scooters and anything else for some patriotic fun! Even if you are not participating in the parade itself, everyone is welcome to
come afterwards for popsicles. And, AS ALWAYS, please be sure to practice proper health safety, such as maintaining social distancing.

Neighborhood Garage Sale
The next neighborhood summer garage sale will be on July 31 & August 1.

Welcome to the Neighborhood
THE HOA membership extends a big welcome to the Meason family @ 5530 E. 101st Place.

Sprinkler Check
Walk through the neighborhood in early morning or late evening and you’re likely to see a LOT of water running into the street and not in yards. It’s a good idea to check your sprinkler coverage every month – mowers can hit them, grit can get into the sprinkler head and prohibit it from extending fully, or shrubs can grow over and block coverage. A recent incidence happened at the front entrance: a hydrangea was badly wilting. Investigation showed a huge growth spurt by azaleas since spring bloom that was completely blocking water to that shrub. Save your money and landscape and put a reminder to self to run a manual check once a month on your system and fix problems quickly.

Keeping the Camelot Park Directory Current
Even though we have no plans to print a new directory this year, we would like to give everyone an opportunity to update their contact information for our digital neighborhood directory. If there have been recent changes to your name, phone numbers, or email addresses, please contact Kimberly Ylitalo,, with the corrections. Go to to check out your current information, and let us know if we need to make changes. Thank you.