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.
Annual Homeowners' Meeting
November 12, 2020 7 p.m.
RiverOaks Presbyterian Church
Annual Homeowner’s Meeting – Mark your Calendar!
The Annual Homeowners’ Meeting will be held Thursday, November 12, at 7 p.m. All residents are welcome. Meet us at the River Oaks Presbyterian Church at 5150 E. 101st Street, just west of Camelot Park. Attendees will need to bring and wear a mask for the duration of the meeting. Hope to see you there!.
Welcome to the Neighborhood
Camelot Park has seen a flurry of activity in home sales since our last newsletter. We would like to welcome the following families to our neighborhood.
Yamen & Nadia Jaber @ 10221 S. Fulton Avenue
James & Odessa Mann @ 5512 E. 103rd Street
Brett & Anna Proctor @ 10117 S. Fulton Avenue
Joel & Crystal Erickson @ 10222 S. Granite Avenue
Keith & Kathleen Reid @10222 S. Fulton Avenue
Blake & Melissa Boswell @ 10217 S. Granite Avenue
Check us out and join our Camelot Park – Neighborhood Facebook Group
Annual Dues for 2021
Your annual dues notice will arrive in your mailbox around January 2. Dues for 2021 are $265 and are due by January 31. This amount reflects a $10 increase from 2020, resulting from the increased costs incurred by the association and a couple of future projects that are in the planning stages. If you have any questions, contact treasurer, Kimberly Ylitalo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Farewell and Welcome
Goodbyes can be tough and this one is especially difficult. Liz Ray and her husband, Richard, have been a part of this neighborhood for many years. Several years ago, the board sent up a flair asking for a volunteer to fill a board position and Liz raised her hand. Since then, Liz has hosted a number of our Ornament Exchange parties, helped out with landscaping, hosted numerous board meetings, and distributed our Camelot Park newsletter (even through the worst of weather). The Rays left the neighborhood but have left us better off for their time
with us. We wish them the best of luck on their next adventure!
Thank you, Travis Boxley, for not only volunteering to be our Asset Management chairperson, but agreeing to serve in the board seat that Liz Ray vacated. We look forward to working with
More Thank You’s…
Thank you, Sarah Hicks, for organizing and hosting our 4th of July Parade and our 3rd Annual Camelot Park Fall Festival. It’s always a good time and such a wonderful opportunity to meet up with neighbors. Thank you also to Ashley Austin for setting up all the fun food trucks to give us some cheer during the Covid shutdown and beyond. And we appreciate the McKenzies on 103rd for allowing the food trucks to park outside their house, then have neighbors mill around their front yard! Once again, it was another opportunity to get out of the house and meet neighbors!
This time of the year is one when we get to enjoy the beautiful fall colors from the trees in our neighborhood. Of course, we also have the fallen leaves in our yards to clean up. We urge homeowners to do their best in removing leaves from their respective yards. In addition, cleaning up leaves from the street next to their curbs will help in keeping our storm drains clear.
Wednesday, November 11th is Veterans Day. We want to express our appreciation to each and every one of our brave men and women who have served our country. Thank you for your service!