Upcoming Events
Camelot Park Fall Gathering – Oct 6
Camelot Park Neighborhood Yard Sale – Oct 4 & 5
Annual Homeowners’ Association Meeting – Nov 14

Camelot Park Fall Gathering
As fall approaches, so does the second annual Camelot Park Fall Gathering! Like last year, we will have a simple pumpkin painting station and a couple of outdoor games for the kiddos to enjoy. Look for the Facebook post to sign up to bring a snack to share and BYOB or water or juice! It will be hosted in the Hicks’ driveway (5518 E. 103rd St) Sunday October 6th from 3-5. We hope everyone can make it!

Upcoming Camelot Park Neighborhood Yard Sale
October 4 & 5

Annual Homeowners’ Association Meeting
The annual homeowners’ meeting will be held Thursday, November 14, at 7 p.m. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. This is an excellent opportunity to meet your board and committee members and introduce yourself. We will meet at the River Oaks Presbyterian Church at 5150 E. 101st Street (just west of our neighborhood).

Camelot Park 2019 Directories
New directories were distributed to mailboxes on August 16, to those of you opting to receive a hard copy of the publication. Please remember that a copy of our directory is always available on the Camelot Park website (password protected).  If you need the password, just reach out to one of your HOA board members.  Website: www.camelotparktulsa.com

Volunteers Needed
Our board has three seats that expire at the end of this year.  Please consider serving your neighborhood community by volunteering for one of these board positions.  In addition, we are still in need of an Assets Management Chairperson. Please call one of your board members if you would like to volunteer.

Camelot Park “The Pride of Camelot Park” Newsletter
Thank you, Kate Pitcock, for publishing our last three newsletters.  Taking over for Kate as newsletter editor is Peggy Holmaas, who is also a new board member, stepping into the seat previously held by Shirin Zakerion. Thank you, Peggy and Shirin, for volunteering!

Until further notice you can expect six newsletter publications a year starting with this issue (September/October). 

Light Up!
Those who subscribe to NextDoor or Ring doorbell apps have probably noticed a recent uptick of property crimes in south Tulsa. Many of these incidents are just a byproduct of opportunity but it’s a frustrating thing to have happen. A helpful deterrent to vandalism and theft is a well-lit area. Please turn on porch and/or garage lights to brighten your property and our neighborhood streets. LED bulbs can cost less to operate and are available in a warmer spectrum light (2700-like an incandescent bulb) if the blue spectrum (3000+) is brighter than you prefer. Light switch timers can do the on/off work for you. LED landscape lighting (also with variable light warmth spectrum) is easily installed in a few hours and can both enhance your property and make it more difficult for vandals.  Let’s light up.

Are You Watering Concrete or Grass?

How often do you check your sprinkler heads for aim accuracy? Mower hits or even dry ground can cause them to pop off or to shift slightly. If your program runs late night or early morning, you may not realize corrections are needed. It’s a good idea to do a manual test once a month to check for leaks and coverage so you literally don’t pour money down the (street) drain! 

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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.

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Calendar of Events

September/October 2019

Fall Garage Sale

​October 4 & 5, 2019

Fall Gathering
October 6, 2019

Board Meeting
October 8, 2019

Annual Homeowners' Meeting

November 14, 2019, 7 p.m.

RiverOaks Presbyterian Church