Welcome to COTTAGES AT CAMELOT VILLAGE!
Cottages at Camelot Village is a neighborhood featuring approximately 102 beautiful homes located in Springville, Utah. The Camelot Village HOA is dedicated to ensuring the beauty and stability of the area. Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
HOA dues for COTTAGES AT CAMELOT VILLAGE are due on the 1st of each month and late after the 10th. To make a payment please go to the MAKE A PAYMENT page located under the HOMEOWNER INFORMATION tab. For more payment options please click here. To view your account balance and history please visit the ACCOUNT HISTORY page.
Modify Your Home:
You will need to fill out an ACC form which can be found on the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab. It is located under the Homeowner Forms folder. This form will need to be mailed in to our correspondence address at P.O. Box 1006, OREM, UT 84058 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These can be found on the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab.
What is Covered with your HOA Dues:
This information can be found on the Budget. Go to the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab to find a copy of the budget.
Please clean up all of your pet waste immediately and make sure pets are on leashes any time they are outside.
Peace and Quite:
At all times, residents shall use reasonable care to avoid making loud, disturbing, or objectionable noises which might annoy or interfere with the rights, comforts, or conveniences of any resident or neighbor. This includes, but is not limited to people, radios, TV’s, tools, voices, vehicles, playing of musical instruments, amplifiers, or any other instruments or devices emitting noise.
Mail boxes are stationed throughout the Subdivision. You should receive keys from the Springville Post Office. There is also an “outgoing” mail slot available for your use. The mail generally comes after noon. Any tampering with mailboxes or posting flyers on the mail box is considered a federal offense. Also do not park in front of the mailbox.
Garbage pick-up day is on Tuesday morning. Place your garbage can out on the street and please retrieve it promptly. Please do not leave garbage cans in the street overnight. If you need assistance due to ill health or inclement weather problems, please ask a neighbor for assistance or let a member of the Board know. Holiday schedules can be found at Springville City website at www.springville.org.
Parking of either private or commercial vehicles in front of your home (front door or garage door) for more than 30 minutes is not permitted. Remember that these are shared driveways and each homeowner was provided a two-car garage and one outside parking space by the side of your home. If these two places are not sufficient, then vehicles must be parked on the street. The outside parking space located on the side of your home can be used for an RV/utility vehicle. This space is not for storage. Please advise your visitors of this guideline.
There is to be no parking of wrecked or worn-out vehicles on the street. Commercial or personal trailers and recreational vehicles are not to be parked on the street for extended periods of time. Springville City Code states that it shall be unlawful for any person to park or leave standing on any public road, street or alley any motor vehicle or trailer for forty-eight (48) or more consecutive hours or for twenty-four (24) or more consecutive hours during the months of November, December, January, February, and March, and any vehicle or trailer so parked or left standing may be impounded or removed by the police. This is a city code.