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The Camelot Village & Malory Square


APRIL 2019

If you live in the Camelot Village & Malory Square
Community, then this newsletter is for you. It is our
hope to create a wonderful community. Studies
show that having a good social network extends
your life, keeps you healthy, and improves your
well-being. Getting to know one another and
making new friends is always rewarding. Meeting
your neighbors gives you people to call when you
need help and we can support each other through
the tough times. Whatever you like to do, there are other people out there who like it too. Create a

group and share your passion. We all want to make the world a better place. Getting to know one another and working together to keep our neighborhood clean and safe environment, really does make our community a better place.

Join the 

Facebook Group

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Questions or Concerns?

Contact Brandis
Wheeler at:

(919) 856-1844,

ext. 5001

Did you know?


HOA Rules on Parking
No more than four (4) operative vehicles may belong to any one household and be parked in the community. Sufficient space must be available and all vehicles must be parked within the garage and driveway of the property. Parking over the sidewalk is prohibited, including sidewalks that go through driveways. For safety and aesthetic purposes your garage and driveway should be full of cars before you park any vehicles on the street. *Parking along streets create a safety hazard for other motorists or make it tough for fire trucks, ambulances or law enforcement to get to where they’re going.

Trash & Recycling

Our neighborhood trash day is on Fridays. Our recycling dayis every other Friday.*Trash and recycle bins must be stored in the garage, behindyour home or screened from view of the street and adjacentlots.




Our property management company is responsible for adhering to and enforcing the HOA’s policies, communicating effectively with the board and handling day-to-day operations. 

Kohn-Ell will freely share information and communicate upon request. Many people believe that the HOA and property management company keep secrets from the community, especially regarding the rules and regulations. However, homeowners are more than welcome to ask for information at any time. This can include:

  • Architectural Review Changes (ARC)

  • Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws

  • Contact list

  • Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions and Easements (CC&Rs)

  • Future planning documents

  • Maps

  • Meeting minutes

  • Newsletter

  • Welcome books, packages, and manuals



Hi, my name is Kristy. Even in the short period of time that my family and I have been living here at Malory Square, it’s been an enjoyable experience with many memories already made. In the first early stages of when our house was in the progress of getting built, I can still remember every visit to our block would be exciting. Every week there would be progress on the house, from there just being a slab laid one visit and the next there would be a house frame. As time went on, we got closer and closer to moving in. When the day finally came, my whole family couldn’t be more excited to move in. Now that it’s been 9 months since we moved in, we’ve got to know some of the nicest people in our neighborhood and we feel right at home. It’s nice to be able to take a walk and see all the new houses popping up all around us and see the community grow as time goes on.

I sure do have one beautiful family! I a

Upcoming Events

2019 Annual Board Meeting

Barwell Road Community Center

April 9, 2019


Barwell Road Widening Project Meeting


Barwell Road Community Center.
 April 23, 2019


Produced under the authority of The Camelot Village and Malory Square Community Association by the Newsletter Committee.


Committee Members:

Kristy Payne

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