Welcome to Camelot Village

Camelot Village is a beautiful neighborhood in Tempe, Arizona.

The voluntary association was created to promote a sense of community within our lovely neighborhood of 300 homes. 

The association sponsors several social events, traditions and activities each year and works to encourage neighborhood participation in on going beautification projects.

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Voluntary Dues

The Camelot Village Neighborhood Association is kept together by resident volunteers and participation is voluntary, unlike an HOA.

As an active and vibrant neighborhood, we have events and projects that need funding to keep them part of our Camelot traditions and way of life.   Events include the Halloween Party and G.A.I.N. night and the 4th of July Parade and Picnic.  Projects have included the renovation of the Camelot entrance. 

If you would like to contribute, contact our Treasurer Jim Sippel.

What is a Neighborhood Association?

A neighborhood association is a voluntary organization of residents who work together to improve and maintain the quality of life in their neighborhood.  Associations can form out of concern over an issue or as a means of enhancing the "sense of community" within the neighborhood.

Membership is open to all residents in the neighborhood, but participation is optional;  boundaries are established by the association (usually 40 - 400 households.)

Dues are voluntary.

There is no legal authority to enact or enforce maintenance or design requirements beyond those established by City ordinances.

The organization establishes formal or informal bylaws to provide for at least one general membership meeting per year and require an annual election of officers.

Association position statements are reached through consensus; any dissenting statements are also attached and sent to the City.

Find more at the City of Tempe website.