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Volunteers are needed for committee positions. If you can only give an hour during the year, or if you can give several hours every week, we have a place for you. You may also want to consider service on the HOA board. Contact a member of the board for more information.
What can I do to help within the Creekshire community?
When do I need to seek approval from the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) in order to make improvements to my property?
ALL improvements to lots require specific prior approval by the Architectural Review Committee, and will be approved or disapproved based on compliance with the Declarations, these Guidelines and/or the aesthetic discretion of the Committee. Modifications made to the inside of a home do not require ARC approval.
How do I send a request to the ARC?
Requests can be completed online using your login information on the CAMS website. Click on the CAMS logo below to access the login page.
If you have not registered for access to the site you will be shown directions on how to do so. Once you have logged in to the page click on "ARC Request" to the left on the page. Follow the directions shown. Should you require assistance, contact the community manager using the "Contact Us" page.
What are the pool hours?
When School is in session:
Monday - Friday: 4:00 - 8:30pm
Saturday: Noon - 8:30pm
When school is not in session:
Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 8:30pm
Sunday: Noon - 8:30pm
What is the season for the pool?
The pool is open from the Saturday prior to Memorial Day until the end
of the day on Labor Day.
Why can't the pool stay open
after Labor Day?
The HOA board fully understands that there are members of the
community who would like to have the pool open after Labor Day. We realize the weather is still nice and would like to enjoy the pool ourselves.
However, there are a couple of major factors preventing this from happening. First, keeping the pool open represents a rather major weekly cost. There simply aren't funds available to pay those additional costs. Second, most of the lifeguards who do such a great job during the
summer are students and are not available after Labor Day.
Why can't we use the pool without lifeguards?
Laws in Mecklenburg County are very specific regarding this point. We absolutely must have lifeguards on duty anytime the pool is open. The board realizes there are other communities that choose to ignore this law, but we also realize our first obligation is to protect the members of our community. In doing so, we will always obey all applicable laws.
If we must have lifeguards, why are there signs at the pool about no lifeguards on duty?
This is a great question the board has asked as well. Because of some strange precedents set by courts, we post these signs as protection against lawsuits in case anyone breaks into the pool while it is closed and then sues the association for not having lifeguards on duty. Strange, but true.