Information for Creekshire Residents
Information regarding your homeowners association account can be accessed through our community management company website. Available information includes:
- Account history
- Rules and regulations
- Architectural guidelines
- Information for submitting architectural requests
- Minutes from previous board meetings
- Contact information for HOA board members
- Community directory
Click on the blue button below to be directed to the login page for the CAMS community management website.
For information about rules, regulations, and architectural guidelines, please click on the red button below.
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ALL EXTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS TO PROPERTIES MUST BE APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE PRIOR TO ANY WORK BEING DONE!
The CAMS website includes complete instructions for submitting your request. Please note you will be required to submit a copy of your property survey with the request, and in most cases you will need a photo or sketch of the type of improvement being proposed.
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Where do my HOA assessments (dues) go?
Below is a graphic that gives a quick overview of where HOA dues are spent.
Coming soon will be more up-to-date and easier-to-read financial information on the CAMS website that will include links from this site. Your HOA board works hard to keep the quarterly assessments as low as possible and want everyone to have a clear understanding of revenues and expenses. However, the best way to stay up-to-date and informed is to attend the board meetings.
Street light out?
If you notice a street light out in the Creekshire Community, we ask for your kind assistance to ensure the repair is completed as soon as possible.
You can always use the Contact Page of this website to notify our Community Manager. However, it will likely require less time to
report the outage yourself.
Duke Energy makes this a very simple process. Just click on the Duke Energy logo below to open a new page and enter the requested information. All you need is the location of the light and the number that is shown towards the top of the light pole.