Welcome to the Camelback Canyon Estates
Homeowners Association Web Site
There's lots of information - and ways to give your own input - on this site
Here you'll find many of the documents that are important to homeowners as well as the association, links to other sources of information, and ways to share your own interests.
Echo Canyon reopens
Major renovation expands parking
After a year of renovation, the city of Phoenix's Echo Canyon Park is reopening Wednesday, January 15.
For more information about the reopening and the renovation, please read the news release below.
Desert areas undergo rejuvenation
Many new plants added
Thanks to homeowner Alison Hamlet, HOA Board President Bill Cross and the Landscape Committee, our long anticipated desert area landscaping rejuvenation project is under way.
In mid-October, vendor Moon Valley Nursery installed dozens of new plants throughout our community to give our desert common areas some life. Many of these areas had deteriorated over the years due to plant die-off as well as the seeding of non-native volunteer plants.
Hamlet and the members of the Landscaping Committee, including Matt Thraen, Courtney Bannard, Bill Mahan, Tom and Carrie Clark and Mary Westheimer had several meetings to determine what plants would be used and where they should go.
The decision was to use native Sonoran Desert plants, and the desert common areas were carefully surveyed to see which needed what type of plants to give a more cohesive look to the community.
Over the next months, the HOA will be watering the plants to give them the best chance of survival. As they mature, they will be naturalized and able to live on their own.
Longtime resident moves, leaves board
Leffs will be missed
It is with great sadness that Camelback Canyon Estates says goodbye to longtime residents Karen and Marv Leff. The Leffs recently sold their home, where they had lived for 35 years.
Our HOA will also miss Karen, a longtime and active board member. "Karen brought her skills as a realtor, her knowledge as a longtime resident, and her sharp eye and great heart to the board," says board member Mary Westheimer. "We will miss her very much."
If you suspect a crime ....
Emergencies vs. Suspicious Activity
Anyone who witnesses a crime in process knows to call 911.
If, however, you see something suspicious or otherwise need to contact the Phoenix police about a crime, please call
City of Phoenix fall neighborhood newsletter now available
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Before you make any changes to your home ...
Architectural changes in our neighborhood require approval
As required by our neighborhood CC&Rs, you must
have approval before you make changes to your home, including paint color, additions, etc.
For more information - and the form you need to submit to the Architectural Committee, please visit the Architectural Committee page.
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If you have questions about the association, please email us at CamelbackCanyonEstatesHOA@cox.net
Thank you and, again, welcome!