Wednesday, March 15, 2017


Hi Neighbors and realtors!

I just updated the contact info for the 2017 HOA board here.

We have gone another direction with communications and utilize a private Facebook page now rather than this blog.  If you live in the Lake Camelot Estates - Plymouth you can search for us on Facebook and ask to join the group and I will add you to the conversation.


Most Significant Covenants/Reminders:

1. Driveways must be concrete or cement pavers. Asphalt is not acceptable.
2. Boats, trailers, campers, and RVs are not allowed to be parked outside a house for more than 24 hours. 
3. Article VII - 7.1 No dwelling, garage, or other structure shall be placed, erected or maintained upon any lot, until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape height, color, material, and location of the same shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Architectural Control Committee. Contact the HOA board.

4. No structures other than one single-family home are allowed to be built detached from the home (i.e. shed)

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Spring and Home Improvement Season

With the arrival of spring and home improvement season, please remember the architectural covenant: Any architectural changes (ones that require pulling a city building permit) must be approved first (addditions, walls, siding, etc.) Please contact a member of the Board of Directors regarding the change.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

On-Street Parking Laws Reminder

On-Street Parking Laws Reminder

On-street parking is limited to 24 hours. There is no parking on a public street between the hours of 2 am and 5 am. Also, there is no on-street parking when there has been a snowfall of 2 1/2 inches or more until the streets have been plowed curb-to-curb. Those wishing to park on the street overnight must notify the police department at 763.509.5160. You will be asked to provide the location, the reason you need to park on the street, your name and phone number. You may receive permission to park on the street for temporary situations that arise which prevent you from using your driveway, such as driveway seal coating, remodeling, construction, or overnight guests when cars will not fit in your driveway. The police department does not issue long-term or permanent parking waivers.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Plymouth Water Restrictions

Know and follow outdoor water restrictions
Plymouth has restrictions on outdoor water use, including a midday ban and an odd-even schedule. The restrictions are in effect May through September. Plymouth prohibits outdoor lawn watering from noon to 5 p.m. on all days. At other times, water customers must follow an odd-even schedule when sprinkling lawns.Homeowners with addresses ending in an odd-number, may water on odd-numbered calendar days. Those with addresses ending in an even number, may water on even-numbered days. The restrictions apply to all City water customers. Automatic irrigation systems should be adjusted accordingly. State law also requires that all new irrigation systems be installed with rain sensors so the system shuts off when it's raining.

City water customers may wash vehicles and do hand-held hose watering of shrubs, flowers and trees on any day and at any time if the hose has a nozzle with automatic shutoff. If you have new sod, seed or landscaping, you do not need to follow the odd-even restrictions during the first 30 days after planting. You must, however, still abide by the midday ban from noon to 5 p.m.

The penalty for violating restrictions is $100 for each day of violation. You will receive one written warning before you are penalized. Please keep in mind that if you have an irrigation system that is not functioning properly or is misaligned and water is spraying in the street, you could receive a notice of violation.