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The HOA has its own Welcome Packet that is separate from our HOA management company (Community Association Management). If you are a new resident and haven't received your welcome packet from the CW Welcome Committee,
please contact HOA president, Christopher Corcoran.
Social: If you are a new resident, one of the VERY FIRST THINGS we recommend you do is make sure you are connected to our communication networks. This will ensure you always receive up-to-date information about our neighborhood.
Here are the communication networks we currently use:
- eNews - create a profile on our site to receive updates in your inbox about once every two weeks, plus urgent alerts as needed via that blue button at the top of this page.
- Facebook - please 'like' our neighborhood Facebook page at this link: Cameron Wood Facebook Page
- Nextdoor - please sign up for Nextdoor here: Cameron Wood on Nextdoor
Below you will find information on: Mail and Newspaper Holds, Garbage and Recycle, Leach Laws and Nuisance Animals, Curfew for Children Under the Age of 16, Crime Reporting, Buried Cable Location Service, Local Government 311 Line and the Park/Quail Neighborhood Coalition.
(How to place a hold on mail & newspaper delivery):
For a minimum of 3, but not for more than 30 days, your accumulated mail will be delivered on the date you request. Complete PS Form 8076, Authorization to Hold Mail Form (PDF). It is 3rd on the list on the USPS web site, www.usps.com
. Complete and give to your letter carrier or mail to the post office that delivers your mail.
Water Restrictions: Currently there are no restrictions for Mecklenburg County.
The Somerset is $252 plus $51 for the number plate
The Wendover is $130
Installation: $60. Carolina Mailboxes: Phone 704-334-3393 or e-mail: email@example.com
: For delivery stop request for The Charlotte Observer
: Call-800-532-5350 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (Note: In this email address, there is not an e on the end of subscribe.)
: The City of Charlotte has a Noise Ordinance in place. The earliest you may operate lawn mowers and other domestic tools is 7 AM. You can find out more here: City of Charlotte Noise Ordinance
: Should be placed at the curb (and away from your mailbox) no earlier than dusk on Tuesday and should be removed from the curb by dusk on Wednesday. Garbage cans that are left on the street make it dirricult for the postal workers, newspaper, UPS and Fed Ex deliveries. They are also unsightly and greatly decrease community curb appeal. During the rest of the week, the cans should not be visible from the street. Please put them out of sight from the street and from your next door neighbors. Questions? Call 704-336-2673.More information on garbage pickup can be found at www.CharMeck.org
Getting Rid of Your Junk
: Everyone has junk. There's the worn-out sofa, the rusted tricycle, an old lamp with a broken base and the non-functioning microwave that are all taking up space in your home or garage? So just what are you going to do with all the unwanted items? Schedule a bulky item collection. Items such as household furnishings, appliances, lawn equipment and other similar items too large to be placed in the rollout cart are considered bulky items. These items must be scheduled for collection. To schedule a bulky item collection:
Call 311 or 704-336-7600
Please do not place items curbside until the day before the scheduled collection. Items at the curb more 24 hours before the scheduled collection could result in a fine of at least $50. For more information, including a full list of bulky items and preparation guidelines, visit http://curbit.charmeck.org
Recycle plant containers and pots at Lowe's Home Centers: Lowe’s recycles all of the plastic containers that plants come in – pots and flats! Even if you don’t buy it from Lowe’s, they will take it.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control
: Everything you want and need to know about local adoption, lost pets, leash laws, licensing, animal care, dog parks, dead animal collection, nuisance animals and much, much more. Animal Control Bureau: (704) 336-3786, or 311.
: Charlotte has a child curfew ordinance for children under the age of 16. The curfew is: Sunday - Thursday: 11 p.m. - 6 a.m., and Friday - Saturday night: midnight - 6 a.m. Anyone who sees a child under the age of 16 out after curfew is asked to call 911. For more information click here
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department will take the information entered and generate an official Police Report. Our neighborhood's police coverage is determined by the amount of crime REPORTED. We are located within the South Patrol Area. Please report any and all crime in Cameron Wood. Now it is easy to do...no matter how small the crime. Click here to report a crime online
Charlotte Mecklenburg 311
: Want to report a code violation, have your garbage cart repaired, or request sidewalk repair without picking up the phone? CharMeck 311's new online request system allows you to do just that. Over 20 service requests are available at your fingertips. Click here
Buried Cable Location Service: Locate buried cable lines before you dig. Call and request cable marking as the first step in any outdoor digging project. If you don't call for assistance and you cut the lines, you may be billed for repairs. Dial 811 or 1-800-632-4949.
Cameron Wood HOA c/o Community Association Management, PO Box 79032 Charlotte NC 28271-0030.