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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Donna Perrozzi  7/24
•   Vicki Burkholder  7/22
•   Bud Burkholder  7/22
•   Robert Donahue  7/4
•   Gino Perrozzi  7/3
•   April Clark (Clark)  4/18
•   Terri Fegely  3/3
•   Terri Hollowell  1/16
•   Merlen Rollins  1/15
•   Patricia Vejar  11/28
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WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

44 live in Arizona
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Michigan
5 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Montana
2 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Tennessee
3 live in British Columbia
1 lives in Manitoba
2 live in Saskatchewan
118 location unknown

JOINED HOME OWNERS


Percentage of Joined Home Owners: 34.8%


A:   64   Joined
B:   120   Not Joined

Welcome to Camino del Rey Home Owners web site.

Camino del Rey is a 55+ community located at 542 South Higley Road in East Mesa near the intersection of Broadway Road and Higley.  Established in 1984, our secluded neighborhood has 122 patio homes with stucco exteriors and tile roofs.  Often called the "hidden gem" of the East Valley,  CDR is tucked back from the main road with only one entrance, thus providing a degree of privacy.

Conveniently located in the East Valley, Camino del Rey is minutes away from two major highways, "the 60" and the Red Mountain Freeway, and 20-25 minutes from Sky Harbor airport.  Golfing, shopping, theater, restaurants, casinos, all are within a short distance.

Camino del Rey is self-managed by a seven member volunteer Board of Directors.  As a result, residents share in the governing and maintenance activities of our community.  All are encouraged to attend monthly Board meetings and become involved.  Our Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's) and Bylaws are available for review.

Be sure to explore our website to learn more about us.  For  detailed information and photos, check out the "About Us" page.  

 

If you are currently a Camino del Rey Home Owner, please see 'First Website Visit' for a guide line for setting up your Home Owner profile.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Pool cover operation has changed.

Home owners can now operate the pool cover opening and closing on their own. When opening or closing the pool cover, be sure to turn and hold the key to the correct position until the cover is fully opened or closed.