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The Regal Manor clubhouse is located at 549 Starlight Dr. and is a great venue for your next event. The clubhouse can accommodate up to 290 people and is equipped with kitchen/bar area (no oven/stove). The covered, lighted outdoor pavilion can also be used to enjoy the great weather and views this location has to offer. The pool area is not included (see policies below). We have eight 6' folding tables, six 5' tables and ~200 chairs available to rent. To book your event or for more information, please contact the CAMS office at 704.731.5560.
We have Wi-Fi access at the pool and clubhouse.
SSID: Regal Manor
You *must* have a valid pool pass to enter the pool area.
The 2016 Pool season is as follows:
The pool will open Saturday, May 14th, 2016.
The pool will close on Sunday, September 17th, 2016
The pool hours are as follows:
Before Labor Day
7 days a week from 9:00am until 8:30pm
After Labor Day
7 days a week from 9:00am until 8:00pm
Attendants will be on-site as follows:
During the school year
Monday-Friday 4:00pm until closing
Saturday-Sunday from 12:00pm until closing
During the Summer
7 days a week from 12:00pm until closing
Pool Rules Downloadable PDF
An electronic key card is required for admittance to the pool. Trespassing--including but not limited to jumping the fence, tailgating, and/or being on the premises when the pool is closed--will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Cards issued will be REUSED every year, so please hold on to them. One key card is provided per household free of charge. If you do not have a key card or it was lost/discarded, you will need to get a new one. Lost, replacement or additional cards are $25 each. Damaged cards will be replaced at our discretion. Cards will be (re)activated within 24-48 hours. The pools are an amenity only offered to members of Regal Manor HOA with accounts in good standing. A member may bring up to three (3) guests per household. Accounts not in good standing will not be permitted to use the pool and any associated cards will be suspended until brought current. The pool areas are under 24/7 surveillance and monitoring. By using the pool, members agree to obey to the pool rules. They are to ensure the safe and enjoyable experience for everyone. The attendants are provided to keep the pools and restrooms cleaned and stocked. They also reserve the right to close the pool(s) should there be a safety concern (weather, biological, chemical, etc.). Their decision is final. Attendants are NOT lifeguards but are trained in Advanced First Aid and CPR. First Aid kits and fire extinguishers are provided on the exterior of the pool house and in the cabana hallway between the restrooms. For emergencies, dial 911 via the phone located on the pool house. Non-emergency or other issues may be reported to CAMS.
If you are experiencing issues with your card, please report them to the CAMS office. Cards must be picked up and signed for at the CAMS office during normal business hours
Pool parties are no longer permitted due to insurance and liability reasons.
Playground & Picnic area
We are proud to offer a large playground and beautiful picnic area as community amenities. The playground is arranged for appropriate age play. The large playset and swings are designed for 5 to 12 year olds, while the smaller playset and swings are designed for 2-5 year olds. Seating is conveniently installed for observing parents. Our color-matched picnic tables are perfect for relaxing and eating under the shade trees. Both areas are under CCTV surveillance. Security lighting has been installed in these areas as well. Permitted usage is from dawn to dusk and signs are posted for appropriate use. Please help us keep this area safe and clean by utilizing the trash/cigarette bins. A designated pet area and Dogipot station are conveniently located nearby.
Charcoal grills are available in the picnic area. For everyone's enjoyment, please follow posted guidelines and clean up after use.
Motorist and Pedestrian safety
Please be advised that the maximum speed limit throughout the community is 25MPH. Conditions may dictate slower speeds and motorists should exercise extreme caution. We have a lot of residents that walk/run and children that play outside. It is generally recommended that pedestrians walk on the side of the road opposing traffic; bicyclists should ride with the flow of traffic. Traffic enforecement is provided by the York County Sheriff's Office on all county-owned roads(green street signs).
We’ve had many unidentified vehicles parking in various places in the HOA. Vehicles, trailers, boats, etc. that are parked on Association common property may be towed by the county or HOA without notice. Cars parked at the clubhouse after normal use hours may also be towed. Additionally, the Town of Fort Mill will begin towing vehicles parked on Farmhouse between Regal Manor Lane and the School. If you or your guests need to park at the clubhouse short term, please contact CAMS to make those arrangements. Parking on common property not designed for parking detracts from the overall look of the association, damages landscaping and prevents our landscapers from maintaining these areas.
Please refer to the parking policy under the "Documents" section of the website. If you receive a citation, or have questions about our parking policy, please contact the management office. Repeat offenses will be treated in accordance with our violation process. If you need to contact law enforcement, please call the York County Sheriff's Office by dialing 911.
Please pick up after your pets. We provide Dogipot stations throughout the community for your convenience. We know that people use them because we go through over 20,000 bags a year. However, we still get reports of owners not picking up after their pooch. Also, we’re noticing an increase of unleashed dogs.
York County Ordinances
55.19 requires that “the owner or keeper of every dog shall keep the animal under restraint at all times”
55.21 IMPOUNDMENT OF ANIMALS RUNNING AT LARGE
It shall be unlawful for the owner or keeper of any domestic animal of any description willfully or negligently to permit any such animal to run at large beyond the limits of his or her own land or the lands leased, occupied or controlled by him.
Please protect your pet from harm or impound! If you’ve found/lost a pet, you can search local shelters by visiting www.petharbor.com.
A large portion of the violation letters that go out are related to general yard maintenance. Bushes should be neat and trim, plant beds should be weeded, and lawns should be free of debris and bare spots. Lawns should be mowed and edged and clippings should be properly cleaned from paved surfaces. Proper weed control should also be applied. Preparing your lawn NOW will determine its health and beauty for the next year. We invest over $60,000 a year to maintain the common areas. Please help us by keeping your lawn attractive. Who knows, you could be the next Yard of the Month recipient!
We understand that there are several garbage collecting companies and that they have different pick up schedules. If your garbage can is down by the street, it is not in violation. However, if it’s anywhere else that is visible from the street, it is considered a violation. Please stow them away from view. This also applies to objects stored on the side of the home. This includes, but is not limited to bicycles, pallets, ladders, debris, or furniture.
We get reports all of the time from York County Sheriff’s Office advising folks to lock their cars and keep their garage doors closed. Criminals are stealing GPS, satellite radio, and other electronic devices. Golf clubs are an easy target in an open garage. YCSO recommends that homeowners perform an inventory of their home and keep a record in a safe place. Recovered valuables engraved with a distinctive mark or information are more likely to be returned to the owner in the event it’s stolen. For your benefit, we’ve provided details and an inventory worksheet on our website. If you are at home or walking around the neighborhood, please keep an eye out for suspicious activities and report them immediately by calling 911. For example, we have had reports of teenage mischievousness late at night, individuals climbing the water tower, and trespassing at the pool. We also need volunteers for our Neighborhood Watch program. If you’re interested in participating, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We do our best to keep everyone informed and provide a variety of methods to stay involved. If you haven’t done so already, “Like” us on our Facebook page.(Residency restrictions apply.) The Facebook page provides real-time updates and networking opportunities. Email blasts are another mechanism used for critical, and/or immediate notifications. If you do not receive these, please contact the management office to get set up. Additionally, the Board of Directors encourages feedback and schedules time from 6:30p-7:00pm on the fourth Tuesday of every month at the clubhouse. If attending, please reserve your time by calling the management office. Newsletters, budgets, meeting minutes and other official RMHOA documents are available by logging into your CAMS account. And last, but most important, is the annual meeting. It is imperative that we have as many people attend as possible. At the very least, if you are unable to attend—please! please! please!—send in a completed proxy. If quorum is lacking, then we can not proceed with essential business.
Regal Manor welcomes CAMS as the Association's new management company.
Kieley Wilson is our new community manager:
Calendar of Events...
Stay Tuned for future 2016 events
If you have a suggestion or would like to help, please email the Social Committee
Bunco is held the second Monday of every month at 6:45p.
The Board of Directors meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:30p
All events will take place at the clubhouse unless otherwise noted. Dates/times may change without notice. Refer to the Regal Manor Facebook page for the latest information.