Professionally Managed by
Tritz Professional Management Services
1525 E 17th Street, Suite A
Santa Ana, CA 92705
714-557-5900

Welcome to your Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association website!

Explore this website to find information about our Eastbluff community, a calendar of events, links to local places of interest, special neighborhood activities and events, Association information (such as Board members and Committees), and how you can become involved! 

For Association business, click the "Member Portal" link where you can find Association documents of CC&R’s, policies, procedures, Board resolutions, Board Meeting Minutes, pay your dues online, register for an e-statement, submit and track a service request and much, much more! 

Managed by Tritz Professional Management Services, our property manager, the Members Only site is the repository of our official Association documents and records.

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​Events
Eastbluff HOA Meeting
Monday, March 4
Via ZOOM

5:00 pm 
Board of Directors Meeting
  Homeowners are not permitted to attend.

6:00 pm 
Architectural Review Committee

7:00 pm 
Members’ regular meeting







December Board Meeting
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City of Newport Beach 
Housing Element Implementation Program Draft EIR Now Available for Public Review and Comment 

The 46-day public comment period on the Draft Program Environmental Impact Report will run from February 12, 2024, to March 28, 2024. Visit HERE to view the document.
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Be Disaster Ready: Join a CERT Class this Spring

The Newport Beach Fire Department (NBFD) is offering two sessions this spring for the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program, which trains residents on how to help themselves, their families and their neighborhoods following a disaster.

The CERT program is free to Newport Beach residents and those employed in Newport Beach.

The first session will begin March 5, and the second session will begin April 23. Join us to gain knowledge and hands-on experience in disaster preparedness, first aid, search and rescue, fire suppression and much more.

For more information and to sign up, visit www.nbcert.org.

Shamrock and Roll at Spirit Run

In March, Spirit Run will mark its 40th year of celebrating community, family and fitness, and supporting local schools, youth sports programs and other causes. This year’s event is on St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday, March 17 at Fashion Island. Spirit Run will offer a treasure trove of goodies sure to make it your lucky day.

Spirit Run’s event gear is Irish-inspired. Event shirts are green with a clover leaf design. Each finisher (adult, youth, and canine) will receive a lucky medal at the finish line. Anyone may turn on the charm with additional clover leaf shirts and merchandise available at Spirit Run’s online shop.

To register and for event details, visit www.newportspiritrun.org/. Visit the online Spirit Shop at https://spiritrun.myshopify.com/


"Transforming the Irvine Ranch"
Thursday, February 29 at 6 p.m.
Balboa Island Museum
200 B Marine Ave., Balboa Island

Mike Stockstill and Pike Oliver will talk about their book that describes the development of the Irvine Company properties that transformed 93,000 acres of farmland into an iconic Southern California landscape of beaches and modernist architecture including UCI, Fashion Island & our own Eastbluff community.

Donation: $20. RSVP to 949.675.3952.











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 Meet our NBPD Area 3 Commander
Lt. Jason Blakely
 jblakely@nbpd.org

Property crime update January 2024


NOTICE: Newport Notified replaces NIXLE

By April 12, 2024, NBPD will no longer send out alerts via Nixle. You will need to sign up for Newport Notified to continue to get crime alerts, traffic advisories, community updates and emergency notifications. 
REGISTER HERE

Call NBPD immediately when you see something suspicious or when you need the police to respond to a current situation.

E-BIKE SAFETY

New NBPD web page provides information on e-bike safety designed to address the concerns and questions raised by community members. The page includes rules and regulations so you can stay updated on the latest laws governing e-bike usage, safety tips for all bike riders, tips for children and parents, and information on the NBPD’s bike safety community outreach efforts. You can also learn more about the various classes of e-bikes and “sharrows,” the designated lanes shared by vehicles and bicycles.

GOOD GIVING PROGRAM
 “Say NO to Panhandling and Say YES to Good Giving” 

Donating to the Good Giving campaign helps support Newport Beach’s efforts to provide shelter beds and access to a variety of services (addiction treatment, mental health, family reunification and more) for those in need. The Good Giving campaign also provides direct donations to help in the continued success of recently housed individuals. 

TRAFFIC CONCERNS

Residents can now report traffic concerns through the NBPD website. This is the best way to get the Traffic Division information on chronic traffic problems (occurring in a specific location on a routine basis). It’s helpful in directing our officers where & when they can position themselves to address these issues.​

FUMIGATIONS

Recently, a home in Newport Beach was burglarized while it was tented for fumigation. Typically, in these types of burglaries, a suspect enters a vacant, tented structure (single family home, apartment complex, or condo) and removes valuables, such as electronics and jewelry.

If your home is being fumigated:

· Remove valuables (including jewelry, electronics, and important financial documents) from your home prior to the fumigation process.

· Talk to your fumigation company about their policies on setting your alarm, leaving windows/exterior doors open, security measures they use/recommend, etc.

· Consider adding additional/temporary security cameras and exterior lighting outside the area the tent will cover.  

· Notify your immediate neighbors to be alert and ask them to report suspicious activity immediately by calling the police department’s non-emergency number at 949-644-3717.

· Call Newport Beach Police Department at 949-644-3717 and request extra patrol at your residence during the time your home is tented.





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