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Tritz Professional Management Services
1525 E 17th Street, Suite A
Santa Ana, CA 92705

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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Board of Directors

Board of Directors Meeting
Monday, October 2, 2023

Via Zoom Video Conference

Executive Session
None Scheduled

Architectural Review Committee
None Scheduled

General Meeting
6:00 p.m.
Via Zoom

Meeting ID: 869 9163 5720 
Passcode: 180185 
Phone In Only

August & September
 Board Meeting Highlights

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​The Newport Beach Police Department periodically conducts  traffic safety operations focused on the most dangerous driver behaviors that put the safety of people biking or walking at risk.

These violations include speeding, making illegal turns, failing to yield or provide right of way to bicyclists or pedestrians, or failing to stop for signs and signals. All these violations have been observed in Eastbluff.

“We all have places to be and not everyone gets there by car,” Lieutenant Eric Little said. “Bicyclists and pedestrians have the same rights to the road but face even more risk without the protections vehicles have. We should all be looking out for one another.”

The Newport Beach Police Department offers steps drivers and pedestrians can take to greatly reduce the risk of getting injured or in a crash:

  • Be predictable. Use crosswalks, when available.
  • Take notice of approaching vehicles and practice due care.
  • Do not walk or run into the path of a vehicle. At 30 mph, a driver needs at least 90 feet to stop.
  • Be visible. Make it easy for drivers to see you – wear light colors, reflective material and carry a flashlight, particularly at dawn, dusk or at night.
  • Be extra careful crossing streets or entering crosswalks at night when it is harder to see, or when crossing busier streets with more lanes and higher speed limits.

  • Follow the speed limit (25 MPH in Eastbluff) and slow down at intersections. Be prepared to stop for pedestrians at marked and unmarked crosswalks.
  • Make a FULL STOP at all stop signs before proceeding into an intersection or turning right.
  • Avoid blocking crosswalks while waiting to make a right-hand turn.
  • Be alert to pedestrians, dogs, kids on bikes or e-bikes throughout the neighborhood.
  • Never drive or bike impaired.

  • Obey traffic laws, use hand signals, use lights at night (front white light and rear red reflector), and wear a helmet.
  • A person riding a bicycle upon a highway has all the rights and is subject to all the provisions applicable to the driver of a vehicle.
  • Bicyclists must obey all traffic signals and stop signs and follow fundamental right-of-way rules. 
  • Bicyclists must travel in the same direction of traffic and have the same requirements as any slow-moving vehicle.
  • Avoid the door zone: do not ride too closely to parked cars.
  • If there’s a bike lane, use it, unless making a left turn, passing, or approaching a place where a right turn is allowed.
  • Yield to pedestrians. Bicyclists must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians within marked crosswalks or within unmarked crosswalks at intersections.

Thanks for protecting yourself and your neighbors in our beautiful Eastbluff!

​Eastbluff School News

​​Neighborhood Watch 

   Newport Beach Police Department 

 Meet our NBPD Area 3 Commander
Lt. Jason Blakely

Click for Crime Prevention
Crime Reports are in the What's New section
To receive specific crime alerts for your neighborhood, please sign up for alerts on Nixle.

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

Chief Joe Cartwright: Newport Beach Crime Status
Heather Thomas, Homeless Liaison Officer  - Update 7/14/2023

Suspects (usually working in groups of at least 2) approach the driver in a parking lot and use a ruse to get the victim to step out of their car. While one suspect distracts the victim, the other will snatch some of the victim’s property that was left unattended in the car. See more details along with tips for preventing this type of theft HERE.  

Electric bikes are becoming more popular and are a common target for bike thieves. Register your bikes HERE. It is free & takes just five minutes. If your bike is ever stolen, there are 2 main benefits of having it registered:

Drive, Bike & Walk Safely!

​Wednesday, October 11

6:00 PM Gym - Welcome & Performances
6:30 PM Quad - Campus Tours Begin
6:30-7:30 PM Quad - Programs’ Showcase
7:30 PM End of Event

Thursday, September 28, 2023 
4 Pm¬6 Pm
Free Admission

An Evening of
Science • Tech • Engineering • Art • Math
Hands on ~ Activities ~ Animals ~ Snacks
RSVP at EastbluffPTA.Com