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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
Monday, August 5, 2024

Executive Session
5:00 p.m.
Board Members Only

Architectural Review Committee
6:00 p.m.

General Meeting
7:00 p.m.

May Meeting Highlights​

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​Eastbluff Traffic Improvements​

Numerous Eastbluff residents have reported safety concerns about traffic violations occurring in and around Eastbluff including speeding, unsafe stops, close calls with pedestrians and vehicles, bikes and e-bikes. Former HOA Board President Ron Rubino met with the Newport Beach Police Department and City Traffic Engineer to request improvements to signage and traffic control measures to provide more awareness and protections for our residents.

The 2023-24 HOA Board of Directors 
was pleased to announce that 
additional traffic management and
speed limit signs have been installed 
throughout Eastbluff HOA, 
along with painted crosswalks and 
speed limits on the streets. Even a 
new safety sign now alerts drivers to
the presence of children at the park.

As a reminder, the speed limit in Eastbluff is 25 mph, with recommended 15 mph at a couple of sharp curves.

Attached is an illustration of the locations for the new signs and pavement markings.
Traffic Improvement Map
 Improved traffic and Safety Signs

The Board would like to extend their thanks and appreciation to the members of City Staff and leaders who worked with Ron to make this improvement a reality.

Power to the Park

​The electrical project at the park is completed. A power line was extended underground across the park from the main electrical box to an area under the large Pine tree by the sidewalk along Alta Vista for use at community events. It passed its first test by powering the music and PA at the July 4th Parade and Picnic Party! The line then extends across the park underground to the monument to provide light for the monument sign and a power outlet for holiday decorations.

And Lights!

Power was also extended to the monument at Jamboree and Eastbluff Drive. Drive by in the evening and take a look at our new monument lights!

​​Neighborhood Watch 

Newport Beach Police Department 

NBPD Mobile Café Saturday, July 13, 
10 a.m.-12 p.m., at Bristol Farms in CdM, 
allowing community members to come together 
in an informal space to discuss community issues 
and build relationships.

NBPD divides the city into four separate areas. Each area has an assigned lieutenant, who acts as an area commander. Eastbluff is in Area 3, along with Bonita Canyon, Big Canyon, Newport Center, Harbor Cove, Bayside Village, Island Lagoon, Park Newport, Promontory Point, and Balboa Island. It is home to the Fashion Island shopping center and the surrounding businesses and hotels in Newport Center.

 Meet our NBPD Area 3 Commander
Lt. Jason Blakely

Citywide Property crime update May 2024
In Eastbluff HOA - 0

Area 3 Crime Statistics (ALL of Area 3)


Newport Notified is the Newport Beach Police Department's alert system for disseminating general and emergency information directly from the Police Department to the community. It is used to notify residents and subscribers about issues impacting safety, such as traffic advisories, crime alerts, and community updates. It is also used for emergency notifications related to power outages, evacuations, tsunamis, and other hazards where public safety is at risk.

To receive email and text alerts directly from NBPD, please sign up  HERE  For more information visit NBPD NOTIFIED or call the Crime Prevention Unit at 949-644-3699. 

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

Buckle Up and Ride Smart! 
Explore Our New E-Bike & Traffic Safety Hub

Calling all cyclists, commuters, and curious minds! We're excited to announce the launch of our new webpage, your one-stop shop for all things e-bikes and traffic safety. Whether you're a seasoned rider or just gearing up for your first pedal, this hub is packed with resources to keep you informed, empowered, and most importantly, safe on the road.

Check out the Traffic Safety page HERE!


Bike theft can take an uptick over the summer, especially in beach communities. With electric bikes are becoming more popular, we’re especially seeing those becoming a common target for bike thieves. NBPD recommends that all bike owners register their bikes at It is free & takes just five minutes. If your bike is ever stolen, there are 2 main benefits of having it registered:
1. It can help police easily verify that it’s a stolen bike.
2. It can help in getting the bike returned to the rightful owner.

Here are some additional reminders for preventing bike thefts:
  • Purchase a high-quality lock for your bike. Bike thieves often cut through cable locks in a matter of seconds. 
  •  Make sure you know how to properly use your bike lock so that it is not easily defeated. 
  • Whenever possible, secure your bike to a fixed object – preferably in a LOCKED garage or storage area.
  • Locked or not - do not leave your bike outside (including on your patio) overnight.

Community News

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July 4th 
Parade and Picnic Party

​The Eastbluff July 4 celebration returned this year with a festive day in Blue Heron Park where local families celebrated with a children's bike parade, music and camaraderie. Tykes on bikes and "kidmobiles" of all kinds followed the NBFD fire truck on a lap around the park while everyone enjoyed a perfect day in the sun. 

Board Member Ron Rubino thanked Peter McKernan of PPF Realty,  whose generous donation provided free hamburgers & hot dogs from The Fix on Wheels food truck and cooling ices from Maui Shaved Ice.

THANK YOU, Peter, for your ongoing support of the Eastbluff community!

THANKS to Neighborhood Connections Committee Desiree Gamble & Gracie Hobbs for planning a great event! 

To join the committee to plan or sponsor more Eastbluff social events, please contact them at 


Tuesday, August 6
 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Bonita Canyon Sports Park 
990 Ford Road

Newport Beach Police Department invites you to join them for an evening in the park at in this annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.