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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

EVENTS
HOA BOARD MEETING
Monday, December 6

Architectural Review Committee
6:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
https://bit.ly/3rzNXhs
Meeting ID: 812 4049 7158
Passcode: 439633
Phone-In Only – 669-900-9128 

General Session
7:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
https://bit.ly/3G9ou2k
Meeting ID: 862 1281 8987
Passcode: 219986
Phone-In Only – 669-900-9128 





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November Board Meeting
Highlights
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Street Safety

​Now that most pandemic restrictions have been lifted & summer weather has arrived, it seems that everyone is out and about with unbridled enthusiasm. Traffic is back and kids and adults on bikes, motorbikes and motorized scooters are enjoying new freedoms and fresh air. Since it's been awhile since we've been on the streets a lot, we're all a bit out of practice.

Please take the time to be careful on our neighborhood & community streets. EVERYONE please observe traffic laws and exercise caution at intersections and when bikes, scooters or skateboards are present. There have been reports of near misses and close calls between bikes and cars, and running stop signs seems to have become commonplace. 

​Some specific reminders for Eastbluff residents:

​When entering the neighborhood at the A, B or C street entrances, please slow down or stop to look for oncoming traffic that has the right of way.

Please observe all STOP signs with a full stop, not a roll-through.

Remember that the Bison exit does not allow straight traffic through the intersection. Please observe the right or left turn only signs and signals. Remember that this intersection once had a fatal accident that tragically took the life of a young Eastbluff resident.

For information on Bike Safety, please see this NBPD advice:
BIKE SAFETY

For information on Alternative Vehicles (motorized scooters, motorized bikes, Hoverboards, motorized skateboards, Segways, etc. click here:
ALTERNATIVE VEHICLES

Everyone, please stay safe!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

Events are coming BACK to Blue Heron Park!​

Go to EVENTS page for more information!








Sunday, December 5
2-5 p.m.

The event will include a visit by Santa, crafts, food & more. Join the fun!

Sponsored by Jamie Grace and Jennifer Carey of Arbor Real Estate Professionals.













TOY DRIVE​
Saturday, December 11 
 10 am-12 pm. 
Sponsored by The Spitzer Roche Team at 
Compass Realty 
Shana Spitzer and Laura Roche







​​Neighborhood Watch 

NEW NBPD WEBSITE - check it out! Crime Reports are in the What's New section. To receive specific crime alerts for your neighborhood, please sign up for alerts on Nixle.

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

October Crime Notes
Even with lower numbers than last year, please be diligent about crime prevention, especially in these areas:
Residential Burglaries
Catalytic Converter Theft
Garage Burglaries

October 2021 Crime report for our area

Click for CITY-WIDE CRIME NOTES FROM OCTOBER

CLICK How to Protect your Property


Priority Eastbluff Landscaping Projects for 2021-2022

Each fiscal year, the Board of Directors adopts a budget that includes funds for Landscape Extra Projects to be used by the Landscape Committee. For the fiscal year of 2021-2022, $30,000.00 was included in the budget. 

The following is the initial project list with projected costs that the Committee would like to accomplish. The Committee works with Cresta Verde to finalize actual proposals reviewed and approved by the Board of Directors.

Click: CVL Priority Projects Report

Landscape Committee Co-Chairs 
Scott Smith & Barbara Quist


Landscape Committee Report​

Newport Beach Housing Element Report 

This report is a follow up to the prior report provided regarding the development of a City Housing Element Report, which is required in the General Plan Update.

The city has completed their review process and updated the draft Housing Element report. The complete report is available at the City’s website HERE

The report is very extensive and provides a direction for identifying parcels for development and redevelopment to meet the new housing units goal assigned by the state.  

Updated Housing Element Draft (11-12-2021)
Cover & Title
Section 1 - Introduction
Section 2 - Profile
Section 3 - Housing Constraints and Resources
Section 4 - Housing Plan
oAppendix A - Past Performance
oAppendix B - Sites Analysis
oAppendix C - Community Engagement
oAppendix D - Accessory Dwelling Units

 If members have any questions or wish to submit comments, they should reach out to City staff by emailing GPUpdate@newportbeachca.gov.

The updated draft report includes the number of housing units the Sate has allocated to the city to identify for future development. The allocation includes City’s 2021-2029 RHNA growth need of 4,845 housing units is allocated into the following income categories: 
• 1,456 units - Very low-income (0-50% County MFI) 
• 930 units - Low-income (51-80% of County MFI) 
• 1,050 units - Moderate-income (81-120% of County MFI) 
• 1,409 units - Above moderate-income (120% or more of County MFI)

A detailed list of potential parcels is provided in the Housing Element Report. Eastbluff is included in the Newport Center planning area. No recommendation or decisions are made based on this report. It does give you insight into how many occupied parcels are considered feasible for redevelopment. The Newport Beach Tennis Club 7.5 acres continues to be listed.

Members are encouraged to spend time reading the full report and make themselves aware of the potential plan to create zoning for more housing, locations, and price range goals.  

READ MORE and find links to Report sections