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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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Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association  ~c/o Tritz Professional Management Services ~ 1525 E. 17th Street, Suite A ~ Santa Ana, CA 92705


Contact Us

Board of Directors

Monday, September 12, 2022
Date change due to holiday​

​Executive Session

Architectural Review Committee
6:00 p.m.

General Session
7:00 p.m.

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Board Meeting Highlights
Contact Us

Community Safety Meeting
Thursday, August 25
Blue Heron Park

NB Police Department Crime Prevention Specialist and Police Officers will discuss local criminal activity and crime prevention techniques for homeowners.

Sponsored by

Eastblluff HOA Neighborhood Watch
The Unvert Group Real Estate Team
Newport Beach Police Dept.
Tritz Professional Management Services

Please bring a beach chair.
Snacks & beverages provided

Newport Beach Water Restrictions

​​Neighborhood Watch 

              Meet our NBPD Area Commander
                              Justin Morouse

Newport Beach Police Department

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. 

Report traffic concerns
Beach information

June 2022 Crime Notes
  • Increases: Residential Burglaries, Commercial Burglaries, Burglaries/Thefts from Vehicles, Pick Pocket, Petty Theft.
  • Decreases: Garage Burglaries, Auto Theft, Mail Thefts, Bike Theft, Boat Theft, Shoplifting, and Grand Theft.

CLICK How to Protect your Property

CdMHS Update

​Trash Collection Update
​Charges for Additional Trash Carts, Non-Containerized Waste Effective July 1

The City of Newport Beach recently implemented an expanded recycling program to help meet state mandates related to organics recycling. As part of the expanded program, residential households are allocated a set amount of free solid waste material collection provided in a combination of black trash carts, blue recycling carts and green organics carts at no charge. 

Residents can review and select their household’s combination of allowed free refuse and recycling carts through CR&R’s website or by contacting CR&R Customer Service. 

As of July 1, additional fees will be charged for extra carts, at the rate of $6.09 a month for black trash carts, $3.41 a month for blue recycling carts and $4.11 a month for a green organics recycling cart. Billing will be done on a quarterly basis.

Also beginning July 1, residents will be charged for any waste that is in not placed within the provided collection carts, including waste left on the sidewalk or street, or on top of the cart (which will require the truck operator to get out and manually collect the waste material). Any residential waste placed on the curb, street, or on top of a waste container will prompt a $2.47 fee for each instance after the first warning. This fee does not apply to scheduled bulky item pickups.

If you would like to return extra carts, or request extra carts, contact CR&R Customer Service at 949.667.4158 or email

You can manage all your waste and recycling services through a Web-Pak account at

​NMUSD and Corona del Mar High School announced Jacob Haley Ed.D. is the new school Principal at Corona del Mar High School. 

Dr. Haley met with Ron Rubino to continue the ongoing discussion of operating policy for the CDMHS Sports Field and maintain the agreed upon EIR mitigation measures to limit impact of parking, lights and noise on Eastbluff residents. The meeting was very productive and supports the good neighbor policy.

A proposed change in NMUSD Policy 1330 Facilities Use was also discussed. The attached report describes the changes. One of the changes adds a definition for "Sports Feeder Programs" which are permitted to use the Sports Field. Their use is within the agreed-upon days and hours, must maintain the same use standards for parking and noise, and will not use field lights. 


The Newport Beach City Council on June 28 approved a Level 2 Water Supply Shortage declaration, which establishes a set of additional conservation measures designed to prevent the waste and unnecessary use of potable water.

Under the Level 2 declaration, Newport Beach residents must:
–Water outdoor landscaping no more than three days a week.
–Limit water use to the amount used by their households in 2020.

The following water uses are permanently restricted:
–Watering between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (to limit evaporation).
–Landscape watering by automatic timers must be 10 minutes or less per watering station.
–Using potable water to wash sidewalks, driveways or hardscapes.
–Water leaks or malfunctions must be fixed within three days.
–No outdoor irrigation within 48 hours after a rain

The Level 2 mandatory conservation requirements will remain in effect until the council declaration is repealed or until new conservation requirements are deemed necessary to ensure the continued sustainability of the city’s water supply.

For specific information, visit the City’s water quality and conservation webpage