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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.

Please Contact Us with your ideas and suggestions.

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You will only be contacted regarding Association business and events and your information will not be provided to any third party. 

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, February 6, 2023
Via Zoom Video Conference

Executive Session
5:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 870 8054 8359
Passcode: 198349
Phone In 360-209-5623

Architectural Review Committee
7:00 p.m.
Via Zoom 
Meeting ID: 818 8568 8867
Passcode: 579890
Phone In 507-473-4847

General Meeting
7:30 p.m.
Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 872 5133 1411
Passcode: 752850
Phone In 507-473-4847

January Board Meeting Highlights

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General Plan Committees

​A citizen-driven committee recently kicked off the process to update the remaining General Plan elements and, during another meeting, agreed to create a potential new element. SUMMARY
Click HERE for more information or sign up for e-notifications. The community is invited and encouraged to participate.
Questions? Contact city staff at

Join a City Commission or Committee

The City of Newport Beach is seeking residents to fill vacancies on the following commissions and committees: 
–City Arts Commission for a term expiring in May 2025. Meetings are at 5 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month 
–Finance Committee for a term expiring in June 2023. The committee meets as needed, on weeknights or weekdays.
–General Plan Advisory Committee, for a term lasting the duration of the General Plan update process. The committee meets as needed, on weeknights or weekdays

Click HERE for application & information
The deadline is noon on Feb. 8, or until the seats are filled. 


Saturday, February 4
 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Newport Coffee Company 
104 McFadden Place

 Newport Beach Police Department will host another NBPD Mobile Café, allowing community members to come together in an informal space to discuss community issues and build relationships. 

Join them for coffee, pastries and conversation!

Sunday, March 12

Spirit Run proceeds support  schools throughout the Newport-Mesa Unified School District and the Spirit Run promotes youth fitness, providing free event entries to underprivileged students, and donating event net proceeds to participating schools, youth sports, and other youth causes. 

Blue Heron Park Pollinator Project

​​Neighborhood Watch 

              Meet our NBPD Area Commander
                             Lt. 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
December 2022, Part One Crimes were down by 1.2% compared to 2021 and down 10.2% compared to the 5-year average. Property Crimes were down 6.3% compared to last December.

Property Crimes increased in Commercial Burglaries, Pick Pocket, and Auto Theft.  

Decreases in: Garage Burglaries, Burglaries/Thefts from Vehicles, Bike Thefts, Mail Thefts, Shoplifting, Grand Theft, Petty Thefts, and Burglaries/Thefts from Boats.

No changes with Residential Burglaries, Boat Thefts and Arson incidents.    

CLICK How to Protect your Property

Eastbluff School Corner​

Eastbluff Elementary PTA News
CdMHS & Jr. High PTA News

Eastbluff Elementary 3rd Annual READ-A-THON -1/30/23- 2/3/23

Family Valentine’s Dance Wednesday, Feb. 8, 5:30pm-7:30pm 

​MLK Jr.'s Day of Service -150 Eastbluff Elementary students, families and friends volunteered at the OC Food Bank on 1/16/23. They assembled 900 food boxes for families in need.

CDM's Boys Soccer Team shuts out Newport Harbor 3-0 in Battle of the Bay. Shoutout to Eastbluff's CDM goalie Matt Wood!

NMUSD Offering a Robust Summer Program
Incoming TK-6th grader 7/5/23-8/1/23 
Incoming 7-12th graders 6/20/23-7/20/23

The Board of Directors is requesting feedback from members concerning a proposed park landscaping project. Please review this report and return your Pro/Con comments by email to Ron Rubino at Results will be reported to the Board at our February 6 General meeting. 


The Eastbluff HOA Park Committee has proposed a landscaping project to create a Butterfly & Pollinator Garden in Blue Heron Park. Pollinators such as butterflies, including the endangered Monarch, and hummingbirds are struggling to survive in our increasingly urban world. We have the opportunity to replace the aging plants in parts of Blue Heron Park with California native flowering plants which provide food and a haven for butterflies.

This project would be contracted by the non-profit organization “Pollinator Protection Fund” headed by Laura and Michael Ford. This includes selection of plants and installation. Ongoing maintenance would be provided by the existing HOA landscape maintenance contractor.

The total project would include planting California native plants in 3 areas of the park to encourage cross-pollination of plants. An educational sign/plaque would be included to focus on conservation and education/awareness.

The total project cost would be $23,800. The Park Committee feels the timing of the project for spring is an important consideration and funding should come from available funds in the HOA budget. They are also willing to conduct a fund-raising program to pay 50% of the cost of phase I of the project to show HOA members’ support.

Please see these documents for additional information or to pledge your financial support for the project.



City of Newport Beach​