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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 "Members Only" 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 South Coast Property Management, our property manager, the Members Only site is the repository of our official Association documents and records.
Please feel free to Contact Us with your ideas and suggestions.
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Eastbluff primarily uses email to keep in touch with homeowners. Don't miss the news!
You will only be contacted regarding Association business and events and your information will not be provided to any third party.
Please show courtesy to your neighbors!
The Association has received numerous complaints about dog owners not cleaning up after their pets in the park, on public sidewalks and on private property. Please be responsible, be prepared and don't leave a mess behind. Pet waste bags and trash containers are available at the park for your use.
City of Newport Beach leash laws are enforced in Blue Heron Park. Please note that all dogs "must be securely restrained by a substantial leash or chain not exceeding six feet in length and controlled by a person competent to restrain such dog." Citations have been issued by Animal Control for violations.
Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association ~ c/o South Coast Property Management ~ 2549 Eastbluff Drive #166 ~ Newport Beach, CA 92660
Tom Unvert - Realtor
Picnic in the Park
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PARK OPEN ONLY TO RESIDENTS OF
EASTBLUFF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
AND THEIR ACCOMPANIED GUESTS.
•Park Hours: Sunrise to Dusk daily, excluding HOA events •No excessive noise •Adult supervision required for safety of children •No motorized vehicles except ADA mobility devices •Obey dog leash and clean-up laws •Littering is prohibited •No fires or hazardous activities •No smoking or e-cigarettes
Please respect these rules for safety and courtesy toward all your Eastbluff neighbors.
NEW COYOTE SIGHTINGS IN EASTBLUFF!
Coyotes are back, reported in private yards in the A and C streets & Alta Vista in June and July. They are now hunting for food for their pups born in the spring. YOUR help is needed to discourage them from establishing territory in Eastbluff.
~ Do not feed pets outdoors or leave pet food outside. DO NOT feed coyotes! It just attracts them back for more.
~ Secure trash bins containing food items & don't put them out until the morning of pickup.
~ Trim bushes to prevent coyotes from digging dens on your property or hiding to jump out on unsuspecting pets.
~ If you see a coyote, yell, scream, throw things & CHASE it away. They are timid & will run.
ALL sightings should be reported so Animal Control can track coyote activity in our area. Only a person who actually sees the coyote should report. Give date, time & location.
Use www.Nextdoor.com to send an alert to neighbors that a coyote is in the area.
1. If Coyote is spotted running up the street, in the park or hanging out in the neighborhood - file a report ONLINE at this website: COYOTE
Sightings alone don't need to be reported by phone.
2. If Coyote grabs a pet, refuses to run off when chased, or acts aggressively - IMMEDIATELY CALL 949-644-3717 and insist on speaking to Animal Control. An Animal Control officer or police officer will respond to your home to check on your pet & take a report.
3. If you find a coyote den, IMMEDIATELY CALL 949-644-3717 and insist on speaking to Animal Control.
4. If you find remains of a pet, CALL 949-644-3717 and ask for Animal Control to have it removed.
Use Negative Reinforcement
If coyotes begin frequenting our neighborhood, let them know that they are not welcome. Make loud noises, throw rocks, or spray them with a garden hose. For everyone’s safety, it is essential that coyotes remain wary of humans.
Use a variety of hazing tools to frighten coyotes and deter them from backyards and play spaces:
Stand tall, wave your arms, and yell, approaching the coyote if necessary
Use noisemakers (your voice, whistles, bells, or “shaker” cans filled with marbles or pennies)
Throw items such as sticks, small rocks, cans, tennis balls or rubber balls
Spray the coyote with a garden hose or from a spray bottle filled with vinegar water
Cars don't scare them. Get out, yell, scream, let them see you to reinforce fear of humans.
In Eastbluff HOA, coyote rollers may be installed on fencetops without HOA architectural approval.
For more info on how to keep your pets safe, go to COYOTE
Monday, July 11
Board Of Directors
Temple Bat Yahm
1011 Camelback Street
For Meeting Packet
Go to Members Only
Aviation Committee meeting Monday July 25, 4 pm, Civic Center Community Room
If you're tired of being hammered with noise and exhaust from planes departing JWA, consider attending this Newport Beach Aviation Committee meeting. Discussion should include the new flight path the city is proposing to the FAA.
Don't forget to report all flights that bother you to the JWA Access and Noise office, at 949-252-5185 and/or NoiseInfo@ocair.com. By not complaining, we are saying we're OK with new altitudes (hundreds of feet lower) and noise levels. Strong reaction from the community now could be important later on.
JWA Aviation Committee Meeting