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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.

Please feel free to Contact Us with your ideas and suggestions.

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Board of Directors

Neighborhood Watch Crime Report

Monday, September 14
​Note Time Changes For Meeting
Executive Session
5:00 p.m. 
Closed Session

General Session
6:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 892 7602 1971
Passcode: 434423
One tap mobile for dial in only
669 900 9128

Architectural Review Committee
7:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 834 8132 4152
Passcode: 853775
One tap mobile for dial in only
669 900 9128

Assessment Paid?

If you have not yet paid your Annual Assessment (or at least the 50% minimum requirement) please make that payment now. 

Collection action will be commencing on those owners who have not yet paid their Annual Assessment.

Bike Thefts continue throughout the city. Let’s keep this a priority for the rest of the summer. 

Bike Theft Prevention Tips
Secure your bike to a fixed object in a LOCKED garage or storage area.
When you take your bike out, park is where you can see it and LOCK it to a fixed object.
Use a high quality lock (i.e. hardened steel U-lock or hardened steel chain and padlock)  
Bike Security Tips
Click HERE to read

Register your bike at
If your bike is stolen, report to police as soon as possible by calling 949-644-3717 or online at:

Thefts from Vehicles continue to be a citywide trend.
Do not leave ANYTHING in your car.
LOCK your car doors & roll up the windows every time you leave your car.
Click HERE for monthly crime reports

COVID-19 Be safe!
Summary - Board of Directors meeting August 3, 2020.

Executive Session - Approved July 6, 2020, Executive Session minutes & took action on View Impairment issues 

Acting as the Architectural Review Committee, approved applications at the following addresses: 
  • 2801 Alta Vista, an construction timeline extension 
  • 2407 Buckey, artificial turf, fountain conversion to a spa and replacement of low block wall to wall with glass
  •  909 Almond, planter stairs steps, plant and tree installation 
  • 2635 Alta Vista, pool installation & equipment

Approved the minutes of the July 6, 2020, Board of Directors meeting.

Acknowledged receipt and review of the July 2020 monthly financial report subject to year end audit.

Approved a proposal from Cresta Verde Landscape for additional labor hours for trimming at a cost of $14,040.00 with CVL to provide a 10% manpower addition at no additional cost to the Association.

Approved a proposal from David's Tree Service for reduction of height of slope pine trees at a cost of $3,520.00

Approved a proposal from David's Tree Service for fall tree trimming at a cost of $2,641.00.

Approved a proposal for removal of 68 declining Rhaphiolepis plants throughout the community at a cost of $1,280.00.

The Board encourages all owners to attend the monthly board meetings as a way to stay informed on Association issues and during this COVID 19 Pandemic to follow State guidelines, practice social distancing and keep yourself and your family safe and healthy.

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Tritz Professional Management Services at 714 557-5900 or via email at Thank you.

On September 8, the County of Orange moved from the Purple Tier to the Red Tier as a part of Governor Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This allows certain business sectors to reopen immediately and businesses to expand their operations with certain restrictions. Additionally, County Health Officer Dr. Clayton Chau has issued related new Orders and Strong Recommendations, which also include seasonal flu vaccination for certain county residents and visitors. Access the document in its entirely here.

A listing of some of the activities and businesses now reopened and/or expanded today:

    –May reopen for indoor dining with modifications.
    –Capacity must be limited to 25 percent or 100 people,     whichever is less.
    –Must close every night by 10 p.m.
Places of Worship
    –May reopen indoors with modifications.
    –Indoor activities must be limited to 25 percent of     capacity or 100 people, whichever is less.
Shopping Centers
    –May reopen with modifications.
    –Indoor capacity must be limited to 50 percent for     shopping malls, destination shopping centers and swap     meets.
    –Common areas are closed.
    –Reduced capacity shopping center food courts (see     Restaurants guidelines for more details).
    –May reopen with modifications.
    –Retail capacity must be limited to 50 percent.
Hair Salons and Barbershops
    –May reopen indoors with modifications.
Personal Care Services (nail salons, body waxing, tattoo parlors, piercing studios, skin care & cosmetology, and massage services)
    –May reopen indoors with modifications.
Gyms and Fitness Facilities
    –May reopen indoors with modifications.
    –Capacity must be limited to 10 percent.
Movie Theaters
    –May reopen with modifications.
    –Capacity must be limited to 25 percent or 100 people,     whichever is less.
Family Entertainment Centers
    –May reopen outdoor only with modifications for activities     such as go-kart racing, mini golf and batting cages.
    –May be open outdoors only with modifications.
Museums, Zoos and Aquariums
    –May reopen indoors with modifications.
    –Indoor activities must be limited to 25 percent of     capacity.

Orange County residents can search for a business or activity type by visiting HERE and typing “Orange” in the County field, entering the business or activity type, and clicking “GET LATEST STATUS.”

Reposted from StuNews

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A good source of information and advice is the 
County Heath Department’s website This includes tips to stay healthy, symptoms to watch for and latest statistics for Orange County.

Do I need to wear a face covering 
when I go out in public?

Starting June 18, Californians must wear face coverings in common and public indoor spaces and outdoors when distancing is not possible. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone over the age of 2 should wear a cloth face covering – one that covers your mouth and nose - when going out in public. (There are exceptions – those having trouble breathing or are incapacitated should not
wear a face covering.)

Wearing a face covering protects others from becoming infected by you in case you are ill. Remember that COVID-19 infection may NOT have any symptoms! Let's all care for each other by wearing a mask in public & help STOP the spread of COVID-19! Public health officials emphasize that face coverings are not substitutes for physical distancing – keeping six feet away from others – and regular hand washing.
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