Professionally Managed by
South Coast Property Management
714-444-2602

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.
   Welcome!

Join The Community Email List
Association
Name
Email Address
Phone
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. 


The Sports Field Improvement Project at CdMHS has begun. ​On October 24, 2017, the Newport Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) Board selected CdM Sports Field Option B, two fields with lights, and approved the final EIR.  For details of the approved plan, please go to the CdM High Sports Complex page for background and documents. 

The School District has agreed to provide periodic updates as construction progresses, and to provide a way for residents to report any problems. Use the General Line (714) 424-8934 to report construction issues or discrepancies with the approved plan. For the full update report, click HERE.
Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association  ~ c/o South Coast Property Management ~ 2549 Eastbluff Drive #166 ~ Newport Beach, CA 92660 

 714-444-2602

Contact Us

CdM High School Update​

Board of Directors

Eastbluff Events



Board Meeting
Monday, September 9

5:00 
Executive Committee
(Board only) 
6:00
Architectural Review Committee
7:00 
Members Meeting








Oasis Senior Center
801 Narcissus Avenue
Corona del Mar CA 92625


John Wayne Airport






Blue Heron Park
EVENTS

​ICE CREAM TRUCK
Sunday, September 1
CANCELED

Pumpkin Carving
Sunday, October 27
2:00-5:00 pm

Holiday Party
Sunday, December 8
3:30-6:30 pm
Tree Lighting & Caroling

See details here: EVENTS

Earthquake - Are You Prepared?
On May 29, the General Plan Update Steering Committee met to finalize a recommendation that the City Council hire Kearns & West to facilitate the first Phase of the General Plan Update called the “Listen and Learn” process. 

The recommendation will be provided to the City Council on June 25, where it will be asked to approve a professional services agreement. With guidance from Steering Committee and City staff, Kearns & West will first prepare an outreach program. 

The program will include a variety of workshops, stakeholder meetings, surveys, virtual town hall meetings and other innovative techniques for outreach. The overall goal is for the community to express its vision for the community. 

At the end of the “Listen and Learn” process, the consultant will prepare a comprehensive summary of the process and articulate the community consensus of what is working, what is not working, and where we might go as a community. 

The summary will serve as a guide for developing an updated General Plan that meets current State requirements and the community’s changing vision. 


For additional information, go to the City’s 
General Plan Update webpage HERE.







Click logo for

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Was this the BIG ONE? The 7.1 Earthquake in Ridgecrest on July 5 , serves as a wake-up call for Newport Beach residents to be prepared for any unexpected emergency. 

City personnel from all departments actively prepare for disasters and we encourage community members to join us as our Partners in Preparedness. Everyone should have a disaster preparedness kit with enough supplies for each person to last a minimum of three days to two weeks.

What can you do to prepare?

• Register your cell phone with the City's Emergency Notification system, Alert OC, this is good for anyone who lives or works in Orange County. AlertOC registration at
www.alertoc.com.

• Sign up for the City's Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program to learn valuable life-saving skills. The next CERT training classes start in February and are free for all Newport Beach residents. CERT information:
CERT Training

VIDEO - NEWPORT BEACH CERT OVERVIEW

Click to ​Download: Disaster Preparedness Handbook

​​










Please show courtesy to your neighbors! Pet waste bags and trash containers are available at the park for your use. Please DO NOT drop bags in your neighbor's front yard!

​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. 

Newport Beach Animal Control 949-644-3717

Dog Owners Alert​


​Newport Beach General Plan Update
OC Supervisors Unanimously Approve Revised Option for General Aviation Improvement Program

On June 25, the OC Board of Supervisors approved a plan for its General Aviation Improvement Program (GAIP) that includes many of the elements of the project supported by Newport Beach and other impacted cities.

The plan calls for:
Limiting the full-service, Fixed Base Operators to two;
Limiting the limited-service Fixed Base Operators to one new and one existing; and
Preserving space for small (twin- and single-engine)  general aviation planes - 50%  of the airport area available for GA will be dedicated to light GA aircraft & thereby limit space for general aviation jets.
The plan also includes a General Aviation Facility for processing international passengers, but its hours of operations will be limited to 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. While the City wanted the facility excluded from the project, it believes the limited hours of operation is a reasonable compromise. 
​ 
MORE