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Cresta Verde Landscape (CVL) is our landscape maintenance company as of June 1,  2015. The HOA Board issued a Request for Proposal on February 12, 2015, seeking bids for Landscape Maintenance Services. The RFP was sent to 39 contractors – 5 were selected as finalists. After personal interviews, the HOA Board selected Cresta Verde Landscape. 

Cresta Verde’s Chris Mello is Eastbluff’s Account Manager & Jose Zanora is the Supervisor for our community. The objectives of Cresta Verde along with the Landscape Committee are: 

Water Conservation while keeping the landscape as green as possible
Beautify the Entrances and Slopes
Enhance the Park landscaping
Consistent General Maintenance of our Community common areas

The CVL maintenance team will be in our community Monday, Tuesday & Fridays, mowing the park on Fridays. 





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Landscape Concern

​To report a broken water line or sprinkler IMMEDIATELY call 714-444-2602

For other areas of landscape concern
VIEW the Landscape Rotation Map to see when Cresta Verde will be servicing your area of Eastbluff.

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EASTBLUFF WATER USAGE
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 April 25, 2017

Water Restrictions Lifted

The City Council repealed its resolution declaring a level two water supply shortage and lifted the temporary restrictions on water usage.While the drought and water restrictions are over, we all still need to practice water conservation efforts. The State's effort is being called "Make Water Conservation a Way of Life."

Permanent Restrictions Remain in Place

  • Watering over 15 minutes per station for automated irrigation systems.
  • Watering outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes runoff.
  • Washing down hard surfaces including sidewalks and driveways.
  • Not repairing water leaks or breaks quickly.
  • Irrigating lawn, shrubs or ornamental landscape during or 48-hours after rainfall.
  • Operating a fountain or decorative water feature, unless the water is part of a recirculating system.
  • Washing a vehicle (including cars, trucks, boats, trailers and recreational) with a hose, unless the hose is fitted with a positive shut-off nozzle.

WaterSmart Newport
Eastbluff Landscape Team

Ron Rubino - Landscape Committee Chair & BOD liaison
ron@eastbluff.net - 949-759-9022 

Dave Moore - Captain for the “A” Streets acar_moore@outlook.com

Barbara Quist - Lead for the “B” Streets arbquist@sbcglobal.net

Maura Williams

Mark Gart - Water Conservation

Chris Mello - Cresta Verde Landscape (CVL)

If you are interested in being part of the Landscaping Beautification Committee – please contact Ron@Eastbluff.net
Landscape Committee Report
May 5, 2018


Issues:

1. Olive tree analysis and treatment recommendations

2. Irrigation controller replacement project and use of predictive weather data and mobile access software (Supplier is ET Water, Inc.)

3. Proposed Landscape repair/improvement projects for FY 2018-2019

The proposed funding FY 2018-2019 for Landscape repairs/improvements is $20,000. The proposed Olive Tree treatment is budgeted at $7,000. We have also included $121,764 for CVL contract renewal year 4. This includes a 6% monthly fee increase and fixed price for 24 months for routine maintenance services. This is a $6,893 per year cost increase over the current year 3 maintenance fee.

The Olive treatment if approved would occur in July 2018. The tree and soil analysis was performed by RPW Services. Applying the Olive tree and soil treatment will be done by CVL and we pay for materials, chemicals and extra hours to apply solution if needed. 

The cost to remove the Park Pine tree and Olive tree analysis were not anticipated and will exceed current budget. This will lower end of the year general reserves due to these unanticipated expenses.

ET Water company officials and CVL Management will be at the meeting to assist me in the presentation of the controller replacement project. We will discuss the benefits, projected cost savings from using less water and answer any questions the BOD or members may have for this project. 

Ron Rubino
BOD Liaison to Landscape Committee

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