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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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Construction is on schedule with completion in June 2020.
Pads for light poles are being installed. Poles and lights will be installed in next two weeks. Tests will be conducted including test for standards establish in EIR mitigation settlement to reduce overflow and glare from lights. A report will be provided to our HOA after the report is published.
Landscape plan with specific trees and plants identified is now available. We will post this to the HOA website.

To report any problems with the project, please call (714) 424-8934 to report construction issues or discrepancies with the approved plan. 
Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association  ~ c/o South Coast Property Management ~ 2549 Eastbluff Drive #166 ~ Newport Beach, CA 92660 

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CdM High School Update​

Board of Directors

Eastbluff Events



Board Meeting
Monday, March 2

5:00
Executive Committee
(Board only) 
6:00
Architectural Review Committee
6:30
Extended Executive Session
7:00
Members Meeting








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John Wayne Airport







Blue Heron Park
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Earthquake - Are You Prepared?
.​General Plan Launches Newport, Together

This new website for information about the General Pean Update will provide everything you need to know about the Listen & Learn process and what the General Plan means for you and your community. Most importantly, the City wants to hear about what you value about Newport Beach and your vision for the future. The General Plan is important to all residents and potentially affects everyone. You are encouraged to participate. 

Visit Newport Together today HERE







Eastbluff Board Adopts DRAFT Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) Architectural Guidelines

At their February 3 meeting, the Board approved a DRAFT version of the guidelines and commenced the 28 day notice period required by Civil Code prior to final adoption. Below  is a link to the specific changes to the existing architectural guidelines which add language related to the construction of ADUs. Those additions are marked in yellow. Owners are encouraged to provide their comments over the next 28 days on these changes. The Board will consider final adoption of the new guidelines at their March 2, 2020 meeting
Click HERE



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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

The HOA Board members believe the A street preferential parking permit program has been successful in reducing student parking in our residential areas. Some A Street residents feel the problem has been reduced and recently  requested the Board to revise the parking permit area to eliminate parking restrictions on the upper streets of Alta Vista, Aleppo, Alder and Almond.

The Board of Directors surveyed 104 homes in the impacted A street to determine residents' opinions. From 36 surveys returned, 10 Members asked for no change and 26 supported removing restrictions on the upper A Streets. 

After extensive discussion at the Feb 2 Board meeting, the Board voted to defer any changes to the program until the impact of the new sports field can be assessed. The impact to the A streets, as well as traffic into and out of the A streets, is not yet known, and it is too early to remove the parking permit requirement. The City would likely not be amenable to removing restrictions now and then be asked to reinstate them later. 

For further details please click HERE.




​Newport Beach General Plan Update
John Wayne Airport upgrades noise complaint system 

Making noise complaints about John Wayne Airport flights just got a 21st-century upgrade with the introduction of a new noise event system.

The Viewpoint system, which rolled out earlier this month, lets users report noisy flights or other issues from a smartphone or computer through its portal, which sends them to the airport’s noise and operations management system.

People can also create a profile to track anything they’ve submitted to ensure airport officials received it. Previously, questions and complaints had to be called in by phone or emailed, and then airport staff had to manually add them to the noise management system, JWA spokeswoman Deanne Thompson said, so the new system is intended to streamline and simplify the process for users as well as the airport’s Access and Noise Office.

Viewpoint can be reached at 949-2525185.
More information at ocair.com/aboutjwa/accessandnoise 
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Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) 
Legislative Mandates​


​Eastbluff A Street 
Preferred Parking Program