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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 Contact Us with your ideas and suggestions.

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You will only be contacted regarding Association business and events and your information will not be provided to any third party. 

Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association  ~c/o Tritz Professional Management Services ~ 1525 E. 17th Street, Suite A ~ Santa Ana, CA 92705


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Board of Directors

Monday, January 3, 2022

Executive Session
5:00 p.m.
Closed to Members

Architectural Review Committee
6:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 844 0469 5342
Passcode: 274895
Phone-In Only – 669-900-9128

General Session
7:00 p.m.
Via Zoom
Meeting ID: 850 6122 7361
Passcode: 489034
Phone-In Only – 669-900-9128 

​Meeting Agenda

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November Board Meeting
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Street Safety

Please take the time to be careful on our neighborhood & community streets. EVERYONE please observe traffic laws and exercise caution at intersections and when bikes, scooters or skateboards are present. There have been reports of near misses and close calls between bikes and cars, and running stop signs seems to have become commonplace. 

​Some specific reminders for Eastbluff residents:

​When entering the neighborhood at the A, B or C street entrances, please slow down or stop to look for oncoming traffic that has the right of way.

Please observe all STOP signs with a full stop, not a roll-through.

Remember that the Bison exit does not allow straight traffic through the intersection. Please observe the right or left turn only signs and signals. Remember that this intersection once had a fatal accident that tragically took the life of a young Eastbluff resident.

For information on Bike Safety, please see this NBPD advice:

For information on Alternative Vehicles (motorized scooters, motorized bikes, Hoverboards, motorized skateboards, Segways, etc. click here:

Everyone, please stay safe!

None scheduled

THANKS to our 2021 Event Sponsors!

Toy Drive & Food Drive
Shana Spitzer & Laura Roche 
Spitzer Roche Team of Compass Realty

Holiday Party
Jamie Grace & Jennifer Carey of Arbor Real Estate Professionals.

Pumpkin Carving Party
 Peter McKernan of the H&M Realty Group

Housing Element Report

The City has completed the review process and updated the draft Housing Element Report as part of the General Plan Update. The complete report is available at the City’s website HERE

The report is very extensive and provides a direction for identifying parcels for development and redevelopment to meet the new housing units goal assigned by the state.  The updated draft report includes the number of housing units the Sate has allocated to the city to identify for future development. The allocation includes City’s 2021-2029 RHNA growth need of 4,845 housing units.

A detailed list of potential parcels is provided in the Housing Element Report. Eastbluff is included in the Newport Center planning area. No recommendation or decisions are made based on this report. It does give you insight into how many occupied parcels are considered feasible for redevelopment. The Newport Beach Tennis Club 7.5 acres continues to be listed.

Members are encouraged to read the full report and become aware of the potential plan to create zoning for more housing, locations, and price range goals.  

READ MORE and find links to Report sections
 If members have any questions or wish to submit comments, they should reach out to City staff by emailing

Trash Collection Changes

Mandatory separation beginning February 2022
  • Separate container for organic waste Yard waste, food, kitchen scraps
  • Change in routes days/ times of pickup
  • Extra charges for additional containers and special services 

For more information call NB Public Works 949-644-3055 or

​​Neighborhood Watch 

NEW NBPD WEBSITE - check it out! Crime Reports are in the What's New section. To receive specific crime alerts for your neighborhood, please sign up for alerts on Nixle.

Call NBPD immediately when you see something suspicious or when you need the police to respond to a situation that is occurring. 

November Crime Notes
Even with lower numbers than last year, please be diligent about crime prevention, especially in these areas:
Residential Burglaries
Catalytic Converter Theft
Garage Burglaries


CLICK How to Protect your Property

Newport Beach City Hall, Community Centers Temporarily  Closed 

January 1, 2022

In response to the current surge in COVID-19 cases, Newport Beach City Hall and community centers will temporarily close beginning Monday, January 3. All City services will continue, although some will be conducted only through virtual and drop-off services.  

The permit counter will continue to serve customers through drop-off bins placed outside City Hall, which were utilized as part of previous COVID protocols. City libraries will remain open, but no in-person meetings or programs will take place at libraries until further notice. Bill paying and other revenue operations will be conducted online and by phone. Recreation classes will continue as scheduled, with mandatory face coverings indoors; community centers will be limited to programs participants only.

Our highest priority is to maintain services and service levels to the community during this time.

We anticipate these protocols will be in place for at least two weeks, through mid-January. However, we are carefully monitoring the COVID Omicron outbreak in consultation with Hoag Hospital and County health officials, and will adjust as necessary.

City of Newport Beach News​