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.
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Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association ~c/o Tritz Professional Management Services ~ 1525 E. 17th Street, Suite A ~ Santa Ana, CA 92705
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HOA BOARD MEETING
Monday, March 1, 2021
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Board of Directors Nominations
The Association is now soliciting nominations from interested homeowners to serve on the Board of Directors.
The Annual Meeting will take place on May 17, 2021. At that time, two positions for two-year terms will be voted on by the membership.
If you are interested in running for the Board, please complete and return the Nomination Form, linked below.
The deadline for submittal of the nomination form is
County Health Officer Dr. Clayton Chau today announced that all Orange County (OC) residents ages 65 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
“I reached this decision after carefully reviewing case, hospitalization/intensive care unit (ICU), and mortality data related to older adults and noting the especially concerning outcomes for this specific population here in OC,” said Dr. Chau, County Health Officer and Director of the OC Health Care Agency (HCA). “My aim is to reduce hospitalizations and deaths as rapidly as possible, and we must prioritize our vaccine allocation to protect the most vulnerable in our community.”
OC Emergency Medical Services polled 25 hospitals with emergency departments on January 10, 2021, and 13 of those hospitals responded with data based on age group of patients currently hospitalized, in the ICU, and dependent on ventilators. Additionally, they provided the County Health Officer with weekly survey data from the hospitals that received CARES Act funding from the County of Orange.
Older adults have dramatically higher death rates in OC;
Deaths to older adults from COVID-19 have increased dramatically since November, exceeding those in July and August;
Currently, 54% of persons hospitalized for COVID-19 are over age 60; 72% of patients in the ICU and 72% of patients on ventilators are over age 60;
Hospital cases are rising most rapidly among 65 to 84 year olds;
Older adults from low Health Equity census tracts are almost twice as likely to die from COVID-19 compared to seniors who live in more affluent areas.
All residents are encouraged to register to be notified when the County of Orange’s vaccine and testing management app, Othena, has appointments available and is ready for their use by visiting https://othena.com/individuals.php and filling out the online form.
The success of the County’s phased, tiered vaccination plan depends on everyone being patient and allowing priority groups to be vaccinated first. Overwhelming the appointment system will make it even more challenging to dispense the limited supply of vaccine currently available. As vaccine becomes more plentiful, additional appointments will become available, and eligibility will open up to other groups.
Well, no one can say we don't live in interesting times! We hope this finds you all safely hunkered down & practicing all your anxiety management techniques.
While political unrest captures all the news media recently, the ongoing threat of the coronavirus will haunt us for months to come, and infection rates are at an all time high. Now that the COVID-19 vaccine is becoming more available, some of you have already had yours. The question of continued use of masks after vaccination comes up.
This article from NPR gives good info that can help us all stay safe. Please don't toss those masks out yet! Please share!
We hope for safety & good health for you & your family through this new year. Please get vaccinated as soon as possible, hang in there a little longer with masks & distancing, & stay safe!
Why do I need to wear a mask?
The CDM Sports Field lighting contractor were on-site Tuesday, February 9, to conduct lighting adjustments and test 5:30 to 8:00 PM.
The adjustments needed are primarily to meet the field's required light levels during an official game event. After the test, the study and documentation will demonstrate that both the lights levels for a play event and CEQA compliance are met. Details will be provided to the HOA Board.