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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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You will only be contacted regarding Association business and events and your information will not be provided to any third party.
Please show courtesy to your neighbors!
The Association has received numerous complaints about dog owners not cleaning up after their pets in the park, on public sidewalks and on private property. Please be responsible, be prepared and don't leave a mess behind. Pet waste bags and trash containers are available at the park for your use.
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.
To report violations, please call
Newport Beach Animal Control 949-644-3717
Eastbluff Homeowners Community Association ~ c/o South Coast Property Management ~ 2549 Eastbluff Drive #166 ~ Newport Beach, CA 92660
PROPOSED Architectural Standards
At the February 5 HOA Meeting, the Board and Members discussed the comments received regarding the proposed Architectural Standards. Ron Rubino provided an overview of the comments including those in opposition or support. Data was distributed to show the volume and type of ARC applications the past 36 months (Exhibit A) and how the proposed standards compared to five new two-story homes now under construction Exhibit B). The Board also discussed responses to questions regarding legal authority to modify the existing architectural standards (Exhibit C).
Directors JJ Abraham and Ryan O’Grady provided their perspectives on reasons the proposed changes were developed and how they believe the changes would benefit the community. They also discussed the comments in opposition and understood the concerns being expressed. Members were also provided an opportunity to provide input in this discussion and ask questions.
After discussion ended, the BOD discussed options on how to proceed. The BOD vote 3-0, with two Directors not attending, to terminate further consideration of the proposed Architectural Standards that had been circulated. They also decided to continue discussions of a limited scope of changes as amendments to the current guidelines. The results of this effort would be referred to the new BOD effective June 2018 to decide if any further consideration would take place. This resulted in the current guidelines to continue to be in effect for the architectural review process.
The BOD approved a change in procedures that now new applications will be submitted to South Coast Property Management for review of completeness before the review is assigned to our Consulting Architect. If a problem is noted the applicant will be notified within three working days of application being received so correction or addition(s) can be submitted.
Please send questions Ron Rubino at Ron@eastbluff.net.
For full report, go to Members Only - Docs & Forms - Architectural - Update Report for Eastbluff Architectural Standards.
Monday, March 5
Members are not permitted to attend
Architectural Review Committee
Board & Members’ meeting
All Eastbluff Homeowners are welcome to attend
Oasis Senior Center
801 Narcissus Avenue
Corona del Mar CA 92625
City & FAA Reach Agreement
The Newport Beach City Manager has announced settlement of the City Lawsuit Against FAA over the environmental document (Environmental Assessment or “EA”) associated with NextGen’s implementation at JWA
The settlement agreement with the FAA will affect Departure Paths as follows:
1. Prohibits the use of the EA to modify existing or to design future flight paths.
2. Emphasizes the importance of closely following the traditional historic flight paths along the Upper Bay.
3. Ensures that the Metroplex will not preempt or jeopardize the continued successful operation of the 1985 JWA Settlement Agreement and its many protections.
4. Implements and tests a new “Required Navigational Performance (RNP)” departure procedure for the Upper Bay consisting of two turns, not just one. (The STAYY Plan)
5. Departures will attempt to remain within the natural contours of the Upper Bay and curve as the bay curves, avoiding as many residential areas as possible.
The City continues to host Friday Forums to help residents learn more and to provide feedback on airport operations and issues and to collaborate with the community on strategies to protect against noise and other impacts. Anyone is welcome.
The meeting is 3:00 p.m. to about 4:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at the Civic Center. The HOA will post updates to announce upcoming forums, three of which involve presentations by the County of Orange (as operator of the Airport) covering issues like how noise is monitored and reported, allocations of “slots” (i.e. what carrier gets to fly out of JWA using what planes) and the 1985 JWA Settlement Agreement.
For more information contact HOA Director Tom Meng at Tom@eastbluff.net.
Please be SAFE in Eastbluff!
Saturday, March 31
11:00 am-2:00 pm
Blue Heron Park
We've had a few close calls on Eastbluff streets. Please be alert and observe these safety tips:
The speed limit is 25 MPH. Please observe it at all times. Children and pets are in vehicles and on the streets and sidewalks. Watch out for them as if they're your own!
Please observe STOP signs throughout the community by making a FULL STOP. Skateboarders & bicycles sometimes blow through without stopping.
Skateboarders & bikers - don't do this! Parents, please remind your kids.
Evening walkers please wear light clothing, especially if you walk in the streets. You're almost invisible in wearing black or blue at night.
Please park vehicles so they don't block sidewalks. This is illegal and forces pedestrians (including those with children in strollers) to walk into the street.