Woodbury Community Association is a master-planned community consisting of 4,155 units in Irvine, California. Residents enjoy resort-style amenities including; 14 parks, seven pools, a recreation center, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, tot lot, and picnic areas.
Please join us as Woodbury will be offering a snack cart in the Lagoon Pool area! The Woodbury Snack Cart will be open on Saturdays & Sundays. Staff will be selling drinks, snacks, and swim diapers. Buy your tickets now at the Recreation Office (108 Lamplighter) for the snack cart. Each ticket will cost $1.00. When: June 20th – Labor Day Weekend Where: Lagoon Pool Time: 12 PM – 5 PM Cost: Water, soda, and snacks will all be sold for 1 ticket per item, and a swim diaper will be sold for 2 tickets
Please join us for our monthly Board Meeting on August 20th, at 4:30 pm located at the Recreation Center, 108 Lamplighter in Irvine. Please email email@example.com for more information.
If you have lost or misplaced your key fob, or the previous owners did not pass along the keys for your address, you are welcome to purchase a new key fob at the Recreation Office at 108 Lamplighter. Each Woodbury address is allowed a maximum of 2 key fobs per household, no extra keys may be purchased for your home. Key fobs are $50.00 each and we accept CHECK only as the form of payment for key fobs. Please see the attached key fob application that needs to be completed if you have recently bought a home from another owner. This will help our office keep your information current in case your key fob is ever lost or stolen.
Please visit: http://www.cityofirvine.org/ipd/divisions/animalservices/coyotebulletin.asp to learn more about Coyotes. Unfortunately Coyotes have become more popular amongst suburb areas, as well as parks and beaches. Please read some important facts to keep your family and pets safe. Although Coyotes exhibit bold behavior in front of people, the chance of a human attack is quiet low. However; there are steps we can take to protect ourselves. DO NOT feed coyotes. They will associate food with humans and that will significantly increase the likely hood of them attacking. DO NOT let your pets roam free. Although it is rare for a human attack, it is quite commons for coyotes to attack pets! Especially cats and small dogs. Always keep an eye on your pets and make sure they are on leashes. THE BEST WAY TO PROTECT YOUR PET IS TO NOT LET THEM ROAM FREE. You
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