Holiday Hoedown – December 8th – Wristbands available 11/16!

Holiday Hoedown – December 8th – Wristbands available 11/16!

REGISTRATION BEGINS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH AT 9 A.M. AT THE RECREATION OFFICE! Join us as Santa Claus makes a special visit to the Woodbury Community! Come celebrate this holiday season as we transform the Recreation Center. We will have a special visit from Santa Claus himself, Mrs. Claus, and their friendly elves. Santa has even invited a Cowboy & Cowgirl to join in on all of the fun! We will be hosting many fun activities and will provide cookies, hot chocolate and apple cider for all to enjoy! There will be face painting, a photo booth, cookie decorating, balloon twisting, booth games, and plenty of photo opportunities for the whole family. This event will take place on December 8th from 1 – 5:30 pm located at 108 Lamplighter. You must pick up wristbands at the Recreation office prior to event.

New Facility Key Identification Cards

New Facility Key Identification Cards

Beginning the week of November 5th, on Tuesdays & Thursdays in the month of November, you can come to the office between 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. We are a two person staff and we will have the equipment set up in our office at 108 Lamplighter. We chose this timing so that we can have an extra staff member assist with the key cards. Please expect those times to be busy!  If you’re unable to get everyone to come down together during this time, you can email in a group photo of your family and we can upload it into the system. Once you come to the office, we can print it here. Don’t forget to bring your key fobs to exchange! If you are tenant, please ask the homeowner to fill out the application form prior to you

Resort Pool Closed – Update

Resort Pool Closed – Update

The anticipated opening date for the Resort Pool area is November 30th. Please note that it may take a few days to get the water temperature up, so you can expect a cooler water temperate for a few days.  The Lagoon and Competition pool will be heated during that time for any swimmers that would like to make use of those pools. Any questions or concerns, please contact the General Manager, Karen Thompson, at (949) 451-1654 or kthompson@keystonepacific.com.

Community Mobile Car Wash Service

Community Mobile Car Wash Service

We know you’re busy, so we’re bringing a car wash service to Woodbury. We’ve partnered with Private Car Wash Service to bring their onsite car wash service right to you. Now once a week you can schedule a time to have your vehicle washed right here in the community. You can book a time with Private Car Wash Service at (800) 511-8681. First date available is August 5th. All cars will be washed in the Woodbury parking lot on Lamplighter – 108 Lamplighter! Prices start at $15.00 for the deluxe hand wash. Contact Private Car Wash Service now to take advantage of the great price and convenient location here at Woodbury! CLICK HERE FOR FLYER PRICING

Leash Required – Irvine Municipal Code

Sec. 4-5-701. – Leash required. No person owning or having charge, care or custody of any dog shall cause, fail to curb, or allow the same to run at large upon any highway, street, alley, sidewalk, schoolyard, common area, trail, open space or other public place, or upon any private property or premises other than his or her own without written consent of the owner or leasee of such land, unless such dog is restrained by a substantial leash, not to exceed six feet in length, and in the charge of a person competent to restrain such dog. This section does not apply to an approved dog park where it is authorized to run your dog(s) off leash, nor does it apply to those situations enumerated under Section 4-5-707 of this chapter.

Your Community – Landscape Treatment Map

Your Community – Landscape Treatment Map

The Board of Directors would like to make all Woodbury residents aware of the pesticide use and the locations within the community by our landscape company, Park West. The new map illustrates the areas that are pesticide free and that organic products are used when needed. The organic fertilizer will be applied four times throughout the year. These areas are identified in green. Areas that are color coded pink will only have pesticides used as needed and notifications will be posted on the website and bulletin board in advance of any localized, landscape treatment. The Board is conscientious of the community concerns and have made a level of commitment to enhance the level of service and products used at no current increase to homeowners. For questions, please contact the General Manager, Karen Thompson at (949) 451-1654. LANDSCAPE TREATMENT MAP

MAIL THEFT AND HOW WE CAN PROTECT OURSELVES

Unfortunately mail and package theft has become an issue in the Orange County area, especially in nicer areas such as Woodbury.  Management works closely with Irvine PD in monitoring the neighborhood, but it only takes a brief moment for a thief to grab a package from a door step or take someone’s mail, making it a difficult matter to regulate.  In an effort to keep our residents informed we are offering the following suggestions, provided by the Irvine Police Department, in response to recent mail thefts. Always deposit your mail inside your local post office, or hand it to your letter carrier. Have your local post office hold your mail while you’re on vacation, or absent from your home for a long period of time. If you don’t receive a check or other valuable mail you’re expecting, contact the issuing

New Court Booking System!

AppointmentPlus is being discontinued beginning Monday, June 19th! Starting June 19th, we will now have our own booking system directly within our Community Website: https://woodburyhoa.org/reservations/. Next time you would like to reserve a basketball or tennis court you will notice a totally different look that will allow easier navigation to reserve your time. If you already have a login to the Community Website https://woodburyhoa.org/ you may use the same login to make reservations. If you are new to the Community Website please create a brand-new account HERE. Reservations are allowed to be booked by residents once a day during the current week time frame. Please be respectful of your fellow community residents. As always, Tennis Court #3 is available on a first come first serve basis. We hope you find this upgrade helpful! We appreciate your patient as we work

STREET PARKING IN WOODBURY

If you note a stored vehicle on a street, you may contact Irvine PD at (949) 724-7200 to tag the vehicle for storage and possible removal. If the street is private, they will direct you to the Association. As a reminder, your garage is meant to park vehicles, not for storage. Help us keep our streets open and safe by parking in your garage. The following streets are private street that can be enforced by Elite Enforcement Security Solutions: Spanish Lace Concierto Roycroft Twin Gables Herringbone Plantation Donovan End of Talisman (by Woodbury Walk) If you noticed stored vehicles on those streets, please contact (714) 801-4385.

Woodbury Community Key Cards

If you have lost or misplaced your key card, or the previous owners did not pass along the keys for your address, you are welcome to purchase a new key card 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 cards are $50.00 each and we accept CREDIT/DEBIT CARD OR CHECK only as the form of payment for key card. Please see the attached key card 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 card is ever lost or stolen. CLICK HERE

Coyote Sightings in Woodbury!

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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