Join the Irvine Police Department and your neighbors for a night of fun! This event will be held on August 3rd from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Woodbury Community Park at 130 Sanctuary by the soccer fields in Woodbury.
Our on-site office in Woodbury at 108 Lamplighter would love for you to bring your adorable dogs by for a treat! Blake and Roxy (picture on left) come by the office every day for their treats!
Written by Shiree Lind, Crime Prevention Specialist Irvine Police Department, Crime Prevention Unit What is in your garage? Although Irvine is known for being a safe community, we are not crime-free. Thieves look for easy targets, and they will often choose open garage doors as an opportunity to steal. They may be enticed by items left in the open. This also applies to valuables left in plain view inside vehicles. Don’t make yourself an easy target by leaving valuables out in the open. Here are some other tips from the Irvine Police Department Crime Prevention Unit to help protect your property: Lock and close all doors leading to your garage Watch your garage fully close before leaving the area Secure your valuables in your garage or at least keep them out of plain view Do not leave your purse, wallet
Please review the attached proposed Short Term Rental Policy and provide any comments regarding the policy no later than August 11, 2021. The policy will be on the August 12, 2021 Board meeting agenda for approval and adoption. CLICK HERE
Written by Vanessa Vanecek, Public Safety Assistant Irvine Police Department, Crime Prevention Unit Summer is here and the warmer weather means getting outside, hitting the beach, and maybe even taking some family vacations for the first time in a while. Although we are all excited to get back on the road and take a long awaited break, it is important to ensure our safety and the protection of our homes and belongings. These tips will help you have a fun-filled and worry-free summer. Enjoy! • Install lighting, such as motion lights or dusk-to-dawn detector lights, on your home’s exterior. • Set timers on interior and exterior lights to turn on in the evening to make it appear someone is home. • Consider installing a security system for your home that includes a camera surveillance system you can monitor remotely. •
06/11/21: Lifeguards are at the Resort and Lagoon Pools from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday – Sunday and pool monitors will be at all of the satellite pools. To make the process smooth for everyone, please keep in mind the following: The Gate Monitor at the Recreation Center’s main entrance will be checking your key cards. Beginning Tuesday, June 15th, we will be allowing guests at the pool area. Each home is allowed a max of 6 guests per household. The Pool Monitor that will be visiting all the satellite pools throughout the day will be asking to see your key cards. They will be enforcing the pool rules, and everyone will be expected to comply. Lifeguards will be doing a 10-minute safety break at the top of each hour for kids under the age of 14. The safety
Woodbury Waves Swim Meets (all intrasquad): July 10: Swim Meet – 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 17: Swim Meet – 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 24: Swim Meet – 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Woodbury Waves will begin swim practice on June 8th at the Competition Pool. They will practice Monday – Thursday from 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Registration is closed and they have a full roster for this swim season.
Last year the Activities Room located at 108 Lamplighter was remodeled and is now open for residents to use daily between 9 am – 5 pm. The room features a ping pong table, foosball, board games, TV’s and plenty of sitting areas. Hope to see you soon!
05/18/2021: The Board of Directors has made the decision to withdraw their application with the City of Irvine to relocate the sand volleyball court. The volleyball court will stay at the resort pool area and the Board will be looking into adding a rinse off station and possible wall around the court. Since the application has been withdrawn with the City of Irvine, the public hearing will not take place on Wednesday, May 19th.
WHEN TO CALL 911 Written by Lindsay Hanania, Dispatch Supervisor Irvine Police Department, Dispatch You may have questions about when to call 911 and when to call the Irvine Police Department’s non-emergency dispatch line. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions. When should I call 911? For emergencies – a fire, a medical emergency, a crime in progress, or any other life threatening circumstance that requires an immediate response. Why am I asked so many questions? Dispatchers ask questions and collect as much information as possible for everyone’s safety. The more detailed your answers to their questions, the better. When you call 911, the dispatcher will ask you for the location of the emergency. Give an address or the nearest cross streets. If you call from a cell phone, the dispatcher won’t know your exact location. In order to
2/8/21 – Super fast Internet by Google Fiber is now available in Woodbury! Sign up today at Google Fiber site to choose your plan and be among the first in Irvine to enjoy this new amenity. Google Fiber lets you do everything you love—faster. With gigabit uploads and downloads you can use 20+ devices without interruption, stream shows without buffering, and play multiplayer games without lag. Plus, there are no data caps, no contracts, no rental fees, and no installation fees. If you have any questions, please contact the local team at email@example.com. Please be advised that currently the Cortile sub association has not signed an agreement with Google Fiber, therefore it is not available to anyone living in the Cortile community.
If you lose your mailbox keys and you’re in a single family home, you will need to contact the United States Postal Service on 1 League in Irvine. The cost for a replacement lock is $50.00 and it will take 2-3 days to go through the whole process. You will fill out a form at the USPS, present a photo ID, and a current utility bill. If you have any questions, you can call the post office at (714) 368-3374.
1/21/21: AppointmentPlus will no longer be used as of Monday, February 1st! Starting February 1st, we will be moving to TennisBookings for all court reservations. Over the past two weeks, we have continued to have technical issues with the AppointmentPlus reservation system and have not had the support we needed from them to have those issues resolved. Bookly was also another reservation system that gave us no support as well. Starting Friday, January 22nd, you will need to create a new account through the new system and then you can begin booking reservations starting February 1st. When you create an account, in the KEY CARD # space, you will enter in the last five digits of your key card number. Please fill out all blank spaces when creating your new account. Each account will get approved by someone in our
ATTENTION! The Board Meetings for Woodbury cycle will change starting in September 2017. The new cycle for the meetings will be the fourth (4th) Thursday of each month at 4:30 p.m.
Due to the increase in mailbox theft in the single-family homes that have the curbside mailboxes, the Board of Directors approved to have cluster mailbox units installed. Certain streets have already been completed and the rest of the single-family homes will be done in phases. Please keep an eye out for a letter from the Association that will indicate when you can pick up your new mailbox keys. Please note that the post office representative took into consideration the location of where the cluster units will be installed by making sure none were in front of any homes. Please keep in mind that if the boxes are not right by your house, that the reason the boxes are the way they are is to keep streets together. When routes are designed, the post office tries to keep one carrier in
Please CLICK HERE to view the proposed Synthetic Turf Guidelines that will be voted on at the November 19th meeting.
NEW PARKING RULES – EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 2020: At the September 24, 2020 Board meeting the Board of Directors voted to approve the proposed parking rules in which the definition of a commercial vehicle was added. Please be advised that the parking rules are only enforced by the HOA on our private streets that are highlighted on the attached map. All other streets belong to and are the responsibility of the City of Irvine. CLICK HERE FOR RULES
We would like to thank the Delegates for attending the Annual Election on August 27, 2020 to cast the votes for each of your Districts. The Election Results letter is attached here for the details.
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Titanium Private Security is the security company for Woodbury. Please make sure to direct all patrol related calls to (866) 256-4659. For questions, please call the General Manager at (949) 451-1654.