COMMUNITY POOLS ARE OPEN – MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW!

8/3/20: Please wear your face mask/covering at all times in at the Recreation Center and when checking in for your pool reservations at all pools, unless you are swimming for your reservation.

The three Recreation Center pools have been open since Monday, June 15th. Please keep in mind that we are running on a limited capacity in the pools to ensure social distancing until everything is reopened as mandated by the State/County/City. Due to having to limit the number of residents in the pool areas so we can ensure social distancing, please see the attached Quick Guide for the COVID Pool Access Registration Process so you can register and reserve a time slot. Please remember that you can reserve a space in either the Lagoon or Resort pools for 45 minutes between 11 am – 7 pm or you can reserve a lane at the Competition pool for 45 minutes (multiple members of the same household will need to share a lane unless one is open) and swim from 5 am – 7 pm. Please note that the 15 minutes between reservation times will be used by the lifeguards and pool security to sanitize. 

The four satellite pools (Peppertree Square, Date Palm Square, Promenade Square, and Cypress Square) have been open since Monday, June 29th. THE POOLS ARE DIVIDED INTO 4 SECTIONS FOR SWIM. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BATHROOMS ARE CLOSED AT THE SATELLITE POOLS. Please remember that you can reserve a space in either the Cypress Square, Date Palm Square, Peppertree Square, and Promenade Square pool for 45 minutes between 11 am – 6 pm. Please note that the 15 minutes between reservation times will be used by the pool security to sanitize.

Please thoroughly read the Temporary Pool Rules posted here so you are familiar with what protocols will be taken. No guests will be allowed and groups are limited to 6 people, all of which must be in the same household and shown on your key card. You must arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your reservation time to get checked in by security and will need to show them your key card, driver license with your Woodbury address and the email confirmation of your reservation.

During this Stage, we have hired extra staff to ensure we get residents checked in for their reservations and for the additional cleaning after each group leaves and before the next groups can enter.

The City of Irvine has advised that as of today, the following is NOT approved to reopen: community centers, playgrounds, and organized youth/adult sports so unfortunately, we will not be able to open our parks/playgrounds/volleyball court or basketball courts. 

The spas, splash pad, and waders will remain closed until further notice.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time as this process is new to us all.

***YOU MAY ONLY REGISTER FOR 1 SPOT PER DAY. 1 REGISTRATION IS GOOD FOR A FAMILY, MULTIPLE STUDENTS ARE NOT NEEDED. THE MAIN HOUSE MEMBER SHOULD SIGN UP AS THE FAMILY AND THE STUDENT. IF YOU SIGN UP FOR MULTIPLE TIME SLOTS IN A SINGLE DAY, WE WILL DROP YOU FROM ALL BUT YOUR FIRST RESERVATION THAT DAY***

TO CANCEL A RESERVATION: PLEASE EMAIL CANCELMYRESERVATION@YAHOO.COM WITH YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME, RESERVATION DATE AND TIME, AND POOL LOCATION.

CLICK HERE TO MAKE A RESERVATION.

CLICK HERE FOR TEMPORARY POOL RULES.

Red Cross Blood Drive – August 7th – SPOTS FILLED!

7/9/20: Schedule now to donate blood on August 7th with the Red Cross! The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in the Woodbury parking lot at 108 Lamplighter from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Residents can schedule by going to www.RedCrossBlood.org and using the sponsor code: Woodbury. 

*All blood donations are now tested for COVID-19 antibodies – www.redcrossblood.org/antibodytesting.

The American Red Cross is excited to introduce RapidPas, a new tool that allows blood donors to help save lives in less time. Visit www.redcrossblood.org/rapidpass.

For any questions, please contact the Red Cross at (800) 733-2767.

Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings

6/25/20: The information below is from the State of California - Health and Human Services Agency California Department of Public Heath regarding the guidance for the use of face coverings.

Because of our collective actions, California has limited the spread of COVID-19 and associated hospitalizations and deaths in our state. Still, the risk for COVID-19 remains and the increasing number of Californians who are leaving their homes for work and other needs, increases the risk for COVID-19 exposure and infection.

Over the last four months, we have learned a lot about COVID-19 transmission, most notably that people who are infected but are asymptomatic or pre- symptomatic play an important part in community spread. The use of face coverings by everyone can limit the release of infected droplets when talking, coughing, and/or sneezing, as well as reinforce physical distancing.

This document updates existing CDPH guidance for the use of cloth face coverings by the general public when outside the home. It mandates that face coverings be worn state-wide in the circumstances and with the exceptions outlined below. It does not substitute for existing guidance about social distancing and handwashing.

Guidance

People in California must wear face coverings when they are in the high-risk situations listed below:

  • Inside of, or in line to enter, any indoor public space;1
  • Obtaining services from the healthcare sector in settings including, but not limited to, a hospital, pharmacy, medical clinic, laboratory, physician or dental office, veterinary clinic, or blood bank;2
  • Waiting for or riding on public transportation or paratransit or while in a taxi, private car service, or ride-sharing vehicle;
  • Engaged in work, whether at the workplace or performing work off-site, when:
    • Interacting in-person with any member of the public;
    • Working in any space visited by members of the public, regardless of whether anyone from the public is present at the time;1 Unless exempted by state guidelines for specific public settings (e.g., school or childcare center) 2 Unless directed otherwise by an employee or healthcare provider
  • Working in any space where food is prepared or packaged for sale or distribution to others;
  • Working in or walking through common areas, such as hallways, stairways, elevators, and parking facilities;
  • In any room or enclosed area where other people (except for members of the person’s own household or residence) are present when unable to physically distance.
  • Driving or operating any public transportation or paratransit vehicle, taxi, or private car service or ride-sharing vehicle when passengers are present. When no passengers are present, face coverings are strongly recommended.
  • While outdoors in public spaces when maintaining a physical distance of 6 feet from persons who are not members of the same household or residence is not feasible.The following individuals are exempt from wearing a face covering:
    • Persons age two years or under. These very young children must not wear a face covering because of the risk of suffocation.
    • Persons with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering. This includes persons with a medical condition for whom wearing a face covering could obstruct breathing or who are unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance.
    • Persons who are hearing impaired, or communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
    • Persons for whom wearing a face covering would create a risk to the person related to their work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines.
    • Persons who are obtaining a service involving the nose or face for which temporary removal of the face covering is necessary to perform the service.
    • Persons who are seated at a restaurant or other establishment that offers food or beverage service, while they are eating or drinking, provided that they are able to maintain a distance of at least six feet away from persons who are not members of the same household or residence.
    • Persons who are engaged in outdoor work or recreation such as swimming, walking, hiking, bicycling, or running, when alone or with household members, and when they are able to maintain a distance of at least six feet from others.

• Persons who are incarcerated. Prisons and jails, as part of their mitigation plans, will have specific guidance on the wearing of face coverings or masks for both inmates and staff.

Note: Persons exempted from wearing a face covering due to a medical condition who are employed in a job involving regular contact with others should wear a non-restrictive alternative, such as a face shield with a drape on the bottom edge, as long as their condition permits it.

Background

What is a cloth face covering?

A cloth face covering is a material that covers the nose and mouth. It can be secured to the head with ties or straps or simply wrapped around the lower face. It can be made of a variety of materials, such as cotton, silk, or linen. A cloth face covering may be factory-made or sewn by hand or can be improvised from household items such as scarfs, T-shirts, sweatshirts, or towels.

How well do cloth face coverings work to prevent spread of COVID-19?

There is scientific evidence to suggest that use of cloth face coverings by the public during a pandemic could help reduce disease transmission. Their primary role is to reduce the release of infectious particles into the air when someone speaks, coughs, or sneezes, including someone who has COVID-19 but

feels well. Cloth face coverings are not a substitute for physical distancing, washing hands, and staying home when ill, but they may be helpful when combined with these primary interventions.

When should I wear a cloth face covering?

You should wear face coverings when in public places, particularly when those locations are indoors or in other areas where physical distancing is not possible

How should I care for a cloth face covering?

It’s a good idea to wash your cloth face covering frequently, ideally after each use, or at least daily. Have a bag or bin to keep cloth face coverings in until they can be laundered with detergent and hot water and dried on a hot cycle. If you must re-wear your cloth face covering before washing, wash your hands immediately after putting it back on and avoid touching your face. Discard cloth face coverings that:

  • No longer cover the nose and mouth
  • Have stretched out or damaged ties or straps
  • Cannot stay on the face
  • Have holes or tears in the fabric

Virtual Bingo – August 9 – SOLD OUT

We are excited to announce another Virtual Bingo on August 9th! Residents will have three different time frames to choose from: 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. There will be 20 families per session and three winners per session! Each session will last one hour and 15 minutes.

11 a.m. - SOLD OUT

1 p.m. - SOLD OUT

3 p.m. - SOLD OUT

5 p.m. - SOLD OUT

This event is completely free for Woodbury residents. Bingo cards will be emailed to the resident that RSVP’s for this event. Prizes will be given out to residents on the same day of the event! 

Please RSVP by emailing kstephenson@keystonepacific.com with your name, Woodbury address, contact phone number, number of participants, and which time frame session you would like to play in. We will max out! There are limited spaces!

For questions, please contact the Recreation Director at kstephenson@keystonepacific.com.

Google Fiber Update

8/3/20 – On June 1st, Google Fiber will begin their construction and work on adding fiber to the Woodbury Community. They will be starting in the area highlighted here and then moving to other areas when finished. As soon as Management is given a schedule/dates as to when the other areas of the community will be completed, that will be posted. Any questions specific to the work they are doing, please be directed to the attached flyer. 

The Google Fiber work consists of placing fiber optic cable and innerduct in existing conduit structure (shown in blue) and the installation of underground vaults are located in the Right of Way.

Their planned installation schedule is:
Installation Start: Week of July 27, 2020

Installation Finish: Week of September 21, 2020 (estimated)

CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

Temporary COVID-19 Tennis Court Rules

6/9/20 - CLICK HERE for the Temporary Tennis Court Rules.

All four tennis courts will reopen on Friday, May 15th for singles play only. Doubles play is prohibited to promote 6 foot distancing unless ALL members are of the same household. One on one instruction with a Woodbury approved instructor on court #4 will begin starting Tuesday, June 16th. 

There will be (30) minute gaps between reservations to allow for social distancing and for the health and welfare of all players. Once your reservation is over, player(s) must exit the court immediately.

These rules are intended to temporarily supplement existing tennis rules. Where there is a conflict between the existing rules and the temporary rules, the temporary rules prevail.

The Board has passed these temporary rules in order to allow residents to conditionally use a portion of the Association’s amenities. With that stated, it is the Board’s expectation that all residents will comply with these temporary rules. If any resident is found to be in non-compliance with any of these, or any other Association rules, the Board reserves the right to enforce said rules as it deems appropriate within its authority.

City of Irvine – Roadmap to Recovery

6/25/20 - Please see below the attached Roadmap to Recovery for the City of Irvine.

Industries that haven't been approved to reopen: community centers, playgrounds; concert venues; festivals; higher education; live audience sports; nightclubs; organized youth/adult sports; & theme parks.

On-Site Office Hours Update

6/25/20 - ATTN: ALL HOMEOWNERS & GUESTS VISITING OUR ON-SITE OFFICE.

Due to COVID-19, we wanted to assure you that our office is taking additional steps for your safety and ours.

Effective June 15, 2020 our on-site office will be open full time Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays/Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We do close for lunch from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Our Team Members will be taking appropriate measures to limit personal exposure while performing their daily duties and working. In addition, we are actively following guidance given by the CDC for businesses in the United States. Please know that we are taking this situation seriously and will do everything in our power to keep all essential services up and running smoothly as possible for you and your families.

Notes:

Office will be closed July 4th in observance of the 4th of July holiday.

• At this time, all basketball courts, volleyball court, and all playgrounds at the private parks are closed. Recreation Center pools will reopen on Monday, June 15th.

• Smaller picnic areas intended for use by a single household unit are open within Woodbury private parks. Use is first-come, first served, and is limited to members of the same household, or individuals maintaining 6 feet of physical distance. No reservations are available at this time.

• When visiting our office, please stay home if you are sick.

• The General Manager, Susan Seifen, can be reached at sseifen@keystonepacific.com or (949) 451-1654 and the Recreation Director, Kayla Stephenson, can be reached at kstephenson@keystonepacific.com or (949) 451-1650. Part time staff can be reached at (949) 451-1652.

Community Text Updates!

Be in the know with text alerts! Get connected by signing up for updates on the Woodbury Community. Sign up by texting “Woodbury” to 47464 in order to stay up to date on events, pools, and much more!


For a quicker option to sign up, please visit this link: https://manage.irio.com/widget/page/subscription?uuid=e0fe20c7-b58c-4e97-8083-7f33839c223b.

New Security Company

As of December 24th, Titanium Private Security will be the new security company for Woodbury. Beginning December 24th, please make sure to direct all patrol related calls to (619) 550-1241.  For questions, please call the General Manager at (949) 451-1654.

Pool and Spa Heating Schedule

Please note that the heat to the pools and waders at Peppertree Square, Cypress Square, Promenade Square, and Date Palm Square will be turned off for the winter as of October 15th. The heat to the Lagoon pool, Resort pool, and Competition Pool will be heated all year. 

The heat is scheduled to be turned back on March 20, 2020 for all these facilities.

Google Fiber Update

We appreciate and acknowledge your interest in Google Fiber. At the board meeting on September 26, 2019, the Right of Entry Agreement was approved and signed by the Board of Directors. Please note that the Agreement only gives Google Fiber the Right of Entry to common areas maintained by the Woodbury Master. All sub-associations Board of Directors will need to approve and sign their own Right of Entry for their common areas so that they can have access to install Google Fiber.

Yoga Classes for Woodbury Residents! Join now!

Join Michele for yoga classes every Tuesday and Thursday night in the Activities Room at 108 Lamplighter in Woodbury! All levels welcome. Please bring your own yoga mat. Classes will be offered on Tuesdays for a one-hour restorative yoga class at 8:15 p.m. and Thursdays for a one-hour class at 8:15 p.m. There is a fee of $11.00 per class, $40.00 for four classes, and $9.00 for a single class for students and seniors. Questions? Please contact Michele Bonetti at (949) 878-6480 or michelebonetti.yoga@gmail.com. 

Earthquake Preparedness

Recently, California has had two very large quakes in the span of a couple of days and hundreds of aftershocks following. Please utilize this time now to make sure you are prepared if an earthquake happens closer to where you live. Please see the following tips from www.ready.gov to ensure you are prepared before, during, and after a major quake:

Before an earthquake occurs be sure to:
• Secure heavy items such as cabinets, tvs, shelving units and items that hang on walls. Move heavy items on shelves to lower levels.
• Practice STOP, COVER, and HOLD ON—Stop where you are, get down on hands and knees, cover your neck and head with your hands and crawl to somewhere safe (if possible) and hold on to sturdy furniture.
• Have a family communication plan and make sure you have a supply kit stocked with non-perishable food, water, flashlights and more.

During an earthquake:
• DROP, COVER, and HOLD ON—just like you have practiced.
• If you are inside, stay inside until the shaking stops and then proceed outside to an area where no objects such as your home, trees, power lines etc. can fall on top of you.
• If you are in bed, stay in bed and cover your head and neck with a pillow.
• If you are in a vehicle—pull over to a safe place, away from any objects that could fall on top of you. Do not stop under overpasses.

After an earthquake:
• Expect aftershocks—if your home is unstable, do not stay there, move away from any possible falling debris.
• Do not enter damaged buildings.
• If you are trapped cover your mouth and nose from dust and debris and try to get a text out if you have a phone with you. Bang on pipes or walls, save your voice until you hear rescuers approaching.
• If you are in an area where tsunamis are possible—move to higher ground immediately.
• Once you are safe, monitor radio, social media or television for alerts.

New Facility Key Identification Cards

The Woodbury Community Association is excited to announce the installation of a new and improved access system to the community pools and facilities at Woodbury. With the new technology, the Board of Directors have approved changing from our current key fob to a photo ID card/badge credential to access all of Woodbury’s amenities, including all pools areas and tennis/basketball courts. Over the next few weeks we will begin changing resident key fobs over to the new Facility Key Identification Photo Card.

Please know that the old fobs are deactivated and will no longer access the community amenities. It is important that you bring your fobs to the Association to change for the new facility ID cards during the upcoming scheduled dates.

The following is meant to provide you with important details and schedules about the card system change. Please review our schedule to choose the best date for your family to come to pick up your new cards. Please note that photos will be taken of all members of your household over the age of 14 and will be displayed on your personalized Facility Key Identification Card.

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 coming by the office and switching out your key fob. 

Homeowners:

  • All homeowners will need to complete the new Facility Key Identification Card Application Form online at www.woodburyhoa.org. Please follow the instructions to submit your form to the Association office online. All forms can be emailed to kstephenson@keystonepacific.com if you would like our office to print them out.
  • If you prefer, you may complete the attached form and bring to the office on the dates selected below to obtain your new Facility Key Identification Card. No appointment is necessary, either email or bring your completed form to one of the dates listed below.
  • Woodbury residency will be verified when you obtain your new Facility Key Identification Card. Homeowners, please bring with you on the day of your card pick up, valid photo I.D. or a current utility bill that shows the Woodbury address and homeowner’s name. In addition, you must bring with you all current fobs to exchange for a new Facility Key Identification Card. Each home is allowed a maximum of two Facility Key Identification Cards. If you bring one key fob, then we will exchange for one photo card, if you bring two key fobs, then we will exchanged for two photo cards. Only two Facility Key Identification Cards will be issued per home and only upon presentation of the current key fob(s).
  • There is no cost to exchange your fob for the new Facility Key Identification Card. In the future, any new homeowner and/or tenant will need to obtain a new photo identification card from the Association. There will be a cost to the new homeowner and new tenant to purchase a photo identification card from the Association.
  • If your home is being rented – we must receive the Facility Key Identification Card Application Form prior to the tenant obtaining their new Facility Key Identification Card. Please know that a photo will be taken and printed onto the new card. If your tenant moves out, a replacement card and photo will be required of your new tenant. There will be a cost to the resident for replacement cards. Tenants will only be issued a card upon receipt of homeowner written authorization via email.

If you have any questions, please visit the Woodbury Community Association website at www.woodburyhoa.org or call (949) 451-1654.

Key Fob Application - Click Here

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 $20.00 for the deluxe hand wash. Contact Private Car Wash Service now to take advantage of the great price and convenient location here at Woodbury!

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.
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