Resort Pool Area is Open

We are excited to announce that the Resort Pool area is now open!

The reservation system for the Volleyball Court is now available for residents! In cooperation with the Orange County Health Department the Woodbury Community requires residents to make advanced reservations in order to use the volleyball court. Residents are allowed to make ONE reservation per day per household.

ATTENTION: Please do not use a Yahoo! email account to register for volleyball reservations.

How to create a Volleyball Reservation Account:

  1. Go to
  2. Hover over the Welcome tab at the top and click on Registration in order to create a new account.
  3. Proceed to fill out the information on the Registration page and when completed click on the green Submit button. You will need your key card number in order to register.
  4. Once you have submitted your information, Management will be notified to approve your account. This could take up to 24 hours depending on time and day of registration.
  5. After your account is approved by Management, you will receive an email saying that your Registration is complete. Please allow a few minutes for the system to update and then you may begin making reservations by clicking the reservation link in the email.
  6. If your account is denied, it could be for one of the following reasons: non-resident, duplicate account for the house, or not enough information was provided when registering. You will receive an email informing you that your account is denied.

How to make a Volleyball Reservation:

  1. Click the Reservation link in your Registration Complete email or go to
  2. Fill in the information on the Reservation page and sign the attestation. When completed, click on the green Submit button.
  3. You will then pick a date and time for 1 hour for when you would like to play volleyball. All booking notifications will be sent to your email within 10 minutes of making your reservation.
  4. You will receive an email confirmation of your booking details and a 6-digit pin code that will be special just for your date and time on the volleyball court. You will use this 6-digit pin code on the keypad at the gate leading in into the volleyball court.
  5. To cancel a reservation, please email with your name, reservation date and time and Management will cancel your reservation.

New Real Estate Sign Design Guidelines

When listing your home for sale or lease, please familiarize yourself and your listing agent with the new Woodbury Real Estate Sign Regulations. Only Woodbury approved signs are allowed to be placed in the community.

If there are any unauthorized open house signs placed inside the community, they will be taken down by our security and placed at the Woodbury office for pick up.

Residents that do not have the correct For Sale or For Lease sign will be contacted by Managent staff to have them removed and replaced with the correct Woodbury approved signs.

Real Estate Signs and Supplies can be contacted at (949) 855-1355 in order to purchase the new real estate signs.

Please click HERE for the specifications.

Please click HERE for sign rules.

Irvine Police Department – Bicycle Safety Article

Written by Jason Scheafer, Motor Training Officer 

Irvine Police Department Traffic Bureau 

The City of Irvine has over 100 miles of off-street bikeway trails and nearly 300 lane miles of on-street bikeways to encourage the use of bicycles as a safe and convenient means of travel. The Irvine Police Department is committed to enforcing a variety of traffic safety laws to ensure the safe travel of bicyclists in the city and reducing the number of traffic collisions involving bicycles. 

One of the best safety measures for bicyclists is to wear a helmet. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) noted that helmet use has been estimated to reduce the odds of head injury by 50 percent and the odds of head, face, or neck injury by 33 percent. The IIHS further noted that ninety percent of fatally injured bicyclists in 2019 were age 20 or older. The use of a bicycle helmet is required for all riders under the age of 18 (California Vehicle Code section 21212), but helmet use is important for riders of all ages. All riders of every age or skill level are encouraged to use a properly fitted and secured bicycle helmet. 

Another way to ensure safe bicycle riding is by knowing and respecting the rules of the road. Bicyclists are required by law to follow the same rules as motorists. This means stopping at stop signs and red lights, riding on the right side of the roadway (i.e. the same direction as motor vehicles) and traveling at a speed that is safe for whatever conditions are present. While riding on the sidewalks is permitted within the City of Irvine when not prohibited by signs, bicycle riders on the sidewalk must always yield the right of way to pedestrians and give audible signals before overtaking and passing pedestrians. The safest practice while riding on the sidewalk is to always ride in the same direction vehicles are traveling, and riders must never enter the street or a crosswalk from a sidewalk without yielding to vehicles on the roadway. 

Distracted driving is a significant problem on our roadways and riding a bicycle while distracted presents a danger to riders. While cellphone use is an obvious distraction, anything that takes a driver’s or rider’s attention from the roadway can be a dangerous distraction. Awareness of one’s surroundings and vigilance to hazards on the roadway are ways to further ensure rider safety. When riding a bicycle, it should be done free of any distractions that would prevent attention from potential dangers. This includes keeping cellphones turned off and put away, always watching for potential hazards, and avoiding auditory distractions such as earphones or earbuds (be aware the covering of both ears by such devices is prohibited by law even on a bicycle). 

It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure safety on the roadway. If you notice any dangerous driving or riding behaviors on the roadway or trails, reach out to the Irvine Police Department’s Traffic Bureau. The Traffic Bureau will always do it’s very best to ensure 

Drowning Prevention Tips

As the sun heats up, swimming pools can be a great place to cool down and have fun. However, safety must be a top priority when enjoying the pool.

Drowning remains the leading cause of accidental death for children under 5 years old in Orange County. This summer, please join us in raising awareness of drowning prevention by sharing these tips.

Drowning Prevention Tips:

  • Closely supervise children whenever they are near water (including bathtubs, toilets and buckets). Because drowning can happen quickly, keep children within an arm's length of you.
  • Pools should have fences and drains that meet regulations. Pool gates should be self-closing and self-latching.
  • Parents and caregivers should know how to perform rescue techniques (like CPR) to respond to an emergency.

For more information on how to prevent drowning, see the attached "Water Safety Checklist" (CLICK HERE) or visit

Pickleball is coming to Woodbury!

Starting Tuesday, March 8th, Court #1 will be available for Pickleball play. Pickleball play will be available for reservation on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. at this time. These operating hours are subject to change. Residents must make an advanced reservation through the TennisBookings website. Play is limited to 30 minutes or one hour. 

On Court #1 there will be 4 pickleball court lines drawn and 4 net systems placed out. When you make a reservation for a pickleball court, you will be making a reservation for 1 of the 4 pickleball courts. Please be respectful of others when arriving late for play and walking around the games in progress. 

Please visit this website to get started:

If this is your first time playing the sport, Pickleball equipment will be available for residents to use while on the court and must be returned at the end of their play. Any equipment not returned will be charged to the resident’s account. 

Pickleball play is available for Woodbury residents and authorized guests at this time. Guests must accompany the Woodbury resident. Residents must have their key card in their possession and present it to staff when requested. Residents not in possession of their key card may be asked to leave. 


  1. Pickleball Hours – Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. These hours are subject to change without notice.
  2. All members must have their key card present and be prepared to present the key card to staff when requested. Guests are permitted, but must play on the same pickleball court as the Woodbury resident.
  3. Court #1 only is designated for pickleball play. No tennis play will be allowed on Court #1 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. The remaining 3 courts are designated for tennis play on those days.
  4. Pickleball play is limited to one hour. Groups may not monopolize the court. If no one is waiting, you may continue to play until others arrive.
  5. All other rules for the sport courts apply to pickleball as well. 

Pool and Spa Heating Schedule

Please note that the heat to the pools and waders at Peppertree Square, Promenade Square, and Date Palm Square will be turned off for the winter as of November 1st. The heat to the Lagoon pool, Cypress Square pool, and Competition Pool will be heated all year. 

The heat is scheduled to be turned back on March 31st for all these facilities.

New Paint Schemes for Single Family Homes

Over the last few months, Management has been working with a representative from Dunn Edwards Paints in developing approved color schemes that single family homeowners can use. We've created a new Architectural tab on the website to make it easier to navigate through the architectural process. On that page, you will find the new paint schemes for the Single Family Homes.

Google Fiber Update

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

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.

Replacement Mailbox Keys – Single Family Homes

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.

New Parking Rules – Private Streets

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.

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.

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, Susan Seifen at (949) 451-1654.



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 agency immediately.
  • If a package is being delivered without a signature required, make sure someone will be home to receive the package or have packages delivered to a secure P.O. Box location. 

If you observe what appears to be a theft in progress immediately call Irvine PD dispatch at (949) 724-7200.

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.


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