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 can attempt to frighten away coyotes by making loud noises (shouting, air horn, or banging pots and pans) and acting aggressively (e.g., waving your arms, throwing sticks, spraying with a garden hose). Homeowners should realize that if they live near suitable habitat, fencing may be the only method to completely eliminate coyotes from travelling near homes.
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The Association has adopted a specific design and colors for real estate signs. The approved signs can be purchased at R.E.S.S. by calling 949/855-1355. Please click here to read the sign rules.
Please contact Elite Enforcement Security Services directly at 714/801-4385 if you observe a rule violation or other urgent patrol matter at the pool or park facilities.
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Management would like to remind residents that the street lights in Woodbury are generally maintained by Southern California Edison on behalf of the City of Irvine. If you observe a street light that is out or observe a damaged street light fixture, you may go directly to the Southern California Edison website to issue a work order for a repair. Before you issue the work order, make sure you have the pole number (each street light has a tag on it with a pole number) and a detailed description of the location of the pole. If you are not sure how to report the light repair, you can contact management at email@example.com with the location and pole number. We are happy to place a work order for you.
Please remember to bring your key fob to the pool. Due to the on-going ussues we have been experiencing here at the recreation center, management will not be allowing anyone to enter the pool who does not have the proper keys to enter the facility. Please help us keep this community safe by remembering to bring your keys. If you have any questions or concerns please email Kayla at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949-451-1650.
The residential streets in Woodbury street sweeping schedule is the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month between 7am and 2pm. There won't be any service during holidays or Mondays. For more information or to report a street maintenance issue, please contact the City of Irvine at (949) 724-7600.
If you observe an after hours property threatening emergency or an urgent maintenance concern on Master Association property (such as a pool or park facility), please call (949) 833-2600 for assistance. Please note that reports of urgent rules violations at the pool and park facilities should be made directly to the Association's patrol service at (714) 751-0347.