At the January 21st Board Meeting, the Board of Directors approved the new Rules and Regulations. These will take effect on February 15th. If you would like a digital copy of the Rules and Regulations, they can be downloaded from the resident portal.
The Association held Town Hall Meetings on December 17th and December 19th and received great feedback from residents. The Board of Directors will be reviewing the feedback at the January 21st Board Meeting and will be making a final decision. The deadline to submit comments for the Board to review is Friday, January 10th.
Homeowners are also allowed to attend the January 21st Board Meeting to provide comment, however will be limited to 2-3 minutes per person.
The Villa Balboa Homeowners Association will be holding Town Hall Meetings on Tuesday, December 17th and Thursday, December 19th at 6:00 P.M. in the Association’s Clubhouse.
The purpose of the Town Hall Meetings is to obtain community feed back about the proposed Rules and Regulations. If you are unable to attend the Town Hall Meetings, you are able to submit your feedback to the Community Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the holidays quickly approaching, we wanted to provide some general reminders about the holidays.
1.) Only artificial holiday decorations are allowed outside of the front door and a re not allowed to protrude into the walkway. This includes but not limited to holiday trees.
2.) If you have a holiday tree brought to your unit, please make sure that it is wrapped to prevent debris from being left in the hallway.
3.) Make sure that all overnight guest vehicles are safe listed to prevent any unnecessary towing.
4.) If you are having deliveries, make sure that someone is home or that a neighbor can pick it up as packages do go missing during the holiday season.
We hope everyone has a happy holiday season!
The City of Newport Beach will be holding a meeting at the Civic Center Dog Park to discuss the proposed dog park which would be located below the 200 Paris building as part of the Bridge Project located at the intersection of Superior Ave. and Pacific Coast Highway. Below is the details for the Meeting.
Date: Tue 10-15-19
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: 1450 Avocado Ave, Newport Beach (at the existing Civic Center dog park between Avocado Ave and MacArthur Blvd north of San Miguel Dr.
This meeting is for all residents of Villa Balboa. We encourage all homeowners and residents to attend the meeting.
Due to the date and start time of the meeting, the Association will be starting it’s Regular Board Meeting at 6:30 P.M. Please note, the meeting may start after 6:30 P.M. depending on the length of the City Meeting.
As a reminder, we request that residents and guests driving in the community follow the speed limit signs in the community. The speed limit at Villa Balboa is 15 MPH.
We have recently received multiple complaints about vehicles driving in excessive of 30 MPH in the community.
Homeowners that reside in the 270 & 950 Cagney buildings are in the process of voting for their interior hallway remodel. If you have not had a chance to inspect the four (4) options in the clubhouse and vote, please do so prior to the August 26th deadline.
Located by option #4 are extra ballots. Once voted, please slip them under the manager’s door in the clubhouse.
The last phase of the road project will begin on July 22nd through July 25th. During this time, the road from Hospital Rd. to Cagney Ln. will be closed. During this phase of the project, Villa Balboa will not have any closed garages, however Versailles will have two of their garages closed. Please be mindful of our neighbors and park inside your garages if you have spaces available.
To protect your mail and packages from theft, below are some helpful hints.
Package Theft Prevention
- Always track your package deliveries so that you know when they are estimated to arrive at your home.
- Make sure that someone is home to receive the delivery, or that a trusted neighbor is available to receive the package on your behalf.
- Never leave your deliveries unattended in front of your door.
- If they are delivering a package, make sure they leave it in front of your door and not in front of the building entrance.
- Always require a signature when having items delivered.
Mail Theft Prevention
- Always use a U.S. Postal collection box or deposit your mail inside your local post office.
- Whether you have a home mailbox or use a post office box, you should always collect your mail on the day it is delivered
- Never leave it in your mailbox overnight.
- Mail thieves look for bank statements and credit card bills, which can be used to create counterfeit checks or fake identifications.
- Thieves also look for personal checks enclosed in utility bills or other
- Thieves take these stolen checks, remove the ink, and then
fill out the blank check with their name and desired amount.
- Never send cash or coins through the mail.
- When reordering checks, have them sent to your bank.
- When you travel, ask a trusted friend or neighbor to pick up your mail or have the post office hold your mail.
From April 8th through August 15th, the Association will be replacing the stamped concrete in the community and will be replacing the asphalt throughout the Community.
During this time, we are asking that all residents park their vehicles inside the garages and be mindful of the garage closures. Parking is going to be limited for the project and ask that homeowners be mindful.