The spa is now available for use by one household at a time following all the posted guidelines for temporary use and social distancing safety. Please note, the pool and spa are to be used by Seabridge residents only. Guests are not permitted at this time. As always, using the pool and spa area is at your own risk. Social-distancing while in the pool and spa area must be maintained between households. In order to provide enough space, the number of people in the pool area is reduced to 25% of capacity and spa use is limited to one household at a time. At this time, the clubhouse will remain closed and the barbeques are not to be used.
On January 25, 2021 the state of California lifted the stay at home order and moved Orange County to the “Purple Tier”. As of today, all Southern California counties are still in the State’s most restrictive “Purple Tier.” Orange County is making progress toward the “Red Tier” and County officials hope to have more information on further reopening soon. At this time, outdoor spas and hot tubs may now open as long as they are used only by a single household group at a time, or where six feet of social distancing can be maintained.
Please be safe and continue to follow the local, state and national COVID-19 guidelines. The Board would like to have the amenities return to normal again as soon as possible and will continue to update the residents as new amenity openings are permitted.
Republic Services (formerly Rainbow) offers 4 free pickups per year and it’s as easy as calling this number 714-847-3581 and referencing the Seabridge HOA account number 3-0605-0072036. Republic will ask that items be placed outside the dumpster area nearest to your house on a given date. Any items longer than 6 feet will not be picked up.
Please see the letter below from the Landscape Committee:
Those of you that have lived in SeaBridge for a few years,
may remember our magnificent 40 year old Coral tree that broke apart and fell
over in September 2017. It had made a majestic statement in our entrance for
It has taken the Association and Landscape Committee a few years to come up with a new entrance design for this project.
This week was a huge step forward. We began by having the old stump and roots
ground out and soil prepared to accept our new tree. Today, January 15, 2021, our beautiful 14/15
foot Canary Palm was installed. The
fronds will remain tied up for the next couple of months to allow the tree to