The Annual Meeting of the Membership and Election is scheduled to occur concurrently with the upcoming July Regular Session Board of Directors Meeting on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 7:00 P.M. at the association clubhouse at 3300 Sparkler Drive.
In an abundance of caution and in the interest of insuring good health due to COVID-19, the Board Meeting will also be held via Zoom virtual meeting. Homeowners may attend the meeting in person or by calling 213-338-8477 or online at https://actionlife.zoom.us.
Please be aware that Saddleback Fence will be replacing some of the old tennis court fence posts this week beginning on Tuesday, June 22 through Thursday, June 24. This work will affect both tennis courts. They plan to work on one court at at time to accommodate resident use but there may be some overlap. Please contact the Community Manager, Dave St. George at 949-450-0202 with any questions.
Ordering a bulk item pick up from Republic Services has not gone very smoothly this year and the reason is that there was a miscommunication between their customer service department and the bulk item pickup group. The information we received earlier in the year from customer service about free pickups is wrong and was only for residential accounts. Seabridge HOA is a commercial account, not residential, so there are no free pickups. Homeowners must pay a nominal fee of $26.32 for each bulk item pickup. The service is still offered and is a relative bargain, it’s just not free. Call Republic Services (formerly Rainbow) at 714-847-3581 and use the HOA account number 3-0605-0072036 when ordering. Any items longer than 6 feet will not be picked up.
A friendly reminder to leash pets, pick up after pets and keep pets out of the pool and tennis court areas. Owners are required to pick up after their pets immediately in the common areas and exclusive use decks and patio areas. Seabridge HOA will issue warning letters and can impose a fine on the owner of the pet up to $750.00 for failure to comply
Additionally, Orange County’s animal law states, “A person having custody of any animal shall not permit, either willfully or through failure to exercise due care or control, any such animal to defecate upon any public area, private property, county park or beach. The person having custody of any animal shall immediately remove any feces deposited by such animal”. Pet owners, please leash your pet (s), as per local Orange County and California Laws.