Recently we shared with you that we are doing everything we can to comply with State and Federal CDC mandates and recommendations with regards to “social distancing” and the “stay in place” orders for the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As you know, the Board of Directors voted to close all facilities in the Portola Springs Community. We will now be using caution tape to prevent access to the parks, sports courts, and picnic areas, in addition to the other facilities that were previously locked to homeowner access. What this means is there is NO ALLOWABLE FACILITY USE AT THIS TIME. The only exception will be our vendors who will continue to service these areas. We will reevaluate the closures often and as soon as we can safely reopen, we will do so.
The offices of Keystone remain closed to walk-ins until further notice. If you drop anything off at the Irvine Corporate office in the mailbox, the documents will be routed appropriately, and we will contact you to confirm receipt. If you are in need of a key fob, the only option will be for mailing, or pick up after we reopen. We recommend phone and email contact as much as possible. The Rancho Santa Margarita office does not have a mailbox for drop-offs.
We are sympathetic to the inconveniences that we are all experiencing. Our number one concern is to do our part to stop the spread of the virus and keep our community safe during these challenging times.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Kara Foley at email@example.com.
At this time, we are postponing all events through the end of May. It is best for us to wait until we receive official clearance and then reschedule. But don’t worry, everything will be rescheduled and if you have paid for an event, we hope you will let that carry over until we can put it back on the calendar.
In the link below, please find a list of pesticides and herbicides, along with a map, that will be used for the March 26, 2020 application. In addition, signs will be posted on the lawns of the common areas and/or parks.
Did you know that the Portola Springs Community Association chartered an Emergency Preparedness Committee in December 2019? The committee officers are graduates of the Irvine Police Department’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program, and I am the chair of the committee.
We have a web site, and we are maintaining a page of links to official sources of accurate information about COVID-19 that I recommend everyone in our community follow closely: https://www.portolaspringscert.org/covid-19.
There is misinformation out there, and it is important to devote your attention to official sources of accurate information during this time.
Current events are a reminder that disaster can strike at any time. We look forward to helping you prepare you and your family for all types of hazards to make our Portola Springs community resilient in a disaster. We hope you find these resources valuable, take a few minutes to explore the rest of our website and consider joining one of our various teams for future preparedness efforts.
In the meantime – follow official sources of information, stay safe, use common sense, help each other and we will get through this together.
This registration is for a 5 day camp Monday, June 15th to Friday, June 19th 9AM to 1PM Monday through Friday.
Sorry, no discounts or coupons allowed for Summer Camps.
(AGES 6-12) Looking for a fun and creative outlet for your little artist? Then Little Brushes has exactly what you are looking for!
At Little Brushes we offer a fun-filled party, atmosphere where your little artists can have a blast creating their own masterpieces.
From painting to crafting and everything in between Little Brushes fosters a friendly and collaborative environment, providing everything your little artist will need to bring out their creative spirit.
Please send a packed lunch for your camper. We provide a drink/juice and a snack.
Limited to 25 seats.
Campers will paint a different themed painting each day of the camp.
Entertainment all day long, one (1) light snack provided daily, drinks (Juice, Water, & Soda) provided daily, and all art supplies.
Note: Please let us know if your child has any food allergies that we should be aware of.
Below, in the download link, you can please find a list of pesticides and herbicides, along with a map, that will be used for the February 28, 2020 application. In addition, signs will be posted on the lawns of the common areas and/or parks.
Please note that our office has moved for Portola Springs! For fobs, architectural submittals or any service related items that would cause you to visit our corporate office, please visit us in our new office!
30211 Avenida De Las Banderas, Suite 120 Rancho Santa Margarita CA, 92688