For all private or group lessons, a private instructor agreement needs to be completed. The instructor must carry their own liability insurance policy for $1M that names Keystone Pacific Property Management LLC and Portola Springs Community Association as additional insured.
It is important to make sure that your trash can lid can close completely. When lids are left open, especially on windy days, debris is circulated throughout the community. This is costly to the Association to dedicate additional manpower to clean up the mess. Please do your part to ensure that your bin can be secured, and that if you notice trash overflowing from your bin, please bag it up and wait for the next pick up.
OCFA offers a Home Assessment program for Home Hardening. Please see inside for details.
Please be reminded of the following from the community Rules and Regulations.
The following are prohibited:
– Washing, hosing or rinsing of driveways, sidewalks or hardscape into the street.
– Washing, hosting or rinsing or vehicles into the street.
– Washing, hosing or spilling of any hazardous material into the street.
Please note that all master association facility parking lots have updated signage to implement towing. Please take a moment to review the following parking rule.
We have received reports that members of the Portola Springs Community Association are entering the apartment communities to dispose of their household trash and bulky items. Please see inside for details.
Please be cautious when driving in the community. It is important to follow the speed limits, especially now with most people home during COVID-19. Many of the streets within Portola Springs are public streets, managed and enforced by the Irvine Police Department.
Please be reminded that pets are not allowed inside the pool area at anytime.
This is a friendly reminder that if you live in an area where the parking is crowded on trash day, it’s important to place your trash can away from vehicles.