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Orange Tree Association will be holding a town hall meeting to discuss installing EV Stations in the community. There currently is a rebate option that the association would like to advantage of. This could provide up to $7000.00 per charger or 75% whichever is less if approved.

The board would like to discuss this option with the association. The installation of EV Stations is a capital improvement and would involve a vote from all homeowners.

If you are interested in not only providing the association with this wonderful update as well saving the association money while doing so, please attend our Community Meeting on June 28th at 6:00pm so we can hear from YOU!

If you are interested in attending please email Tiffani Santiago at tsantiago@actionlife.com

Large Truck Entrances

Dear Residents,

It has come to our attention that there is an increase in large vehicles entering the community through the Orange Blossom entrances. As you may be aware, these areas are slim and have planters and sidewalks that limit certain sized vehicles from ingress without causing damage to the common area concrete or landscape. The association is asking all residents to request all delivery or moving trucks to use the Lemon Grove or Tangelo entrance driveways to assist us in preserving the aesthetics in the common area. A copy of the community map referencing the areas to avoid entrance of larger vehicles and referencing the areas of acceptable entrances is included below for your review.

Please note that the association will start monitoring this closely and sending non-compliance letters, per the associations enforcement policy, to assist in stopping the damage to the Orange Blossom entrance common area. As a reminder, reasonable fines for violations of the Association’s Governing Documents may apply.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors
Orange Tree Condominium Owners Association

If you need assistance, please feel free to contact us at CommunityCare@actionlife.com or call us at (800) 400-2284.

Daylight Saving Time Reminder & Safety Tips

Written by Shiree Lind, Crime Prevention Program Specialist

This is a friendly community reminder from the Irvine Police Department that Daylight Saving Time will begin on Sunday, March 12, 2023. This is also a great time to think ahead and reevaluate your daily routine. Here are some specific safety tips to consider to enhance your safety and the safety of others:
 Invest in light timers, place them in various rooms in your home and set them to turn on and off at different times
 Gradually adjust your sleeping schedule leading up to March 12, 2023 to avoid fatigue
 Change necessary clocks the evening before daylights saving
 Understand that time changes force adjustment from everyone, but other people may not adjust the same way you do, so be patient with others
 Set aside extra time in your schedule so that your routine is not so predictable. Change the way you drove home or the way you drive to work.
 Check your car maintenance; such as tires, oil, fluids and windshield wipers
 Test your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
 Check your video camera placements and your ability to retrieve footage
 Take inventory of your residential belongings, including serial numbers and photos
 Ensure that your safety deposit boxes and bank accounts are current and paid for
 Secure your public storage units with an adequate lock, check it regularly and keep an inventory of the contents
 Evaluate if your trees or shrubbery are overgrown

Please take these safety tips into consideration in order to ensure an easier adjustment to the upcoming Daylight Saving Time while also staying safe throughout the year. The Irvine Police Department appreciates your time!

Please report suspicious behavior by calling the Irvine Police Department non-emergency line at (949) 724 -7000. For any crime in progress, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

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Emergency Services

Action provides Emergency services between the hours of 7:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.

All calls are routed to the after hours service and taken in order as received. A message will be taken and will be distributed to an on call Manager.  You will receive a call from the Manager and they will assist you.

If this is related to any utilities please call them first as they will have updated information.

All tenants will need to contact the owner at all times for any issues at the property.  If the owner is not available for an emergency please advise the on call Manager.

Contact Information

General Manager
Tiffani Santiago | tsantiago@actionlife.com

Manager Assistant
Katie Schanz | maoc@actionlife.com

Community Care Department
Phone Number: (949) 450-0202
Email: communitycare@actionlife.com

Who to Contact:

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Management Company

Action Property Management

Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303