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March 10th - Daylight Savings

Stream System Down

Dear Residents

This post is to provide an update regarding the stream system that has not been operational. This repair has taken longer than expected as the association will need to add an electrical panel. The current panel cannot sustain the power that is being requested by all items currently connected. A proposal has been received and approved as an emergency by the Board. The electrician is currently working with Southern California Edison and AT&T to facilitate this repair and obtain all needed approvals required by the City.

We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience in this matter.

As a friendly note, all Koi fish have been relocated and will be placed back once we get this matter resolved.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

Orange Tree Condominiums Owner Association


Written by Shiree Lind, Community Outreach Specialist

Strangers are often considered people we wouldn’t go to if we needed help. Children may even describe strangers as people who look unkept or scary. In some cases, this may be true. So, how do we teach them who might be a “helpful” stranger? When a child is lost, we want them to feel comfortable approaching a stranger.  As adults, we may be asking strangers for help.

Here are some things to consider:

  • While at the grocery store, talk to your child about your expectations if you happen to get separated.
  • When you check out, talk to the cashier and identify them as someone they can approach because they work at the store. You can identify them by the store uniform and name tag that they wear. Tell your child to stay by the register with the cashier until you are reunited.
  • Many of us have been in a position where we tried to help a lost child; all they can tell us is they were with mom, dad, or grandma, etc. Teach your child your name and phone number.
  • Keep current photos of your loved ones with you so it will be easier to get others to help you find them.
  • As your children grow and start to use social media or play online games, set boundaries so they do not share personal information with strangers online.
  • As adults we also need to set boundaries for ourselves. Prevent being victimized by distraction thefts by keeping a safe space between yourself and someone approaching you to ask you a question. For example, if someone starts approaching you while on a walk, let them know by putting your arms in front of you that they don’t need to get any closer.
  • Pay attention to people’s actions and listen to your intuition.

For more information, please visit CrimePrevention.IrvinePD.org or contact Irvine Police Department’s non-emergency line at 949-724-7000.

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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
Dolores Mendez | doloresmendez@actionlife.com

Manager Assistant
Katie Schanz | maoc@actionlife.com

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

Who to Contact:

Community Care

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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