Manager’s Messages

Board meetings take place every 4th Monday of the month in the Amenities Room with Executive Session at 5:00 pm (closed to members) and Executive Session at 6:00 pm (open to homeowners). Should the day and/or time of the meetings change notices will be posted in the mailroom and elevator lobby bulletin boards.


Aguilar Plant Care and New Way Landscape will be treating the 4 (four) Canary Island Date palms located off of the 163 Freeway along the backside of the building on Wednesday, April 3 from 3:00 AM – 6:00 AM.

The following products will be used: 3336F (Cleary’s), Daconil Weather Stik (Syngenta), Safari 20SG (Valent) Subdue Maxx (Syngenta), Imidacloprid 75 WSP (Bayer), Fertilizers

For your safety, during the treatment, please keep any nearby windows closed and stay away from the area until completely dry.



The Management Office will be closed on Tuesday, March 26. The Manager will respond to messages upon her return on Wednesday, March 27.

If you have a question about your account, please log on to your online account at After-hours property threatening emergencies can be addressed by calling 949-361-3257. Please note that the General Manager handles ALL calls made to the after-hours emergency line. Please only call if you are experiencing a water intrusion, flood, or other property threatening emergency otherwise all business related matters will be handled upon her return.



Please show caution when driving through the garage and observe the 5 MPH speed limit. There have been a lot of near-misses recently with speeding cars. Many residents have reported nearly being hit head-on by vehicles taking on the corners too quickly. Please check the mirrors before taking a turn. Remember: Vehicles driving INTO the garage have the right of way. Safe travels!



A building-wide water shut-off has been scheduled to take place on floors G – 24 on Tuesday, March 12 from 8:00  a.m.— 2:00 p.m. in order to accommodate several residents’ requests to replace valves within their units.

Please do not use the water or any water based appliances during the noted shut off times. Doing so can result in trapping air into the pipes which reduces water pressure and can put strain on the plumbing system.

If you are in need of conducting plumbing repairs to your unit, please be sure to notify Management immediately as we will coordinate with your plumber to ensure the work is done smoothly and in accordance with HOA rules.



The winter season is the best time to have the annual preventative maintenance conducted to your unit’s HVAC (Heating Venting and Air Conditioning) system. Once the summer time hits, repairs and inspections can take weeks to months to schedule with a technician and can be far more expensive since it is the peek of the season. As your HVAC unit is now at least 10 years old, making sure that it is properly working before the heat waves hit, can ensure you stay cool during the summer. Just like your car needs regular maintenance (especially at 10 years old), be sure you treat your appliances with equal care. Your technician should be familiar with a water source heat pump system. Not all HVAC are built the same and require a technician to be specially trained in our type of system. PRO TIP: if the technician asks to go to the roof, he or she is not familiar with a water source heat pump system as the systems’ equipment are isolated to just your home.



1441 9th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
phone | (619) 231-4235
fax | (619) 255-1068

Management Team

General Manager
DeShai Roberson |
Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5:30PM

Manager Assistant
Kaysia Stewart |

On-Site Engineer
Pat McMorrow
Monday – Friday, 7AM – 3:30PM

Move In/Out Scheduling

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
1133 Columbia St, Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92101
phone | 949-450-0202

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