Message from our Property Management Company - Optimum
To Our Valued Clients:
With the recommendations from the CDC regarding the Covid-19 coronavirus, we are limiting the exposure of person-to-person contact for the health and well-being of our clients and employees. Optimum is still operating during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.; however, we will not be conducting in person business.
If you are dropping off payments, please use the drop box on the wall to the right of the door and they will be processed accordingly. If you have any questions regarding your HOA bill, please contact the Billing Department at (714) 508-9070, option 1.
If you are picking up a gate remote, parking permit, pool key, etc., please contact the Maintenance Department at (714) 508-9070, option 3 and we will arrange for the item to be mailed to you.
For all other inquiries or questions, please contact our receptionist at (714) 508-9070, press 0.
For deliveries, please leave at the front door and if the delivery requires a signature, please knock.
To our Service Providers, if you have an appointment scheduled, please contact our receptionist at (714) 508-9070, press 0 and she will open the front doors for you. If you do not have an appointment, we appreciate your business and friendliness; however, at this time office visits are suspended.
Thank you for your understanding and support during this time.
OPTIMUM PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
Privacy is important to residents living in managed community associations.But there's a bill being considered in Sacramento that would put your privacy at risk.If passed, Senate Bill 1265 (Wieck
Privacy is important to residents living in managed community associations.
But there's a bill being considered in Sacramento that would put your privacy at risk.
If passed, Senate Bill 1265 (Wieckowski) would allow any neighbor to access the personal information AND copy the signatures of residents who vote in their association board elections.
This could compromise the privacy of residents in managed community associations and frighten them out of voting in their board elections. What's more, it would eliminate local control for association residents in terms of election cost controls and inspections. Finally, SB 1265 strips dues paying members of their unique voice on their board.
SB 1265 will be considered by the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee next Tuesday, April 17. So your Senator needs to hear from you TODAY!