Recreation Committee: Upcoming Events

  Upcoming  Recreation Committee Events for May: Cinco de Mayo: May 5 – 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Join in on the festivities with good food, music and the company of friends. More details to follow soon. Great St. Paddy’s Day Celebration! Thank you for all who attended. Make sure to celebrate it with us next year. It’s always nice to see … [Read more...]

Maintenance Committee: Streets

Niguel Shores Community Association has about 13 miles of asphalt streets. The Maintenance Department is responsible for the long-term health of these streets, and this maintenance is one of the largest reserve items that NSCA covers. A multiyear street-by-street plan is updated annually to predict future expenses and to plan for street maintenance … [Read more...]

Traffic & Safety Committee: Guests, Parking, & Dogs on Leash

I hope that this isn't the proverbial quiet before the storm, but in terms of Traffic and Safety everything is going smoothly. Of course we appreciate that with warmer days approaching some old issues and some new ones are likely to pop up. In the meantime, if we can just just address some minor matters and keep some focus on our guests, we can … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Virtual Safety

Last month we discussed some issues surrounding current practices of scams, identity theft, fraud, unwanted phone calls, etc. Let's revisit some of these as they are becoming more prevalent in our daily interaction over the Internet, telephone, and with credit card use. Did you read a recent article in the OC Register on password security? It’s a … [Read more...]

Website: March Information

Please be sure to log on to www.niguelshores.org for important and up to date information about what is happening in our community and in the City of Dana Point, as we begin to head into spring. So many resources are available to you right from your home computer or from your mobile device. Most everyone is aware how easy it is to call friends, … [Read more...]

Traffic & Safety: Spring Safety

Surveillance Cameras: Just about the time we read this, our new surveillance cameras should be installed allowing extra sharp and crisp pictures of select (public) spots within our community. Hopefully, these new cameras should deter those that may be tempted to steal, vandalize or trespass. I understand that these cameras are sophisticated enough … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: CPR/AED/First Aid Class – Saturday, March 18th at 9:00 a.m. in the Clubhouse

Urgent Call to ACTION We all owe this to our significant others, family, friends and neighbors. We have scheduled a CPR/AED/ FIRST AID Class for Niguel Shores residents (and outside family & friends) for Sat., March 18 from 9:00 a.m. until Noon in the clubhouse. This is taught by an experienced and certified instructor & you will receive … [Read more...]

Maintenance Committee: Phase II of Coach Light Project

Phase II of the Coach Light Project, a quantity of 100, eighteen-inch fixtures are all installed on the entrance pilasters. Installation began in January at Mercator and Nauticus entrances, followed by Salvador, Hobart, Perth, Brisbane, Montego, Sidney, Tampico, Verrazanno, Coral, Tasman, Bothnia, Amundsen, Marmara, Danzig, Taranto, Ionian, Kara, … [Read more...]

Emergency Preparedness Committee: Earthquakes

The first order of business for this month is to make sure you are prepared for a very SPECIAL EVENT. You have until Saturday, February 14 to think about what you are going to do for Valentine's Day. YES, that falls under Emergency Preparedness. Forget that date and you could be in trouble… Just sayin’…. In mid-January, the OC Register published … [Read more...]

Maintenance Committee: United States Flag Code

The Maintenance staff has the responsibility for the USflag at the NSCA community center. At times, the flag is flown at half-staff. The pertinent section of the United States Flag Code says, “by order of the President, the flag shall be flown at half-staff upon the death of principal figures of the United States Government and the Governor of a … [Read more...]