Welcome to Our HOA Website

Rancho San Joaquin is a master-planned condominium community centrally located in Irvine, California.  Built in 1974 and designed by Sam Kiyotoki, along with Richard Leitch and Stan Bell, RSJ's award-winning California Craftsman architecture hints of a Japanese tea house with its clean lines and exaggerated roof eaves and support beams.

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Updated 6 June 2024

 

New HOA Amenity! 14 Community EV Chargers

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Our newest HOA amenity is now available to our homeowners and residents: Fourteen private Level 2 EV chargers available exclusively to those who live in our HOA.

Our HOA chargers allow our residents to safely charge their EVs (and plug-in EVs) on faster 240V/40-amp circuitry, and avoid paying for expensive upgrades to their garage wiring and electrical panels.

Visit our HOA Community EV Chargers webpage to learn more!

 

New! View Our Latest Newsletter Articles

We've collected an assortment of useful and educational articles about our HOA community under a new Newsletter Articles webpage which you can view here.

(For other past news about our HOA community, visit our News & Announcements webpage.)

 

Food/Organic Waste Program

As part of the city of Irvine's compliance with CA Senate Bill 1383 in which residents are to separate their food and organic waste from the trash for composting, Waste Management has placed food/organic waste barrels in various dumpster enclosures in our HOA community.

Learn how you can participate >>


Short-Term Rentals Not Allowed

Short-term rentals of whole homes or rooms are PROHIBITED in our HOA community per City of Irvine Zoning Section 3-25-3.A  The city may issue the homeowner administrative fines of $1,500 each day with the possibility of it leading to a misdemeanor.

If you believe a short-term rental is operating in our HOA community, contact the City of Irvine's 24/7 Code Enforcement Hotline at 949-724-6326.  You may also submit a complaint online at https://user.govoutreach.com/irvineca.


Planning a Home Renovation or Other Improvements?

Before you begin, visit our ARC/Home Improvement page to find out if you need to submit an HOA Architectural Application.  Not submitting an application & getting approval beforehand may delay your project and result in an HOA violation and possible fines.

DO NOT dispose of construction debris in our dumpsters and enclosures!  Renovation debris such as toilets, cabinets, appliances, sinks, large boxes, drywall, and wood MUST NOT be disposed in our trash & recycling dumpsters.  This violates our HOA rules and homeowners will be subject to a fine.

Instead homeowners may rent a temporary dumpster from Waste Management. Learn more