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

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Our community is within walking and biking distance to Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course, William Mason Regional Park, Irvine Unified schools, Racquet Club of Irvine, University Park Library, churches and synagogues, biking and hiking trails, movie theaters, shopping, and restaurants. We are conveniently located south of the 405 freeway and are minutes away from John Wayne airport, Upper Newport Bay, Newport Fashion Island, Irvine Spectrum, and Orange County beaches.

 

Homeowner 28-Day Comment Period: New Concrete Paver Program

The board approved a new draft Paver Program Policy and Rules document, which requires a 28-day homeowner comment period, per the state's Davis-Stirling Act.

This new program will give the homeowners the option to install concrete pavers – per the HOA-specified color and paver product – in place of their concrete driveway(s) and adjacent walkway in front of their townhome or their stack home's garage driveway.

After the 28-day comment period ends on June 22nd, the board will adopt the final version of our new Paver Program Policy and Rules document at our June board meeting and release it to the homeowners.

Review our Paver Program Policy and Rules and submit feedback before June 22 >>

 

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