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The Colony

OUR COMMUNITY
The Colony was established in 1970 as the first development of the Walnut Village in Irvine. There are 475 single family homes in the community. The Colony is a family community just blocks away from Irvine School District’s Irvine High School and College Park Elementary School. Just a short walk to shopping at both Walnut Village Center and Heritage Plaza; it is a pedestrian and bike friendly location. Peter’s Canyon Bike trail and Harvard Park Athletic fields are also close by.

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Colony News

Colony Board of Directors Meetings
We're changing the regular BOD meetings from the 3rd Thursday to the 4th Thursday of each month. The January meeting will be held on January 26th 2017 at 7:00 pm in the Colony clubhouse. 
New Property Manager for The Colony



Please join us in welcoming Brittany Kitts, our new property manager for The Colony.  
Brittany Kitts is a certified Property Manager and has worked in Property Management for almost 6 years. She graduated with a degree in Psychology from San Jose State University in 2007 and relocated to Southern California in 2010. During her time as a Property Manager, she has worked with Homeowners Associations, Commercial Projects, New Development Accounts, and Condo Conversions. Brittany Kitts serves on two (2) Committees at Accell Property Management Inc.,  and is very active with CAI (Community Association Institute). Brittany enjoys working with people in all capacities and aspires to one day be a Senior Director with Accell.
Brittany's contact information can be found on the Management and Billing page. 
​Santa Visits the Colony Clubhouse
Santa and Mrs. Claus made their way to the Colony Clubhouse to enjoy a pancake breakfast with all the fixings. There were crafts, cookie decorating and of course the chance to ask Santa for your special Christmas wish!  It looked like everyone had a jolly good time.  
A big thank you goes out to Colony Club members LaDonna Bornzin, The Allmanns, Eileen Tsai, Emmanuelle Bigot, Alan and Valerie Schiano and Elaine Dedeaux for all their help in putting this event together. See additional photos on the recreation page
New Link to Colony Approved Paint Colors by Sherwin-Williams
Ready to paint your home's exterior but worry about our Association's color guidelines? Browse our HOA Color Archive to find the approved colors for your home.
Sherwin-Williams Approved Colors

Please remember to always have an approved ARC application prior to starting any changes to the exterior of your home.  The ARC Guidelines are available on the Documents Page. 

Community Events

​IRWD Landscape Training
California Friendly Landscape Training Class
  • ​Wednesday, January 18 - 6 PM to 9 PM
  • ​Saturday, February 4 - 10 AM to 1 PM
  • Wednesday, February 22 - 6 PM to 9 PM Spanish
IRWD MultiPurpose Room 
15600 Sand Canyon Ave., Irvine  

Become a Waterwise Gardener. Learn six ways to make your garden California Friendly. 
  • Using a Holistic Approach to Gardening
  • Building a Living Soil Sponge
  • Rethinking Elements of Your Site
  • Right Plant, Right Place
  • Using Rainwater as a Resource
  • Managing Irrigation
Sign up to attend. 
​Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District 
The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District gave a very informative presentation to Colony residents at the clubhouse on April 13th. ​We would like to thank Mary-Joy Coburn, the Public Affairs Coordinator for the district. She was very helpful in answering our questions and presenting the latest information on outside pests in our community. 

The District is asking for our help in controlling the spread of mosquitoes by reporting  ALL daytime mosquito attacks to the Orange County Mosquito & Vector Control District at: Phone: (714) 971-2421 Flyer link

The District web site ocvcd.org, is full of information and links to reporting and educational material.   They have a number of educational pamphlets available in multi-language formats to help communicate how mosquitoes are changing our quality of life in Orange County.  Please review this informational pamphlet on INVASIVE MOSQUITO ALERT to do what you can to keep the pest away for our community