Last Call for HRB Nominations

The HRB is the University Hills Homeowner Representative Board, a community-elected body of volunteer residents. The HRB advises the Irvine Campus Housing Authority Board and Management on community matters and advocates on behalf of residents to build community. This year, three HRB member positions are up for election. If you are interested in running, send a…

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January 16, 8 pm: Let’s Talk Covid Vaccine

Let’s Talk Covid Vaccines The HRB Wellness Committee invites you to join us for another Let’s Talk on Saturday January 16, 8:00 PM.  We will discuss the different vaccines now hitting the market or already in distribution; Pheiser, Moderna, Oxford Astrazeneca, and Johnson and Johnson. Our discussion will focus on the advantages and disadvantages, on…

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Jan. 5 2021 HRB Meeting Summary

Agenda items included reports from the Sustainability, Entertainment, Transportation, and Welcoming and Wellness (W2) Committees; further discussion about surveying rental residents regarding representation to ICHA Rentals; approval of a system for HRB/ICHA processing Architectural Improvement Applications, approval of ICHA-proposed rules for community groups communicating with ICHA/HRB, updates from ICHA regarding electric landscaping tools, community composter;…

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Jan. 17: CSD Book Club: My Grandmother’s Hands Part II

CSD BOOK CLUB Sunday, January 17, 2021 6-7:30 PM https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87616609492        Following up from our November 15th book club, we will continue our discussion on “My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies” by Resmaa Menakem. Buy the book at independent Bookshop or at Amazon. Dr. Cynthia Haq, Clinical Professor and…

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New! Uhills Anti-Racism Resources

Dr. Martin Luther King once said, “Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives.” In our collective effort in supporting anti-racism education, the Community Safety and Diversity Working Group has compiled a list of resources from…

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CSD PAST EVENTS

Past Events Courtesy of Alice Berghof Courtesy of Sienna Gillen Contest Winner: Paloma M.! Contest Winner: Ksenia M. Contest Winner: Alex Z.

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About The Community Safety and Diversity Working Group

    MISSION  We, the Community Safety Diversity Working Group, are UHills residents who have come together to promote a safe, just, and friendly neighborhood by creating opportunities for residents to interact with each other and law enforcement to build community. OUR HISTORY We formed in response to an event on September 1, 2015, when…

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Playgrounds Remain Open Under New Stay at Home Order

Governor Newsom issued a new stay at home order in early December, 2020. The order created some confusion early on about whether playgrounds would be open. Last week, the state provided clarification on the topic, stating that playgrounds “may remain open to facilitate physically distanced personal health and wellness through outdoor exercise.” Please follow the…

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