As a Seabreeze client, you have access to a variety of tools and information, such as account balances, payment verification and electronic payments, to streamline all aspects of association management.
If you don’t have a MySeabreeze account, click here to register and gain access to critical information about your community and online payment options.
Please fill in your contact info below along with a description of your service/maintenance request, then click Submit. The Customer Care Team will respond to your email and provide you with a time frame for a prompt solution.
If this is a property threatening emergency please feel free to also contact our office at 949.855.1800 (toll free: 800.232.7517), or if this is after normal business hours please contact our Emergency On-Call 24 Hour support staff at 800.232.7517.
Payments are accepted by mail or in-person at our office locations. We also accept online payments if you have a MySeabreeze account. Click here to sign up for a new account.
The best way is to create a MySeabreeze account if you don’t have one already. You’ll have instant access to account balances, payment verifications, ePayments and more.
Assessments are used to pay for common area maintenance and repair and for the day-to-day operations of your association. Assessments are based on decisions made by your association and are detailed in the homeowner’s association budget which is mailed to you annually.
Yes. Click here to sign up to receive electronic statements.
Yes. Click here to access our service request form.
A comprehensive body of law governing residential common interest developments (CIDs) known as the Davis-Stirling Act was drafted in 1985 by Assemblymen of the time, Gray Davis and Larry Stirling. The Act went into effect in January 1986, and in 2014 was re-adopted by the Legislature as revised by the California Law Revision Commission to reorganize and further define what is now Civil Code §§ 4000 – 6150.
Additionally, the Legislature adopted the Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development Act in 2014 as Civil Code §§ 6500 – 6876 to better suit those associations that have no residences, but still incorporate for the purpose of maintaining common areas and aesthetic harmony.
CAI is an international trade organization that focuses on providing education, resources, legislative monitoring, and standard protocols for CIDs all over the world. This organization works with all participants including CID volunteers, managers, and vendors, for the betterment of the CID experience for everyone. There are various chapters that Seabreeze Management Company, Inc. participates in, including:
The California Legislative Action Committee of Community Associations Institute serves the educational, business and networking needs of community associations in the state of California. Members include condominiums, cooperatives and homeowners associations, as well as those who provide services and products to associations.
The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) protects consumers by licensing and regulating California’s construction industry.