Welcome to Tustin Meadows!

Welcome to the Tustin Meadows website. Our neighborhood consists of 935 homes located in south Tustin and is freeway close to great shopping, recreation, and employment opportunities. Shopping centers include Tustin Market Place, the newly developed District shopping center at Tustin Legacy, and The Irvine Spectrum located to the south.

Our neighborhood offers a small home town feel and a strong sense of community. Amenities include 2 clubhouses both with swimming pools, one with a junior olympic size pool, Tiny Tots preschool; Baby sitting co-op, Dolphins swim team, and great 4th of July family festivities. The neighborhood wraps around beautiful Centennial Park and is a great place to live, work and raise a family.

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Manager’s Messages

11/27/23 Tustin Hangar Daily Incident Report

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The detection and mitigation crews have not only been busy in residential areas; they have also been working to clear Tustin Unified School District (TUSD) campuses as well. The IMT is working in close collaboration with the TUSD, South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD), OC Healthcare Agency (OCHCA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to ensure the safety of the community and children to reopen all schools to in-person attendance. To date, 27 of the 29 school campuses have been inspected and cleared to reopen for students with the exceptions of, Legacy Magnet Academy and Heritage Elementary School. Staff and student safety requires not only clearing both campuses, but also securing the area surrounding the hangar prior to releasing these campuses back to normal operation.


Crews continue to expand into the immediate areas surrounding the hangar to investigate and mitigate unverified reports of debris related to the hangar fire. While the residential clearing of exterior (front & back yards) continues, other crews are remediating the schools, parks, and open fields. Some of these workers are literally crawling on their hands and knees, shoulder to shoulder, clearing every square foot of these areas. It’s a labor-intensive process, but progress is being made. More Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) crews are arriving to reinforce the six hundred workers already present. The focus of these inspections will begin at the neighborhoods closest to the fire. Please report any suspected debris using our debris reporting portal on our webpage at www.Tustinca.org or call 714-426-2444. Crews will leave a flyer at your door with information and a QR code to make a future appointment if they come through your neighborhood and you are not home.

THE SAMPLING & REMEDIATION PROCESS:  If you have used the debris portal to report possible hazardous debris items, this is a step-by-step process for how our teams will respond: 

  1. Your report will be assigned to a Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) who will contact you to set up a time to visit your home or business.
  2. *The CAC or Certified Site Surveillance Technician (CSST) will visit your home to collect a sample of the debris and send it off-site for testing. You will be contacted to confirm whether the debris is Asbestos Containing Material (ACM).
  3. *If the debris tests positive for asbestos, an ACM remediation team will be assigned to return to your home to clean-up the debris. Upon completion of the clean-up, a third team will return to your home or business to confirm a successful remediation of the area. 
  4. You will be asked by the crew to sign a release of liability that only provides consent for the crews to access your private property to investigate and remediate any suspected material. 
    • Please refer to the “Private Property Consent and Waiver Process” document located on the Tustin Hangar homepage in the Daily Information Update section.


ROAD CLOSURES: All roads have been reopened with the exception of Armstrong between Victory Road and Valencia Avenue.

AIR MONITORING INFORMATION:  Air monitoring and sampling locations have been set up surrounding the North Hangar Fire incident to provide the Incident Management Team real-time information on Particulate Matter (PM) in the air. While the units are in place, a graph showing the average reading for the last 24 hours has been provided for the public’s reference. This graph can be accessed from the Hangar Incident website located at https://tustinca.org

N95 MASK AVAILABILITY:   The City of Tustin has procured N95 masks. These masks will be available at the Tustin Recreation Center, located at 17522 Beneta Way (Cross streets of Prospect & Beneta). This location will be open beginning Monday from 8:00am to 5:00pm 

CALL CENTER AND WEBSITE: The City of Tustin’s website contains the most up-to-date information regarding the Hangar Incident. We encourage the community to visit the website https://www.tustinca.org before using the call center as a lot of the questions can be answered on the website. If more information is needed, the community may call 714-426-2444, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily. 

PARK CLOSURES: Some parks have reopened after debris testing, while others are still closed. Please follow the following link for up-to-date park closure information.


SCHOOL CLOSURES:   Schools continue to be tested for debris. Please use the following link for up-to-date information on school closure status:


Future updates from this incident will be released daily that will include updated information based on new intel from the incident.

11/18/23 Tustin Hangar Incident Update

from the City of Tustin

      LOCATION: Warner Avenue / Legacy Road, Tustin:  Former Marine Corps Air Station


CURRENT SITUATION: The City of Tustin, U.S. Navy, Air Quality Management District (AQMD), and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have thirty-three air monitoring and sampling units throughout the area. Since monitoring began, all particulate matter from smoke and fire data at community sites are well below any level of concern. The asbestos sampling data received to date are also well below any levels of concern. The air monitoring team will provide updates on sampling results as they become available. These air monitoring units (AMUs) transmit information in real time to our partner agencies with the EPA, AQMD, and Navy. This monitoring will continue before, during, and after the eventual deconstruction and cleanup of the hangar site.  

Details of the hangar’s deconstruction plan are being finalized and deconstruction is planned to take place over the next 24 – 48 hours. The intent of this effort is to extinguish all remaining hotspots of the hangar fire. At the present time, no action will be taken on the hangar doors or concrete pillars, which will be addressed upon completion of this first step. A plan is being developed to stabilize the doors in place for the safety of our workers and the public. The following bullet points outline the process and steps being taken. Utilize heavy equipment excavators to remove debris to clear roadways to allow for water trucks to access all areas of the hanger. Excavators will be used to knock down the remaining west-facing wall and create access to the heavy debris and deep seeding smoldering fires beneath. The excavator will remove all remaining hanging debris along both walls to allow safe access the structure. Water trucks equipped with nozzles and hoses will be used for fire suppression and dust abatement control throughout the process. Water trucks will be staged on the far side of the hangar with continuous water saturation toward the interior debris to further prevent further dust dispersion. A public information map was added to the website. The map depicts bulk debris collection areas near the incident site and will be updated regularly.

In an effort to advertise the Tustin Hangar Incident’s website, six large banners were hung in various locations within the City. The banners displayed the City’s website address and a QR code directing the community to the website.

CALL CENTER AND WEBSITE: The City of Tustin’s website contains the most up-to-date information regarding the Hangar Incident. We encourage the community to visit the website https://www.tustinca.org before using the call center as a lot of the questions can be answered on the website. If more information is needed, the community may call 714-426-2444, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily.  
ASBESTOS / SMOKE PRECAUTIONS:  Asbestos has been identified in the debris related to the Tustin Hangar Fire Incident. The geography of impacted areas are still being identified and are dynamic in nature.  If you believe your neighborhood has been impacted by fire debris, please review and follow the actions noted below which have been recommended by the Orange County Healthcare Agency
Reducing your exposure at home:    
< >Keep windows and doors closed   Remove shoes before entering the home   Turn on indoor air purifiers   Do not run air conditioning units, HVAC systems, swamp coolers, and whole house fans to minimize drawing outside air in.   If you have a pet, minimize outdoor activity Avoid touching debris.  If your skin, eyes, or mouth inadvertently come into contact with debris, wash thoroughly as soon as you can.   Limit or avoid activities that will displace debris related to the fire.  Avoid sweeping, landscaping, leaf blowing, mowing, and gardening.    Avoid outdoor activities and minimize contact with yard furniture and play equipment until advised otherwise. Avoid temporarily closed areas (parks, schools). If you must go outdoors in the immediate area, P100 respirators offer greater protection than well-fitted N95 masks.  Seek medical attention if you have any medical concerns. https://www.tustinca.org/715/Parks-Information
SCHOOL CLOSURES:  Schools continue to be tested for debris.  Please use the following link for up-to-date information on school closure status:
Future updates from this incident will be released daily that will include updated information based on new intel from the incident.

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Update from the City of Tustin Website


The City has compiled the following information to keep residents informed about the North Hangar Fire cleanup, closures, landscaping guidance and other key information. Read on to learn more.   

Hangar Incident Hotline – (714) 426-2444

A new call center has been established. The call center will be available from 7am – 7pm daily. After 7pm, community members will have the ability to leave a message that will be checked every morning with follow up as needed. Dial 714-426-2444 to reach the hotline. 

Health and Safety Tips (as approved by the OCHCA, updated 11/14/23)

Asbestos has been identified in the debris related to the Tustin Hangar fire incident. Avoid touching or disturbing debris related to the fire.     

 Guidance is noted below for residents in the immediate areas:  

Reduce your exposure at home:     

  • Keep windows and doors closed    
  • Remove shoes before entering the home    
  • Turn on indoor Air Purifiers
    • Keep Air Conditioning units, HVAC systems, Swamp Coolers and Whole house fans off to minimize drawing outside air in.
  • If you have a pet, minimize outdoor activity. Reduce your exposure outdoors. 
  • Avoid touching debris   
  • If your skin, eyes or mouth inadvertently come into contact with debris, wash thoroughly as soon as you can.    
  • Limit or avoid activities that will displace debris related to the fire. (Example- Avoid sweeping, landscaping, leaf blowing, mowing, gardening)     Avoid outdoor activities (exercise, running, cycling, basketball, soccer, etc.), yard furniture and play equipment until advised otherwise.  
  •  Avoid temporarily closed areas (parks, schools).  
  •  If you must go outdoors in the immediate area, P100 respirators offer greater protection than well fitted N95 masks.   
  •  Seek medical attention if you have any medical concerns.      

Hangar Deconstruction Information

The deconstruction of the remaining north hangar structure continues to be one of our top priorities. We are working non-stop with our partners from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD), the Department of the Navy, the Orange County Health Care Agency, as well as our City and County leaders on a detailed deconstruction plan.

We have already dispatched our remediation contractor, ATI Restoration, to conduct ongoing removal of debris from the immediate area surrounding the hangar site. This is being conducted to ensure that any contaminated debris near the hangar site does not end up in our surrounding communities before, during, or after the deconstruction process.

The exact date and time of the deconstruction is not determined at this time. Although we don’t have a finalized plan, we do know that the main portion of this deconstruction will be the removal of the large metal framed doors and removal of any remaining portion of the west facing wall. The large concrete column supports on each side of the doors are not part of the immediate plan for removal.

Request Fire Debris Removal

The Incident Management Team has also launched a new debris reporting portal. This new portal is linked to GIS mapping and will allow operational personnel to better allocate resources to the impacted areas to increase efficiency. Debris previously reported to Envirocheck is being tracked and processed in the order it was received and no further report is needed. Data provided from Envirocheck has been migrated to the new portal. 

Anyone who believes they have debris from the Tustin Hangar Fire Incident, regardless of what city they reside in, is encouraged to utilize the portal or call the hotline. 

Remember: do not touch or disturb fire-related debris.  

What To Expect With Fire Debris Removal

We recognize that residents and businesses are eager to have debris removed from their properties. There are environmental regulations in place at both a local and federal level that determine how the fire debris is assessed and safely removed. We’re working with regional partners to make sure this process is efficient and safe for the Tustin community. 

Cleanup will be handled in two steps: 

  • Debris Assessment (Envirocheck)
  • Debris Removal (ATI) 
  • Here’s what to expect:  

Debris Assessment: When you report debris using the portal or call the hotline at (714) 426-2444, an Envirocheck crew member will be deployed to your home or business.   Crews will contact you at your home or business to assess the fire debris on the property. They will wear a mask and gloves, gather information about the debris, and report it back to the team in order to deploy a separate team (ATI) to remove the debris. This second step is important to make sure removal is done safely and properly, following local and federal rules. 

Debris Removal (ATI): Once alerted by the assessment crews, ATI removal crews arrive and will handle safe removal and disposal of the debris from your property at no cost to you.  Please don’t be alarmed that they will be wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for their safety, including full body suits, foot coverings, and a respirator.

Both Envirocheck and ATI are Certified Asbestos Contractors and have been approved by South Coast AQMD. 

What Type of Fire Debris Should Be Reported?

Tustin community members are encouraged to report the presence of fire debris and materials on their property to the Debris Reporting Form portal or call the hotline at  (714) 426-2444

Here’s a list to help know what to report and what NOT to report: 


  • Larger pieces of material, similar to building material in photos shown below materials including siding, fiberglass, sheets of plastic and insulation.
    Types of Debris To Report

 Don’t Report

  • Ashes, soot, and small pieces of material 

Community Closures

Temporary Road Closures 
In response to the incident, the following roads are closed until further notice:

  • Valencia Avenue in both directions from Kensington Park Drive to Armstrong Avenue.
  • Armstrong Avenue both directions from Valencia Avenue to Victory Drive.
  • Temporary Tustin Park Closures/Event Cancellations/Tustin Schools Closures At the recommendation of the Orange County Health Care Agency and out of an abundance of caution, the City is closing the following parks (effective immediately) and recommending that community members limit outdoor activities unless alerted otherwise. To view a list of all City parks (open and closed), please visit https://www.tustinca.org/715/Parks-Information.

Temporary Tustin Park Closures 

  • The Annex at Tustin Legacy, 15445 Lansdowne Road 
  • Tustin Legacy Park, Red Hill Avenue/Barranca Parkway 
  • Veterans Sport Park, 1645 Valencia Avenue 
  • Tustin Sports Park, 12850 Robinson Drive 
  • Victory Park, 3300 Park Avenue 
  • Centennial Park, 14722 Devonshire Ave. 
  • Frontier Park, 1400 Mitchell Ave. 
  • Ron Foell Park, 60 Windrow Rd. 
  • Pine Tree Park, 1402 Bryan Ave. 
  • Magnolia Tree Park, 2274 Fig Tree Drive
  • Additional parks/facilities may be closed pending further information from AQMD/OCHCA 

Tustin Unified School District Closures   

Landscaping Info

Residents should use caution and avoid areas where asbestos has been detected or is suspected. Exposure to asbestos can cause harmful health effects. If inhaled, asbestos can increase the risk of developing lung disease or cancer and if ingested, asbestos can damage the stomach or intestinal lining.   

 Fire debris should be avoided, and should not be disturbed with landscaping equipment. 

 If you encounter debris, avoid it and call (714) 426-2444  or use our portal to request that the debris be removed by professionals.

City/Navy Agreement

The Tustin City Council met on Nov. 10, 2023, in an emergency meeting. The City Council voted 4-0 to authorize approval of a cooperative agreement to implement an emergency response related to the Tustin North Hangar fire with the U.S. Department of the Navy, which owns the North Hangar property.  The agreement would allow the City to take immediate actions needed for remediation of the Tustin North Hangar site, for the health and safety of the Tustin community (an initial $1 million).  The Navy will fund costs to ensure that human health and safety are protected. This includes actions to ensure that asbestos assessment and remediation activities are available to Tustin residents and businesses.  The funding may also be used by the City to safely demolish the hangar and stabilize the site. Link to release

Additional County Resources

County of Orange Tustin Hangar Incident Page
County of Orange: Orange County Declares Emergency Due to Former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station Hangar Fire (Nov.9, 2023) | Download the PDF in: English | Spanish
County of Orange: Proclamation of Local Emergency (Nov. 9, 2023)
County of Orange: Orange County Emergency Operations Center Activated (Nov. 9, 2023)| Download the PDF in: English | Spanish 

Air Quality Reports and Resources

Tustin North Hangar Testing Results
South Coast AQMD Mobile Application
Sign Up for Air Quality Alerts
AQMD: Debris from Tustin Air Base Hangar Fire Show Presence of Asbestos (Nov. 8, 2023) 
AQMD: South Coast AQMD Issues a Smoke Advisory for a Hangar Fire at the Former Tustin Air Base (Nov. 7, 2023) 

City of Tustin News Articles

Hangar Fire Update:  Abatement Company to Immediately Begin Remediation Process (Nov. 11, 2023) 
Landscaping Advisory (Nov. 11, 2023)
City, Navy Establishing Agreement for Site Demo, Debris Pickup (Nov. 10, 2023) 
Hangar Fire Update: City Declares Local State of Emergency (Nov. 9, 2023) 
Hangar Fire Update: Fire Debris Testing Indicates Asbestos, City Closes Parks Nears Hangars (Nov. 8, 2023)  
Initial Tustin North Hangar Fire Article (Nov. 7, 2023)https://www.tustin.k12.ca.us/tustin-hangar-fire

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News and Announcements

Pool Monitors Saturday and Sunday's

The association will provide pool monitors this year for the East pool on Saturday and Sunday’s from 12:00-6:00 p.m. This will go through the first week of September.

The pool is open and heated through the summer. Please review the pool rules with your guests and tenants for the enjoyment of everyone.


The Board may impose discipline, including, but not limited to, levying monetary fines pursuant to the Enforcement & Fine Policy and/or suspension of membership privileges, within its reasonable discretion for violations of the following rules. Membership rights and privileges, including, without limitation, voting rights and the rights to use and enjoy the Common Area recreational facilities, may be suspended by the Association.

  1. No climbing on or over the pool fences and gates.
    1. Pool gates must be kept closed and locked at all times.
    2. Anyone climbing over the fence or blocking the gate (keeping the gate from latching) will be subject to a $100 fine after notice and hearing – no warning letter.
  2. No playing with or damaging safety equipment – $100 fine after notice and hearing – no warning letter.
  3. No glassware of any kind is permitted in the pool area – $50 fine after notice and hearing – no warning letter.
  4. No substances of any kind, regardless of toxicity, shall not be released into the pools – $50 fine after notice and hearing – no warning letter.
  5. Resident Pool key cards are required for access to the pool area and for pool use.
  6. Access to the pool area is limited to specific hours posted at each pool entrance. Hours are subject to change without notice.
  7. Residents and their guests must use the pool at THEIR OWN RISK.
  8. Posted rules must be obeyed at all times.
  9. The pool area is only available to residents in good standing and their invited guests.
  10. No more than six (6) non-resident guests per household.
  11. Clubhouse event guests may not access the pool or pool deck except for bathroom access.
  12. No pets of any kind are permitted in the pool area.
  13. For safety purposes, persons under 14 years of age in the pool area must be accompanied by an adult resident (age 18 or over) in compliance with California Code of Regulations. At least one adult is required for every 3 persons under the age of 14.
  14. Persons age 14 to 17 may be unaccompanied if their parent/guardian is a resident and may have no more than 2 guests.
  15. Wading pools are for young children, no rough play.
  16. No food or beverages in the pool.
  17. No food, including chewing gum in the pool area.  
  18. No alcoholic beverages, smoking, vaping, or illegal substances are allowed.
  19. No intoxicants or intoxication are allowed.
  20. All trash must be placed in proper receptacles.
  21. Bicycles, scooters, roller skates or other similar motion toys are not permitted in the pool area. These items must be walked or carried while in the pool area.
  22. Music and audio playback devices must be kept at a low volume so that neighbors cannot hear it. Any audible playback must be family appropriate and must not have explicit lyrics.
  23. No screaming or yelling.
  24. Swimsuits must be worn when using the pools.
  25. Incontinent persons must wear a swim diaper or waterproof pants at all times while in the water.
  26. No street clothes allowed in the pool except:

People with a medical condition, such as pregnancy or obesity

Religious reasons

  1. Inappropriate behavior, such as running, pushing, wrestling, excessive splashing, standing or sitting on shoulders, jumping off shoulders, or throwing another person is not allowed & may result in expulsion from the pool area.
  2. Persons in the pool area should conduct themselves in such a manner as to not disturb other residents.
  4. No jumping off the pump house/storage building, clubhouse, or walls.
  5. No potentially hazardous toys including but not limited to plastic rings, plastic balls, breakable toys, glass, metal or wooden toys, or toys with sharp corners or points. 4 inch soft sponge balls are permitted.
  6. No large or potentially dangerous objects such as boogie boards, air mattresses, inner tubes, or other floating objects.  Exceptions are flotation devices if accompanied by an adult in the pool.
  7. Kickboards are only for lap swimming and only when the pool is not crowded.

The pools are community assets to be used safely & with respect.  Any resident or guest who violates these rules or disobeys the lifeguard may be ejected from the pool area immediately, by the Association Manager, or a TMCA Board Member.  More serious infractions may be subject to disciplinary action including the loss of pool privileges for the household for thirty (30) days & a fine of up to $250.

If there is an emergency, call 911.

Adopted July 11, 2023

Clubhouse Rentals

Clubhouse Reservations


  1. Review the Clubhouse reservation tab.
  2. Please Check the calendar to see if your date is available.
  3. Contact the association assistants.
  4. Send in the form, fee, and deposit.
  5. Enjoy your event.

Email the Action assistants to reserve your date at tustinmeadows@actionlife.com.



Management Team

General Manager
Dolores Mendez | doloresmendez@actionlife.com

Resident Service Coordinator
Katie Greer | tustinmeadows@actionlife.com

Management Company

Action Property Management

Office Hours 8:45-4:45 M-F


Action Property Management

Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303

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