The Colony

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.

Colony Calendar

​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, 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 

Colony News

  • Saturday, October 8th 2016
  • 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Sign up by 9:00 AM Monday, October 3rd to be included
Please leave your Name, Colony Address, Phone and E-mail to:
Holden S. Bowersock        
Office: 949.552.0505
Cell: 949.458.7246
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. 
Colony Club Membership Meeting
Board Member Elections

The Colony Board Member Election was held on July 4th 2016 and the following members have been re-elected to The Board. 
​Michael Jacobs
Chip McGehee
David Braun
Myra Radlow
John Allmann
LaDonna Bornzin
We would like to thank the members for submitting in their ballots, our nominees for running and our inspectors of election for taking the time from the holiday to count the votes.   
July 4th Festivities at the Colony
A big thanks to officer Aragon from Irvine Police Department for leading the annual Colony Bike Parade.  

Community Events

Irvine Global Village Festival
  • Saturday Sept. 24 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Col. Bill Barber Marine Corps Memorial Park
Experience sights and sounds from around the world at the annual Irvine Global Village Festival. This day-long event features more than 100 musical, dance and demonstration performances; international cuisine; a Kids Village with crafts and activities; cultural and religious exhibits; and an international marketplace. Festival admission and parking are free. Food tasting tickets range from $1-$3. Public parking is not available at the event site. Free offsite parking and complimentary shuttle service provided.
A pre-event "Walk for Unity" will take place at 9 a.m. 
More info 949-724-6606
Spring Wildlife Information
Bird and Duck Video from Public Information Officer Farrah Emami from Irvine Police Department
Greetings, Irvine neighbors. 

In the midst of spring, you may notice wildlife activity in your neighborhood and around the community. This time of year in Irvine, it is not unusual to see birds, bobcats, ducks and geese, coyotes, opossums, snakes, raccoons, and even turtles. 

The Irvine Police Department would like to share with you a series of three videos with information from our Animals Services Unit about normal and abnormal animal behavior, and what to do if you encounter or observe wild animals near your home. 

The first video is about birds, ducks and their babies, and is now available to be viewed on our Facebook page. Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, you should be able to view the video using this link

​ ​The second video is about bobcats and coyotes, and is now available to be viewed on our Facebook page. Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, you should be able to view the video using this link: 

The third video we’d like to share some information about normal and abnormal opossum, raccoon and snake behavior, and what to do if you encounter or observe these animals near your home.