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♦ Add your name, phone number and/or email address to the community phone directory. Click here, then print the form. Must complete by 9/30/21.

Click Here for Community Updates – updated 7/23/2021

Click here to view the draft agenda for the July 28th Board of Directors (General Session) meeting.

♦ Click here for a YouTube rebroadcast (full meeting) of the June 26th Town Hall on Equalization. – updated 6/29/21

♦ Click here to watch a replay of the most recent Board General Session (Note:  There were technical issues with this video. You may not be able to see/hear the entire meeting)

♦ Change in Mask Policy – 5/14/21
According to our understanding of the latest Guidelines, vaccinated adults are no longer required to wear face masks, except in densely-crowded activities.  Therefore, the Board is waiving the mask requirement for vaccinated members of our community.  Unvaccinated individuals should continue to wear face masks and/or continue to practice social distancing.  Anyone who is uncomfortable with this approach should continue to use full precautions as up to now.  

Volunteers are needed to help get activities reopened. Please click here to see how you can help.

♦ News from the Board of Directors: 

Click here to read the President’s Message about Land Lease Fees Equalization

Please review the following new policies and provide comments as noted in the documents. Click the document name to view it.

EV Charging policy (click here to see the revised policy and a brief explanation of changes)
Our attorney has suggested significant additions to the Electric Vehicle Charging Policy which the Board adopted earlier. His advice is that the policy should address fully issues which are bound to come up in the future. When the Board started work on this policy, the issue at hand was what to do about the use of Association-paid electrical outlets for charging cars. That was a concern because there certainly will be an ever-increasing number of cars in the future that need regular charging, and the car-owners should bear the cost of that electricity. Click the link, above, to see the revised policy.

♦ Help Wanted and NEEDED
As we now begin resuming activities in our community after the long covid shut-down, we need to find volunteers to fill the committees and run the many activities in our busy community. Click here to see where you can help.
Click here for the latest Oceanside news about COVID-19/coronavirus and for sources of help.

Drive up for two bags of free food at the Oceanside First Presbyterian Church on the third Saturday of each month. Everyone is eligible. Click here for location and time.


Welcome to Oceana!

Oceana is very close to the ocean, with a multitude of activities to keep you busy.

Oceanside Pier

Just a short drive to enjoy the beach and pier

Stay Cool

Our pools are a great place to cool off and get some exercise. Or not!

The Point

Wonderful views of the ocean and valley

Rock Garden

Oceana’s Aladdin Project finished for your enjoyment

Rock Garden

Oceana’s Aladdin Project finished for your enjoyment

Are you looking for an affordable over-55 community in one of the most desirable climates in the nation?

Oceana is an established, active senior community full of friendly people in the City of Oceanside, North San Diego County, California.  We’re less than ten minutes away from the Pacific Ocean and its beautiful beaches. We enjoy afternoon ocean breezes, nearby shopping, and a number of tourist attractions. Some of our 932 homes feature spectacular ocean and/or mountain views.

We also provide numerous activities for the many varied interests of our residents, ranging from an Art Studio and Ceramics, to Billiards and Line Dancing, to Pickleball and Golf, to a Wood Shop, a Library, a Computer Room, and more. Way too many to list here. CLICK HERE to learn more about the many activities available to Oceana residents.

The North County Bus System (BREEZE) stops near our clubhouse and takes you to nearby shopping and other popular areas. BREEZE also links to the Sprinter and Coaster commuter trains, providing easy, economical access to many popular areas in San Diego County, including downtown San Diego, Old Town, and numerous other stops.

Oceana is not just an over-55 community, it is a destination to enjoy your retirement years.

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The City of Oceanside’s Official website contains much information of value to Oceana residents. Contact City officials. Find out about Public Meetings, City Services, City News. Submit Service Requests to report potholes, irrigation runoff, and much more. Make Online Payment of various city fees and city program purchases. Read minutes and agendas for meetings of the City Council, Boards, Commissions, Committees. Apply for Permits. See updates on City Projects. Connect to the Police Department and Fire Department websites. View the Library’s Online Catalog (and hold the book for you!). Sign up to get updates about selected items. There is information for Residents, Visitors, and Businesses. And so much more! Click the button to go to the City of Oceanside website.

What is Oceana?

Considering a move to a an active adult community for those over 55? Oceana has quite a bit to offer you.

What's going on?

We’ve got a busy calendar. Find out what activities are going on. It’s really hard to be bored here at Oceana!

Photo Albums

See what makes our community special through pictures of coffee socials, dances, art shows and more.

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