The Huntington Beach City Beach is a 3.5-mile stretch of pristine shoreline. Popularly known as "Surf City," Huntington Beach is home to the world famous municipal pier, and is a west coast surf mecca for more than 8-million annual visitors.
|January 16 at 7:25 AM|
|Beach Information||Huntington Beach Lifeguards Beach Safety Tips, Obey Posted Signs and Flags: It sometimes seems as though there are too many signs, but the ones at the beach are intended to help keep you safe and inform you about local regulations. Read the signs when you first arrive and please follow their direction. Flags may be flown by lifeguards to advise of hazards and regulations that change from time to time. You can usually find informational signs explaining the meaning of the flags, or just ask the lifeguard.|
|Surf Period||13 seconds|
|Water Temperature||56 degrees|
|Wind Speed||5 MPH|
|Air Temperature||59 degrees|
|Air Visibility||10 miles|
|Barometric Pressure||1016 mb|
|Sun Rise||6:58 AM|
|Sun Set||5:07 PM|
|High Tide||12:14 pm 4.4'|
|Low Tide||5:35 am 1.9'/ 6:16 pm 0.0'|
|Surf Report recording at (714) 536-9303 updated three times a day.|
Directions: From the 405 FWY, take Beach Boulevard south to Pacific Coast Highway. Huntington City Beach is directly across Pacific Coast Highway and extends north from Beach Boulevard to Seapoint Street. Beach parking is available in designated locations.
With warm weather, good surf, and crowded beaches, Huntington Beach is a magnet for corporate-sponsored events year-round.
For an up-to-date calendar of events, visit www.surfcityusa.com.
|Special Events Rates|
|Other Department Staff Charges||
|Community Services Hourly Rate - (for services requested of City staff which has not fee listed in this fee schedule.||
|Day Use Charge:|
|Modified Day Use Charges:|
|Minimum Hours/Use - Less than 3 hours with 20-50 participants that do not require any set-up and do not require additonal staff time or city serives. These events should not impact the beach public in any way.||
|Minimum Participants - Less than 20 participants with no professional contracted services associated with event. These events do not require any set-up and do not require additional staff time or city services. These events should not impact the beach public in any way.||
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103 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, CA 92648-5183
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Phone: (714) 536-5281
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