|Manager-Facilities Development & Concessions
The City of Huntington Beach operates 3.5 miles of beach and one of the longest municipal piers in the state. Completed beach projects include the Beach Public Services Center, Lifeguard Tower Zero, pier restrooms, Pier Plaza, and Lifeguard and Jr. Guard Headquarters buildings. Huntington Beach also has 75 parks and public facilities.
|PARK AND RECREATION MASTER PLAN|
Huntington Central Park Permanent Parking Lot - 17851 Goldenwest Street
The concept plan approved by Commission and City Council is scheduled for review at the November 9, 2017 Design Review Board (DRB) meeting. The DRB will review colors, materials and landscaping for the project. If approved, staff will work with Public Works to complete construction documents for bids.
Huntington Central Park East Parking Lot - 17732 Goldenwest Street
Public Works staff has selected a contractor to improve the parking lot along Goldenwest Street, adjacent to the Park Bench Cafe. Improvements will address drainage issues that have plagued the site for many years. The lot will receive new surfacing and striping. The work is being scheduled for late November or early December in order to have the least amount of impact to the Park Bench Cafe.
Adopt-a-Park Project Program - The Adopt-a-Park Project Program is a City of Huntington Beach program that allows community volunteers to assist in the care and maintenance of City parks, playgrounds and open space areas. Adopt-a-Park maximizes community resources with a focus on protecting park and recreation facilities. The current program is slated for Huntington Central Park, Irby Park and Bartlett Park.
LeBard Park - 20461 Craimer Lane
LeBard Park is located in the southeast section of the city. Two acres of the total five acres are currently undeveloped. The city is in the process of creating a conceptual master plan to include additional turf areas and picnic facilities for the undeveloped portion of the park. The master plan is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2007 with construction slated for 2008.
City Council RCA 12.7.2015
Wardlow Park - 19761 Magnolia Street
The City purchased six acres of school property adjacent to Wardlow Park from the Fountain Valley School District. The City is planning to reconfigure Wardlow Park to accommodate on-site parking needed to serve the ball fields which are now located on City property.
City Council RCA 4.21.2014
Zoning Administrator meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Meeting Agendas, Action Agendas, and Minutes are available to view online.
City of Huntington Beach
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA
Phone: (714) 536-5486
Fax: (714) 374-1654