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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.

Beach and Pier RulesMunicipal Code - Chapter 13.08

(Complete List)

  • Beach Curfew is 10:00 pm, and pier curfew is midnight
  • Board surfing is prohibited when blackball signs are posted
  • Riding bikes or skateboards is prohibited on the pier
  • Possession and/or consumption of drugs or alcohol is prohibited
  • Dogs must be on a leash and are only permitted on the service road and at Dog Beach
  • Smoking is prohibited on the beach and pier
  • Barbeques must be within 6' of a firepit and up off the sand. There are 127 fire pits and they are located South of First Street to Beach Blvd.
  • Bicycle Path speed limit is 5 MPH when pedestrians are present and 10 MPH maximum
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Safety Tips - USLA's Top Ten

  • Swim near a lifeguard
  • Learn to swim
  • Never swim alone
  • Don't fight the current
  • Swim sober
  • Leash your board
  • Don't float where you can't swim
  • Life jackets = boating safety
  • Don't dive headfirst
  • At home, you're the lifeguard
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