Development Services

Community Services Manager

(714) 374-5309
Assistant Planner

(714) 374-5302
Administrative Secretary
Charlene Gomez
[email protected]
(714) 536-5434

The City of Huntington Beach operates 3.5 miles of beach (150 acres) and one of the longest municipal piers in the state. There are 75 parks and public facilites, totaling 753.89 acres, 190 playground apparatus, and irrigation systems.


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Development Projects

Murdy Park - 7000 Norma Drive

Beginning November 4, 2019, the City began a renovation project for the Murdy Community Center. The projects entails a complete modern and energy-efficient interior renovation which will include the lobby, restrooms, and all classrooms. Estimated completion is anticipated for spring 2020.
With Murdy being under construction, all classes scheduled in the fall and winter Sands have been programmed at offsite clubhouses throughout Huntington Beach. Please refer to the fall and winter SANDS for updated class locations. For the addresses to these clubhouses, please refer to the list below. You can still contact Murdy staff for any questions you may have: 714-960-8895.
Harbour View Clubhouse
16600 Saybrook Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Lake View Clubhouse
17451 Zeider Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Rodgers Center
1706 Orange Ave
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
We understand that this may cause inconveniences for some, but we truly appreciate your patience and cannot wait to begin offering quality programming at the new-and-improved Murdy Community Center!

The improvements to the front field will better serve the public in overall youth sports programming. The project calls for the creation of a new, 120’ x 240’ multi-use youth sports field, including moveable goals, enhanced pedestrian lighting, new ball containment fencing, new benches near the field, and sports field lighting. Four light poles are being proposed to light the field. 

It should be noted that the existing skate park to the south of the field and the existing basketball courts to the east will be preserved. New volleyball poles will be installed and relocated to the west of the existing basketball courts. All existing trees will be preserved and protected during the process. These aforementioned modifications are needed to maintain a safe, secure and programmable park and appropriate uses will be considered when developing all detailed project plans.

Did you know?

Did you know the Historic ResourcesĀ Board has organized a Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Huntington Beach? Pick up your walking tour brochure today on the 3rd floor of City Hall! Check out the Historic Huntington Beach webpage for more information!

Contact Information

City of Huntington Beach
Community Services
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA
Phone: (714) 536-5486
Fax: (714) 374-1654
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