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Imperial Beach Information and Highlights
Imperial Beach is a residential beach city in San Diego County, California, with a population of 26,324 at the 2010 census. The city is the southernmost beach city in Southern California and the West Coast of the United States. It is in the South Bay area of San Diego County, 14.1 miles south of downtown San Diego and 5 miles northwest of downtown Tijuana, Mexico.
The "modern" history of Imperial Beach started about June 1887 when R. R. Morrison, a real estate developer, filed a subdivision map with the San Diego County Clerk. The map referred to the area as South San Diego Beach, The area it encompassed was 5th Street to 13th Street north of Palm Avenue and from about 9th Street to 17th Street between Palm Avenue and (what today is) Imperial Beach Boulevard This included areas that have since been annexed by San Diego and which were formerly called Palm City.
Many milestones have occurred during the city's history. The Volunteer Fire Department gave way slowly to a fully paid department. The Imperial Beach Police Department gave way to a contract with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department during a period when the city almost went bankrupt. An extremely popular fishing pier was built In the early 1960s after a bond issue was passed by the voters. The pier was destroyed by storms earlier in the early 1980s and was completely rebuilt by December 1988. Growth and development are key issues for the city's future, as they are in other areas of the country. Imperial Beach can't expand on any side, with the possible exception of annexation on the east side, up to the freeway, and action city consultants have recommended against taking. The city can go "up,” but building height, density and related quality-of-life issues are of critical interest to many.
Imperial Beach is the most southwesterly city in the continental United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.5 square miles. 4.2 square miles of it is land and 0.3 square miles of it is water. The city occupies the extreme southwest corner of the continental United States: bordered by Tijuana, Mexico to the south, Coronado, California and the San Diego Bay to the north, San Diego to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.
Imperial Beach, California, gets 9 inches of rain per year. The U.S. average is 37. Snowfall is 0 inches. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 37.
On average, there are 267 sunny days per year in Imperial Beach, California. The July high is around 73 degrees. The January low is 45. The comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 44 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The U.S. average on the comfort index is 44.
This is a surf town with a southern wave attitude. The atmosphere is very laid back. It’s almost like time went on for the rest of the country and left Imperial Beach behind. Don’t rush, take your time and you’ll fit right in.
TNT Surf Shop – 206 Palm Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 424-8107
- I. B. Divers – 641 9th St, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – 619) 424-6547
- Flesh Skin Grafix Tattoo Parlor – 1155 Palm Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 424-8983
- Imperial Beach Guns – 916 Imperial Beach Blvd, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 850-5274
The restaurants here are just as laid back as the residents, but that doesn’t mean that their service or cuisine selection is below par. It’s not every day that you have a quality Hawaiian restaurant nearby – make sure you take a pit stop at Big Kahuna’s!
- SEA180 – 800 Seacoast Dr, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 631-4949
- Aroma Thai Restaurant – 757 Seacoast Dr, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 941-1656
- Café Di Roma – 633 9th St, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 429-1100
- Big Kahuna's – 600 Palm Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 429-5224
Imperial Beach might be a small town with a laid back attitude during the day, but at night, it turns into a party town. Get ready to experience everything that makes the beaches in South California famous!
- IB Forum Sports Bar & Grill – 1079 Seacoast Dr, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 429-7507
- The Salty Frog Bar – 992 Palm Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 429-3764
- The Scoreboard – 951 Palm Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 424-9909
- Bullpen I.B. – 706 CA-75, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 575-3444
The South Bay Union School District is the most southwesterly school district in the United States. The Pre-Kindergarten - 8 District serves a diverse population in Imperial Beach, San Ysidro and south San Diego.
- Mar Vista High School – 505 Elm Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 628-5700
- Oneonta Elementary School – 1311 10th St, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 628-8600
- St. James Lutheran Church and School – 866 Imperial Beach Blvd, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 423-8648
- VIP Village Preschool – 1001 Fern Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 628-8690
Tourists might be under the impression that surfing is all they do here – boy, are they in for a surprise! Although surfing is high on their list, they have more outdoor activities than you might expect.
- Imperial Beach Pier – 10 Evergreen Ave., Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 423-8328
- Kristy Murphy's Siren Surf Adventures – P.O. Box 1971 – Imperial Beach, CA 91933
- Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve – 301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 – (619) 575-3613
- Border Field State Park – 1271 Monument Rd, San Diego, CA 92154 – (619) 575-3613
Imperial Beach is a surfer’s dream town. They have the beaches for it, the attitude for it, and boy, do they know how to party! At the time of this writing, they are in the midst of creating a 24-mile biking trail in the city, so stay tuned and check back to find out when it’s ready! The weather is perfect, the residents are easy-going, and the entire place will feel like home before you know it!
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