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of Huntington Beach
Location of Huntington
Beach within Orange
States of America
||31.882 sq mi
||26.748 sq mi
||5.134 sq mi
(13.298 km2) 16.10%
in Orange County
in the United States
Beach is a seaside city in Orange
County in Southern
California. The city is named
after American businessman Henry
E. Huntington. The population
was 189,992 during the 2010
census, making it the most populous
beach city in Orange County and the
seventh most populous city in the
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim MSA. The United
States Census Bureau estimated
its 2013 population at 193,480. It
is bordered by the Pacific Ocean on
the southwest, by Seal
Beach on the northwest, by Costa
Mesa on the east, by Newport
Beach on the southeast, by Westminster
on the north, and by Fountain
Valley on the northeast.
Beach (AKA "H.B.") is known for its
long 9.5-mile (15.3 km) stretch
of sandy beach, mild climate, excellent
beach culture. The ocean waves are
enhanced by a natural effect caused
by the edge-diffraction of open ocean
swells around the island of Catalina.
Swells generated predominantly from
the North Pacific in winter and from
a combination of Southern Hemisphere
in the summer focus on Huntington
Beach creating consistent surf all
year long, thus the nickname "Surf
area was originally occupied by the
European settlement can be traced
to a Spanish soldier, Manuel
Nieto, who in 1784 received a
Spanish land grant of 300,000 acres
(1,200 km2), Rancho
Los Nietos, as a reward for his
military service and to encourage
settlement in Alta
California. Nieto's western area
was reduced in 1790 because of a dispute
with the Mission
San Gabriel, but he retained thousands
of acres stretching from the hills
north of Whittier,
south to the Pacific Ocean, and from
Angeles River on the west, to
Ana River on the east.
main thoroughfare of Huntington Beach,
Beach Boulevard, was originally a
cattle route for the main industry
of the Rancho. Since its time as a
parcel of the enormous Spanish land
grant, Huntington Beach has undergone
many incarnations. One time it was
known as Shell Beach, the town of
Smeltzer, and then Gospel Swamp for
the revival meetings that were held
in the marshland where the community
West College can currently be
found. Later it became known as Fairview
and then Pacific City as it developed
into a tourist destination. In order
to secure access to the Red Car lines
that used to criss-cross Los Angeles
and ended in Long Beach, Pacific City
ceded enormous power to railroad magnate
E. Huntington, and thus became
a city whose name has been written
into corporate sponsorship, and like
much of the history of Southern California,
Beach was incorporated on February
17, 1909 during the tenure of its
first mayor, Ed Manning. Its original
developer was Huntington Beach
Company (formerly the West Coast
Land and Water Company), a real-estate
development firm owned by Henry Huntington.
The Huntington Beach Company is still
a major land-owner in the city, and
still owns most of the local mineral
interesting hiccup in the settlement
of the district occurred when an encyclopedia
company gave away free parcels of
land, with the purchase of a whole
set for $126, in the Huntington Beach
area that it had acquired cheaply.
The lucky buyers got more than they
had bargained for when oil was discovered
in the area, and enormous development
of the oil reserves followed. Though
many of the old wells are empty and
the price of land for housing has
pushed many of the rigs off the landscape,
oil pumps can still be found to dot
Beach was primarily agricultural in
its early years with crops such as
celery and sugar beets. Holly
Sugar was a major employer with
a large processing plant in the city
that was later converted to an oil
city's first high school, Huntington
Beach High School, located on
Main Street, was built in 1906. The
school's team, the Oilers, is named
after the city's original natural
Airport, a small general aviation
airport, existed in Huntington Beach
from the 1940s until 1989.
Beach at sunset
to the United
States Census Bureau, the city
has a total area of 31.9 square miles
(82.6 km2). 26.7 sq mi
(69 km2) of it is
land and 5.1 sq mi (13 km2)
of it (16.10%) is water.
entire city of Huntington Beach lies
codes 657 and 714, except for
small parts of Huntington
Harbour (along with Sunset Beach,
the community adjacent to Huntington
Harbour), which is in the 562
Beach has a Mediterranean
climate classification Csb).
The climate is generally sunny, dry
and cool, although evenings can be
excessively damp. In the morning and
evening, there are often strong breezes,
15 mph (24 km/h). Ocean
water temperatures average 55 °F
(13 °C) to 65 °F (18 °C).
In the summer, temperatures rarely
exceed 85 °F (29 °C). In
the winter, temperatures rarely fall
below 40 °F (4 °C), even
on clear nights. There are about 14
inches (360 mm) of rain, almost
all in mid-winter. Frost occurs only
rarely on the coldest winter nights.
The area is annually affected by a
caused by the cool air of the Pacific
Ocean meeting the warm air over the
land. This results in overcast and
foggy conditions in May and June.
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Chica Wildlife Refuge
of any kind on the beach is prohibited
without a vote of the people, allowing
Huntington Beach to retain its natural
tie to the ocean rather than having
the view obscured by residential and
Downtown Huntington Beach and Huntington
Harbour lies a large marshy wetland,
much of which is protected within
Chica Ecological Reserve. A $110
million restoration of the wetlands
was completed in 2006. The Reserve
is popular with bird watchers and
of Downtown, the Talbert, Brookhurst
and Magnolia Marshes, which lie across
the street from Huntington State Beach,
had restoration completed in 2010.
northern and southern beaches (Bolsa
Chica State Beach and Huntington
State Beach, respectively) are
state parks. Only the central beach
(Huntington City Beach) is maintained
by the city. Camping and RVs are permitted
here, and popular campsites for the
of July and the Surfing Championships
must be reserved many months in advance.
Bolsa Chica State Beach is actually
a sand bar fronting the Bolsa Bay
and Bolsa Chica State Ecological Reserve.
Harbour from the air
Orange County run Sunset Marina Park
next to Huntington Harbour is part
of Anaheim Bay. It is suitable for
light craft, and includes a marina,
launching ramp, basic services, a
picnic area and a few restaurants.
The park is in Seal
Beach, but is only reachable from
Huntington Harbour. The Sunset/Huntington
Harbour area is patrolled by the Orange
County Sheriff's Harbor Patrol.
harbor entrance for Anaheim Bay is
sometimes restricted by the United
States Navy, which loads ships
with munitions at the Seal
Beach Naval Weapons Station to
the north of the main channel.
U.S. Decennial Census
United States Census reported
that Huntington Beach had a population
of 189,992. The population
density was 5,959.1 people per
square mile (2,300.8/km²). The racial
makeup of Huntington Beach was 145,661
1,813 (1.0%) African
American, 992 (0.5%) Native
American, 21,070 (11.1%) Asian,
635 (0.3%) Pacific
Islander, 11,193 (5.9%) from other
races, and 8,628 (4.5%) from two
or more races. Hispanic
of any race were 32,411 persons (17.1%).
Whites were 67.2% of the population
in 2010, compared to 90.8% in 1970.
Census reported that 189,102 people
(99.5% of the population) lived in
households, 487 (0.3%) lived in non-institutionalized
group quarters, and 403 (0.2%) were
were 74,285 households, out of which
21,922 (29.5%) had children under
the age of 18 living in them, 36,729
(49.4%) were opposite-sex
married couples living together,
7,685 (10.3%) had a female householder
with no husband present, 3,804 (5.1%)
had a male householder with no wife
present. There were 4,386 (5.9%) unmarried
opposite-sex partnerships, and
504 (0.7%) same-sex
married couples or partnerships.
18,489 households (24.9%) were made
up of individuals and 6,527 (8.8%)
had someone living alone who was 65
years of age or older. The average
household size was 2.55. There were
(64.9% of all households); the average
family size was 3.07.
population was spread out with 39,128
people (20.6%) under the age of 18,
15,906 people (8.4%) aged 18 to 24,
54,024 people (28.4%) aged 25 to 44,
53,978 people (28.4%) aged 45 to 64,
and 26,956 people (14.2%) who were
65 years of age or older. The median
age was 40.2 years. For every 100
females there were 98.5 males. For
every 100 females age 18 and over,
there were 96.6 males.
were 78,003 housing units at an average
density of 2,446.5 per square mile
(944.6/km²), of which 44,914 (60.5%)
were owner-occupied, and 29,371 (39.5%)
were occupied by renters. The homeowner
vacancy rate was 1.1%; the rental
vacancy rate was 5.4%. 115,470 people
(60.8% of the population) lived in
owner-occupied housing units and 73,632
people (38.8%) lived in rental housing
to the 2010 United States Census,
Huntington Beach had a median household
income of $81,849, with 8.3% of the
population living below the federal
the 2000 census The population
density was 7,183.6 inhabitants
per square mile (2,773.9/km²). There
were 75,662 housing units at an average
density of 2,866.8 per square mile
(1,107.0/km²). The racial makeup of
the city was 79.2% White,
American, 0.7% Native
American, 9.3% Asian,
Islander, 5.8% from other
races, and 3.9% from two or more
races. 14.7% of the population were
of any race.
were 73,657 households out of which
29.0% had children under the age of
18 living with them, 50.7% were married
couples living together, 9.6%
had a female householder with no husband
present, and 35.2% were non-families.
24.3% of all households were made
up of individuals and 6.7% had someone
living alone who was 65 years of age
or older. The average household size
was 2.56 and the average family size
the city the population was spread
out with 22.2% under the age of 18,
8.4% from 18 to 24, 34.9% from 25
to 44, 24.0% from 45 to 64, and 10.4%
who were 65 years of age or older.
The median age was 36 years. For every
100 females there were 100.4 males.
For every 100 females age 18 and over,
there were 98.6 males.
median income for a household in the
city was $76,527, and the median income
for a family was $94,597. Adult males
had a median income of $50,021 versus
$33,041 for adult females. The per
capita income for the city was
$40,183. About 5.1% of families and
7.8% of the population were below
line, including 11.2% of those
under age 18 and 4.4% of those age
65 or over.
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Beach sits above a large natural fault
structure containing oil. Although
the oil is mostly depleted, extraction
continues at a slow rate, and still
provides significant local income.
There are only two off-shore extraction
facilities left, however, and the
day is not far off when oil
production in the city will cease
and tourism will replace it as the
primary revenue source for resident
city is discussing closing off Main
Street to cars from PCH through the
retail shopping and restaurant areas,
making it a pedestrian zone only.
Other shopping centers include Bella
Terra, built on the former Huntington
Center site, and Old World Village,
a German-themed center.
Beach has an off-shore oil terminus
for the tankers that support the Alaska
Pipeline. The terminus pipes run
inland to a refinery in Santa Fe Springs.
Huntington Beach also has the Gothard-Talbert
terminus for the Orange County portion
of the pipeline running from the Chevron
El Segundo refinery.
hotels have been constructed on the
inland side of Pacific
Coast Highway (State Route 1)
within view of the beach, just southeast
of the pier.
Beach contains a major installation
A number of installations on the Boeing
campus were originally constructed
to service the Apollo
Program, most notably the production
of the S-IVB
upper stage for the Saturn
IB and Saturn
V rockets, and some nearby telephone
poles are still marked "Apollo Dedicated
Mission Control Line."
Beach is also home to the headquarters
Manufacturing, an international
foodservice equipment company, with
two manufacturing facilities in the
Beach contains a small industrial
district in its northwest corner,
near the borders with Westminster
and Seal Beach.
City USA trademarks
Huntington Beach retains its 15-year
trademark of Surf City Huntington
Beach, the Huntington Beach Conference
and Visitors Bureau filed four applications
to register the "Surf
City USA" trademark
in November 2004. The idea was to
market the city by creating an authentic
brand based on Southern California's
beach culture and active outdoor lifestyle
while at the same time creating a
family of product licensees who operate
like a franchise family producing
a revenue stream that could also be
dedicated to promoting the brand and
city. A ruling by the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office released
on May 12, 2006 awarded three trademark
registrations to the Bureau; nine
additional trademark registrations
have been granted since this time
and ten other Surf City USA trademarks
are now under consideration. One of
the first products the Bureau developed
to promote its brand was the Surf
City USA Beach Cruiser by Felt
Bicycles in 2006. The product
has sold out every year in markets
worldwide and created demand for a
second rental bicycle model that will
be marketed to resort locations across
the globe starting in 2009. The Bureau
now has dozens of other licensed products
on the market from Surf City USA soft
drinks to clothing to glassware. As
of April 2008, the Bureau had more
than 20 licensing partners with over
50 different products being prepared
to enter the market over the next
18 months. Four of the Bureau's registrations
of the trademark are now on the principal
register and the remaining ten
trademark applications are expected
to follow. The Bureau is actively
considering registration of the Surf
City USA trademark in several different
countries and anticipates a growing
market for its branded products overseas
in coming years.
ongoing dispute between Huntington
Beach and Santa
Cruz, California over the trademark
garnered positive national publicity
in 2007 when a law firm representing
Huntington Beach sent a cease-and-desist
letter to a Santa Cruz T-shirt vendor.
A settlement was reached in January,
2008, which allows the Huntington
Beach Conference and Visitors Bureau
to retain the trademark.
downtown district includes an active
art center, a colorful shopping district,
and the International
Surfing Museum. This district
was also the home of the Golden
Bear from 19291986. Originally
a fine dining restaurant opened by
Harry Bakre in 1929, the Golden Bear
became a nightclub in 1963 and hosted
famous-name entertainment until it
was demolished in 1986. The list of
artists who performed there includes
BB King, Janis Joplin, Steve Martin,
Charles Bukowski, The
Ramones and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Beach Pier stretches from Main
Street into the Pacific Ocean. At
the end of the pier
is a Ruby's Diner. The
Surf Theatre, which was located
one block north of the pier, gained
fame in the 1960s and 1970s for showing
independent surf films such as The
Endless Summer and Five
Summer Stories. The Surf Theatre
was owned and operated by Hugh Larry
Thomas from 1961 until it was demolished
in 1989. A newer version of The Surf
Theatre is now closed, but the Huntington
Beach International Surfing Museum
has preserved its memory with ongoing
screenings of surfing movies once
shown at a Huntington Beach theater
and the original metal SURF sign.
Another surfing-related attraction
in Huntington Beach is the Surfing
Walk of Fame.
to Huntington Beach's 2011 Comprehensive
Annual Financial Report, the top employers
in the city are:
Restaurant & Brewery is also
based in Huntington Beach.
of the events at Huntington Beach
are focused around the beach during
the summer. The U.S.
Open of Surfing is featured on
the south side of the pier. Huntington
Beach was a stop on the AVP
beach volleyball tour. A biathlon
(swim/run) hosted by the Bolsa Chica
& Huntington State Beach Lifeguards
takes place in July, early at dawn.
The race begins at the Santa
Ana River Jetties and ends at
Warner Avenue, Bolsa
Chica State Beach. Huntington
Beach Junior Lifeguard day
camps are held which teaches pre-adolescents
and adolescents ocean swimming, running,
and first-aid medical knowledge.
addition to the beach-focused events,
of July parade has been held since
1904. The SoCal Independent Film Festival
takes place every September.
the winter the annual Cruise of Lights
Boat Tour is held in the Huntington
Harbour neighborhood. This is
a parade of colorful lighted boats
as well as boat tours to view the
decorated homes. In February of each
year since 1996, the Surf City USA
marathon is held with over 20,000
runners. The annual Kite Festival
is held just north of the pier in
Beach hosts car shows such as the
Beachcruiser Meet and a Concours
d'Elegance. The Beachcruiser Meet
is held in March, attracting over
250 classic cars displayed along Main
Street and the Pier parking lot. A
Concours d'Elegance is held at Central
Park in June and benefits the public
library. An informal "Donut
Derelicts" car show occurs every
Saturday morning at the intersection
of Adams and Magnolia Street.
City Nights is held every Tuesday
night during the entire year. The
Tuesday Surf City Nights is a community-spirited
event that features a farmer's market,
unique entertainment, food, kiddie
rides and a carnival atmosphere. Surf
City Nights and the Downtown Huntington
Beach Art Walk are presented by the
Huntington Beach Downtown Business
Improvement District (HBDBID) and
the City of Huntington Beach. The
Tuesday night Surf City Nights event
takes place in the first three blocks
of Main Street from Pacific Coast
Highway to Orange Avenue.
abound near Huntington City Pier
Beach during the day.
Beach is the site of the world surfing
championships, held in the summer
every year. The city is often referred
to as "Surf City" because of this
high profile event, its history and
culture of surfing. It is often called
the "Surfing Capital of the World",
not for the height of the waves, but
rather for the consistent quality
of surf. Gordon Duane established
the city's first surf shop, Gordie's
Surfboards, in 1955.
Beach's Ocean View Little League won
Little League World Series championship,
beating Japan 2-1.
Freeth was the first person to
surf in Huntington Beach with a demonstration
on June 20, 1914. Freeth had been
demonstrating surfing in southern
California as a promotion for the
city by Henry
E. Huntington. Duke
Kahanamoku started surfing in
Huntington Beach in 1925 and helped
popularize the sport. The first surfboard
shop, which was located underneath
Beach Pier, opened in 1956 by
from sponsored surf events, Huntington
Beach has some of the best surf breaks
in the State of California
and that of the United States. Huntington
Beach has four different facing beaches:
Northwest, West, Southwest, and South.
Northwest consists of Bolsa
Chica State Beach with a length
of 3.3 miles (5.3 km), the West
consist of "The Cliffs" or "Dog Beach",
Southwest is considered everything
north of the pier which is operated
by the City of Huntington Beach. South
consists in everything south of the
pier which primarily focuses on Huntington
State Beach (2.2 Miles), which
almost faces true South.
Chica State Beach is operated
by the State of California,
Dept. Parks & Recreation, and
the Bolsa Chica State Beach Lifeguards.
The beach is very narrow and the sand
is very coarse. Bolsa Chica tends
to have better surf with NW/W swells
during the winter season. During the
summer months the beach picks up south/southwest
swells at a very steep angle. Due
to the bottom of the beach, surf
at Bolsa Chica tends to be slowed
down and refined to soft shoulders.
Longboards are the best option for
surfing in the Bolsa Chica area.
Cliffs" or "Dog Beach" is also another
popular surf spot. This segment of
Huntington Beach obtains these names
because dogs are allowed around the
cliff area. Beach is very restricted
and often is submerged with high tides.
Surf at this location tends to be
even bigger than Bolsa Chica during
the winter and often better. During
the summer most of the South/Southwest
swells slide right by and often break
poorly. The best option is to take
out a longboard, but shortboards will
do at times. Dolphins have also been
sighted in this area.
north and south of the Huntington
Beach Pier are some well defined sandbars
that shift throughout the year with
the different swells. Southside of
the Pier is often a popular destination
during the summer for good surf, but
the Northside can be just as well
during the winter. Around the Pier
it all depends on the swell and the
sandbars. Shortboard is your best
option for surfing around the Pier.
Huntington Beach, also known as Huntington
State Beach, is where all the
south swells impact the coastline.
Huntington State Beach is operated
by the State of California, Department
of Parks & Recreation, and Huntington
State Beach Lifeguards. This beach
is very wide with plenty of sand.
dramatically shift during the spring,
summer and fall seasons, thus creating
excellent surf conditions with a combination
South/West/Northwest swell. Due to
Ana River jetties located at the
southernmost end of the beach, large
sandbars extend across and upcoast,
forcing swells to break extremely
fast and hollow. Best seasons for
surfing at this beach is the summer
and fall. The best option for surfing
in this area is a shortboard.
Beach is also a popular destination
surfing, and this sport can be
viewed on the beach northwest of the
Beach is the host city of the National
Professional Paintball League
Super 7 Paintball Championships. The
NPPL holds its first event of the
year traditionally between the dates
of March 23 through March 26.
Beach also hosts the annual Surf City
USA Marathon and Half-Marathon, which
is usually held on the first Sunday
Beach has a very large Central Park,
located between Gothard and Edwards
Streets to the east and west, and
Slater and Ellis Avenues to the north
and south. The park is vegetated with
(low water use) plants, and inhabited
by native wildlife. Thick forests
encircling the park are supplemented
with Australian trees, particularly
Gum Eucalyptus, a high water use
Beach Public Library is located
in Central Park in a notable building
designed by Richard
Neutra and Dion
Neutra. It houses almost a half-million
volumes, as well as a theater, gift
shop and fountains. The library was
founded as a Carnegie
library in 1914, and has been
continuously supported by the city
and local activists, with new buildings
and active branches at Banning, Oak
View, Main Street, and Graham. The
library has significant local historical
materials and has a special genealogical
reference collection. It is independent
of the state and county library systems.
park is also home of Huntington Central
Park Equestrian Center, a top class
boarding facility that also offers
horse rentals to the public, with
guided trail rides through the park.
There is also a "mud park" available
for kids. The world's second oldest
disc golf course is available in the
park, as are two small dining areas,
a sports complex for adult use, and
the Shipley Nature Center.
Chica Wetlands, which are diminishing
rapidly due to development, contains
numerous trails and scenic routes.
The wetlands themselves have recently
been connected with the ocean again,
in effort to maintain its previous,
following table shows the current
and past mayors of Huntington Beach:
||Donald F. Hansen
||Joseph J. Carchio
||Keith B. Bohr
||Gilbert J. Coerper
||Jill S. Hardy
||20042005 & 20142015
||Catherine T. Green
||20032004 & 20092010
||Constance J. Boardman
||20022003 & 20122013
||20012002 & 20072008
||Pamela L. Julien Houchen
||David P. Garofalo
||Shirley S. Dettloff
||Ralph H. Bauer
||19951996 & 20052006
||G. Victor Leipzig
||Linda L. Moulton-Patterson
||Grace H. Winchell
||Peter R. Green
||19901991 & 19981999
||Thomas A. Mays
||John P. Erskine
A. Kelly, Jr.
||19831984 & 19861987
||Robert P. Mandic, Jr.
||Ruth E. Finley
||Ruth S. Bailey
||19801981 & 19841985
||Donald A. MacAllister
||19791980 & 1983
||Ronald Q. Shenkman
||Ronald R. Pattinson
||19771978 & 19781979
||Harriett M. Wieder
||Norma Brandel Gibbs
||Jerry A. Matney
||George C. McCracken
||N. John V.V. Green
||Alvin M. Coen
||19681969, 19721973 & 19741975
||Jake R. Stewart
||Donald D. Shipley
||19641966, 19671968 & 19701971
||Robert M. Lambert
||Ernest H. Gisler
||Earl T. Irby
||Vernon E. Langenbeck
||Ted W. Bartlett
||Marcus M. McCallen
||Willis H. Warner
||Thomas B. Talbert
||19341936 & 19421946
||Elson G. Conrad
||Samuel R. Bowen
||Matthew E. Helme
||19141916 & 19181919
||19091912 & 19201922
to the city's most recent Comprehensive
Annual Financial Report, the city's
various funds had $295.6 million in
revenues, $287.7 million in expenditures,
$1,046.6 million in total assets,
$202.8 million in total liabilities,
and $87.1 million in cash and investments.
structure of the management and coordination
of city services is:
||Michael E. Gates
|Deputy City Manager
|Community Relations Officer
||Julie A. Toledo
|Director of Community Services
|Director of Finance
||Lori Ann Farrell
|Director of Human Resources
|Director of Information Services
|Director of Library Services
|Director of Planning & Building
|Director of Public Works
|Deputy Director of Economic
State Senate, Huntington Beach
is in the
37th Senate District, seat currently
In the California
State Assembly, it is split between
72nd Assembly District, represented
74th Assembly District, represented
States House of Representatives,
Huntington Beach is in California's
48th congressional district, represented
of June 1, 2010, the city has 127,660
registered voters. 45.8% are registered
28.5% are registered Democrats,
20.7% are decline to state, and the
balance are registered with third
Beach is the home of Golden
West College, which offers two-year
associates of arts degrees and transfer
programs to four year universities.
Beach is in the Huntington
Beach Union High School District,
which includes Edison
High School, Huntington
Beach High School, Marina
High School, and Ocean
View High School in the city of
Huntington Beach, Fountain
Valley High School in the city
Valley, and Westminster
High School in the city of Westminster.
district also has an alternative school,
Valley Vista High School, and an independent
study school, Coast High School.
Beach High School, which is the
district's flagship school, celebrated
its 100 year anniversary in 2006.
city has two elementary school districts:
Huntington Beach City with 9 schools
and Ocean View with 15. A small part
of the city is served by the Fountain
Valley School District.
Beach is also home to The
Pegasus School, a nationally recognized
Christian Junior/Senior High School
is a private independent school with
about 400 students living within 25
miles (40 km) of the school.
Lutheran school is a private K-8 school
in the city.
city was featured in the TruTV
series Ocean Force: Huntington
Beach. Also, the city is mentioned
in the Beach
Boys song Surfin'
Safari, in Jan and Dean's Surf
Route 101 and in Surfer Joe by The
cameras are set up at the Huntington
Beach Pier and shown on screens
at the California-themed Hollister
apparel stores. The store pays the
city for the cameras, with the money
used to fund marine safety equipment.
The cameras are also used by lifeguards.
public television station KOCE-TV
operates from the Golden West College
campus, in conjunction with the Golden
West College Media Arts program.
weekly newspapers cover Huntington
Beach: The Huntington
Beach Independent and The Wave
Section of The
Orange County Register.
natives and residents
Beach is the home to pro skateboarders
Templeton, and Nyjah
Blue is from Huntington Beach,
as is professional soccer player
is home of mixed
martial artists: Tito
"The Huntington Beach Bad Boy" Ortiz,
Balester, professional baseball
player for the Washington
Nationals, attended Huntington
Beach High School
Drasin, artist, actor, stuntman,
writer, personal trainer, bodybuilder,
and professional wrestler
Green, former U.S. record holder
throw, fifth place in 1984
Summer Olympics, lived in the
Seacliff area of Huntington Beach
Godderz, professional bodybuilder
with the World Natural Body Building
Federation, contestant on Big
Brother 10 and Big
Cesar Gonzalez, boxer, 1996
Olympic Games athlete for Mexico,
WBO light-heavyweight champion 2003,
attended Edison High, was killed
in 2012 by a drunk driver in Baja,
Gonzalez of the NFL's Atlanta
Falcons grew up in Huntington
Beach and attended Huntington Beach
Diamondbacks pitcher, was born
in Huntington Beach.
Kent, retired baseball player
and recipient of baseball's 2000
National League MVP award, was raised
in Huntington Beach and attended
Klinsmann, soccer player, coach
of the German
national soccer team and current
coach of the United
States men's national soccer team.
He did move with his family in 2008
Germany to become the coach of FC
Bayern Munich. Klinsmann currently
resides in Newport
Kyle, professional female bodybuilder.
Lipsky, professional tennis
player, lives in Huntington Beach.
Martin, professional tennis
player, lives in Huntington Beach.
Parks, retired professional
basketball player, was born in Huntington
Beach and attended Marina
"PT" Townend resided in Huntington
Weston, Roller Derby's "blonde
Wolcott, former Seattle
Mariners pitcher, was born in
Conger, current member of the
Angeles Angels of Anaheim graduated
Beach High School.
Owens, current prospect for
Simpson, current surfer on the
rock/metal band Avenged
Sevenfold grew up and currently
reside here. Lead guitarist Synyster
Gates has said he enjoys nothing
more than cruising Huntington Beach
on his chopper. Former drummer The
Rev was buried here following
Holland from The
Offspring lived in Huntington
ska punk rock band Reel
Big Fish formed here in 1992.
Torrence, from the 1960s Pop
and Dean, who co-authored the
famous song "Surf
City" (#1 in 1963), said that
Huntington Beach embodies the song's
spirit of freedom and California
Jacobs, The MC Bat Commander
Aquabats, resides in Huntington
Costa, the folk pop singer,
was born in Huntington Beach.
P.E., a punk rock/hip hop group,
was formed in Huntington Beach.
Vandals, a punk rock band formed
in Huntington Beach
Ant Farm lead singer Dryden
Mitchell currently resides in Huntington
Silveria formerly from the rock
band Korn resides
in Huntington Beach
Weiland, of the Stone
Temple Pilots and formerly of
Revolver, attended Edison
and Luke McGarry of the indie band
were born in Manchester,
England, but grew up and still
reside in Huntington Beach.
reggae band, The
Dirty Heads was formed in Huntington
was formed in Huntington Beach in
Legends are natives of Huntington
alternative/pop band Emblem3
moved to Huntington Beach to pursue
their musical career.
Beach Police Department MD520N
protection in Huntington Beach is
provided by the Huntington
Beach Fire Department. Law enforcement
is provided by the Huntington
Beach Police Department. Huntington
Beach Marine Safety Officers and its
seasonal lifeguards are recognized
as some of the best in the world with
a top notch safety record. It has
an active Community
Emergency Response Team training
program, that trains citizens as Disaster
Service Workers certified by Federal
Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
as a part of a free program run by
the fire department's Office of Emergency
services are also provided at State
Beach locations. Peace Officers and
lifeguards can be found at Bolsa Chica
and Huntington State Beach. Such services
consist of: aquatic rescues, boat
rescues, first aid and law enforcement.
All services are provided by the State
of California, Dept. Parks & Recreation.
1926, the Santa
Ana River dam failed, and flash-flooded
its entire delta.
The southern oceanic terminus of this
delta is now a settled area of Huntington
Beach. The distant dam is still functional,
but silting up, which is expected
to reduce its storage volume, and
therefore its effectiveness at flood-prevention.
The flood and dam-endangered areas
are protected by a levee, but lenders
require expensive flood insurance
in the delta. There have been serious
discussions to eliminate the need
for flood insurance and this requirement
has already been waived in some areas
and may one day no longer be considered
a credible threat.
it is a seaside city, Huntington Beach
has had tsunami
warnings, storm surge (its pier
has been rebuilt three times), sewage
spills, tornadoes and waterspouts.
The cold offshore current prevents
hurricanes. The Pier that was rebuilt
in the 1990s was engineered to withstand
severe storms or earthquakes.
fractions of the settled delta are
liquefaction zones above known
active faults. Most of the local faults
are named after city streets.
residents (and even city hall) live
within sight and sound of active oil
extraction and drilling operations.
These occasionally spew oil, causing
expensive clean-ups. Large parts of
the developed land have been contaminated
by heavy metals from the water separated
local oil has such extreme mercury
contamination that metallic mercury
is regularly drained from oil pipelines
and equipment. Oil operations increase
when the price of oil rises. Some
oil fields have been approved for
development. The worst-polluted
areas have been reclaimed as parks.
At least one Superfund
site, too contaminated to be a
park, is at the junction of Magnolia
and Hamilton streets, near Edison
Beach has the following sister
city relationships, according
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Ed (November 2, 2007). "Go ahead,
call Hellogoodbye emo". News
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