City of Imperial Beach City Manager 825 Imperial Beach Blvd, Imperial Beach, CA91932 The city manager is appointed by the City Council to handle the city's day to day business. The city manager also acts…More as an advisor to the council during all meetings. An assistant city manager helps carry out special projects and other duties of the office.
This park sits at the city's center and at nearly six acres, is the largest in Imperial Beach.
A stage and…More shade area occupy space next to the playground and swings while on the park's edges are the Imperial Beach Senior Center and the library. There's plenty of grass for football, soccer or other games. There are no public restrooms.
Across the street is the sheriff's station, City Hall and the Imperial Beach Fire Department. The Boys and Girls Club of Imperial Beach is directly north of the park.
The City of Imperial Beach Community Development enforces code compliance, approves building proposals, and issues…More building and coastal permits. Approximately 75 percent of Imperial Beach is considered coastal zone. Come here for anything related to redevelopment or zoning laws.Greg Wade runs the department along with a small staff.
Amanda's Beauty Salon 637 9th St, Imperial Beach, CA91932 In a community with such beautiful weather staying in style is crucial. A very popular stop for Imperial Beach locals…More Amanda's Beauty Salon allows the women of this city a communal meeting space for social grooming along with bonding.
Wylde Sydes Body Piercing 771 Palm Ave, Imperial Beach, CA91932 Body modifications are no longer only for the young and rebellious, this shop has a wide span of personalities on its…More clientele list. Located a short mile from the Imperial Beach board walk, this body piercing shop maintains the ever-changing style of the patrons of this city.
Here people can report crime or abuse of any kind. Deputies respond to emergency calls 24 hours a day and patrol the…More city, while detectives investigate crimes. Volunteer officers, as part of the YANA (You Are Not Alone) program, make house calls to homebound seniors and local residents in need. A crime prevention specialist informs the public of ways to prevent crime. An emergency phone outside the substation may be used 24 hours a day.
Tickets are not paid at the substation but in the City Finance Department next door.