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 Civic Center includes city council chambers, public meeting space and the offices of the city clerk, city…More manager, community development and finance departments.
The city council, which also acts as the city's Planning Commission, Redevelopment Agency and Personnel Board, generally meets every first and third Wednesday of the month but can vary greatly; check the city calendar to confirm.
The Imperial Beach Fire Department and sheriff substation are next door.
As the head of public safety for the city, the fire department also oversees lifeguard services, animal control and…More the Community Emergency Response Team or CERT. The fire department has an ambulance, two fire trucks and primarily responds to medical calls.
Residents may visit during office hours for fire safety prevention tips and literature. The fire department inspects the community's buildings for fire safety compliance. Animal services are contracted out to the Chula Vista Animal Shelter Program.
The city's fire chief and director of Public Safety is Tom Clark.
River Mouth Screen Printing 497 11th St, Imperial Beach, CA91932 Since December 2010, River Mouth Screen Printing has served the custom-fabric printing needs of Imperial Beach sports…More teams, the Boys & Girls Club, IB Fire Department and the general public. Anything from embroidery to custom-designed T-shirts, banners and hats can be produced by the company.
The City of Imperial Beach Lifeguard Service strives to keep beachgoers safe but is also composed of trained…More emergency responders.
About 10 surfboards line the walls of the station's second floor. Each was donated by local residents or board makers, including a personal board of Dempsey Holder made at the old lifeguard station.
The Dempsey Holder Room on the second floor acts as a meeting space for local non-profit organizations. Requests to use the space may be submitted to the city of Imperial Beach. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department has an office in its building as well.
The city manager is responsible for running the station and is assisted by the Lifeguard Captain and the Public Safety director, who is the chief of the Imperial Beach Fire Department.