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Ocean Beach Town Council
The object and purpose of the Ocean Beach Town Council is to express the will and represent the welfare of the community of Ocean Beach.
Ocean Beach MainStreet Association
The Ocean Beach MainStreet Association is the management organization for the O.B. Business Improvement District and the Newport Ave. Landscape Maintenance District.
Ocean Beach Community Development Corporation
The OBCDC is dedicated to the betterment of Ocean Beach, San Diego through continued infrastructure improvement projects, sustainable practices, and provision of affordable housing in OB.
Peninsula Community Planning Board
The Peninsula community is comprised of a number of relatively distinct residential neighborhoods including: Ocean Beach Highlands, Point Loma Highlands, Loma Alta, Loma Palisades, Loma Portal, Fleetridge, Roseville, Sunset Cliffs, Wooded Area, La Playa and the former Naval Training Center renamed Liberty Station.
Mission Bay Park Committee & Mission Bay Park Improvement Fund Oversight Committee
The Mission Bay Park Committee advises the Park and Recreation Board on the development, utilization, and policies regarding Mission Bay Park. The Committee meets the first Tuesday of each month, 6 p.m., at various locations.
California Coastal Commission
The Commission is committed to protecting and enhancing California’s coast and ocean for present and future generations. It does so through careful planning and regulation of environmentally-sustainable development, rigorous use of science, strong public participation, education, and effective intergovernmental coordination.
San Diego Park and Recreation Board
The Park and Recreation Board was chartered by the City to serve as advisory board on matters relating to the acquisition, development, maintenance and operation of parks, beaches and recreation properties and facilities.
Who is your City Representative
The City Councilmember for Ocean Beach is Jennifer Campbell. See who else represents San Diego and what cities they are representing.
City Boards and Commissions
Boards and commissions may be fiduciary, regulatory, policy-setting and/or advisory. In all cases, members’ contributions are invaluable to the Mayor, the City Council and the City.
Information on requesting neighborhood speed bumps and road humps
Speed bumps may be requested through the city but they will probably not be considered on any emergency response routes (yellow streets on map or transit route (see request form and maps Read more about traffic calming options in the City of San Diego’s Traffic Calming Guidelines