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 by:
- Providing a forum for the discussion of community issues.
- Communicating the views and needs of the community to the appropriate agencies.
- Taking the appropriate action on the community issues.
- Promoting the general betterment and beautification of Ocean Beach and the welfare of its residents.
- Fostering cooperative efforts among all community organizations and residents for their mutual benefit.
The OB Town Council hosts public meetings on the 4th Wednesday every month except November and December. Regular speakers include local leaders, political, business and law enforcement representatives, as well as members from all corners of the Ocean Beach community. Whether you’re a long-time OBcean or just want to learn more about OB, all are welcome! Meetings are located at the Masonic Center, 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd.
Click here to review the resolutions of the Ocean Beach Town Council.
Since the first lots were sold in 1909, OB residents have enjoyed taking walks and riding bikes to the beach to meet friends for coffee or a bite to eat. Ocean Beach was home to San Diego’s first large amusement park, Wonderland. Wonderland included 40 attractions, one being the largest roller coaster on the West coast, a casino, dance pavilion, a huge café that seated 650, it even included a zoo. It drew thousands to the beach every week. The Ocean Beach Pier was dedicated on July 2, 1966. It extends nearly half a mile to where the water is nearly 20 feet deep. Today Ocean Beach is the home of special events like the OB Street Fair and Chili Cook-off and the OB Holiday Parade, which attract thousands of visitors from the region and around the world.