San Diego City Residents, Beach Goers, Surfers, Environmentalists, Concerned Citizens . . .

Please Sign Our Petition!

Make a Stand Against Construction on Our Beaches!

Don’t Let Them Pave Paradise!

Please Understand: We are not against the lifeguards!

We Are Against a lifeguard command center of this size being built

in this beautiful location, and in a residential neighborhood.

This HUGE ‘Command Center‘ is a misuse of taxpayer funds, and a mistake.

There is NO demonstrated NEED for this large structure, it will just destroy the coastal bluffs, and create more problems for our residential neighborhood. It would change the very character of our community. This ~$7-10 Million dollar construction, will attract many unsavory elements North to our neighborhood. Yet the governmental agencies backing this project have not addressed these issues, nor offered any solutions for them.

This construction of this project will destroy the beauty of our beach, create traffic, crime, and attract homeless to our neighborhood. We NEED YOUR HELP getting our concerns heard by City Council, and the Lifeguards.

We Need Your Help to Stop the Issuance of a City Site Development Permit so that We Can Seek Other More Appropriate Solutions for this Beautiful, and Environmentally Sensitive Area.

The location at Law Street is inappropriate for this 3563′ sq/ft Command Center and storage facility that is being proposed.

The beach, coastal bluffs, and views are beautiful, peaceful, and a valuable asset for all to enjoy, and should be preserved.

We would like the opportunity to explore alternative solutions other than this proposed 3500 sq/ft Command Center which is being pushed on the community without our ability to respond appropriately to the effect it will have on our neighborhood, and beautiful local beaches.

This Plan is NOT integrated with the community, nor does it address other critical issues in this area.

Please Understand: We are not against public safety!

There is simply NO DATA to support the NEED for a Lifeguard Command Center of this size being built in this beautiful location, and in a residential neighborhood.

Please Sign Our Petition!

Make a Stand Against Construction on Our Beaches!

Don’t Let Them Pave Paradise!

Reasons the Community is Opposed to this Project :

  • Environmentally Sensitive Area
  • Flooding & Oceans Rising
  • No Environmental Studies
  • No Proven Need
  • Grand Ave Station Only .5 Miles
  • Misuse of Taxpayer Funds
  • Negative Community Impact
  • Negative Beach Impact
  • Residential Neighborhood
  • Against Community Plan
  • Increase Crime & Homeless
  • Pedestrian & Vehicle Congestion
  • Need Congestion Studies
  • No Employee Parking
  • Need Parking Studies
  • Plumbing & Sewage Issues
  • Loudspeaker Noise
  • Lighting Pollution
  • Scenic Views Obstructed
  • Community Is Against it

Community Voices :

I grew up in P.B. I visit regularly. This beach needs to pull back from the bluff all buildings not put more. Duh!! The oceans are rising. I went to Birch Aquarium this summer. UCSD tells us so in their exhibits.

Laura Shafer

This area of beach is where my family and many, many other families go!! This development will completely wipeout the area in which we all meet!! It’s ridiculous to put such a large facility in this space!! I really hope this doesn’t go through. Completely unnecessary. Improve the spot you have without taking away so much beach from its residents!!

Marie Kracha

Real crappy way to spend our tax dollars. Mission blvd is like driving on a washed out dirt road! Fix the roads first. Totally ridiculous!!! This beach will be a policed state after this is built!

Richard Purvis

There’s another station a stone’s throw away! Why?? No, just no.

Peter Holmes

This beach and these cliffs will not sustain development; it is already impacted by high and higher tides every year…

For the best interests of all, the city and lifeguards should NOT build a facility on this disappearing beach !!!!!

Please re-think this decade out-dated city plan, Thank You

Micaela Porte

There is no need for a command center so close to the command center at Grand. This will only cause problems for a quiet neighborhood – more parking, crime, etc.

Michael Moore

Too large of a facility where flooding is possible. Too expensive for current plan; need to scale back. Seems to me to be in an inappropriate location, a location that is made of families and a small area of beach access….needs to be at one of the primary entrances to the beach, not this quaint, private, family neighborhood entrance. Thank you.

Jennifer Turfler

This seems to be an excessive use of taxpayer money. Likewise, there doesn’t seem to be a need, or room, for such a large structure at Law street considering the Grand Ave. tower is so close. I’ve been frequenting Law St. for over 35 years – as a child and now with my own children – and it is a perfect family beach area as is.

Kyle Ketchum

All of the reasons stated in petition are so accurate & seems to be over kill on the part of those wanting to make these ‘improvements/changes’

Not necessary

Suzanne Hurt

This is a disaster for our beach. PB will become LA in no time. This beautiful part of the world will be destroyed forever. The proposed tower is unneeded. We have had death and mayhem in our beach bathrooms. We do not need more lifeguards, trucks and noise in this area. I do not want to spend tax payers money on the gentrification of our beach.

Vita Morelli

Keep Our Beaches Beautiful !

These Views Will go Away !

Please Sign Our Petition!

Make a Stand Against Construction on Our Beaches!

Don’t Let Them Pave Paradise!

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