Imperial Beach is a city in Imperial County, California, USA, about 30 miles west of Los Angeles. The city was founded in June 1887 and takes its name from the Imperial River, an important source of water for Imperial Beach.
According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a population of 2,756 (30.2%), which are owned by owners and 6,356 (69.8%) by tenants. It is also part of the larger bi-national metropolitan area that shares the same boundaries as Los Angeles County, California and San Diego County. The city covers an area of 2.6 square kilometers and borders the Imperial River and the San Gabriel River as well as the Pacific Ocean. In total, there are 4,632,843 units in Imperial Beach that are either owned - occupied or occupied, with an average occupancy rate of 60.4%.
Apart from a few small hotels, Imperial Beach remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in Los Angeles County. During the Second World War and the Great Depression, many workers stayed at Imperial Beach, and some later made it their permanent residence, but it is still a popular destination for tourists and tourists, especially in the summer.
The city also hosts a vintage car show on the beach in summer, an annual dog surfing competition and the last sand castle competition, ending the tradition of the annual event. During the day, the city is mostly or partly sunny, with highs of around 25 degrees Celsius and lows of around 20 degrees.
In December 2013, a new $22 million hotel was completed, now called the Imperial Beach Hotel and Spa (formerly Seacoast Inn). Demolition work on the new hotel has begun on the site of the old Seacast Inn on Seacast Drive and a nearby beach.
Imperial Beach is also known as NOLF (Imperial Beach) and is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Mammal Center. The nearby Border Field State Park marks the border between the US and Mexico and allows beach-goers from across America to talk to their friends and family in Mexico, where the beach is called Playas de Tijuana or "Tijuana Beach." Imperial Beach employs lifeguards around the clock for a year and includes a large number of beaches as well as a variety of restaurants, bars, hotels and restaurants. Due to its large military population, it is an important tourist destination for visitors from all over the United States and the world.
The estuary between Seacoast Drive and Imperial Beach Boulevard is home to many endangered birds and wildlife. The beach from the bay to the sea includes a large number of sand dunes and a variety of sandy beaches, and the bay and the beaches by the sea are located in the middle of an isthmus.
Beach volleyball, surfing and bodyboarding are popular, although these activities are concentrated on the north side of Imperial Beach Boulevard between Seacoast Drive and Imperial Avenue. Boca Rio Beach Break was awarded by San Diego Magazine as one of the most popular beach holidays in the state of California in 2010.
Imperial Beach is located in the Port of San Diego, one of five port cities that make up the Imperial Beach Port District, the largest port district in California. The city is home to more than 1,000 residents and businesses, making it the second largest city in Southern California with a population of more than 1.5 million.
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