Solana Beach offers the perfect small-town atmosphere with a population of 12,867. Enjoy the great restaurants and a variety of retail shops and boutiques in Cedros Design District. High scoring tests of Solana Beach Schools have received recognition from local, state, and national levels. The Solana Beach Train Station, which has Amtrak and the Coaster rail lines, is conveniently located along the coast 101. From here you can take a double-decker bus over to the Del Mar Race Track during the horse race season or local San Diego County Fair when it is in town.
The beaches are clean and have some great surf breaks to be enjoyed year round. There is lots of free parking on the streets as well as a few public parking lots. Check out a beautiful sunset from any of the beach front parks and playgrounds. Tide Beach Park is known for its large reef, or “Table Tops,” giving beautiful tide pools at lower tides.
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Located only 20 minutes north of San Diego, our seaside-city offers the perfect small-town atmosphere in which to work, play and raise a family.
The business climate in Solana Beach is active and progressive and is home to many professionals, high tech companies and artists. Moving or starting a business here could prove to be a very successful business venture.
Our rich and innovative schools have been recognized at the local, state and national level with high test scores to prove our students needs are being met. Renowned colleges and Universities are nearby.
We have great restaurants and a wide variety of retail stores and unique boutiques. The acclaimed North Coast Repertory Theatre makes Solana Beach its home.
Generally, the climate is warm during the summer months when temperatures tend to be in the seventies and cool during winter months when the temperatures tend to be in the fi fties with moderate temperature variations. Average annual rainfall is approximately 12 inches with January being the wettest month.
We have some of the best beaches in north county with opportunities for many recreational activities: surfi ng, swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, fi shing, jogging, walking or just relaxing! Excellent hiking, biking and jogging trails near the coast and inland offer the outdoor enthusiast many to choose from.
To learn more about relocating to Solana Beach please browse our website or stop by the Chamber of Commerce Offi ce or the Visitor Information Center. You will fi nd a friendly and informative staff, numerous pamphlets, guides and maps.
The City of Solana Beach encompasses 1.7 miles of beach front bordered on the north by Cardiff State Beach, and on the south by the City of Del Mar. The beach front is divided into four main Beach Parks: Fletcher Cove, Tide Beach Park, Seascape Surf, and Del Mar Shores. These beaches provide a wide variety of recreational activities for City residents and visitors. Below is a description of each beach park located in the City of Solana Beach.
Fletcher Cove, also commonly known as Pillbox because of its history as a WWII Gunnery installation, and is the main beach park in the City of Solana Beach. Located at 111 S. Sierra, at the end of Plaza street where Lomas Santa Fe Boulevard meets the beach, Fletcher Cove offers easy public access. A public parking lot located at the Cove as well as free street parking ensure that parking is seldom a problem for visitors traveling to the beach by vehicle. Fletcher Cove is also conveniently located only a few hundred yards from the Solana Beach train station, providing easy access to those visitors traveling to Solana Beach via Amtrak and the Coaster rail lines. A public access leads from the parking lot to a beautiful beach with excellent recreational opportunities for surfi ng, surf-fi shing, swimming, body-boarding, jogging, and walking. There are public
showers and restroom facilities as well as picnic tables and a basketball court located on top of the bluffs next to the Marine Safety Department Headquarters. Lifeguards are on duty year round at Fletcher Cove, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during the winter months, and from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. during the summer months.
Tide Beach Park
Located approximately 1/2 mile north of Fletcher Cove, Tide Beach Park can be reached via the public access located at 302 Solana Vista Drive, at the intersection of Solana Vista and Pacifi c. Parking at Tide Park is limited to free street parking. The park is equipped with showers, but there are no public restrooms. The beach itself is mostly known for its large reef, or “Table Tops,” and its beautiful tide pools located at the park’s northern border. Tide Park provides excellent recreational opportunities for surfi ng, surf-fi shing, snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, body-boarding, jogging, and walking. Lifeguards are on duty at Tide Park only during the summer months from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Known to many surfers as Cherry Hill, Seascape Surf is situated approximately 1/2 mile south of Fletcher Cove. Public access to the Beach Park is provided via a stairway located at 501 S. Sierra Avenue. In addition to free street parking, free parking is also available in a public parking lot located across the street from the beach access. Public showers are located above the beach access, but there are no public restrooms. Wide sandy beaches provide excellent recreational opportunities for beach activities such as walking, jogging, and Frisbee throwing. Seascape Surf is also an excellent location for surfi ng, surf-fi shing, swimming, body-boarding, snorkeling, and other water related activities. Lifeguards are on duty at Seascape Surf only during the summer months from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Del Mar Shores
Del Mar Shores is located approximately 3/4 miles from Fletcher Cove at the City’s Southern boarder. Access to Del Mar Shores is provided via a public stairway located at 180 Del Mar Shores Terrace. There is free street parking as well as three small free public parking lots located near the intersection of Del Mar Shores Terrace and Sierra Avenue. There are no public showers or restrooms located at the beach park. However, the beach park does provide a scenic viewpoint and excellent recreational opportunities for surfi ng, surf- fi shing, swimming, body-boarding, snorkeling, jogging, walking, and picnicking. Lifeguards are on duty at Del Mar Shores only during the summer months from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) (760) 931-7000 / www.sdge.com
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Solana Beach School District
309 North Rios Avenue / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.794.7100 / 858.794.7105 Fax www.sbsd.k12.ca.us
The Solana Beach Child Development Center 309 North Rios Avenue / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.794.7160 / 858.794.7165 Fax / www.sbsd.k12.ca.us
Solana Vista (k-3) Skyline (4-6) – Global Education Program (k-6) Solana Santa Fe (k-6) Solana Highlands (k-4) Carmel Creek (k-4) Solana Pacifi c (5-6) A seventh school, within the Pacifi c Highlands Ranch community, is in the planning stages.
San Dieguito Union High School District
710 Encinitas Boulevard / Encinitas, CA 92024 760.753.6491 / 760.635.0591 Fax / www.sduhsd.net
Earl Warren Middle School 155 Stevens Avenue / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.755.1558 / 858.755.0891 / www.sdhusd.net/ew
San Dieguito Academy 800 Santa Fe Drive / Encinitas, CA 92024 760.753.1121 / 760.753.8142 Fax / www.sduhsd.net/sd
Canyon Crest Academy 5951 Village Center Loop Road / San Diego, CA 92130 858.350.0253 / 858.350.0280 Fax / www.sduhsd.net/cc
Torrey Pines High School 3710 Del Mar heights Road / San Diego, CA 92130 858.755.0125 / 858.481.0098 Fax / http://tp.sduhsd.net
Sunset High School/North Coast Alternative High School 684 Requeza Street / Encinitas, CA 92024 760.753.3860 / 760.753.8469 Fax / www.sduhsd.net/ss
800 Santa Fe Drive / Encinitas, CA 92024 760.753.7073 / http://sdadulted.com
St. James Academy 623 South Nardo Avenue / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.755.1777 / 858.755.3124 Fax / www.stjamesacademy.com
Santa Fe Christian 838 Academy Avenue / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.755.8900 / www.sfcs.net
Cal Coast Academy 983 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, F/G / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.481.0882 / 858.481.3067 Fax / www.calcoastacademy.com
Fusion Academy 731 South Highway 101, Suite 1M / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.792.2300 / 858.792.2389 Fax / www.fusionlearningcenter.com
Fusion Learning Center 731 South Highway 101, Suite 1M / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.792.2300 / 858.792.2389 Fax / www.fusionlearningcenter.com
Monart School of the Arts 983-C, Lomas Santa Fe Drive / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.259.7154 / 858.259.7124 Fax / www.northsandiegomonart.com
Solana Beach Presbyterian Church Pre-School 120 Stevens Avenue / Solana Beach, CA 92075 858.509.2580 / www.solanapres.org
Public Schools for Solana Beach
The following schools are listed in the Solana Beach area.
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Solana Beach School District
309 North Rios Avenue Solana Beach, CA 92075 Phone: (858) 794-7100 Fax: (858) 794-7120 www.sbsd.k12.ca.us
San Dieguito Union High School District
710 Encinitas Blvd. Encinitas, CA 92024 Phone: (760) 753-6491 Fax: (760) 635-0591 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://sduhsd.net