We need you at the California Coastal Commission Meeting in Chula Vista on Wednesday, March 7th for a precedent setting decision on mitigation for seawalls. The meeting starts at 9am and will be held at the Chula Vista City Hall, Council Chambers (276 Fourth Avenue).  Please arrive no later than 9:30am.

The Surfrider Foundation San Diego Chapter has been working with the City of Solana Beach on their Local Coastal Plan (LCP) for almost 10 years and it all comes down to this meeting. This is our last opportunity to ensure proper mitigation for the use of seawalls to protect private property at the expense of public access and beach width. Between climate change and our sand starved beaches, these issues are more important than ever.

Showing your support at hearings like this and providing public comment is the most effective way you can support Surfrider and our mission.  We need you and your voice to show the decision makers that we love our beaches and we are paying attention.  Talking points will be provided.

The first 50 people at the hearing will receive a FREE “Dude, Where’s My Beach?” t-shirt.  We are asking everyone to wear blue.

Coastal Commission meetings can make for a long day so please arrive at 9:30am and stay as long as you can.  Help us protect our public beaches and ensure there is sand and surf for future generations.  Our oceans, waves and beaches need your help!