After a 16 year long campaign to ensure that seawalls along Solana Beach were properly mitigated, the Coastal Commission approved the City of Solana Beach's Land Use Plan that includes a 20-year review of seawall permits and also set an 18 month timeline for the City to finalize their study to determine land lease and mitigation fees that ensure the public is properly compensated for the loss of public sandy beach.
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A Solana Beach homeowner won permission from the state Coastal Commission to inject concrete into a cave under a bluff supporting the property, but only
Since 2003 Surfrider San Diego has been commenting on and opposing a proposed project in Solana Beach by the Bannasch Living Trust. These bluff top
As part of our Beach Preservation Policy, we oppose the permanent use of Public Trust or Park Land to build seawalls and other such structures. Seawalls
Our chapter maintains two volunteer-led committees dedicated to issues related to the preservation of our coast. You can learn more about them by clicking below, or start HERE to get some background on Surfrider’s Coastal Preservation Initiative