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Huntington Beach breaks ground on Bluff Top Park Improvement Project on September 14

On September 14, 2021 at 9:00 a.m., the City of Huntington Beach will break ground on Phase 1 of the Bluff Top Park Improvement Project. This capital project will take shape over two phases, beginning with the installation of wooden lodge pole fencing along the bluff tops and new metal railing along the staircases. This new fencing will replace existing metal rails to better frame Huntington Beach’s beautiful coastline and enhance beach visits for residents and tourists alike. Phase 1 construction begins on September 14, 2021 and will wrap up in November 2021, for a total Phase 1 project cost of $1.2 million.

Phase 2 of the Bluff Top Park Improvement Project includes widening the park pathway and trail, replacing the access ramps leading towards the trail, and enhancing landscaping throughout. Construction will take place from January to April 2022 for a total cost of $2.5 million.

The City wishes to acknowledge and thank Assemblymember Petrie-Norris for appropriating $1.7 million in state funding towards this capital project that will preserve an important coastal amenity in the State of California. The remaining funds have been budgeted through the City’s Park Development Impact Fund.

This article was released by the City of Huntington Beach.

3 Comments

  1. Yes! Hopefully they extend parking space for dog beach section!!!! Way too small. Had to wait for 1 hour.

  2. Yes! Finally they will fix this eyesore!

  3. $2,500,000 for the park? We need pot holes filled and something done with the homeless.

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