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Nestled along the coast in the southeast corner of Long Beach, Belmont Shore is a charming beachside community home to more than 250 businesses. Second Street and the fifteen intersecting side streets make up the business district of Belmont Shore.
The business corridor lines the center of this seaside community, affectionately referred to by locals as “the Shore.” The neighborhood features beautiful Spanish style homes from the 1920’s and 30’s as well as charming beach bungalows.
Justin Rudd’s Community Action Team Celebrates 200th 30-Minute Beach Cleanup Plus A Cold Dip in The Ocean
Sat., Jan. 16, 2016: 200th consecutive month, 1 Granada Ave. Justin Rudd and his Community Action Team have been hosting the monthly cleanup since June 1999. Approx. 100 volunteers of all ages attend to help rid the sand of debris, so our beach remains clean and safe.
The Annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m., on Saturday, December 5, 2015, and the Long Beach Police Department encourages attendees to comply with all laws for everyone’s safety:
Artist’s rendering of new Luther Burbank Savings location in Belmont Shore. Luther Burbank Savings has opened a branch in Long Beach, Calif. at 5348 2nd Street. “As a private savings institution which has been profitable for the last 126 consecutive quarters, Luther Burbank Savings is very judicious in its selection of markets,” notes John Biggs, President and Chief Executive Officer of Luther Burbank Savings.
More than 500 kids are expected to participate in the 12th Annual Great American 4th of July Kids’ Bike Parade this weekend. The parade is all about “Red, White and Youth” says organizer Justin Rudd. Each year kids and their parents take a Fourth of July ride decked-out patriotic-themed bikes, wearing red, white & blue outfits and waving flags, in hopes of taking home top-10 prize money of $10.
Mayor Robert Garcia – Photo from Facebook Mayor Robert Garcia, Councilwoman Suzie Price, and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Marine, invite the public to a Dedication Ceremony for new public art at Rosie’s Dog Beach on Wednesday June 10, at 5:30 pm.
The inaugural “Long Beach Touch-A-Truck” interactive event will take place Sat., May 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the beachfront parking lot at Granada Ave. The free event is co-sponsored by Councilwoman Suzie Price and Justin Rudd’s nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT).
Parking meters got smarter Monday in Long Beach, with the start of installation of more than 1,600 smart meters. The City Council in December 2014 approved the replacement with new, smart meters that accept credit/debit cards in addition to coins.
Complaints received from the community in regards to bicycle thefts near the Belmont Pier prompted East Division’s Directed Enforcement team to focus on these types of crimes in that area, in addition to coordinating a bike theft sting that resulted in three arrests, and the issuance of five misdemeanor citations.
This empty building at 5374 East 2nd Street could become additional parking for Belmont Shore visitors. The city will host a public discussion to consider to the possibility. Councilwoman Suzie Price will host an informational meeting to discuss the process involved with the City possibly acquiring the Roe property at 5374 East 2nd Street to develop a public parking lot and/or structure.
The first pedestrian diagonal intersection in decades has been installed at the intersection of 2nd Street, Livingston Drive and Quincy Avenue (Intersection), as part of a project to enhance traffic flow and intersection safety on Ocean Boulevard from the Intersection to Alamitos Avenue.