Pacific Beach Community Groups
Discover Pacific Beach is the local business improvement district (BID). It is the second largest BID in San Diego with over 1,500 member businesses. Discover Pacific Beach, seeks to revitalize and promote the Pacific Beach community physically and economically. Any operating business license within the district is a member. Meetings are open to the public. Committees can be joined by members and non-members alike.
-Pacific Beach Hospitality Group
-Design and improvement/ Vision and Planning
-Parking Advisory Board
beautifulPB is a public non-profit charity formed by a group of PB residents, businesses, and property owners who are collaborating with the local community to create a sustainably beautiful Pacific Beach. They are working to implement a number of community projects and programs that will bring us closer to realizing a Pacific Beach EcoDistrict.
For meeting details check beautifulpb.com.
Pacific Beach Town Council
The volunteer-based non-profit corporation was founded by community activists in 1951. The Town Council’s membership of over 550 represents the close-knit, hard-working, hard-playing residents of Pacific Beach. The membership annually elects a Board of Directors who serve two-year terms, and officers who serve one year terms. The Board of Directors, Officers, and Members are governed by the Pacific Beach Town Council bylaws. Membership is open to everyone.
Meetings held on the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at Crown Point Elementary School.
Pacific Beach Planning Group
The PB Planning Group is chartered with upholding the Pacific Beach Community Plan. The Pacific Beach Community Plan is the City of San Diego’s adopted statement of policy for growth and development of the Pacific Beach planning area over the next decade. The plan is a conceptual “blueprint” for how we wish to evolve Pacific Beach while still preserving natural resources, especially the unique relationship that exists between Pacific Beach and its primary natural resource–the Pacific Ocean and Mission Bay. Meetings are also open to the public but subcommittee members must be members of the board. Elections are typically in March and require attendance at least one prior meeting.
Meetings held on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the Community Room of the PB Library.