Bluff Top improvements in Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach

Learn About Phase Two Improvements

Huntington Beach, Calif.- Bluff Top improvements are well underway along Pacific Coast Highway between 11th Street and Seapoint Street. Phase one, which consisted of railing replacement along the bluff, is now complete. Phase two of the project is estimated to start this month.

Phase two includes a new sidewalk adjacent to Pacific Coast Highway, path maintenance, and landscape improvements throughout the space. The upcoming construction will result in the closure of the Bluff Top upper path. The lower trail and access to the beach will remain open.

The sidewalk addition will result in 20 palm trees that currently line the path to be relocated to Huntington and Bolsa Chica State beaches. A biological survey will be done for every impacted tree. All trees removed will be replaced, resulting in almost double the number of trees currently within the area.

Phase two construction is expected to be complete before summer. Please be careful when walking or biking in the area while construction is taking place.

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