News & Events
Paid parking at Linda Mar Beach will begin on August 16th. Fees will be charged to park at the north and south parking lots on Highway 1 at the Pacifica State Beach and at the Crespi Parking Lot located at the corner of Highway 1 and Crespi Drive. Annual parking passes can also be obtained through the Parks, Beaches & Recreation Department.|
For additional information on the beach parking or to obtain your annual pass, visit our web page at http://cityofpacifica.org/parking or you may access the page here.
Seven local agencies have collaborated to develop a web site which provides visitors and residents of the happenings in and around Devil's Slide. The web site can be found at www.DevilsSlideCoast.org .|
The site is brought to you by the National Park Service; California State Parks, San Mateo County Parks, California Coastal Conservancy, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancye, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District; and Peninsula Open Space Trust.
San Mateo County and all the cities in San Mateo are ready to implement the "Reusable Bag Ordinance". More information can be found here: Bag Ban|
The City of Pacifica has installed outdoor tsunami warning sirens in the West Sharp Park and West Rockaway Beach areas. These sirens will be used to alert the public of a possible tsunami or other emergency. The warning sirens will be tested at a reduced volume simultaneously on the first Wednesday of every month at 10:00am and will last for 15 seconds. In an actual emergency, the alert tone will continue for 3-5 minutes. Should this occur, the public should remain calm, listen for possible voice announcements, tune into local radio/TV (i.e., KCBS 740AM/KQED 88.5FM) for instructions, avoid using the telephone and only call 911 for life-threatening emergencies. Citizens are encouraged to sign up for emergency alerts via cell phone/pager/email at www.smcalert.info.|