Located southeast of Los Angeles, California, Huntington Beach is known for its long surfboards and surf beaches. The city is also home to the International Surfing Museum, which features surf memorabilia and exhibits. In addition to its beaches, Huntington City has other attractions, including the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, which is home to hundreds of bird species. Despite its many attractions, a visit to Huntington Beach is a must.
A group of conservative Huntington Beach residents called the Save Surf City movement has filed recall petitions against the city's six council members. The only council member eligible for recall is Rhonda Bolton, because she has not completed her tenure as a councilmember. Several other council members are in opposition to the group, which wants to remove every member of the city's council. In response, City Clerk Robin Estanislau said that there are no restrictions on who can run for office.
A popular spot for surfing, Huntington Beach has a municipal pier, which is the largest in California. The city has mild weather all year long, with temperatures that are not extreme and a beautiful natural landscape reminiscent of the Hawaiian Islands. It has some of the best surf waves in the U.S., and it is home to numerous events and festivals. More than eleven million people visit the city each year. The beaches and ocean are just two of the reasons it is so popular.