The most commonly known fact about Huntington Beach, California, is its trademarked title of "Surf City, USA." The coastal city is home to the Surfer's Hall of Fame and International Surfing Museum, and it hosts the US Open of Surfing each year.Continue Reading
Huntington Beach is located in Orange County, along the Pacific Ocean coast of Southern California. With nearly 200,000 residents, Huntington Beach is the fourth largest city in Orange County and the 16th largest in California. This population is approximately 70 percent non-Hispanic Caucasian, with smaller but significant Latino and Asian populations.
Huntington Beach has warm, temperate weather throughout the entire year, with temperatures rarely rising above 90 degrees Fahrenheit or dipping below 45. The city has been ranked for many years as one of the ten safest large cities in America, as well as being listed as a top 25 city for doing business (Inc. Magazine). As such, the average resident of Huntington Beach lives in a household that makes more than $100,000 per year.
Along with its beaches, Huntington Beach is well-known for its opportunities for recreation. Among these are the Huntington Beach Pier, which stretches nearly 2,000 feet into the Pacific Ocean, and the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, which provides sanctuary for hundreds of species of birds.Learn more about The West