Serving as the northern gateway to Orange County’s 42 miles of coastline, this quiet, down-to-earth community is the perfect seaside destination to call home, visit, or locate your business. Seal Beach is named after the seals that once frequented its beachfront. Today, the city is filled with quaint neighborhoods and hometown appeal.
Wide, sandy expanses and several great surf spots make Seal Beach a favorite community among locals, and conditions are ideal for kitesurfing, windsurfing, and building sandcastles.
Location: On the coast, approximately 28 miles east of Los Angeles – between the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach.
Airport: Seal Beach is served by the Long Beach Airport (LGB), the John Wayne (Orange County) Airport (SNA) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Seal Beach is 7 miles north of LGB, 22 miles north of SNA and 27 miles south of LAX.
City Area: Seal Beach has a total area of 13.1 square miles. 11.3 square miles of this is land and 1.8 square miles is water.
Beach: 1.5 miles of beach, from 1st Street through Surfside
Pier: Seal Beach is home to the second longest wooden pier in the state of California. Originally built in the early1900’s, the pier was rebuilt in the 1980’s after a storm destroyed two sections.
Parks: The current park system, as of May 2013, includes the operation of 18 parks for a total of 75.45 acres, four Community Centers, one Tennis Center, one Gymnasium (Indoor Sports Facility), and one Aquatics Facility.