About Solana Beach
Located in San Diego County, Solana Beach is a 3.6 square mile affluent beach community on the Pacific Ocean.
With an estimated population of 12,000, Solana Beach is in the 92075 ZIP code. Solana Beach, California, has an average household income of $84,893, an average home value of $974,200 and an average household size of 2.27 persons.
Solana Beach Shopping
The Cedros Design District along Solana Beach's Cedros Avenue is known for its unique shopping experiences that include furniture and decor for the home, art, fashion and collectible pieces including jewelry and tapestries. The two-and-a-half block strip is also home to Solana Beach's weekly Farmers Market.
Local and national retail stores at Solana Beach Plaza and Solana Town Center offer additional shopping opportunities in Solana Beach.
Utilities in Solana Beach
San Diego Gas & Electric
EDCO Waste and Recycling Services
Time Warner Cable
Solana Beach Business Climate
Solana Beach is a residential beach community. There are design, architecture and other similar offices in the city’s Cedros Design District, also a popular shopping destination.
Solana Beach Government
A general law city, run by a Council Manager government, Solana Beach is managed by five Council members, including the mayor, who is chosen by the Council to serve a one year term.
Solana Beach is in the 39th Senate District and the 74th Assembly District. Solana Beach is in the 50th Congressional District of California.