For revetment repair along the coastal properties, please contact City Principal Planner Russ Cunningham at (760) 435-3525, or email at RCunningham@oceansideca.org .
Beach Sand Replenishment
In an effort to replenish valuable beach sand lost through longshore drift and erosion and maintain beach amenity, while also providing protection of the City’s backshore assets; all qualifying development projects within the city are required to participate in Oceanside’s beach sand replenishment program as part of the City’s Opportunistic Beach Fill Permit (OBFP) issued by the State. This permit allows for the direct placement of sand on the City’s beaches from Seagaze Drive to Pine Street and from Oceanside Boulevard to Loma Alta Creek. It is the City's intent to require development projects that meet the OBFP criteria to deposit excavated sand that is planned for export, directly on the beach through a coordinated effort with the City’s Public Works Department. Please refer to the Beach Replenishment Memo below for further details or contact the Engineering Division at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 435-4373.
Additionally, please visit the Feasibility Study for Beach Sand Replenishment/Retention Devices webpage for more information about the City's replenishment efforts.
Development projects located west of Interstate 5 within City Limits and development projects located within the sphere of influence of the San Luis Rey River and Loma Alta Creek will be required to participate in this program. See the maps below for areas affected by the OBFP.
The Engineering Division strives to provide quality engineering, construction, and inspection services that enhance the safety and environment of the community by conducting business in an ethical manner that promotes excellent customer service, communication, integrity, efficiency, effective management, and accountability.
The City of Oceanside Engineering Division is responsible for the management of public infrastructure and private land development. This division administers all aspects of engineering and inspection activities relating to Private Development, Capital Improvement Programs (CIP) and traffic-related issues. The Engineering Division is responsible for the City’s engineering review of all public and private sector development projects, preparing and maintaining documentation and records of all activity, and providing information to the public.
Our goal at the Engineering Division is to provide our customers with the best services possible, information they want and when they need it. If you have questions about any aspect of private development projects, or if you'd like to tell us what you think about the job we're doing, just click on the link below. Also, feel free to tell us what you liked about our web site and/or, what you think we should add to the web or our customer service counter.
300 N. Coast Hwy – Oceanside CA 92054
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