Solana Beach

FINANCE

Evoke's rally fizzles

Solana Beach’s Evoke Pharma Inc. (Nasdaq: EVOK) was the fifth-biggest loser on the Nasdaq board on Monday, as its stock price dipped 5.4 percent to $6.52 per share.

REAL ESTATE

Housing inventory not an issue in northern Baja

Low housing inventory is a challenge for most San Diego County real estate firms. But it's a different story just south of the border.

REAL ESTATE

Casual gets the job done for Bell & Associates Realty

As might be expected in an office two blocks from Moonlight State Beach in Encinitas, the style is casual at Bell & Associates Realty Group.

GREEN

EDF Renewable Energy's Spinning Spur II Wind Project completed

EDUCATION

Construction of Solana Ranch Elementary completed

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Visitor Information

Bordered by the San Elijo Lagoon to the north, Del Mar to the south, and Rancho Santa Fe to the east, Solana Beach sits atop cliffs along 1.7 miles of coastline. Tranquil and charming, the city is known for its shopping and arts and entertainment scene.

North Coast Repertory Theater has been putting on high-quality performances in an intimate theater setting for more than 30 years. The internationally acclaimed Belly Up has a long, storied history of hosting live music, and Rolling Stone magazine calls it one of the hottest clubs on the West Coast. Fiesta del Sol, the city’s annual two-day street and music festival held the first weekend of June, combines the sense of a small town gathering with a big city blast. Sponsored by the city’s Chamber of Commerce, the festival features arts and crafts booths, continuous live music, an international food court, beer garden and a kid’s area.

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Located approximately 30 miles north of San Diego, Solana Beach is a hidden gem with great restaurants, shopping and day spas. A small coastal town with a population of 13,154, it has easy access to public transportation and minimal traffic. Solana Beach straddles Interstate 5 and Highway 101 just north of Del Mar. This pedestrian, bike and dog-friendly town enjoys peak summer temperatures in the low 70s with daily highs rarely reaching 80. Winters are mild with average temperatures in the mid to high 50s.

According to City Data, the estimated median household income is $79,465. Some 18.6 percent of residents are employed in professional, scientific and technical services industries. Educational services industry claims the second top spot and employs 9.8 percent of residents. The most common occupations for male and female residents (9 percent) are in management.

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Solana Beach Businesses

Shoreline Appraisals

399 Stratford Ct., Ste. 323
Del Mar, CA
  • Appraisals & Valuations
  • Attorney Services
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate - Services
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Shop Cedros Design District for unique gifts

The Cedros Design District welcomes shoppers with an eclectic and fun selection of gifts, antiques and collectibles.

Visitor/Relocation Demographics

Solana Beach demographics

Business Demographics

Solana Beach business information

Solana Beach in Photos

Spotlight on Solana Beach

Bordered by the San Elijo Lagoon to the north, Del Mar to the south, and Rancho Santa Fe to the east, Solana Beach sits atop cliffs along 1.7 miles of coastline. Tranquil and charming, the city is known for its shopping and arts and entertainment scene. 

Homes for Sale

Price is $639,000

Movie Theaters

Listings of movie theaters are not available for this community.

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Newsmakers

Jody James Watkins, Watkins Landmark Construction

May 21, 2012 -- Jody James Watkins explains how he got started in California and what he wants his company, Watkins Landmark Construction, to mean to the community.

Upcoming Events

Words by Ira Gershwin

Wed, Aug 20
North Coast Repertory Theatre
Solana Beach
A musical play by Joseph Vass, returning by popular demand. A tour through some of the greatest American songs ever written.

The ABC’s of Long Term Care

Wed, Aug 20
7:00am 9:00am
Del Mar Hilton
Del Mar
Nearly 70% of the population will require some long term care assistance in their own home or in a care facility, but most will not be adequately prepared. Today in San Diego County the average annual cost is $109,000 for full time care or $52,000 for in home care for at least three years. There are solutions to protect someone’s wealth from poor health. Plan to attend “The ABC’s of Long Term Care” on August 20th and leave with a masters in Long Term Care knowledge. Mark Dice, Long Term Care Specialist and advisor to over 150 Financial Planners nationwide will educate you in 90 minutes about real solutions and alternatives for you and your employees at your company.

Summer Chiller

Wed, Aug 20
5:30pm 7:30pm
CUCINA Enoteca (Flower Hill Mall)
Del Mar
Join the SDDMA (San Diego Direct Marketing Association) for an informal after-work networking event and enjoy networking with other, like-minded digital marketing professionals, SDDMA board members and former speakers. This is a no-host happy hour at one of Del Mar’s newer and centrally located hot spot, CUCINA enoteca. There’s no cost to attend and new guests are welcome. Please RSVP at www.sddma.org/events so we know to expect you!

Words by Ira Gershwin

Thu, Aug 21
North Coast Repertory Theatre
Solana Beach
A musical play by Joseph Vass, returning by popular demand. A tour through some of the greatest American songs ever written.

Words by Ira Gershwin

Fri, Aug 22
North Coast Repertory Theatre
Solana Beach
A musical play by Joseph Vass, returning by popular demand. A tour through some of the greatest American songs ever written.
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