This website is aimed at providing news and information to our community’s effort to improve Irby Park’s undeveloped field by restoring that land as a natural, passive-park habitat.
- On March 8th, the HB City Planning Commission approved the new conceptual plan for Irby Park. The details of the plan can be found in this 17 page Agenda PDF, but found below is a diagram of their plan, which references much from the community survey done in cooperation with CSULB. The next HUGE step is […]Read More »
- The Planning Commission has created a plan for Irby Park to discuss at their next meeting on Wed, March 8th at 6:00 PM. The details of the plan can be found in this 17 page Agenda PDF, but here is the meeting’s overview and their plan, which references much from the community survey done in cooperation […]Read More »
- The Cal State University Long Beach team did a great job designing, administering, and presenting the results of their Irby Park community survey aimed at gathering our neighborhood’s desired interest in restoring the undeveloped portion of Irby Park and includes details on our most desired amenities. The synopsis is that 85% of residents surveyed would […]Read More »
- The collaboration between CSULB and the HB Community Services group has produced and released the following online survey: http://bit.ly/IrbyParkSurvey The survey only takes a couple minutes to complete and will help CSULB students and the City of Huntington Beach better understand our neighborhood’s desires for Irby Park Restoration.Read More »
- Our recent meetings with Huntington Beach City Councilpersons regarding our desired Irby Park Restoration project were quite positive. The City agrees that the time to improve and restore Irby Park has come, especially since Bartwood Park’s restoration project is underway leaving Irby as the last park in Huntington Beach without a completion plan. With regards to timing, […]Read More »