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Grover Beach City Information
Grover Beach is a city in San Luis Obispo County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 13,156 people and a total area of 2.3 square miles (6.0 km2).
Grover Beach City is a general law city governed by a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council establishes policies, makes decisions, and enacts laws on behalf of the city residents for the betterment of Grover Beach. In addition, the City Council also acts as the Financing Authority for certain financial obligations.
The City Council is made up of five council members elected by the general public. The mayor is directly elected after every two years, while council members serve four year terms. Municipal Elections are held on the first Tuesday in November of even-numbered years. Council members include John P. Shoals Mayor, Mariam Shah Mayor Pro Tem, Jeff Lee Council Member, Barbara Nicolls Council Member and Debbie Peterson Council Member.
The city council holds its meetings on the first and third Monday of every month from 6:00 p.m. at City Hall Council Chambers, 154 S. Eighth Street, Grover Beach, CA 93433. The meetings are televised live on Grover Beach local government cable access Channel 20.
The overall crime rate in Grover Beach, CA is 9% lower than the average crime rate in California and 3% lower than the national average. Looking at crimes involving violence. The city has a crime rate that is 43% lower than California’s and 35% lower than the national average. Looking at crimes involving property, the city has a crime rate that is 3% lower compared to other cities in California and 2% higher than the national average. In Grover Beach one has a 1 in 36 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 42% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the overall crime rate in Grover Beach has not changed.
The Grover Beach Police Department provides public safety and law enforcement services to the city residents. Services provided by the police department include traffic, municipal code violations, responding to emergency and non-emergency incidents related to crimes, and animal complains among other activities. For more information on the police department visit
Warrants and Bail
Wanted persons can be searched through the police department’s website, the website also has public records that can be accessed by the public. Offenders are remanded at the Grover Beach Detention Facility and can post bail in three main ways; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.
Grover Beach Police Station Address: 711 Rockaway Ave, Grover Beach, CA 93433, USA
Today, we graciously accepted a donation of pies for our Officers from Surfside Deli. The owners said that community members purchased these pies for our Officers over the last few days as a way of saying thanks. We are touched and humbled by this support. Thank you GB! https://t.co/MJZ0VH9yCt
GBPD's finest gathered with members of the 5 Cities Homeless Coalition to load up 25 full Turkey meals graciously donated to 5CHC by Vons of Grover Beach. Thanks to Vons and 5CHC for what you are doing to support our community members this holiday season. #GBtogether https://t.co/QRrm1zUEY1
It is the time of year when package theft is on the rise. This resident of our city on La Selva Ave. had a visit from a "porch pirate" over the weekend. If you know who he is, please call GBPD at 805-473-4511. We also offer the following tips on the attached photo! https://t.co/IRtIXheCwN
GBPD encourages everyone to keep it slow and smooth today on our wet roads. This is also a good opportunity to double check the condition of your windshield wipers, vehicle lighting, and tire pressure. Safer vehicles = safer people! https://t.co/2vmggYX2pB
Stolen bicycle recovered!
Last night a BMX was stolen that belonged to an 11 year old boy. The boy received this bike for his birthday in June! Officers made a report and later found an adult in possession of it. The adult was cited and the bike was returned. @CityGroverBeach https://t.co/tNapY64tcR
Welcoming New and Returning Employees!
Chief Peters conducted a swearing in of two employees to #GBPD today. Ms. Lauren Finkbeiner was sworn in as the new Police Services Analyst and Senior Police Officer Felix Ramirez rejoined our department after a seven month absence. https://t.co/YhhG5hHLww
Introducing GBPD's first ever Community Services Technician! His role is to proactively address neighborhood issues like abandoned vehicles and assist our Police Officers. Look for our CST in this specially marked vehicle, and call if you need us: 805-473-4511 #GBtogether https://t.co/zQFhgLkMx7
On Monday, GBPD responded to Ritchie Way for a fight and use of a firearm. Mark Vigil Jr of Grover Beach was arrested for Attempted Murder and other charges. Unregistered firearms were also seized from the involved residence. There were no serious injuries reported. https://t.co/ehELiueA0v
Can you identify this thief? The suspect pictured here stole items from a parked vehicle in a residential driveway. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Grover Beach Police Department: 805-473-4511. https://t.co/yKwmIJ6PfQ
We are now on @instagram!
You can find our new page through the link below or by typing "groverbeachpd" into your Instagram search bar. #GBPD Instagram will offer a different view of our department and will connect with more of our community members. https://t.co/qBg9Qpt7Rh https://t.co/uWnfcuWlKf
Please welcome our newest Police Officer, Walid Elsayed, who was sworn in today by Chief John Peters. Officer Elsayed begins an intensive training program with our veteran training officers, and we are confident that he will be a great addition to our GBPD team! https://t.co/4vnExBHrtt
The South County Tip-A-Cop Dinner returns!
On Wednesday, November 11th, Officers from the South County will participate in a Drive-Thru Tip-A-Cop Dinner to support Special Olympics. The dinner is hosted by MO's BBQ with a pick up at the Pismo Outlets.