Grover Beach is a community-oriented beach town offering diverse and affordable housing, a beautiful Central Coast location, and plenty of opportunities for all. Grover Beach is a full-service General Law city with a Council-Manager form of government with an ethnically diverse population of 13,400 covering 2.25 square miles. Located off Highway 101 and Highway 1, Grover Beach shares borders with Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande, and is just 20 minutes south of San Luis Obispo, home of Cal Poly State University.
The City is moving forward with a number of significant infrastructure and economic development opportunities including the beachfront Grover Beach Lodge and Conference Center, construction of a municipal broadband network, and street rehabilitation following voter approval of a $48 million bond in 2014. Grover Beach draws tourists and residents with its moderate coastal climate, and diverse recreational activities year-round, including weekly summer concert series, hiking, riding, and jogging along white sandy beaches, dunes and sea cliffs, or surfing, kayaking, and fishing in the ocean. The City of Grover Beach provides the entrance to California’s only drivable stretch of beach.