Residents say mixed results on Sunset Cliffs Memorial Day weekend crowds
by DAVE SCHWAB
Published - 05/26/20 - 02:00 PM | 2257 views | 4 4 comments | 45 45 recommendations | email to a friend | print
This group at No Surf beach received citations from SDPD officers on Sunday, May 24. / Photo by Thomas Melville
This group at No Surf beach received citations from SDPD officers on Sunday, May 24. / Photo by Thomas Melville
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“Lots of people, mostly being respectful during the day until the evening, then the usual littering, drinking, and noisy people,” said Glen Volk, a resident in Sunset Cliffs about holiday weekend visitors in his neighborhood, which has been impacted of late by large rowdy crowds partying late and leaving trash. “Not the majority, but enough that it was disappointing.”

Noting crowds may have been smaller and more reserved due to a high-profile police presence, Volk said, “If [police] had not been here, it probably would have been insane.”

Volk said the aftermath of the three-day weekend revealed, “The usual noisy cars and motorcycles.  And a lot of trash in the mornings.”

A man fell from Sunset Cliffs around on Saturday, hurting his back and having to be rescued and hospitalized.

“How many falls in the last six weeks is that now? Four? Five?,” asked Volk. “This City amazes me that they allow the cliffs to be open at night. It sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen.” 

“From our standpoint, the Sunset Cliffs area did not cause us any issues this past weekend,” said San Diego Police Department Lt. Shawn Takeuchi. “This past weekend, we did not issue any citations in the beach areas related to the county/state health order (social distancing, masks, etc). 

“We did issue numerous citations for violations we see daily, which include drinking in public, public urination, dogs off-leash, etc. All in all, people were vary compliant.”

Volk said he did not see or hear any late-night partying, adding: “But I am somewhat sheltered. I am sure it happened in some areas.”

Noting Sunset Cliffs' neighbors have resorted to parking their cars on their streets to block people from parking there and partying at night, Volk said, “They should not have to do this.”

Added Volk: “The sooner the other beaches are open the better. We continue to request additional police presence. There were reports of drag racing on some streets.”
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May 27, 2020
I feel very bad for these residents. I live in Arizona and my wife , our dog come to your area to vacation each year and we treat the area and the residents with respect. That’s what it boils down to these days- a lack of respect for people and property. Trust me, I see it each day in my profession as a teacher. While most kids are respectful, unfortunately, somE aren’t. It’s a shame. Hang in there, maintain your values, and don’t take any crap from anyone. It’s a beautiful place to live and you’ve earned the right for you and your area to be treated with respect. Thank you.
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May 27, 2020
Well stated. And Thanks!! Enjoy your next visit.
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