Skip to main content

Dig Imperial Beach

I Dig What's Happening Around Town - Improvements and Changes in Imperial Beach

Sep 18, 2017 01:01AM ● By Paul Spear

I Dig What's Happening Around Town - Improvements and Changes in Imperial Beach

I Dig What's Happening Around Town covers events to small for their own article put together make for some good reading.

Two of IB's City Parks are getting face lifts and improvements. Triangle Park on Palm and 7th St 

 has been completely town out and is getting a complete face lift and at the IB Sports Park, 425 IB Blvd., it is getting all new playground equipment and a redone play area. All the old playground equipment is gone and new playground equipment is going in,

The alley behind the 7-Eleven on IB Blvd and 13th Street is now paved all the way through!

Deb's Cookie Jar has added a lunch menu so besides her wonderful cookies you can now enjoy a wonderful lunch or breakfast to eat there or take out along with her wonderful cookies.


Seaside Candy has added a fantastic new outdoor patio were in the right spot you can catch a glimpse of the ocean and has expanded to be able to host parties on the patio and a new sit-down area where items other than candy used to be sold and has more improvements on the way.

The Wave Cafe the inside has been fully redecorated with Photograph's by Fine Art Photographer, Imperial Beach's own William Edwin Willis. The new owner has new cooks and the food is much more enjoyable now! They 

 are also now open until 7 p.m. every day but Monday when they are closed and have added internet access. Be. sure, to ask them and they will give you the password so you can be logged onto the network. And look for more exciting things there as well in the future.  

 Coagulations to Dr. Matt Dickson of the South Bay Urgent Care who is the doctor now for all the Mar Vista Mariners Varsity home football games and some other events there. Art Photographer, Imperial Beach's own William Edwin Willis also has many of his works at their Urgent Care at 1628 Palm Ave. Be sure to check out our one of many articles about their wonderful business. It’s open 7 days a week if you need them.

If you have any news and/or photos of little improvements happening around town, please feel free to email them to us. If 

 there are large enough, they may get their own article or be included in this one! Please email them to us at

Lastly and most importantly, when you visit one of our man fantastic sponsors, be sure to thank them for helping make Dig Imperial Beach possible. Without them there would be no Dig Imperial Beach. 

If you have news no matter how big or small, please email to: We will give you credit for submission if we use your information or photos!


 Note: If you would like to make sure you don't miss stories like this or any other news about the community of Imperial Beach and South County, please be sure to sign up for our newsletter. Please note that every subscriber of our newsletter receives a Community Calendar of Events at the 1st of every month. Click here to: Subscribe

Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach 




Like what you're reading? Subscribe to Dig Imperial Beach's free newsletter to catch every headline