The Belmont Shore Residents Association was established in 1927 as the Belmont Shore Improvement Association. The BSRA is a non-profit, volunteer organization, dedicated to maintaining and improving the Belmont Shore residential community through communication and unified action. The BSRA works diligently to foster a sense of neighborhood collaboration and goodwill and is the only Belmont Shore association dedicated strictly to promoting the residents' interests. Throughout the years, many of our residents and city officials have freely given their time and effort to make Belmont Shore a place of value and pride. Please keep in mind, we are always looking for residents' input and feedback, new members, and offers to volunteer.
Your association at work for you...
- supported the emergency ordinance strengthening the Long Beach anti-fireworks law
- worked with neighborhood volunteers to halt a 2-story parking structure on 2nd Street, found to be undesirable by many Shore residents and businesses
- assisted with the successful effort to save the residence at 205 La Verne from becoming a parking lot
- conducted overview of LBPD Crime Incident Mapping application for residents
- support conditions to prevent problems with liquor licenses
- promoted free bus fare for Second Street employees in order to assist with our parking-impacted community
- supported a revised parking study for Belmont Shore
- support historic home preservation and prevention of "mansionization"
- promote Los Cerritos Wetlands restoration and preservation
- support regional zoning update (SEADIP) to limit traffic increases
- deliver a monthly Crime Report with LBPD East Division Officer at every meeting
- provide a forum for resident input and community participation
- provide oversight of development issues
- deliver timely and relevant speakers and topics
- prepare and deliver monthly e-newsletter
- provide increased community awareness of issues