About Del Mar

Part of San Diego County, Del Mar is a coastal city of 4,161 people, marking a 5% decrease in population between 2000 and the most recent Census. Del Mar is a high income California city with an average household income of $97,029.00 and an average home price of $699,900.00. The sub-tropical city, ZIP code 92014, is 1.8 square miles.

Del Mar is a popular place of residence for athletes including football players Drew Brees, Nate Kaeding, Carson Palmer, Aaron Rodgers and San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner. Other athletes who call Del Mar home are Olympian Rachael Flatt, skateboarder Tony Hawk and the now deceased jockey Willie Shoemaker, who lived near the city's well known Del Mar Racetrack.

Del Mar Shopping

Del Mar Plaza, along the Pacific Coast, is an outdoor plaza style shopping center comprised of retail establishments including national chains and local stores, restaurants, salons and spas.

The city is also home to independent clothing, jewelry and interior design boutiques.

Utility Companies Serving Del Mar

San Diego Gas & Electric

City of Del Mar- Finance Department (Sewer and Water)

North County/Coast Waste Management

20/20 Recycling Center


Time Warner Cable

Del Mar Business Climate

Del Mar is a primarily residential city; the city’s top employers include the Del Mar Fairgrounds and Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, restaurants and real estate offices.

Del Mar Government

Incorporated as a city in 1959, Del Mar is governed by a mayor and an elected five member City Council that includes a mayor and deputy mayor. The Council appoints a City Manager and City Attorney.

Del Mar is in the 39th Senate District in the California State Legislature and the 74th Assembly District