Brommer Street runs east-west between the north area of the Santa Cruz Harbor in Santa Cruz to 41st Avenue in Capitola. The street was named for a landowner in the area. The name has appeared on maps as early as 1889.
Brommer Street starts in the parking area of the north harbor. The parking in this area is restricted for slip renters and only the metered parking is for visitors or guests. Be warned that the parking is enforced 24 hours a day! The meters take quarters and the rates are set by the harbor and not the county. It is a typical boat harbor. Boats, restrooms and a soft drink machine. The tourist views are at the southern part of the harbor.
There are no bike lanes along Brommer Street from the harbor to 7th Avenue. From 7th Avenue to the end (41st Avenue) there are bike lines. There is a hill getting from the harbor to 7th Avenue and a gully near 38th Avenue. Otherwise Brommer Street is level.
Routes 53 and 69 travel on Brommer Street. Other routes cross Brommer Street at 17th Avenue, 38th Avenue and 41st Avenue.
The enterence to the the north part of the harbor is where Brommer Street crosses 7th Avenue. (Address is about the 700 block of Brommer Street at the 1000 block of 7th Avenue.)
two intersections have signal lights. (17th Avenue and 41st Avenue.)