The Bicycle Advisory Committee works with the City Council and staff on all bicycle-related matters in the City of Coronado.
The role of the Civil Service Commission is to interpret and administer Civil Service Rules and regulations concerning the employment, promotion, and discipline of city employees.
The Coronado Financing Authority is a joint powers authority that was created in 1990 to assist in financing and refinancing public capital improvements
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission provides recommendations and actions to "foster the development and enjoyment of performing, visual, cultural, and other arts.
The Design Review Commission is appointed by the City Council to foster and encourage good design, harmonious colors and materials, good proportional relationships and generous landscaping, and to protect the health, safety, comfort and general welfare of the citizens of Coronado by providing for a design review process.
Advises the Director of Golf Services on matters concerning the golf course, golfers, and clubhouse.
Preserving, maintaining and enhancing Coronado's unique architectural history are the goals of the Historic Preservation Program.
The Coronado Public Library Board of Trustees handles oversight of the Coronado Public Library.
The Naval Complexes Coordinating Group meetings provide an opportunity for City and Navy leaders to discuss issues of mutual interest in a public forum. The public is encouraged to attend and provided the opportunity to participate.
The Oversight Board oversees the dissolution of the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado and the distribution of property taxes.
The Parks and Recreation Commission acts as a liaison between the Coronado community and the Director of Recreation Services.
The Planning Commission is appointed by the City Council to review and take action on planning applications such as use permits, coastal development permits, variances, and subdivision maps; and to implement the adopted General Plan of the City to serve and protect the public health, welfare and general safety of the citizens of Coronado.
The Coronado Street Tree Committee serves as an advisory committee to the City Council and to City Staff working to maintain, improve, renew and protect the urban forest.
The CTID's mission is to effectively promote Coronado as a year-round destination to groups and visitors from across the bridge and across the country, while contributing to the vitality of the community.
The Traffic Operations Committee considers requests for traffic control devices, regulatory signs, speed limits, parking restrictions, traffic circulation changes, and street modifications
The Transportation Commission works with City staff and interested citizens to explore potential short-term and long-term methods to reduce the impact of traffic congestion, investigates methods to calm and slow traffic, promotes convenient and cost-effective mass transportation, and seeks ways to decrease traffic volume through a variety of techniques.