City Manager's Weekly Updates

Gas Powered Leaf Blower flier
Weekly Update Aug. 7, 2020
08/07/2020
As part of its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the City has banned all gas-powered leaf blowers effective Jan. 1, 2021. Find out about the creation of a Climate Action Plan for Coronado to outline programs to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You also can read about the closure of Grand Caribe Shoreline Park by the Port of San Diego; summer courtesy and the City’s Mask Up! Coronado campaign; how to comment at public meetings; the newly unveiled medals and T-shirts for the Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge; the first businesses to participate in the Orange Avenue Commercial Public Restroom program; and Crista, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Mask Up! Coronado sign
Weekly Update July 31, 2020
07/31/2020
The City is asking businesses to post fliers asking residents and visitors to Mask Up! Coronado. Find out more about Coronado’s ongoing campaign stressing the importance of wearing masks in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You also can read about the City soliciting for a new Tennis Center pro shop concessionaire; a meeting by the EPA on projects to solve the cross-border pollution; the first business to participate in the Orange Avenue Commercial Public Restroom program; the latest on the Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge; the next Dine Out! Coronado event this weekend; and Stella, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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City Council meeting
Weekly Update July 24, 2020
07/24/2020
The City Council allocated funds to 16 local nonprofit organizations this week. Find out how the funds were distributed in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about a big change to parking rules in the commercial district; the outdoor picnic venue Part 2; a unique and successful COVID-19 education and monitoring program; masks with the City’s logo now available for sale; outdoor fitness classes on public property; Library programs during the pandemic; and Banjo, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update July 17, 2020
07/17/2020
Coronado residents can enjoy a picnic this weekend at a new outdoor venue sponsored by the City to help struggling restaurants. Find out how to make a reservation and support local businesses in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about a special meeting where the Council gave the go-ahead for Coronado gyms to offer classes on certain public properties; a relinquishment update; carpeting and other upgrades at the Library; a Coronado Virtual 130 Challenge Update; help for seniors during the pandemic; and Cookie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update July 10, 2020
07/10/2020
With a prohibition on indoor dining, the City is offering restaurants options to continue serving patrons. With a prohibition on indoor dining, the City is offering restaurants options to continue serving patrons. Find out about rules relaxed in May for temporary outdoor seating in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update.You can also read about how many people and teams are forming to take on the Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge, a fitness trifecta sponsored by the City; new Library book-drop containers; a recent accident involving a vehicle and multiple cyclists; a brief Fourth of July update; a public art walking tour promotion; and Wyatt, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Decorated House
Weekly Update July 3, 2020
07/02/2020
The three-day Fourth of July holiday weekend is here. Find out what City facilities are open and read a list of Fourth of July frequently asked questions in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge fitness trifecta; a face mask giveaway; patriotic banners along Orange Avenue; a video appeal of a housing number assigned to Coronado by SANDAG; a public art walking tour promotion; a restaurant curfew; a public restroom partnership program; and Violet, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Face Masks being worn on Orange
Weekly Update June 26, 2020
06/26/2020
The City is planning a Fourth of July mask giveaway. Find out what is planned in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge, to get the community active on the 130th anniversary of incorporation; how the police will begin enforcing the 72-hour parking restrictions, a recent virtual scoping meeting on a plan for suicide deterrents on the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; the Budget Brief for the Fiscal Year 2021; and Periwinkle, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update June 19, 2020
06/19/2020
The City will soon manage and maintain state Routes 75 and 282. Find out what that means for the community in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about an upcoming virtual scoping meeting on a plan for suicide deterrents on the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; a Council-approved increase in the business loan program to $20,000; a new commercial public restroom partnership program; and Vader, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update June 12, 2020
06/12/2020
Parking restrictions due to the pandemic have been fully lifted in Coronado. Find out what other restrictions have been lifted and what is reopening, including youth camps, the 50-meter pool and the fitness center, in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of Silver Strand State Beach and the North Beach Dog Wash Station; what remains closed; planning for the Fourth of July holiday; the Hotel del Coronado improvements to Avenida del Sol; the Library’s Summer Reading Program; and Dusty, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update June 5, 2020
06/05/2020
Dog Beach and Sunset Park have reopened. Find out what else is open and what is still closed in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about who closes the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and why; the City’s monitoring of the public’s safety in light of recent protests and its support of free speech; work to begin soon at Avenida del Sol on the new main entrance to the Hotel del Coronado; a rotation of fire trucks; the next Osher lecture; upcoming blood drives; and Violet, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update May 29. 2020
05/29/2020
Starting next week, people can sit or lay out on the sand. Find out when and what is still restricted at the beach in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of the Lawn Bowling Green and the Cays Tennis Courts, as well as salons, barbershops and places of worship; updates at the Golf Course; a shark sighting at North Beach; two arrests in an armed robbery incident; a special virtual Memorial Day Ceremony; and the next free Osher Lecture.
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Weekly Update May 22, 2020
05/22/2020
A special Memorial Day Ceremony will be shown on Coronado TV on Monday, May 25. Find out about the annual event and how its sponsors worked with the City to produce the videotaped program in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of inside dining and shopping at local restaurants and retail stores; how the City will help restaurants by allowing outdoor dining in parking and other area spaces; a number of COVID-19 related City Council decisions such as relaxed parking rules and the reopening of the Tennis Center; the cancellation of the Free Summer Shuttle; a virtual Historic Preservation Symposium; the next free Osher Lecture; and PAWS adoptions by appointments.
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Orange Avenue Businesses
Weekly Update May 15, 2020
05/15/2020
The City Council held a special meeting May 8. Find out how the Council voted on the only topic on the agenda – the reopening of local businesses in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of the Skatepark today and how the Boathouse and Library Curbside Book Pickup reopenings went; how the monitoring of City parks is going; a special video Memorial Day Ceremony to be held this year; and an update on the Lifeline Business Loan Program.
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Weekly Update May 8, 2020
05/08/2020
City parks have reopened for limited use, except for Sunset Park, which remains closed. Find out how City staff will monitor Coronado parks to ensure visitors are complying with the current health order in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of the Boathouse and Library Curbside Book Pickup; a change to the bridge lane configuration; an update on the Lifeline Business Loan Program; Bike Month in Coronado; the reopening of Silver Strand State Beach; resuming the Household Hazardous Waste program; and annual tree trimming around Coronado.
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Golf Course Image
Weekly Update May 1, 2020
05/01/2020
It is no longer safe to be on the Golf Course. Find out about the Golf Course’s reopening to limited play in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s request of beach and bay visitors to follow all posted hours and rules; new rules about face coverings; an update on the City’s Lifeline Business Loan Program; the reopening of the Gloriettta Bay Boat Launch Ramp, work at the Hotel del Coronado and Library; and a Mother’s Day Card Drive.
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Weekly Update April 24, 2020
04/24/2020
Coronado’s Fourth of July celebration and summer concert series have been canceled. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s Lifeline Business Loan Program; joint plans to possibly reopen the beach and bay; plans to develop and implement a cost-neutral independent Coronado-centered community COVID-19 serology testing program; new Coronado TV programming; and the reopening of the Bayshore Bikeway near the Navy’s Coastal Campus.
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Golf Course Sign
Weekly Update April 17, 2020
04/17/2020
The Golf Course is a valuable public asset. Find out how you can help protect it from damage by dogs and bikes in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about how to comment on public meetings during the COVID-19 emergency; new restaurant pick-up zones; a Coastal Campus Sewer Main project update; new event cancellations; banners along Orange Avenue; school district meal bag goodies; and Penelope’s mask.
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Stay Home Banner Small
Weekly Update April 10, 2020
04/10/2020
Banners will soon be hung on the Orange Avenue medians. Find out how the banners will support businesses and encourage residents to stay at home during this health emergency in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about the County’s amended health order, new protocols for businesses open to the public; localized flooding from a storm; City Hall work hours; new Call Center hours; virtual meetings next week; and some construction updates.
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Sunset Park Closure Sign
Weekly Update April 3, 2020
04/03/2020
The City has closed its beach on weekends. Find out what else is closed and what remains open in the latest edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update. You can also read about all the ways you can stay connected during this pandemic, including a daily newsletter, social media and online; certain meetings will resume this month; what the City is doing about a disruption of a live council meeting online; staying mentally well during these trying times; and face shields the Library is printing for Sharp Hospital.
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Weekly Update March 27, 2020
03/27/2020
Check out this special edition of the City Manager's Weekly Update hosted by Blair King to see what the City is doing to help control the spread of coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19. The City has started a newsletter – the COVID-19 Update – to keep residents up to date on the latest news on the emergency and to outline the steps the City is taking to keep the community safe. You can also read about the status of the beach; all that the Library is offering “virtually,” volunteer opportunities with programs such as Neighbor-to-Neighbor, and don't forget the City created a phone number for residents to call if you have any coronavirus concerns or questions. The Call Center number is (619) 522-6380.
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Weekly Update March 13, 2020
03/13/2020
The City has a new Coronavirus Information page. Find out more about the page and the City’s monitoring of the situation in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the construction fencing around the SR-75 medians landscaping project, the resolution of communication problems at traffic signals along the Silver Strand that caused back-ups last week; more rain and how you can be prepared; turf treatments at Sunset Park, the ongoing successful relationship between the City and PAWS of Coronado; and Nala and Nikita, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Weekly Update March 6, 2020
03/06/2020
Coronado is attending a public hearing later this month to appeal its proposed allocation outlined in SANDAG’s Regional Housing Needs Assessment. Find out more in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the communication problems at traffic signals along the Silver Strand that caused back-ups this week; another Cal-Am water main break along the Bayshore Bikeway; a project to renovate the Cays block wall south of the entrance; a new catalog system at the Coronado Public Library; and Lightning, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update Feb. 28, 2020
02/28/2020
Coronado will begin offering a free motorcycle training class. Find out more about the program in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the annual Arbor Day tree planting on Saturday, Feb. 29; a new Coronado TV schedule of rebroadcast public meetings; sand entrapment training for Coronado first responders; City buildings featured in a regional architecture open house; and Jessie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Arbor Day Flier
Weekly Update Feb. 21, 2020
02/21/2020
Would you like to help the City plant a tree for Arbor Day? Find out where, when and what to wear in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the City Council’s mid-year budget adjustments; the kick-off to the 2020 Coronado Community Read; organic waste recycling changes ahead; the Library as ballot drop-off site; a new Spreckels Gallery exhibition; and the completion of a sand placement project along the Silver Strand. Each week, the City Manager's Office provides an update that includes information on programs, services and issues within the City, as well as news, project updates and follow-up information when necessary.
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ALUCP Copy at City Hall
Weekly Update Feb. 14, 2020
02/14/2020
The deadline to comment on an Airport Authority plan outlining land use policy in Coronado is next week. Find out what the plan is about, who is affected and how to comment in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about new brighter LED lighting recently installed on Orange Avenue and why; a Navy air operations meeting held this week at the Library; how the City is preparing for the coronavirus; the Presidents’ Day Holiday schedule; and Cash and June, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Air Operations Meeting
Weekly Update Feb. 7, 2020
02/07/2020
Navy Base Coronado’s commanding officer will hold a public meeting at the Library next week. Find out more about the air operations presentation in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a water main break this week that temporarily closed the Bayshore Bikeway along Silver Strand State Highway; a sand dredging project that will soon bring 65,000 cubic yards of sand to Coronado’s shoreline; programming for the 2020 Coronado Community Read; two gallery exhibition opening this month; the Coronado Valentine’s Day 10K, 5K and 1 Mile run; and Rafaela, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Walking Tour Brochure
Weekly Update Jan. 31, 2020
01/31/2020
City leaders met with government officials in Washington, D.C. this week. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the deadline that has been extended to comment on draft non-City public documents that will impact some property owners; an updated Public Art Walking Tour brochure; another arrest related to the City’s remotely monitored bike; the repaired kayak ramp at the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp that has been reinstalled; and Bernardo, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update Jan. 24, 2020
01/24/2020
Coronado has increased safety measures for pedestrians and drivers in the commercial corridor. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about non-City documents that will impact some property owners; the Library’s new Auto Renewals program; an upcoming Navy air operations public meeting; continued palm tree trimming along Orange Avenue; a Valentine’s Day Luncheon at the Spreckels Center; and Merlot, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update Jan. 17, 2020
01/17/2020
Coronado will begin trimming hundreds of palm trees along Orange Avenue this weekend. Find out where the work will take place and when in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the draft EIR for the North Island Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan and its impacts on property owners; the holiday schedule for Martin Luther King Jr. Day; a new badge this year for the Coronado Police; the SR 75 medians project; a special condensed performance of the San Diego Opera’s “Hansel and Gretel” before it hist the stage; and Tux, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Pavement Markings
Weekly Update Jan. 10, 2020
01/10/2020
Coronado’s annual slurry roadwork is mostly complete. Find out what’s left to do in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the results of a sample taken from a strange growth at the Lawn Bowling Green; several public workshops held this week and planned for next week; the City’s appeal of its regional housing allocation proposed by SANDAG; SR 75 median plantings; new Lifeguard Tower and Glorietta Bay Park signage; and Tigger, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Ride the Lights Pic
Weekly Update Dec. 20, 2019
12/20/2019
Coronado has some roadwork going on around town. Find out how much longer the slurry seal and the medians work will go on in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about Coronado’s holiday events leading up to Christmas and New Year’s Day; the City’s annual Comprehensive Annual Financial Report; new federal funding for border pollution; the Coastal Campus sewer main work that will require a detour along the Bayshore Bikeway; and June and Cash, this week’s Pets of the Week. The City will take a two-week holiday break and the Weekly Update will resume Jan. 10.
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Ride the Lights snippet
Weekly Update Dec. 13, 2019
12/13/2019
Coronado has more holiday events scheduled this coming week. Find out what’s going on in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about Coronado’s limited playing fields and use; the Coastal Campus sewer main work that will require a detour along the Bayshore Bikeway; a growth at the Lawn Bowling Green; and a shout-out to PAWS of Coronado.
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Snow Mountain Image
Weekly Update Dec. 6, 2019
12/06/2019
Coronado kicks off the holiday season today, Dec. 6. Find out all that’s planned in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about next week’s Ride the Lights event; holiday camps for kindergartners through seventh graders; the state Route 75 Median Project; ongoing road maintenance work; the recent storm wrap-up; and Woolfie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Turkey Coloring Contest
Weekly Update Nov. 22, 2019
11/22/2019
Thanksgiving is next week. Find out about the City’s holiday schedule, upcoming Thanksgiving events and other holiday offerings in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about an upcoming Council report on the City’s 2018-19 fiscal year; work at the Community Center pool and south hallway; upcoming road maintenance; a three-day music event across the bay; and Jessie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update Nov. 15, 2019
11/15/2019
A new phase of construction begins on Monday, Nov. 18, at the Hotel del Coronado. Find out what’s happening and how it may impact traffic in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about how the City and PAWS of Coronado celebrated its 5-year partnership earlier this week; a new Coronado Image Gallery on the City’s website; work that will soon begin on the medians on Orange Avenue between Pomona Avenue and R.H. Dana place; pool upgrades at the Aquatics Center and other work at the Community Center; and July, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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City PAWS Dog Tag
Weekly Update November 8, 2019
11/08/2019
The City invites residents and their four-legged friends to celebrate Coronado’s unique partnership with PAWS of Coronado on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Find out about this special 5-year anniversary and all the fun activities planned at the Animal Care Facility in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about the Veterans Day holiday schedule; the City’s opposition to the wireless industry’s attempts to take away local control; upcoming changes at the Hotel del Coronado and the traffic impacts; recent City Council action on leaf blowers and the Five Points intersection; disaster training at the Emergency Operations Center; and Ryder, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update November 1, 2019
11/01/2019
The City will honor 15 Hometown Heroes on Saturday morning, November 2. Find out more about the next Avenue of Heroes Banner Dedication Ceremony and how you can attend in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about Halloween in Coronado; four Coronado Firefighters returning home after fighting the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County; a new traffic signal near Naval Air Station North Island; swim alternatives due to the Aquatics Center closure; the Coronado Island Film Festival; and Rya this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update October 25, 2019
10/25/2019
The City is holding special “Retreat from the Heat” and Halloween events this week and next. Find out what students dismissed from school due to the heat enjoyed and how you can participate in more Halloween events in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about three recent awards the city earned this past month; the Coronado Cays Park Master Plan public workshops and how you can still comment on a possible plan; a remotely monitored bike arrest; the new traffic signal and Fourth and Alameda; and Piper, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Vons Exterior Proposed
Weekly Update October 18, 2019
10/18/2019
The City Council approved exterior designs this week for the Vons proposed expansion. Find out other actions the Council took on Tuesday, October 15, in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about public meetings to gather community input on possible improvements at Coronado Cays Park; a settlement agreement on a short-term rental lawsuit; upcoming Halloween activities; pool closure; and Bubbles, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Cays Park Master Plan workshop flier
Weekly Update October 11, 2019
10/11/2019
The City will hold the first of two public workshops on the Coronado Cays Park Master Plan. Find out when and where the meetings will be held and how you can participate in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a proposed ban on gas-powered leaf blowers in Coronado; the new City Clerk; a new traffic signal that is nearly ready to be activated at Alameda Boulevard and Fourth Street; the Columbus Day holiday schedule; and Ralphie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Cabrillo Ferry Boat at dawn
Weekly Update October 4, 2019
10/04/2019
The City held two celebration events this past week. Find out more about the sixth new free commuter ferry round trip kick-off and the Cays’ 50th birthday bash in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about new aquatic pool rates; a fire safety rating that may be great news for residents; Sunday’s Public Safety Open House; two upcoming Coronado Cays Park Master Plan workshops; annual palm pruning; and Cheyenne, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Cays Image by Daron Case
Weekly Update September 27, 2019
09/28/2019
The City will celebrate the 50th birthday of the Coronado Cays. Find out when and where and what is planned in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about another celebration, this one surrounding the start of a sixth new commuter round trip aboard Flagship ferry boats; the ribbon-cutting event for the opening of affordable housing units recently rehabilitated; legal action taken against a short-term rental violator; the latest edition of Coronado Currents, the City’s 6-page, full-color newsletter; and Tito, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Affordable Housing celebration
Weekly Update September 20, 2019
09/20/2019
The City is holding an affordable housing ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, September 24. Find out about the rehabilitation of 35 affordable housing units in town in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a planned celebration of the Cays’ 50th anniversary; an upcoming celebration of a sixth new commuter round trip aboard Flagship ferry boats; the latest City Council action on Vons’ proposed expansion and the proposed prohibition of gas-powered leaf blowers in town; the Spreckels Center Music Series inaugural concert; and Mari and Lily, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Penelope at Tidelands Park
Weekly Update September 13, 2019
09/13/2019
The City and Port welcomed new public art this week at Tidelands Park. Find out about “Penelope” and where it was installed in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a workshop this week held to discuss what is historic; a 9/11 ceremony; the next Armchair Travel program; the final days of the “All Things Seuss” exhibit; a “Voice of the People” award; weed trimming along the Bayshore Bikeway; and Tucker, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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ADA Swing at Spreckels Park
Weekly Update September 6, 2019
09/06/2019
The City has replaced the ADA-accessible swing at Spreckels Park. Find out why and learn more about the City’s plans to keep a second one in stock in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a recent Climate Action workshop, an upcoming workshop related to the Historic Preservation Program; the deadline to vote for the 2020 Coronado Community Read; a planned ribbon-cutting event for the completion of an affordable housing rehabilitation project; and Wanda, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update August 30, 2019
08/30/2019
The City will observe the Labor Day holiday this weekend. Find out about City facility closures and the end of the Free Summer Shuttle at the end of the three-day weekend in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a recent meeting with federal officials regarding the latest efforts to find solutions to the cross-border sewage issue; upcoming street repairs; two public workshops – one on a Climate Action Plan and one related to the Historic Preservation Program; voting for the Top 5 finalists for the 2020 Coronado Community Read; and Jack, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update August 23, 2019
08/23/2019
The City Council awarded $1 million to community organizations this week. Find out who received funding and more about the process in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a family friendly celebration planned for September 28 to celebrate the Cays 50th anniversary; students heading back to school this week; a tree removal; a Climate Action Plan workshop and a “Historic Context Statement and Survey” both planned for next month; a planned celebration of the completion of rehabilitated affordable housing; the City’s new ladder truck; and Pepper, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update August 16, 2019
08/16/2019
Do you enjoy podcasts? Find out more about the City’s new podcast of the Weekly Update video in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about students going back to school next week; the first of two Climate Action Plan workshops next month; a workshop on creating a “Historic Context Statement and Survey” next month; a celebration of the completion of rehabilitated affordable housing; a planned tree removal; and Garfield, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Bridge 50th image Phil Fitzgerald
Weekly Update August 9, 2019
08/09/2019
The City hosted a big 50th celebration to mark the opening of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge last weekend at the Golf Course. Find out more about the free community concert in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about planning for the Cays 50th anniversary; how to form a benefit assessment district with your neighbors to get matching funds to underground utilities; Spreckels Park Playground improvements; work on the new traffic signal and Fourth and Alameda; new ballistic gear for City firefighters; and Corey, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Mary Clifford City Clerk
Weekly Update July 19, 2019
07/19/2019
The City Clerk has announced her retirement. Find out more about Mary Clifford in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about new work hours at the construction site of a new signal at Alameda Boulevard and Fourth Street; a comment letter on the Port’s Master Plan Update; the 2019-20 Budget Brief; a planned August 3 community concert to celebrate the 50th anniversary of opening of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; and Rocky and Bullwinkle, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Fourth of July Prep
Weekly Update July 12, 2019
07/12/2019
The Fourth of July was a success. Find out about how the City prepares for and manages the big celebration in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a recent visiting dignitary; the FY 2019-20 Budget Brief; a planned August 3 celebration of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; a new City-owned art gallery at the Spreckels Center; a visit by the U.S. Quidditch team; and Blossom, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update July 3, 2019
07/03/2019
The Fourth of July is big in Coronado. Find out about all that’s going on in town in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read a list of frequently asked questions, including when the center medians open for parade watchers, what roads are closed, how to catch the bus or Free Summer Shuttle, and what time the fireworks start.
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Weekly Update June 28, 2019
06/28/2019
Fourth of July festivities in Coronado are less than a week away. Find out all you need to know to be ready for a busy, safe and fun-filled day in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about an upcoming meeting in Coronado on the Port Master Plan Update; work on a new traffic signal at Alameda Boulevard and Fourth Street; the August 3 celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; Inflatable Thursdays at the Aquatics Center; and Livvie and Olive, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Feast and Fareway Opening
Weekly Update June 21, 2019
06/21/2019
Feast and Fareway has opened at the Coronado Golf Course Clubhouse. Find out more about the City’s new concessionaire in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a new traffic signal that will be installed near the Hotel del Coronado as part of work to move the front entrance to Avenida del Sol; Fourth of July festivities and frequently asked questions; the recently completed Orange and Second Parklet project; the Low Tide Ride and Stride on Saturday, June 22; and Lola, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Cross Border Water Page
Weekly Update June 14, 2019
06/14/2019
The City has a new web page that outlines its efforts to get federal agencies to address cross-border contamination. Find out more about the page in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how to steer clear of stingrays when entering the ocean; a recent $5 million state appropriation for bridge suicide prevention measures; the kick-off of a new flag disposal service as well as plans for a summer of fun at the Library; Caltrans roadway work set for early next week; and the Galaxy kittens, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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EPA Meeting in Coronado
Weekly Update June 7, 2019
06/07/2019
The EPA and other federal agencies met in Coronado this week to discuss cross-border contamination. Find out how the meeting went in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the recently adopted Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget and a short Budget Video the City put together; a stewardship plan for the City’s Boathouse property, now home of Bluewater Grill; “Penelope,” the newest piece of art to be installed on Port of San Diego property in Coronado; and Hela, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update May 31, 2019
05/31/2019
Do you ride the ferry from Coronado to San Diego? Find out how to take part in an informal ferry survey in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Caltrans work on state Routes 75 and 282 that delayed traffic and inconvenienced residents; a federal stakeholder meeting with EPA and other federal and local officials next week in Coronado; the upcoming launch of a new retired flag collection box at the Library; the removal of illegally posted signs in the City’s rights of way; and great news about Lola, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Free Summer Shuttle Kick-off
Weekly Update May 24, 2019
05/24/2019
Free Summer Shuttle service has begun. Find out about the kick-off ceremony and special service for the Fourth of July and for the Cays in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about closures for the Memorial Day holiday; a special Memorial Day service at Star Park Circle; the recent Hometown Banner Program event; upcoming summer concerts; a new traffic signal at Alameda Boulevard and Fourth Street; and Nora, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Bike to Work Day pit stop
Weekly Update May 17, 2019
05/17/2019
May is Bike Month. Find out how Bike to Work Day went and learn about the film featured in the Coronado Bikes to the Movies event tonight, Friday, May 17, in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about construction at the Cays Boulevard exit off state Route 75; the Hometown Banner Dedication Ceremony on Saturday, May 18; the installation of all the beach accessibility mats around Coronado; a planned kick-off for the Free Summer Shuttle program; and an update on Ranger, a recent Pet of the Week who was adopted.
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Beach Accessibility Mats at the beach end
Weekly Update May 10, 2019
05/10/2019
The community got a chance to see the City’s new beach accessibility mats at Central Beach. Find out who will benefit from them and where else they are going in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a planned kick-off for the Free Summer Shuttles; a special meeting Tuesday, May 14, to hold a budget workshop; the latest issue of the City’s 6-page, full color “Currents” newsletter; training for the City’s new ladder truck; and O’Malley, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Beach Mats Ribbon-cutting Ceremony Location
Weekly Update May 3, 2019
05/03/2019
The City will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 9 for new beach mats. Find out about the new accessible mats that will be going in at North Beach, Central Beach, Dog Beach and Glorietta Bay Park beach in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a lighting study held this week on some columns under the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; the recently announced retirement of Assistant City Manager Tom Ritter, Bike Month activities; public art pianos back for the third year; and Peaches, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update April 26, 2019
04/26/2019
The City and Navy are celebrating military spouses with a base tour and free lunch. Find out how to be part of this May 10 special event in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the undergrounding open house forums held in April; activities set for National Bike Month in May; gym roof repairs; Free Summer Shuttle interior ad space; MotorCars on MainStreet this weekend; and Mama Nora’s kittens, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Weekly Update April 19, 2019
04/19/2019
The City will host its annual Easter Bunny breakfast and egg hunt events. Find out how to register for breakfast and attend the free egg hunts in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the second open house forum set for next week on undergrounding the City’s overhead utilities; an update on a plan to prevent land-use conflicts around airports; a sailboat that came ashore this week; a U.S. flag retirement proposal from San Diego County officials; and Kandi, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update April 12, 2019
04/12/2019
Spring is here. Find out about the 2019 Coronado Flower Show and related Friends of the Library Book Sale as well as Easter Bunny and Egg Hunt events in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about two public meetings held this week to get citizen input on potential off-leash dog parks, if the community so desires; a second planned workshop to get community input on the Utility Undergrounding Master Plan; an award-winning tsunami PSA by local high school students; the Spreckels Center annual Open House; and Samantha, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update April 5, 2019
04/05/2019
The City held an open-house forum this week on the City’s Utility Undergrounding Master Plan. Find out what the meeting was all about and when the next forum will be held in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the new Library Director’s start date; notifications some residents have received about wireless telecommunication company facilities; new Recreation software for class registration; sidewalk maintenance and replacement; construction on the Second and Orange Parklets; and Ava, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Coronado Public Library
Weekly Update March 22, 2019
03/22/2019
The City has a new Library Director. Find out all about Shaun Briley in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of the Recreation Pool; Orange Avenue palm-pruning the next two Saturdays; the City and Navy honoring local Vietnam Veterans; recent Caltrans road repairs; active shooter training next week; and Momma and Baby Boots, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Beach Accessibility Mats
Weekly Update March 15, 2019
03/15/2019
Beach accessibility mats should be in place by the end of next month. Find out more about these inclusive mats and where they will be going in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Fire Department’s efforts to get residents signed up for an emergency notification system; a pool heater malfunction that closed the Recreation Pool; pothole complaints; the City and Navy honoring local Vietnam Veterans; upcoming Junior Lifeguards and Surf Awareness classes as well as Lifeguard Training Camps; and Ranger, this week’s two-time Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update March 8, 2019
03/08/2019
There are two recent additions to the Community Center. Find out all about the new “Community Matters” bulletin board and a new art installation in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a Council policy for retail establishments; the City and Navy honoring Vietnam veterans later this month; new flooring at the Spreckels Center that will temporarily close the facility March 16-22; a second scam prevention meeting hosted by the Police Department; and Samantha, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Dr. Seuss Flier
Weekly Update March 1, 2019
03/01/2019
The “All Things Seuss: Exhibit 1 and Exhibit 2” opens this month. Find out all about the twin exhibits and the work that will be displayed and where in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the activation of a new traffic signal at the Navy’s Coastal Campus next week; new flooring at the Spreckels Center that will temporarily close the facility; shade structures proposed for Spreckels Park; the completion of the Art Outside the Box project to dress up Caltrans signal boxes; a new sign at Spreckels Park; and Ranger, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Community Read
Weekly Update February 22, 2019
02/22/2019
The 2019 Coronado Community Read begins Saturday, February 23, with a Hometown Jamboree. Find out what else is in store during the five weeks of events and activities related to “The Practice House” in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Arbor Day activities at the “Plant a Tree in Coronado” event on Saturday, February 23; a scam prevention meeting hosted by Coronado Police set for March 14 and a Scam Prevention Public Service Announcement; the “All Things Seuss: Exhibit 1 and 2 set for March 1 through May 20; and Momma Boots, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Tree Damage
Weekly Update February 15, 2019
02/15/2019
The City fared pretty well following this week’s big storm. Find out about the impacts that were felt in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a joint effort to arrest someone in an identity theft case and two upcoming scam prevention meetings planned by Coronado Police; Monday’s Presidents’ Day holiday schedule; efforts to fill a 12-by-13-foot void under Eighth Street and Coronado Avenue; the 2019 Coronado Community Read events about to start; and Ginger, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Affordable Housing celebration
Weekly Update February 8, 2019
02/08/2019
The City celebrated the start of work to rehabilitate 35 City-owned affordable housing units. Find out about the construction in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about City efforts to patch potholes following recent storms; recent authorization by the City Council to further investigate taking over management and ownership of state Routes 75 and 282; the City’s Employee of the Year; a Navy air operations meeting presentation now online; and Skeeter, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update February 1, 2019
02/01/2019
The City is planning a celebration of the start of work to rehabilitate City-owned affordable housing units. Find out about the commemoration in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a public meeting held this week to hear about the Navy’s air operations and community concerns; an update on the search for a new Library director; the Coronado Community Read program for 2019; new trees being planted along Orange Avenue; and Junior, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Navy Air Ops Meeting
Weekly Update January 25, 2019
01/25/2019
The City and Navy invite the community to a meeting on air operations. Find out more about the January 31 gathering in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a planned celebration of the start of work to rehabilitate the City’s affordable housing properties; Caltrans’ plans to add spikes to the bridge and upgrade the Toll Plaza landscaping; a precautionary beach closure lifted earlier this week; the January 31 deadline to get your business certificate without paying the penalty; a Central Beach Restroom closure next week, and Monica, this week's Pet of the Week.
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El Cordova Fire
Weekly Update January 18, 2019
01/18/2019
A fire at the El Cordova Hotel caused significant damage. Find out more about the two-alarm fire in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the fast-approaching deadline to get your business certificate without paying the penalty; upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. holiday closures; renderings for the new Golf Course Clubhouse; more Police Department arrests and stolen items recovered that might be yours; and Nicholas, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Business Certificate Flier
Weekly Update January 11, 2019
01/11/2019
Don’t pay the penalty! Find out how to get your $29 Business Certificate fee in to the City to avoid a $50 penalty in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the special joint City Council-Cultural Arts Commission meeting held earlier this week; renovations underway at the Golf Course Clubhouse; a broadcast equipment upgrades at City Hall; work on the Transbay Pump Station; and Efy and Rusty, this week's Pets of the Week.
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Ribbon Cutting Skatepark
Weekly Update December 21, 2018
12/21/2018
Coronado celebrated the reopening of the Skatepark this week. Find out what new amenities were built to accommodate scooters in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City Council reorganization; a preliminary storm assessment issued following the powerful Dec. 6 storm; the deadline for the new Business Certificate program that takes the place of the former business tax; the interim Library director; and Becky, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Car submerged
Weekly Update December 14, 2018
12/14/2018
Coronado is still working on clean-up and repairs from last week’s high-intensity storm. Find out what was affected, closed and being repaired in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about upcoming holiday events; a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the recently upgraded Coronado Skatepark set for December 19; four high-risk trees that will be removed next week; the City’s newest Fire truck; and Brady, this week's Pet of the Week.
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CoraMart Art
Weekly Update December 7, 2018
12/07/2018
Have you seen the Cora-Mart building lately? Find out how a temporary public art project has freshened up the faded entryway in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the storm damage and clean up from this week’s powerful storm; holiday festivities that begin today, Friday, December 7, in Coronado; Parking Meter Holiday; the upcoming Ride the Lights event; boats washing ashore due to recent storms; and Kobe, this week's Pet of the Week who was adopted.
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Sugar Gum Removals
Weekly Update November 30, 2018
11/30/2018
The City will remove several risky trees at Spreckels Park. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about storm preparation and monitoring; overnight Orange Avenue restriping this Sunday, December 2; the results of this week’s enhanced traffic enforcement; the upcoming Ride the Lights event; upcoming City Council agenda items of interest to the community; and Nala, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Silver Strand Celebration
Weekly Update November 16, 2018
11/16/2018
The City celebrated the completion of a fence project that was decades in the making. Find out about the Silver Strand Fence Project in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read an update on Coronado Engine 36 which is at the Hill Fire; the Thanksgiving Holiday schedule; a dangerous tree removal; another arrest in the City’s remotely monitored bicycle; and Milo, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Turkey Coloring Contest Winners
Weekly Update November 9, 2018
11/09/2018
Awards were handed out for the City’s annual Turkey Coloring Contest. Find out who was honored at the Nov. 6 City Council meeting and see cute images of the event in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the recent Avenue of Heroes Ceremony; a dangerous tree slated for removal; overnight Orange Avenue repair work set for next week; Skatepark scooter upgrades next week; a planned Council Chamber audio/visual upgrade; and Bodie, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Downtown Goes Ghostly
Weekly Update November 2, 2018
11/02/2018
Halloween is a special holiday in Coronado. Find out how the festivities went in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the November 3 Avenue of Heroes Ceremony; a Fire Department badge-pinning ceremony; a Police Department detective recently honored; the City’s Out & About volunteer drivers being recognized; a Call to Local Artists; the Library accepting mail ballots November 6; and Phoebe, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Orange Avenue Work
Weekly Update October 26, 2018
10/26/2018
Work to repair some problem patches of Orange Avenue will soon begin. Find out where the work will be done and how long it will take in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Police Department’s Prescription Drug Take-back Day; the Library accepting mail ballots for the November 6 election; weeding work along the Bayshore Bikeway early next month; Veterans Day events and holiday schedule; and Felix, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Silver Strand Fencing project
Weekly Update October 19, 2018
10/19/2018
The Silver Strand Fencing project will do a lot to spruce up the southern stretch of state Route 75. Find out when the project will wrap up in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the start date of the City’s new Police Chief Charles “Chuck” Kaye; the delay of a Caltrans’ project to make Orange Avenue road repairs; the unique public-private partnership with PAWS of Coronado; and Mako, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Open House
Weekly Update October 12, 2018
10/12/2018
The City’s annual Public Safety Open House was held October 7. Find out what the event is about in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about connectivity issues with the interactive traffic signals near Naval Amphibious Base Coronado and City Hall; the City’s IT division being honored; an investigation by Coronado detectives that led to a fraud conviction; odors due to a storm drain project in the Country Club area; and Rusty, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Chuck Kaye
Weekly Update October 5, 2018
10/05/2018
The City Manager has named Coronado’s new police chief. Find out about Charles “Chuck” Kaye in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a public tree that was destroyed with an ax; Sunday’s Public Safety Open House; why officers and firefighters are wearing pink badges; the upcoming Columbus Day holiday schedule; tap water issues; beach accessibility mats; and Dexter, this week's Pet of the Week.
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The Practice House
Weekly Update September 28, 2018
09/28/2018
The book selected for the Coronado Community Read 2019 has been announced. Find out what book was chosen and what’s planned in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s participation in 92118 Day; overnight work to rehabilitate sections of Orange Avenue; the Silver Strand Fencing Project Phase II; more bollards going in around the City; and Otis, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Tree Down
Weekly Update September 21, 2018
09/21/2018
A large pine tree fell without warning at Spreckels Park this week. Find out what we know about the tree and what is planned in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s participation in a program for senior military members; more details on 92118 Day; upcoming work on Orange Avenue and at the Hotel del Coronado; the City’s use of the county’s Alert San Diego emergency-notification system; and Sunny, this week's Pet of the Week.
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9/11 Remembrance
Weekly Update September 14, 2018
09/14/2018
Coronado Fire and Police personnel marked the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Find out about two events held to honor the emergency responders and others who lost their lives that day in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about efforts to expand the use of Alert San Diego for community or regional disasters; an upcoming update on efforts to convert all gas-powered landscaping tools to electric; an update on a new Ladder Truck; traffic impacts along the Silver Strand for the Superfrog triathlon; new pool speakers; and Patty, this week's Pets of the Week. Each week, the City Manager's Office provides an update that includes information on programs, services and issues within the City, as well as news, project updates and follow-up information when necessary. Weekly Update link: http://bit.ly/2QqsTER Weekly Update video link:
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Overhead Lines
Weekly Update September 7, 2018
09/07/2018
The City Council has begun working on plans to bury overhead utilities throughout Coronado. Find out what’s next for the completion of the Coronado Utility Undergrounding Master Plan in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about 92118 Day, a major special event that will impact residents and close some roadways; why there is fencing up along the Hotel del Coronado; construction and restaurant service at the Golf Course; the deadline to vote for the 2019 Coronado Community Read; and Kurt and Jimmy, this week's Pets of the Week.
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Sunset Park Vandalism
Weekly Update August 31, 2018
08/31/2018
There were two recent acts of vandalism to City property this week. Find out what happened and how citizens can help if they see something in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s Labor Day schedule; refinancing of the former redevelopment agency’s bonds and loans; end of the Free Summer Shuttle season; and Brutus, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update August 24, 2018
08/24/2018
Bridge lanes will be reconfigured on the weekends. Find out why and how it should improve your commute in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Coronado Police welcoming students back to school; a North Beach water advisory lifted after one day; the Bike the Bay event on Sunday; the Golf Course concessionaire; Hotel del Coronado construction; Silver Strand fence improvements; and Roxy, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Back to School
Weekly Update August 17 , 2018
08/17/2018
Kids are going back to school next week. Find out what you can do to help our students get safely to school in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about new smoke-free signs going up along Orange Avenue; a sales tax update report; water damage repairs at the Golf Course Clubhouse; new Aquatics Center speakers; and Merlin, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Beach High Surf
Weekly Update August 10, 2018
08/10/2018
The City is expecting more hot temperatures and high surf. Find out how to stay cool and remain safe in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about voting for the next Coronado Community Read; vandalism again at the Spreckels Park restroom; the City Council's upcoming consideration of a major undergrounding master plan; the City’s Employee of the Quarter; Harry Potter Day at the Library; a change to the Orange Avenue Banner program; and Mombo, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Active Shooter Training
Weekly Update August 3, 2018
08/03/2018
The City’s Police and Fire departments are staging for active-shooter drills at Coronado High School. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how to have a say in the next Coronado Community Read; a beach advisory for North Beach; two Calls to Artists for projects at the Animal Care Facility and in the C3 Gallery; a phone scam brochure now available at the Police Department; a recap of the Movies on the Bay event last week; and Chloe, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Lime Bikes
Weekly Update July 27, 2018
07/27/2018
Lime Bike has retrieved its abandoned bikes. Find out how much the bike-sharing company paid and how many bikes the City has been storing in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a new restaurant building recently approved for the Coronado Ferry Landing; an award given to the City’s Nature’s Bridge to Discovery interpretive trail; upcoming youth soccer tournaments at various City parks; the Library’s Monday Movie Matinee; and Rico, this week's Pet of the Week.
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