What's New

Mike Blood
Weekly Update September 22, 2017
09/22/2017
Fire Chief Mike Blood is retiring. Find out how he was honored this week in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about projects involving improvements to Sunset Park and the Five Points intersection; the purchase of a new fire truck; the upcoming Public Safety Open House on October 8; and Spencer, this week’s Pet of the Week who has been adopted. Don’t worry, we have many more pets looking for homes.
Read More
clear
Firefighters Stair Climb
Weekly Update September 15, 2017
09/15/2017
Monday was the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Find out how the City and its public safety officials commemorated the day in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about new median banners in recognition of the upcoming Coronado Island Film Festival; Cays Sewer Main cleaning that will require excavation work along the pipeline; free programming at the Spreckels Center on Thursdays in September; and Dolly, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Weekly Update September 8, 2017
09/08/2017
Check out this week’s Weekly Update for an update on the interactive signals installed on SR 75; find out who the City Manager appointed as the new Fire Chief; and read about Stevie, this week’s Pet of the Week who has already been adopted. 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.
Read More
clear
Weekly Update August 25, 2017
08/25/2017
It’s back to school week. Find out how Coronado Police welcomed returning students in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the arrest of a suspect in the Which Wich armed robbery; an unfortunate traffic accident over the weekend that resulted in the death of one person; the latest on the adaptive traffic signals near Naval Amphibious Base Coronado; and Latte, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Water Quality Page
Weekly Update August 18, 2017
08/17/2017
Ocean water testing results are now on the City’s website. Find out where to find them in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the search for a new fire chief; the Naval Aviation Exhibit at the Library; a short-term rental settlement; new sample trash receptacles on Orange Avenue; and Chelsea, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
City Hall
Short-term Rental Violator Settles
08/15/2017
The City has closed a code enforcement action against local property owners who ignored multiple requests to comply with Coronado’s short-term rental ordinance.
Read More
clear
2018 Community Read list
Weekly Update August 11, 2017
08/11/2017
Help pick the 2018 Coronado Community Read book. Find out which six books made the cut and how to vote in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the July ridership numbers for the Free Summer Shuttle; a Caltrans meeting held at the Library this week to present possible suicide deterrents for the bridge; Coronado Golf Pro Brian Smock, who is playing in his first masters this week; and Winnie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Bridge Image
Caltrans Bridge Meetings Set
08/09/2017
Caltrans to host bridge meetings.
Read More
clear
Boat Launch Ramp
Weekly Update July 21, 2017
07/21/2017
The City held two celebrations this week to mark the completion of two important capital projects. Find out more about the Spreckels Center Restroom and Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp and Dock C projects in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Coronado Chamber of Commerce awards recognizing local public safety and other City employees earlier this week; Coronado’s recent participation as a Fire Strike Team member in efforts to fight fires burning north of Santa Barbara; re-introduced pre-paid Golf Course cards; and Reagan, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Ribbon Cutting
Glorietta Bay Boat Launch/Dock C Celebration
07/17/2017
The City of Coronado and the Port of San Diego held a joint ribbon cutting ceremony on July 17, 2017 to celebrate the completion of an important $1.3 million public access project, the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp and Dock C Replacement.
Read More
clear
Fourth of July Parade image
Weekly Update July 7, 2017
07/07/2017
The Fourth of July celebration was a success. Get a recap of events in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a ceremony to unveil new public art and recognize the volunteerism of two Coronado residents next week at the Spreckels Center; the reopening of Dock C; summer Recreation camps and classes from the Cays to the Village; and the good news with this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Fireworks Display
Coronado Fourth of July 2017
06/26/2017
Coronado is gearing up for the City’s annual celebration of the Fourth of July. The holiday this year falls on a Tuesday and the City expects big crowds at the beach and at many of the day’s planned activities.
Read More
clear
Fourth of July Parade image
Weekly Update June 23, 2017
06/23/2017
The City is sending a clear message to those violating its short-term rental ordinance. Find out how in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about important Fourth of July news, such as bus and shuttle schedules; a public workshop held earlier this week to discuss bike and pedestrian improvements in Coronado; ocean water test results being placed online; progress on the Dock C and Boat Launch Ramp project; and Mo, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Fourth of July Holiday Schedule
Fourth of July 2017 Holiday Schedule
06/22/2017
Coronado Fourth of July 2017 Holiday Schedule
Read More
clear
City logo
City Sues Over Short-term Rentals
06/22/2017
The City has filed a lawsuit against a Coronado property owner who failed to comply with multiple requests and warnings over violations of the short-term rental ordinance.
Read More
clear
Bridge Aerial
Weekly Update June 16, 2017
06/16/2017
Weekend bridge traffic should soon improve. Find out how in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a public workshop on Monday, June 19, to discuss bike and pedestrian improvements in Coronado; the Low Tide Ride & Stride event on Saturday that ends at Coronado’s Sunset Park; Fourth of July preparations; an environmental report on a San Diego Bayfront performance venue; and Sarge, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Coronado Arts
Consultant Sought for Arts Strategic Plan
06/13/2017
Coronado seeks a professional consultant to provide the expertise in developing a roadmap for the future of Arts and Culture for the City of Coronado.
Read More
clear
Shuttle Bus
Weekly Update June 9, 2017
06/09/2017
The Free Summer Shuttle program schedule and layover spot will change this weekend. Find out about the new layover spot and how not to miss a ride on the shuttles in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a shark sighting at Silver Strand State Beach; traffic control measures near Naval Amphibious Base Coronado; water quality testing; rule for parks and for the summer concerts at Spreckels Park; and Clinton, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Coronado Beach
Weekly Update June 2, 2017
06/02/2017
Coronado is once again on the list of Top 10 Beaches in America. Find out more about the honor by Dr. Beach in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about updates on the Spreckels Park Restroom, the Dock C and Boat Launch Ramp, and the B Avenue Sewer Main projects; the newest C3 Gallery exhibition; the next public exhibit at the Coronado Library; and Honey, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Currents newsletter
Weekly Update May 19, 2017
05/19/2017
The latest edition of the City’s 6-page, full-color newsletter is out. Find out when it will hit Coronado mailboxes in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about more Bike Month activities and the City’s new Bicycle Friendly Business award; traffic impacts surrounding several upcoming events; the Fact or Fiction: Answers to Rumors and Questions page; and Carlie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
Spreckels Center Social
Weekly Update May 12, 2017
05/12/2017
Hundreds of residents attended the Spreckels Center Social this week. Find out more about the event and how to get information on classes, activities and special events in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a condo fire this week at Orange Avenue and First Street; a sailboat that washed ashore in North Beach; upcoming Bike Month activities; and the City’s Memorial Day Holiday schedule.
Read More
clear
City logo
Draft 2017-18 Financial Plan and Budget
05/05/2017
The City Council has scheduled a budget workshop for Tuesday, May 9, at 3 p.m.
Read More
clear
Budget Cover
Weekly Update May 5, 2017
05/05/2017
he City Council will hold a Budget Workshop May 9 to review the draft 2017-18 Financial Plan and Budget. Find out more about the budget workshop and how to see the document in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Spreckels Center Social set for May 10; Bike Month activities; fire rings and beach fire rules as summer nears; details on the Free Summer Shuttle and Cays Curbside service; and Pepsi, this week’s Pet of the Week.
Read More
clear
City Hall
Memorial Day Holiday Schedule
05/03/2017
The City of Coronado will observe the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 29, and reminds residents that some municipal facilities will remain open.
Read More
clear
Interior Ads
Shuttle Bus Ad Space Available
05/02/2017
Coronado has begun offering interior advertising space on the City’s popular Free Summer Shuttle buses. Ad spaces are available to all local Coronado businesses and groups advertising local services and events. The City has again contracted for four shuttles.
Read More
clear
City logo
Moody's Reaffirms Coronado's Aaa Rating
03/24/2017
Moody’s Investors Service has issued a Aaa credit rating, its highest credit rating issued, to the city of Coronado for its exceptionally strong financial position, large tax base, and affordable debt and pension liabilities.
Read More
clear
Arbor Day 2016
Weekly Update March 17, 2017
03/17/2017
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.
Read More
clear
City-CUSD
City-CUSD Funeral Processions
03/03/2017
The City of Coronado and Coronado Unified School District issued the following joint statement regarding military funeral processions:
Read More
clear
City logo
Presidents Day Holiday Schedule
02/14/2017
The City of Coronado will observe the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, February 20, and reminds residents and businesses that some municipal facilities around town will remain open.
Read More
clear
City logo
Community Workshop
02/10/2017
The City will hold a community workshop to discuss a proposed traffic signal to replace the existing all-way stop controls at the intersection of Fourth Street and Alameda Boulevard. Residents are encouraged to attend this workshop to learn more about the proposed signal and express their views. Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017 Time: 5 p.m. Location: Community Center, 1845 Strand Way
Read More
clear
City logo
Community Survey
01/24/2017
An online survey asking residents about various topics related to the City of Coronado is currently circulating online. This is a private survey not sponsored by the City.
Read More
clear
City Hall
Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Schedule
01/09/2017
See the City's Martin Luther King Jr. Day schedule here.
Read More
clear
Christmas Tree
2016 Holiday Schedule
12/20/2016
2016 Holiday Schedule
Read More
clear
Spreckels Center rendering
Spreckels Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
11/21/2016
John D. Spreckels Center Ribbon Cutting
Read More
clear
City Hall
Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule
11/21/2016
City Hall image
Read More
clear
City Logo
Community Notice: Tree of Concern
11/08/2016
Blue Gum eucalyptus is a tree of concern at the Spreckels Center.
Read More
clear
"Naked Warrior" Statue
Navy Statue Dedication Set for Veterans Day
11/07/2016
The City of Coronado invites the public to attend the “First Ashore” art installation, dedication ceremony and statue unveiling of the “Naked Warrior” at 11 a.m. on Veterans Day, November 11.
Read More
clear
Traffic at Tarawa Road
City to Test Manual Traffic Direction
11/02/2016
Beginning Monday, November 7, the City will initiate a pilot project to manually control morning traffic at the intersection of state Route 75 and Tarawa Road.
Read More
clear
City Hall
Veterans Day Holiday Schedule
11/01/2016
The City of Coronado will observe the Veterans Day holiday on Friday, November 11.
Read More
clear
CHS Track and Field
Track Now Open to Coronado Residents on Weekends/Holidays
10/11/2016
Track and Field Open on Weekends to the Community
Read More
clear
Students Walking to School
International Walk to School Day
09/28/2016
The City of Coronado, Coronado Unified School District and Circulate San Diego will join schools from around the world to celebrate International Walk to School Day on October 5.
Read More
clear
Country Club Area
Annual Street Work Begins
09/28/2016
Work has begun on the City's annual Street Preventive Maintenance Program.
Read More
clear
Existing Newsracks
City Updates Newsrack Rules
09/08/2016
In an effort to clean up the mismatched accumulation of newsracks along Orange Avenue, the City Council has adopted new rules to create a more uniform and cleaner look.
Read More
clear
Brian Smock
City Hires Head Golf Pro Brian Smock
09/08/2016
The City Council approved an Agreement for Services with Brian Smock to serve as the new Head Golf Professional at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. His contract begins February 1, 2017.
Read More
clear
City Council Approves Fall Street Banners
09/08/2016
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission’s fall banners have been approved by the City Council. The street pole banner program consists of six different banner cycles, each on display along the Orange Avenue Corridor for a minimum of six weeks. The Council approved the second cycle for fall at its meeting this week.
Read More
clear
Biking to School
Back to School Advisory
08/23/2016
Back to School Advisory
Read More
clear
Construction Temporarily Closes Bayshore Bikeway
08/04/2016
Two construction projects will result in a closure of a section of the Bayshore Bikeway until mid-August.
Read More
clear
Annual Spaghetti Dinner
Annual Spaghetti Fundraiser
07/21/2016
Coronado Firefighters will host their annual Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, July 24, at Fire Department Headquarters, 1001 Sixth St. The dinner will run from 4 to 7 p.m. and is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. The food is donated by the Hotel del Coronado and the Marriott and all proceeds benefit the Burn Institute for injured children. Call (619) 522-7374 for more information.
Read More
clear
Silver Strand Shuttle
Silver Strand Shuttle Schedule
07/01/2016
The Free Silver Strand Shuttle connects with the Free Summer Shuttle at Adella and Orange avenues downtown. The Free Summer Shuttle runs every 15 minutes from City Hall to the Ferry Landing.
Read More
clear
Coronado Junior Lifeguard Program - 2016
Coronado Junior Lifeguard Program - 2016
02/17/2016
Coronado Junior Lifeguard Program - 2016
Read More
clear
Sunken Wreckage on Shore
02/11/2016
Lifeguards Urge Caution While Exploring Around Wreckage
Read More
clear
Fire Chief Mike Blood Announces Retirement
After 27 years with the Coronado Fire Department, serving in all ranks of the organization, Fire Chief Mike Blood has announced his retirement.
Read More
clear
Loading Zones
2016 Concert Loading Zones
he Coronado Promenade Concert series begins on Sunday, May 29. To help ease traffic congestion and ensure the safety of concert-goers, the City has created three curbside loading zones around Spreckels Park.
Read More
clear
Banners on Orange
Coronado Installs Banners on Orange
Coronado is installing new patriotic-themed banners on 30 street poles along Orange Avenue, from First Street to Avenida de las Arenas, just in time for the City’s unrivaled Fourth of July celebration.
Read More
clear
In Transit
In Transit Transportation Issue
The City has published a four-page color newsletter that focuses on its unique transportation challenges. The “In Transit” newsletter appeared in the June 29 issue of the Coronado Eagle and Journal. It lays out the City’s transportation issues and provides information, news and context on most of the transportation projects the City is working on and has planned. The City’s overall goals are first to ensure safety for all modes of transportation, and then to reduce congestion, noise and speeding. Read it to find out more about transportation projects the City has in the works or recently implemented to improve access and safety for all. There are extra copies at City Hall or you can see it online here.
Read More
clear
Click here to view Archived News
Download Ask Coronado App