City Manager's Update

Weekly UpdaCommunity READ logo Opens in new windowte Sept. 16, 2022

The deadline to submit a nomination for the next Coronado Community READ is coming up. Find out when the deadline is and more about 2023 program in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about an upcoming meeting organized by the Coronado Ferry Landing to show proposed changes to the property; the decommissioning ceremony of USS Coronado; the recently installed fall nonprofit banners along Orange Avenue; a beach closure issued by county health officials; a number of concerts at the Library; and Hansel and Gretel, this week’s Pets of the Week.

Weekly Update Video Sept. 16, 2022

Rain image Glorietta Bay Opens in new windowWeekly Update Sept. 9, 2022

The region suffered through an excessive heat wave and began to feel the effects of a tropical storm this week. Find out how the City offered relief from the heat and updates on the evolving weather in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the kickoff of the 2023 Coronado Community READ this week; a new bronze sculpture called “The Knot” installed this week along Glorietta Bay; an upcoming two-day music festival across the bay; a whale carcass that washed ashore earlier this week; closures of the fields at Sunset and Cays parks for annual maintenance; and Colt, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update Video Sept. 9, 2022

Weekly Update Sept. 2, 2022

Woman under Umbrella at the BeachA heat wave is expected to last through the Labor Day weekend. Find out how to get some relief from the heat in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how the City will launch an e-bike safety campaign to bring awareness to safety concerns; the Labor Day holiday schedule; a second public meeting by the Coronado Ferry Landing to review updated proposed enhancements; a reminder of the City’s yard sign regulations; a “Voice of the People” award the City received for its natural environment, parks and recreation; a mobile office at the Library providing benefits assistance to veterans; what the Spreckels Center offers senior residents; and Nugget, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update Video Sept. 2, 2022

Weekly Update Aug. 26, 2022

Grand Caribe mapTwo public meetings set up by the Port of San Diego on a development proposal for Grand Caribe Isle have been postponed. Find out why and when the meetings will be held in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the signing of a treaty between the United States and Mexico to help ensure funding solutions to cross-border pollution; the end of the Free Summer Shuttle season on Labor Day, Sept. 5; City Council approval of Coronado’s final draft Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan; the reopening of the Community Center gym and dance rooms; and Magic, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update Video Aug. 26, 2022

Weekly Update Aug. 19, 2022

Cays Grand CaribeThe Port of San Diego is holding two public meetings for the proposed “Cays RV Park” project. Find out more about the proposed project in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about election information; an update on the Coronado Golf Course Lake; back-to-school reminders; the Parker Pump Station replacement project; the upcoming Bike the Bay event; and Terry, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update Aug. 5, 2022

The City has provided itsComprehensive Infrastructure Solution Graphic Proposed Projects Opens in new window comments on a draft environmental report addressing proposed projects to reduce transborder water pollution. Find out more about the proposed projects in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the closure of the City’s beach due to cross border water pollution; an update on the Avenida del Sol cul-de-sac south of the Hotel del Coronado that should fully reopen soon; the City Council candidate filing period for the Nov. 8 General Election; a free shredding event Aug. 6; a music festival planned for San Diego’s Waterfront Park this weekend; parking impacts at Tidelands Park this weekend; and Figgy, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update Video Aug. 5, 2022

Weekly Update July 29, 2022

PolicPD FD Drill Active Shooter People Standing Around While Traininge and Fire personnel conducted active-shooter training this week. Find out how important these simulated exercises are in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a single-vehicle fatal accident on Orange Avenue; the Hometown Banner Program and how to nominate a deserving active duty or veteran; when residents can register for fall and winter Recreation activities; the Crown City Classic Soccer Tournament this weekend and next; a free document shredding event set for Aug. 6; an animal meet and greet at the Library on Aug. 4; and Faline, this week’s Pet of the Week.


Weekly Update Video July 29, 2022

Weekly Update July 22, 2022

The cities of Imperial Beach Beach from Ocean Boulevard waves sun peopleand Coronado are asking for a pause on the County's new water-quality testing. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City pursuing a review by the California Supreme Court of a recent appellate court decision on a case involving the appeal by Coronado and three other SANDAG member cities of SANDAG's handling of the regional housing needs assessment allocation; the Council's recent direction to move forward with a tennis court resurfacing project and other improvements at Cays Park to better accommodate a variety of uses including pickleball, tennis and basketball; a new piece of public art that features the late Sybil Stockdale, a Coronado resident who led the fight for better treatment of POWs; the return of the Coronado Firefighters' annual Spaghetti Dinner this Sunday; and Presley, this week’s Pet of the Week.

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Weekly Update July 15, 2022

Shuttle Bus Driving Through IntersectionRidership on the Free Summer Shuttle is up from last year but remains down pre-pandemic. Find out how many people are riding the shuttles around the Village and on the Fourth of July in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a detour the Free Summer Shuttle/MTS 904 Route must take during construction at the hospital; night work on an SDG&E project along Third and Fourth streets; work on a water line flushing project on Second Street; a sing-along at the Library; summertime offerings at the Spreckels Center; Summer Camps for kids; and Reuben, this week’s Pet 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.

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Weekly Update July 8, 2022

Hotel Del and beach from the air and oceanOut of an abundance of caution, two beach events have been canceled following San Diego County’s new, more sensitive ocean-water testing. Find out what was canceled in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Fourth of July three-day weekend of activities, watch a Fourth of July compilation video and see a Fourth of July photo album; fires at the beach this summer; the removal of two palms due to a weevil infestation; notice of an election in November for two Council seats; an Ice Cream Social at the Spreckels Center; and Terry, this week’s Pet 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.

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Weekly Update July 1, 2022

Fireworks2The City is expecting big crowds this 3-day Fourth of July holiday weekend. Be prepared with an extensive list of frequently asked questions the City put together about everything Fourth of July in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about other Fourth of July frequently asked questions such as how not to get towed and what to do if you are; regular and Free Summer Shuttle Bus Service; special Free Summer Shuttle service for the Cays on July 4; where to watch the fireworks and concerts at the Golf Course; the implementation of a new ocean water-safety category at local beaches starting July 1; and the Bunny Bunch, 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.

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