The City of Coronado Code Enforcement program helps maintain the quality of life for the residents of Coronado. To accomplish this, the Code Enforcement Officer assists property owners regarding code violations and educates the public regarding the requirements of the Municipal Code. Pursuant to Coronado City Council policy, staff will only respond to written complaints. To enforce the Code, the Code Enforcement Officer issues Notices of Violations to obtain compliance, in accordance with the Municipal Code. The program relies on voluntary non-judicial compliance, emphasizing public awareness of the City of Coronado regulatory provisions.
How to Complete a Request for Investigation Form
If you suspect there are violations of the City of Coronado Municipal Code in your neighborhood, please use the Request for Investigation Form (PDF) to inform the Code Enforcement Officer of the problem.
The following information is required when filing a complaint:
- Identify the specific complaint or nuisance.
- Provide your name, address and telephone number. This information is essential and will be kept confidential.
- Provide the location of the problem, using the house number and street name. If address is unknown, provide the location of property. As an example, "northwest corner of Fifth Street and F Avenue".
- Describe the specific complaint or complaints. As an example, describe the vehicle with the license plate number, the location of weeds, the type of construction debris, etc.
Complaints may be filed with the code enforcement officer by the following means:
- Online: Fill out a Request for Investigation Form (PDF) and email it to Community Development
- In person: Fill out a Request for Investigation Form at Coronado City Hall, at the Community Development Department.
- By mail: Mail the Request for Investigation Form to:
City of Coronado
Department of Community Development
1825 Strand Way
Coronado, CA 92118