Public Projects

Coronado Cays Park Project 

The City has begun an effort to identify and plan for possible improvements to Coronado Cays Park. This effort, referred to as the Coronado Cays Master Plan project, began after the City identified a need to replace the existing irrigation system and sod throughout the park, and out of a desire to strategically plan for any additional improvements desired by Coronado residents. Two introductory workshops have been held thus far. For questions regarding this effort please contact Principal Engineer Jim Newton.

The Country Club / Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration Project

The Country Club/Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration Project generally consists of repairs to the storm drain system within the Country Club area to eliminate the infiltration of groundwater. The majority of the work consists of pipe lining, which will not require trenching in the roadway; however, the project does include two repairs that will require excavation and replacement of the existing storm drain pipe. These locations are in front of 880-890 Coronado Avenue and on Sixth Street between Balboa and Coronado Avenues. To facilitate this work, groundwater is being discharged to the outfall located at North Beach. A permit was obtained from the Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) and the water is being tested regularly to ensure it is clean and poses no health risks.

Groundwater Discharge Monitoring Reports for Country Club/Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration Project