In its commitment to maintaining Coronado's pristine public beach and to ensure that it remains an affordable and accessible attraction for everyone, the City's policy regarding fires on the public beach include:
Limiting fire materials to charcoal and clean wood, which is consistent with San Diego County Air Pollution Control District restrictions
Restricting fire materials to a height of 12 inches above the upper edge of the fire ring or container
Requiring fire materials to be contained inside the fire ring or container
No fires allowed between the hours of 11pm-4am
For more information about fire rings and fires on the beach, please review the Fires on the Beach Handout (PDF). To report a problem at the beach fire rings or near any fires on the beach, please call the Police Department non-emergency line at 619-522-7350. For an actual emergency, dial 911.