March 2022

Weekly Update March 25, 2022

The City will co-host three bicycle safety clinics, called Bike Rodeos, in April that will emphasize e-bike riders and their parents. Find out where the rodeos will be held and when in the next edition of the Weekly Update. You can also read about the progress of the Ocean Boulevard Improvements project; the second virtual workshop on the City's Sea Level Rise; a new piece of public art called "Bookworm" at the Coronado Public Library; an update on an animal abuse case; the results of a successful shredding event; and Buster, this week's Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update March 18, 2022

The City has a Climate Action Plan. Find out what is next in the process to reduce the City’s greenhouse gas emission in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the second planning document in the City’s efforts to plan for sea level rise and how the public can get involved; how BMX bike riders can now use the Coronado Skatepark; new stencils near Tidelands Park to encourage safe cycling etiquette; the Coronado Public Library as a stop along the Open House San Diego Architectural Tour; and Tayla, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update March 11, 2022

Help the City plant a tree this Arbor Day. Find out when and where in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about work on major improvements along Ocean Boulevard that will impact the community through May; the City’s statement on the resignation of the Recreation & Golf Services director; a public meeting hosted by the Coronado Ferry Landing to discuss proposed improvements to the property; a free presentation on common scams at the Spreckels Center; a pickleball and tennis survey that closes March 18; the next free shredding event; an art class at the Library; Daylight Saving Time; and Smokey, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update March 4, 2022

The City Council has approved the Free Summer Shuttle program for 2022. Find out when service begins and more details about the courtesy bus service in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City Council’s action this week to extend the outdoor dining permit program to Sept. 30; the recruitment for a new assistant city manager; the latest on the Ocean Boulevard Improvements Project; a pickleball and tennis survey; the next free shredding event; and Selma, this week’s Pet of the Week.