February 2022

Weekly Update Feb. 25, 2022

Online applications may now be submitted for the City’s Community Grants program. Find out how to get started and what the deadline is for applications in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about an arrest in a string of armed robberies with help from partner agencies; a sales tax update for the third quarter of 2021; a survey that should be issued soon to find out more about pickleball and tennis players in Coronado; reservations opening March 1 for Breakfast with the Easter Bunny event; a Coronado Floral Association meeting where attendees can learn about the history of Home Front judging and get gardening tips from past flower show ribbon winners; and Jinx, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Weekly Update Feb. 18, 2022

The 2022 Coronado Community READ has been selected. Find out what the community has chosen to read this year in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about construction impacts expected on a project to improve Ocean Boulevard; community grant applications now available; an update on Tijuana River environmental issues; new software to make agenda preparation and viewing easier; an update on EDCO’s organics recycling program; the Presidents Day holiday schedule; the upcoming Spreckels Center Newcomer Tour; and Guinea pigs Tobias and Gob, this week’s Pets of the Week.

Weekly Update Feb. 11, 2022

A public health mandate requiring masks be worn indoors is changing. Find out who is affected and when in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about traffic information resources that will help when there are bridge closures; the reopening of City Hall to the community; the rescheduled Newcomer Tour at the Spreckels Center; Glow Pickleball in the Cays; a live theatrical reading at the Library; the completion of backstop repairs; and how to be a foster to dogs and cats up for adoption at the Animal Care Facility.

Weekly Update Feb. 4, 2022

A project to install a physical suicide deterrent is moving forward. Find out how to review an initial environmental study and provide feedback in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about an investigation the City has launched regarding a video circulating on social media involving a City director; another remotely monitored bike arrest; information sought in a hit and run incident at Tidelands Park involving a pedestrian and vehicle; training at Naval Base Coronado that may cause increased traffic and delays entering their facilities; an upcoming presentation on service dogs at the Library; and Suki, this week’s Pet of the Week.