January 2022

Weekly Update Jan. 28, 2022

The deadline is fascommunity read2 Opens in new windowt approaching to vote for the Community READ selection for 2022. Find out how and when to vote from among the five finalists in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a robust outreach plan for the restart of the Coronado Cays Park Master Plan project; a new uniform patch for the Coronado Police Department; the reopening of City Hall to those without appointments; the annual slurry sealing project that will start next week; ongoing palm trimming along Orange Avenue; two improvement projects at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course; and Stuffing, this week’s Pet of the Week.

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Weekly Update Jan. 21, 2022

City Hall is temporarily closeCity Hall Image cropped smaller 700d due to employee COVID-19 cases. Find out how to make an appointment during the closure and when the facility may reopen in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about an approved schedule for the restart of the Coronado Cays Park Master Plan project; a Tsunami Advisory last weekend; annual palm trimming along Orange Avenue; the temporary closure next week of the driving range at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course; the deadline to help select the 2022 Coronado Community READ from among five final titles, and Allegra, this week’s Pet of the Week.

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Weekly Update Jan. 14, 2022

A master planning effort for nCays Park Master Plan (1) 700 Opens in new windoweeded rehabilitation at Coronado Cays Park that also may identify new or updated amenities is getting a restart. Find out what’s next and how the community can get involved in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how voting has started to select this year’s Coronado Community READ from among the five final titles; a new automated agenda management program; event cancellations and postponements due to increasing COVID cases; the schedule for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday; the last day to recycle Christmas trees is Jan. 15; the deadline for the Coronado Artists Banner Series; and Meenie, this week’s Pet of the Week.

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Weekly Update Jan. 7, 2022

Two new, state-ofBouys Installed5.JPG Opens in new window-the-arts buoys were installed off Coronado to better monitor local shark populations. Find out how the City is involved in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Christmas tree recycling through Jan. 15; annual palm trimming along Orange Avenue; a “Ride to Live” class geared toward active military members; a Newcomer Tour at the Spreckels Center; a rose pruning workshop; and Tobias and Gob, this week’s Pet of the Week, as well as an update on 2021 total adoptions.

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