September 2022

WeeklyTim Farmer new director of Recreation and Golf Services Update Sept. 23, 2022

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The City has named a new director of Recreation and Golf Services. Find out more about Tim Farmer and when he will begin work in Coronado in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Update. You can also read about the recent  denial by the California Supreme Court of a City request for a review of a housing lawsuit; another heatwave expected to peak early next week; upcoming Halloween festivities; the next Armchair Travel, which will focus on Hungary; and September and July, this week’s Pets of the Week.


WCommunity READ logo Opens in new windoweekly Update Sept. 16, 2022

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The deadline to submit a nomination for the next Coronado Community READ is coming up. Find out when the deadline is and more about 2023 program in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about an upcoming meeting organized by the Coronado Ferry Landing to show proposed changes to the property; the decommissioning ceremony of USS Coronado; the recently installed fall nonprofit banners along Orange Avenue; a beach closure issued by county health officials; a number of concerts at the Library; and Hansel and Gretel, this week’s Pets of the Week.


Weekly Update SRain image Glorietta Bay Opens in new windowept. 9, 2022

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The region suffered through an excessive heat wave and began to feel the effects of a tropical storm this week. Find out how the City offered relief from the heat and updates on the evolving weather in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the kickoff of the 2023 Coronado Community READ this week; a new bronze sculpture called “The Knot” installed this week along Glorietta Bay; an upcoming two-day music festival across the bay; a whale carcass that washed ashore earlier this week; closures of the fields at Sunset and Cays parks for annual maintenance; and Colt, this week’s Pet of the Week.

Woman under Umbrella at the Beach Opens in new windowWeekly Update Sept. 2, 2022Weekly Update Video

A heat wave is expected to last through the Labor Day weekend. Find out how to get some relief from the heat in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how the City will launch an e-bike safety campaign to bring awareness to safety concerns; the Labor Day holiday schedule; a second public meeting by the Coronado Ferry Landing to review updated proposed enhancements; a reminder of the City’s yard sign regulations; a “Voice of the People” award the City received for its natural environment, parks and recreation; a mobile office at the Library providing benefits assistance to veterans; what the Spreckels Center offers senior residents; and Nugget, this week’s Pet of the Week.