No, the City's senior management analyst for cultural arts has an office at City Hall where she works for the City Manager on arts and culture. There are three offices at the Spreckels Center that are for the use of facility staff only. The Spreckels Center and its programs are managed by a Recreation and Golf Services supervisor with a master's degree in public administration and a bachelor's degree in recreation administration. The Coronado Senior Association and the Coronado Lawn Bowling Club previously shared an office at the facility prior to the pandemic. To comply with public heath orders, operational objectives and, in compliance with state law, the City restricted access to these locations to City employees only. In addition, a professional service agreement with the Coronado Senior Association expired in June 2020. The City provided both organizations with assistance and two weeks to transition out of the City's office space in November 2020.