Fourth of July Info & FAQ

Fourth of July Info and FAQs

Fourth of July Information and FAQs

Although the traditional Fourth of July celebrations in Coronado have been canceled due to the pandemic, the City anticipates large crowds over the long holiday weekend and is preparing.

The beach is open daily but closes at sunset. Please help Lifeguards by leaving the beach before then.

The City will air past Fourth of July parade programming over the long weekend on Coronado TV. You can watch it on Spectrum Channel 19/AT&T Channel 99 and live online.

Parking lots at Silver Strand State Beach will be closed for the upcoming weekend, July 3-5. State beaches in other parts of California are closing completely. Parking on the offramp to Silver Strand State Beach is prohibited. The state beach is open to campers with reservations beginning at 6 a.m. on July 4 and closes at 9 p.m.

Naval Base Coronado has advised the City that it will conduct a gun salute on the Fourth of July at noon at Naval Air Station North Island in honor of the holiday. 


The Navy Leap Frogs have arranged to do an aerial display at 2 p.m. on the Fourth of July. The display should be visible from all over Coronado so just look up. They will land at Stingray Point in the beach areas off the Golf Course.

The Fourth of July falls on a Saturday but the holiday is observed on Friday, July 3. Many City facilities will be closed but some, such as the 50-meter pool and Skatepark, will be open with limited hours. 

Fourth of July Schedule

The Police Department put together a list of frequently asked questions for the Fourth of July holiday weekend. It is posted below and can be found here. Please obey the no-parking signs that will be enforced. Getting a ticket on the holiday is sure to ruin your weekend.

Fourth of July FAQs

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Posted on 07/02/2020
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