Coronado Currents

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Coronado Currents Volume 38, May 2015 - In This Issue
  • State-of-the-Art Golf Irrigation System
  • Social Media Tools, Website Update
  • Administrative Services into Technology
  • News and Reminders
  • Police Department Goes Hi-tech
  • Library’s Broadband at Warp Speed
  • What’s Going on in Coronado?
  • Coronado’s 125th Birthday Fête

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currents volume 1 Volume 1, June 2002 - In This Issue
  • Community Center
  • Bridge Toll Removal
  • New Life Guard Tower
   
currents volume 2 Volume 2, September 2002 - In This Issue
  • The New City Hall
  • Downtown Specific Plan Update
  • Tunnel/MIS Study Update
   
currents volume 3 Volume 3, February 2003 - In This Issue
  • Keeping Coronado's Beaches Clean
  • Restaurant Renovations Complete
  • Silver Strand Improvements
  • Traffic Questions & Answers
   
Volume 4, June 2003 - In This Issue
  • Coronado Focused On Safety
  • Ground Breaking Nears on Glorietta Bay Master Plan
   
currents volume 5 Volume 5, September 2003 - In This Issue
  • Coronado's Volunteers
  • Tunnel Commission Update
  • Public Art Enhances City Life
   
currents volume 6 Volume 6, January 2004 - In This Issue
  • Business Districts Projects
  • Village Theatre
  • Short-Term Traffic Improvements
  • Insert City Satisfaction Survey
   
currents volume 7 Volume 7, May 2004 - In This Issue
  • City Hall Information
  • Glorietta Bay Civic Center & Promenade
  • Community Center Q & A
  • Fountain Sculpture
   
currents volume 8 Volume 8, September 2004 - In This Issue
  • Homeland Security Exercise
  • Emergency Operations Center
  • Regional Planning
   
currents volume 9 Volume 9, January 2005 - In This Issue
  • Community Development Agency
  • Beach Facilities Improvement Projects
  • Third Street Gate Project
   
currents volume 10 Volume 10, May 2005 - In This Issue
  • Coronado Recreation Programs
  • Glorietta Bay Civic Center to Open this Summer
   
currents volume 11 Volume 11, September 2005 - In This Issue
  • Public Arts Program
  • City Hall's New Photo Murals
  • City Appoints New Police Chief
  • Coronado Roads Maintenance Programs
   
currents volume 12 Volume 12, January 2006 - In This Issue
  • Winter Preparations High Priority for City Officials
  • Building Codes Protect Residents
  • Q&A with Community Development Director Tony Pena
  • How to Obtain a Building Permit
   
currents volume 13 Volume 13, May 2006 - In This Issue
  • The Wizard of Oz Makes History in Coronado Again!
  • Recreation Safety Tips
  • Beach Safety
  • Library Programs
  • Imitations Fire Arms Safety
   
currents volume 14 Volume 14, September 2006 - In This Issue
  • Paramedics & Firefighters Partner to keep Coronado Safe
  • Coronado Wants You!
  • Teddy Bears & Shopping Sprees
  • Speed Safety on 3rd and 4th Streets
   
currents volume 15 Volume 15, January 2007 - In This Issue
  • Sidewalks, Alleys, Gates, and More in 2007
  • Infrastructure Investments Take Center Stage in 2007
  • City & County Offer Tips for Vector Controls
   
currents volume 16 Volume 16, May 2007 - In This Issue
  • Coronado Youth Inspire Deep Community Ties
  • Coronado Makes Progress with 2007 Priorities
  • City Manager Appoints Louis Scanlon as New Director of Police Services
   
currents volume 17 Volume 17, September 2007 - In This Issue
  • Public Safety & Community Services Headline City's Budget
  • City Encourages Residents to Access Public Information
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Coronado Golf
currents volume 18 Volume 18, January 2008 - In This Issue
  • Regional Information at Your Fingertips
  • Get in Shape for 2008
  • Invest In Your Community
  • Improve Home Safety
  • CERT Schedule; New Web Site Coming
  • You're A Star, Coronado
currents volume 19 Volume 19, May 2008 - In This Issue
  • Coronado Capital Improvement Projects Update
  • Host Your Special Event in a Special Place
  • Taking Care of Coronado's Sewer System
  • A Message from the Coronado Fire Department - Life on the Beach
  • The Buzz on New Cell Phone Laws
currents volume 20 Volume 20, September 2008 - In This Issue
  • Coronado Playgrounds Grow Up
  • City of Coronado Refreshes its Website
  • Coronado Capital Improvement Projects Update
  • The Coronado Community Center Celebrates Three Years of Making Memories
  • A Message from the Coronado Fire Department
  • A Reminder for Dog Owners
currents volume 21 Volume 21, January 2009 - In This Issue
  • Residents Support Lending a Hand to Sharp Coronado
  • What's New in 2009
  • Being a Good Neighbor: Street Sweeping
  • Winter Fire Safety Tips for the Home
  • Being Prepared for Emergencies
  • Hot Topic: Hotel del Coronado Amended Master Plan
currents volume 22 Volume 22, May 2009 - In This Issue
  • Toll Study Brings Attention to Traffic Problems in Coronado
  • What's Green on the Scene?
  • Conservation is Key to Maintaining Water Supply
  • Beach Safety
  • Coronado Receives Mobility Equipment for Disabled Beachgoers
  • A Few Reminders from the Coronado Fire Department
  • Doing Business is a Snap in Coronado
currents volume 23 Volume 23, September 2009 - In This Issue
  • Where Does Your Property Tax Dollar Go?
  • City Paves Way for Smooth Rides
  • Automated Trash Collection Program Begins this Fall
  • A Reminder about Coronado's Color-Coded Curbs
  • Fire Safety: Outdoor Cooking & Grilling
  • A Few Reminders from the Police Department: Bicycle Safety & Other Tips
  • "CHA" & "HRC" - What's the Difference
currents volume 24 Volume 24, January 2010 - In This Issue
  • Paramedic Services
  • City Hall at Your Fingertips
  • What Your City Can Do for You
  • Being a Good Neighbor: Report Recycling Scavengers
  • When Should You Call 9-1-1?
  • 2010 Census Key to Receiving Federal Dollars
Currents Volume 25 Volume 25, May 2010 - In This Issue
  • Coronado PERT Program is Here to Help
  • June 8, 2010 Special Election: Understanding Proposition H
  • The Facts about Tsunamis
  • Coronado's Emergency Siren System
  • Going Underground to Improve Overhead Views
Currents Volume 26 Volume 26, September 2010 - In This Issue
  • Coronado's Municipal Golf Course: Best Value in San Diego County
  • Celebrating Art in the Coronado Community
  • Fire Department Open House - Oct. 3
  • CPR & CERT classes now available
  • City of Coronado Hires Blair King as New City Manager
Currents Volume 27
 
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Volume 27, January 2011 - In This Issue
  • Celebrating 100 Years of Naval Aviation in Coronado
  • Coronado: A City of Trees
  • City Offers Free Wi-Fi in Coronado Rotary Plaza
  • Winter Preparation Checklist
  • CPR & CERT classes now available
  • Coronado's Website - A Wealth of Information for Residents and Business Owners
Volume 29, October 2011 - In This Issue
  • Citizen Satisfaction Survey Results
  • Bicycle Master Plan Approved
  • City Developing Social Media Plan
  • eBooks Available For Checkout
  • Mike Blood: New Fire Chief
  • Fire Department Holds Open House
  • Boat House/Club Room UnderConstruction

Coronado Currents Vol 20 Volume 30, March 2012 - In This Issue
  • Where Are These Coronado Scenes?
  • Coronado's Pavement Program
  • Permanent Generator Installed
  • Employee of the Year
  • Coronado Officers Wear Cameras
  • Coronado is TsunamiReady
  • Cultural Arts Commission

Volume 31, August 2012 - In This Issue
  • Your Coronado Lifeguards
  • Stingrays & Other Summer Bummers
  • Coronado Limits Beach Weddings
  • Construction Updates
  • EV Charging Stations
  • 'Visit Coronado' App

Volume 32, December 2012 - In This Issue
  • Photos: Glorietta Bay Before & After
  • Business License Update
  • Library Strategic Plan
  • Construction & Project Updates
  • Senior Center Survey
  • 'Tis the Season; City Holidays

Volume 33, December 2012 - In This Issue
  • Froomin Named New Police Chief
  • Q&A on AEDs, CPR
  • Important Reminders
  • CoronadoArts.com Coming in June
  • Crime Rates Low in Coronado
  • What's Going on Around Coronado
  • May is National Bike Month 
October 2013

Volume 34, October 2013 - In This Issue

  • Street Tree Sampling
  • Important Reminders
  • Remembering Lt. Frank S. Greene
  • Public Safety Open House
  • What's Going on Around Coronado?
  • City Holiday Events, Schedule
  
Currents 35 Volume 35, March 2014 - In This Issue
  • USS Coronado
  • Coronado TV
  • Short-term Rentals
  • Important Reminders
  • Coronado's Volunteers
  • Orange Avenue's Ailing Trees
  • What's Going on Around Coronado?
  • How to Request City Services

 

Currents 36 Volume 36, August 2014 - In This Issue
  • Coronado’s Wastewater System
  • Important Reminders
  • Fourth of July: A Year in the Making
  • Recreation Summer Camps
  • What’s Going on around Coronado?
  • Coronado to Celebrate Oz

Coronado Currents Vol. 37 Volume 37, December 2014 - In This Issue
  • Coronado’s Wastewater System
  • Important Reminders
  • Fourth of July: A Year in the Making
  • Recreation Summer Camps
  • What’s Going on around Coronado?
  • Coronado to Celebrate Oz

 

Coronado Currents Volume 38, May 2015 - In This Issue
  • Library Databases; Tech Teens
  • Important Reminders
  • Holidays in Coronado
  • Teddy bear Drive Began Here
  • What's Going on Around Coronado?
  • Avenue of Heroes Program

  Volume 39, Expected August 2015 - In This Issue

  Volume 40, Expected November 2015 - In This Issue