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Mayor to Seek Funding Support at Mayors Conference
06/26/2019
Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey will join more than 200 mayors from across the country this week to share ideas and address important challenges facing their communities, including the cross-border sewage issue in San Diego County.
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Feast and Fareway Opening
Weekly Update June 21, 2019
06/21/2019
Feast and Fareway has opened at the Coronado Golf Course Clubhouse. Find out more about the City’s new concessionaire in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also find out about a new traffic signal that will be installed near the Hotel del Coronado as part of work to move the front entrance to Avenida del Sol; Fourth of July festivities and frequently asked questions; the recently completed Orange and Second Parklet project; the Low Tide Ride and Stride on Saturday, June 22; and Lola, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Cross Border Water Page
Weekly Update June 14, 2019
06/14/2019
The City has a new web page that outlines its efforts to get federal agencies to address cross-border contamination. Find out more about the page in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how to steer clear of stingrays when entering the ocean; a recent $5 million state appropriation for bridge suicide prevention measures; the kick-off of a new flag disposal service as well as plans for a summer of fun at the Library; Caltrans roadway work set for early next week; and the Galaxy kittens, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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EPA Meeting in Coronado
Weekly Update June 7, 2019
06/07/2019
The EPA and other federal agencies met in Coronado this week to discuss cross-border contamination. Find out how the meeting went in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the recently adopted Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget and a short Budget Video the City put together; a stewardship plan for the City’s Boathouse property, now home of Bluewater Grill; “Penelope,” the newest piece of art to be installed on Port of San Diego property in Coronado; and Hela, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Budget Video Opening Screen
FY 2019-20 Budget Video
06/07/2019
The City Council has adopted the City’s Financial Plan and Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20 with supporting resolutions. The budget is balanced without a draw from the City’s reserves. The economic outlook for Coronado remains positive with continued growth.
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Free Hands-Only CPR Training
06/07/2019
In recognition of CPR and AED Awareness week, department personnel will be at Rotary Park on Saturday June 8th from 10:00 to 1:00 providing Hands-Only CPR instruction. Please stop by and learn this vital lifesaving skill.
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EPA Meeting Press Conference at Coronado
Mayor Calls for Regional Collaboration
06/06/2019
Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey called on regional leaders to join him in identifying projects they can pursue to solve the cross-border sewage problem following a meeting Wednesday with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other federal agencies.
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Weekly Update May 31, 2019
05/31/2019
Do you ride the ferry from Coronado to San Diego? Find out how to take part in an informal ferry survey in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Caltrans work on state Routes 75 and 282 that delayed traffic and inconvenienced residents; a federal stakeholder meeting with EPA and other federal and local officials next week in Coronado; the upcoming launch of a new retired flag collection box at the Library; the removal of illegally posted signs in the City’s rights of way; and great news about Lola, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Federal Agencies to Discuss Cross-Border Sewage Solutions
05/31/2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Customs and Border Protection will hold a stakeholder meeting at the Coronado Community Center on June 5 at the request of the City to address contamination in the Tijuana River Valley that is forcing beach closures in San Diego County.
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Free Summer Shuttle Kick-off
Weekly Update May 24, 2019
05/24/2019
Free Summer Shuttle service has begun. Find out about the kick-off ceremony and special service for the Fourth of July and for the Cays in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about closures for the Memorial Day holiday; a special Memorial Day service at Star Park Circle; the recent Hometown Banner Program event; upcoming summer concerts; a new traffic signal at Alameda Boulevard and Fourth Street; and Nora, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Bike to Work Day pit stop
Weekly Update May 17, 2019
05/17/2019
May is Bike Month. Find out how Bike to Work Day went and learn about the film featured in the Coronado Bikes to the Movies event tonight, Friday, May 17, in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about construction at the Cays Boulevard exit off state Route 75; the Hometown Banner Dedication Ceremony on Saturday, May 18; the installation of all the beach accessibility mats around Coronado; a planned kick-off for the Free Summer Shuttle program; and an update on Ranger, a recent Pet of the Week who was adopted. ews, project updates and follow-up information when necessary.
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Free Summer Shuttle Kick-off Planned
05/13/2019
City leaders, supporters and sponsors of Coronado’s Free Summer Shuttle will gather on Friday, May 24, to officially kick off service of the annual program that helps keep residents and visitors out of their cars during Coronado’s busiest season.
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Place Your Ad in Coronado's Free Summer Shuttle
05/11/2019
Coronado is offering interior advertising space on the City’s popular Free Summer Shuttles to local businesses and groups. Four shuttles will operate between the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.
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Tom Ritter, Assistant City Manager
Assistant City Manager Announces Retirement
05/11/2019
After a 32-year career in local government, Coronado Assistant City Manager Tom Ritter has announced his retirement effective July 12.
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Beach Accessibility Mats at the beach end
Weekly Update May 10, 2019
05/10/2019
The community got a chance to see the City’s new beach accessibility mats at Central Beach. Find out who will benefit from them and where else they are going in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a planned kick-off for the Free Summer Shuttles; a special meeting Tuesday, May 14, to hold a budget workshop; the latest issue of the City’s 6-page, full color “Currents” newsletter; training for the City’s new ladder truck; and O’Malley, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Hometown Banner Ceremony May 18
05/10/2019
The City of Coronado invites the public to attend the next Hometown Banner Dedication Ceremony at Coronado High School on Saturday, May 18.
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Weekly Update May 3, 2019
05/03/2019
The City will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 9 for new beach mats. Find out about the new accessible mats that will be going in at North Beach, Central Beach, Dog Beach and Glorietta Bay Park beach in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a lighting study held this week on some columns under the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; the recently announced retirement of Assistant City Manager Tom Ritter, Bike Month activities; public art pianos back for the third year; and Peaches, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Memorial Day 2019 Holiday Schedule
04/27/2019
The City of Coronado will observe the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 27, and reminds residents that some municipal facilities will remain open.
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Weekly Update April 26, 2019
04/26/2019
The City and Navy is celebrating military spouses with a base tour and free lunch. Find out how to be part of this May 10 special event in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the undergrounding open house forums held in April; activities set for National Bike Month in May; gym roof repairs; Free Summer Shuttle interior ad space; MotorCars on MainStreet this weekend; and Mama Nora’s kittens, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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City, Navy to Celebrate Military Spouses
04/25/2019
To celebrate the Coronado homefront, the City of Coronado and Naval Base Coronado are honoring local military spouses of active duty and veterans with a free base tour and lunch on Friday, May 10.
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Undergrounding Open-House Forums Held
04/24/2019
The City hosted two open-house forums in April to present information about its Utility Undergrounding Program and receive feedback from the community.
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City Hosts Second Undergrounding Open House
04/22/2019
The City will host a second open-house forum on Tuesday, April 23, to present information and seek community input on the City’s Utility Undergrounding program.
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Weekly Update April 19, 2019
04/19/2019
The City will host its annual Easter Bunny breakfast and egg hunt events. Find out how to register for breakfast and attend the free egg hunts in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the second open house forum set for next week on undergrounding the City’s overhead utilities; an update on a plan to prevent land-use conflicts around airports; a sailboat that came ashore this week; a U.S. flag retirement proposal from San Diego County officials; and Kandi, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Flower Show
Weekly Update April 12, 2019
04/12/2019
Spring is here. Find out about the 2019 Coronado Flower Show and related Friends of the Library Book Sale as well as Easter Bunny and Egg Hunt events in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about two public meetings held this week to get citizen input on potential off-leash dog parks, if the community so desires; a second planned workshop to get community input on the Utility Undergrounding Master Plan; an award-winning tsunami PSA by local high school students; the Spreckels Center annual Open House; and Samantha, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update April 5, 2019
04/05/2019
The City held an open-house forum this week on the City’s Utility Undergrounding Master Plan. Find out what the meeting was all about and when the next forum will be held in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the new Library Director’s start date; notifications some residents have received about wireless telecommunication company facilities; new Recreation software for class registration; sidewalk maintenance and replacement; construction on the Second and Orange Parklets; and Ava, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Undergrounding Open House Set for April 4
03/26/2019
The City will host an open-house forum on Thursday, April 4, to present information and seek community input on the City’s Utility Undergrounding program.
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Coronado Public Library
Weekly Update March 22, 2019
03/22/2019
The City has a new Library Director. Find out all about Shaun Briley in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the reopening of the Recreation Pool; Orange Avenue palm-pruning the next two Saturdays; the City and Navy honoring local Vietnam Veterans; recent Caltrans road repairs; active shooter training next week; and Momma and Baby Boots, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Coronado Hires New Library Director
03/20/2019
Shaun Briley, the San Diego Public Library employee of the year and former branch manager for the La Jolla-Riford Library, has been selected as the City’s new Library Director.
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Beach Mats
Weekly Update March 15, 2019
03/15/2019
Beach accessibility mats should be in place by the end of next month. Find out more about these inclusive mats and where they will be going in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Fire Department’s efforts to get residents signed up for an emergency notification system; a pool heater malfunction that closed the Recreation Pool; pothole complaints; the City and Navy honoring local Vietnam Veterans; upcoming Junior Lifeguards and Surf Awareness classes as well as Lifeguard Training Camps; and Ranger, this week’s two-time Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update March 8, 2019
03/08/2019
There are two recent additions to the Community Center. Find out all about the new “Community Matters” bulletin board and a new art installation in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a Council policy for retail establishments; the City and Navy honoring Vietnam veterans later this month; new flooring at the Spreckels Center that will temporarily close the facility March 16-22; a second scam prevention meeting hosted by the Police Department; and Samantha, this week's Pet of the Week.
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City, Naval Base Coronado to Celebrate Vietnam Veterans
03/07/2019
In recognition of National Vietnam War Veterans Day, the City of Coronado and Naval Base Coronado are honoring local Coronado Vietnam veterans with a free base tour and lunch on Thursday, March 28.
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Dr. Seuss Flier
Weekly Update March 1, 2019
03/01/2019
The “All Things Seuss: Exhibit 1 and Exhibit 2” opens this month. Find out all about the twin exhibits and the work that will be displayed and where in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the activation of a new traffic signal at the Navy’s Coastal Campus next week; new flooring at the Spreckels Center that will temporarily close the facility; shade structures proposed for Spreckels Park; the completion of the Art Outside the Box project to dress up Caltrans signal boxes; a new sign at Spreckels Park; and Ranger, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Community Read
Weekly Update February 22, 2019
02/22/2019
The 2019 Coronado Community Read begins Saturday, February 23, with a Hometown Jamboree. Find out what else is in store during the five weeks of events and activities related to “The Practice House” in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Arbor Day activities at the “Plant a Tree in Coronado” event on Saturday, February 23; a scam prevention meeting hosted by Coronado Police set for March 14 and a Scam Prevention Public Service Announcement; the “All Things Seuss: Exhibit 1 and 2 set for March 1 through May 20; and Momma Boots, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Tree Damage
Weekly Update February 15, 2019
02/15/2019
The City fared pretty well following this week’s big storm. Find out about the impacts that were felt in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a joint effort to arrest someone in an identity theft case and two upcoming scam prevention meetings planned by Coronado Police; Monday’s Presidents’ Day holiday schedule; efforts to fill a 12-by-13-foot void under Eight Street and Coronado Avenue; the 2019 Coronado Community Read events about to start; and Ginger, this week's Pet of the Week. Each week, the City Manager's Office provides an update that includes information on programs, services and issues within the City, as well as news, project updates and follow-up information when necessary. Weekly Update link: http://bit.ly/2GtJgyI Weekly Update video link:
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Affordable Housing celebration
Weekly Update February 8, 2019
02/08/2019
The City celebrated the start of work to rehabilitate 35 City-owned affordable housing units. Find out about the construction in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about City efforts to patch potholes following recent storms; recent authorization by the City Council to further investigate taking over management and ownership of state Routes 75 and 282; the City’s Employee of the Year; a Navy air operations meeting presentation now online; and Skeeter, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Presidents' Day Holiday Schedule 2019
02/06/2019
The City of Coronado will observe the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, February 18, and reminds residents and businesses that some municipal facilities around town will remain open.
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Navy Air Ops Meeting
Navy Air Operations Presentation 1/31/2019
02/04/2019
The City and Naval Base Coronado held a public meeting on Thursday, January 31. Naval Base Coronado Commanding Officer Capt. Timothy J. Slentz gave an informative presentation on Navy air operations which is now online.
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Weekly Update February 1, 2019
02/01/2019
The City is planning a celebration of the start of work to rehabilitate City-owned affordable housing units. Find out about the commemoration in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a public meeting held this week to hear about the Navy’s air operations and community concerns; an update on the search for a new Library director; the Coronado Community Read program for 2019; new trees being planted along Orange Avenue; and Junior, this week's Pet of the Week.
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City to Celebrate Rehab of Affordable Housing
01/29/2019
The City of Coronado is excited to celebrate the beginning of work to rehabilitate 35 affordable housing units at four facilities scattered throughout Coronado. A formal commemoration of the rehabilitation effort will be held on Thursday, February 7, at 2 p.m. in front of the units on Orange Avenue.
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Meeting Flier
Weekly Update January 25, 2019
01/25/2019
The City and Navy invite the community to a meeting on air operations. Find out more about the January 31 gathering in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a planned celebration of the start of work to rehabilitate the City’s affordable housing properties; Caltrans’ plans to add spikes to the bridge and upgrade the Toll Plaza landscaping; a precautionary beach closure lifted earlier this week; the January 31 deadline to get your business certificate without paying the penalty; a Central Beach Restroom closure next week, and Monica, this week's Pet of the Week.
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City Hosts Navy Air Operations Meeting
01/23/2019
The City of Coronado and Naval Base Coronado will hold a meeting on Thursday, January 31, regarding Naval Base Coronado air operations and invites the community to attend.
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County Issues Precautionary Water Closure
01/20/2019
County health officials extended a beach closure from the border to include Coronado on Wednesday, January 16. It should be noted that several beach water samples were taken by the City in the days before and after the closure and all results indicated the water was within acceptable limits. The City and County will continue to test the waters, which may be reopened as early as Monday, January 21.
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El Cordova Fire
Weekly Update January 18, 2019
01/18/2019
A fire at the El Cordova Hotel caused significant damage. Find out more about the two-alarm fire in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the fast-approaching deadline to get your business certificate without paying the penalty; upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. holiday closures; renderings for the new Golf Course Clubhouse; more Police Department arrests and stolen items recovered that might be yours; and Nicholas, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Business Certificate Flier
Weekly Update January 11, 2019
01/11/2019
Don’t pay the penalty! Find out how to get your $29 Business Certificate fee in to the City to avoid a $50 penalty in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the special joint City Council-Cultural Arts Commission meeting held earlier this week; renovations underway at the Golf Course Clubhouse; a broadcast equipment upgrades at City Hall; work on the Transbay Pump Station; and Efy and Rusty, this week's Pets of the Week.
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Business Certificate Deadline Nears
01/09/2019
Those who conduct business in Coronado, whether located in town or not, must register their businesses with the City. The penalty for those who do not renew their certificates within 30 days of the due date is $50, and escalates thereafter. Don’t pay the penalty. Get your Business Certificate now. Don’t wait!
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Skatepark Ribbon-cutting
Weekly Update December 21, 2018
12/21/2018
Coronado celebrated the reopening of the Skatepark this week. Find out what new amenities were built to accommodate scooters in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City Council reorganization; a preliminary storm assessment issued following the powerful Dec. 6 storm; the deadline for the new Business Certificate program that takes the place of the former business tax; the interim Library director; and Becky, this week's Pet of the Week.
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2018 Year in Review
12/19/2018
Coronado 2018 Year in Review - A look at City Council accomplishments.
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Dec. 6 Storm Preliminary Report
12/18/2018
The City has issued a preliminary report assessing the citywide damage and needed repairs from a powerful storm earlier this month that hit Coronado especially hard.
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Weekly Update December 14, 2018
12/14/2018
Coronado is still working on clean-up and repairs from last week’s high-intensity storm. Find out what was affected, closed and being repaired in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about upcoming holiday events; a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the recently upgraded Coronado Skatepark set for December 19; four high-risk trees that will be removed next week; the City’s newest Fire truck; and Brady, this week's Pet of the Week.
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CoraMart Art
Weekly Update December 7, 2018
12/07/2018
Have you seen the Cora-Mart building lately? Find out how a temporary public art project has freshened up the faded entryway in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the holiday festivities that begin today, Friday, December 7, in Coronado; Parking Meter Holiday; the upcoming Ride the Lights event; boats washing ashore due to recent storms; and Kobe, this week's Pet of the Week who was adopted.
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Declaration of Local Emergency
12/07/2018
A local emergency has been declared in Coronado. The declaration, which has been posted publicly, is intended to facilitate the recovery of costs if funds are made available, and to cover actions related to the suspension of the Municipal Code in response to the emergency.
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2018-19 Coronado Holiday Schedule
12/03/2018
The City of Coronado will observe the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays on Tuesday, December 25, and Tuesday, January 1, and reminds residents and businesses that all non-public-safety facilities are closed both days.
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Sugar Gum Removals
Weekly Update November 30, 2018
11/30/2018
The City will remove several risky trees at Spreckels Park. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about storm preparation and monitoring; overnight Orange Avenue restriping this Sunday, December 2; the results of this week’s enhanced traffic enforcement; the upcoming Ride the Lights event; upcoming City Council agenda items of interest to the community; and Nala, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Silver Strand Celebration
Weekly Update November 16, 2018
11/16/2018
The City celebrated the completion of a fence project that was decades in the making. Find out about the Silver Strand Fence Project in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read an update on Coronado Engine 36 which is at the Hill Fire; the Thanksgiving Holiday schedule; a dangerous tree removal; another arrest in the City’s remotely monitored bicycle; and Milo, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Silver Strand Fence Completion Celebration
11/13/2018
The City is pleased to celebrate the completion of the Silver Strand Fence Project and invites those interested in checking out the new fencing to a simple ceremony at 9 a.m. on Thursday, November 15.
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Coronado Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule
11/13/2018
The City of Coronado will observe the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 22, and on Friday, November 23, and reminds residents and businesses that some facilities will remain open.
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Turkey Coloring Contest Winners
Weekly Update November 9, 2018
11/09/2018
Awards were handed out for the City’s annual Turkey Coloring Contest. Find out who was honored at the Nov. 6 City Council meeting and see cute images of the event in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Coronado Engine 36 responding to the Hill Fire; the recent Avenue of Heroes Ceremony; a dangerous tree slated for removal; overnight Orange Avenue repair work set for next week; Skatepark scooter upgrades next week; a planned Council Chamber audio/visual upgrade; and Bodie, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Library Director Announces Retirement
11/05/2018
After 30 years with the Coronado Public Library, Christian Esquevin has announced his retirement as director effective December 31.
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Downtown Goes Ghostly
Weekly Update November 2, 2018
11/02/2018
Halloween is a special holiday in Coronado. Find out how the festivities went in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the November 3 Avenue of Heroes Ceremony; a Fire Department badge-pinning ceremony; a Police Department detective recently honored; the City’s Out & About volunteer drivers being recognized; a Call to Local Artists; the Library accepting mail ballots November 6; and Phoebe, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Avenue of Heroes Ceremony Set
10/31/2018
The City of Coronado invites the public to attend the next Avenue of Heroes Dedication Ceremony at Coronado High School on Saturday, November 3.
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Orange Avenue Work
Weekly Update October 26, 2018
10/26/2018
Work to repair some problem patches of Orange Avenue will soon begin. Find out where the work will be done and how long it will take in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Police Department’s Prescription Drug Take-back Day; the Library accepting mail ballots for the November 6 election; weeding work along the Bayshore Bikeway early next month; Veterans Day holiday schedule and weekend events; and Felix, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Veterans Day Holiday Schedule 2018
10/24/2018
The City of Coronado will observe the Veterans Day holiday on Monday, November 12, and reminds residents and businesses that some City facilities will be open.
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Silver Strand Fencing project
Weekly Update October 19, 2018
10/19/2018
The Silver Strand Fencing project will do a lot to spruce up the southern stretch of state Route 75. Find out when the project will wrap up in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the start date of the City’s new Police Chief Charles “Chuck” Kaye; the delay of a Caltrans’ project to make Orange Avenue road repairs; the unique public-private partnership with PAWS of Coronado; and Mako, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Open House
Weekly Update October 12, 2018
10/12/2018
The City’s annual Public Safety Open House was held October 7. Find out what the event is about in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about connectivity issues with the interactive traffic signals near Naval Amphibious Base Coronado and City Hall; the City’s IT division being honored; an investigation by Coronado detectives that led to a fraud conviction; odors due to a storm drain project in the Country Club area; and Rusty, this week's Pet of the Week. Each week, the City Ma
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Columbus Day Holiday Schedule 2018
10/05/2018
The City will observe the Columbus Day holiday on Monday, October 8, and reminds residents and businesses that some municipal facilities will remain open.
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Weekly Update October 5, 2018
10/05/2018
The City Manager has named Coronado’s new police chief. Find out about Charles “Chuck” Kaye in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a public tree that was destroyed with an ax; Sunday’s Public Safety Open House; why officers and firefighters are wearing pink badges; the upcoming Columbus Day holiday schedule; tap water issues; beach accessibility mats; and Dexter, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Charles Kaye Named Coronado Police Chief
10/03/2018
Former San Diego Assistant Police Chief Charles “Chuck” Kaye has been selected as Coronado’s new police chief, City Manager Blair King announced today.
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The Practice House
Weekly Update September 28, 2018
09/28/2018
The book selected for the Coronado Community Read 2019 has been announced. Find out what book was chosen and what’s planned in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s participation in 92118 Day; overnight work to rehabilitate sections of Orange Avenue; the Silver Strand Fencing Project Phase II; more bollards going in around the City; and Otis, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Tree Down
Weekly Update September 21, 2018
09/21/2018
A large pine tree fell without warning at Spreckels Park this week. Find out what we know about the tree and what is planned in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s participation in a program for senior military members; more details on 92118 Day; upcoming work on Orange Avenue and at the Hotel del Coronado; the City’s use of the county’s Alert San Diego emergency-notification system; and Sunny, this week's Pet of the Week.
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City Participates in Veterans Program
09/19/2018
Coronado announces its participation in a program that allows transitioning service members to get hands-on experience in local government.
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9/11 Remembrance
Weekly Update September 14, 2018
09/14/2018
Coronado Fire and Police personnel marked the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Find out about two events held to honor the emergency responders and others who lost their lives that day in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about efforts to expand the use of Alert San Diego for community or regional disasters; an upcoming update on efforts to convert all gas-powered landscaping tools to electric; an update on a new Ladder Truck; traffic impacts along the Silver Strand for the Superfrog triathlon; new pool speakers; and Patty, this week's Pets of the Week.
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Successor Agency Refunding Bonds
09/11/2018
The City of Coronado notified the community via the August 31 City Manager’s Weekly Update newsletter of recent action taken by the Successor Agency to the former Coronado Development Agency to refinance its outstanding debt. This refinancing is being undertaken by the Successor Agency, an entity separate from the City of Coronado, however City staff is being asked by Coronado residents how they can purchase these bonds.
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Overhead Lines
Weekly Update September 7, 2018
09/07/2018
The City Council has begun working on plans to bury overhead utilities around Coronado. Find out what’s next for the completion of the Coronado Utility Undergrounding Master Plan in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about 92118 Day, a major special event that will impact residents and close some roadways; why there is fencing up along the Hotel del Coronado; construction and restaurant service at the Golf Course; the deadline to vote for the 2019 Coronado Community Read; and Kurt and Jimmy, this week's Pets of the Week.
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Sunset Park Vandalism
Weekly Update August 31, 2018
08/31/2018
There were two recent acts of vandalism to City property this week. Find out what happened and how citizens can help if they see something in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s Labor Day schedule; refinancing of the former redevelopment agency’s bonds and loans; end of the Free Summer Shuttle season; and Brutus, this week's Pet of the Week.
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U.S. Flag Half-staff Protocol
08/27/2018
The City subscribes to Gettysburg Flag Works’ half-staff alerts. Once an alert is received, the City Clerk ensures that U.S. Flag Code protocol is followed by instructing staff members to lower all flags on public property throughout Coronado to half-staff and to raise them back up to full staff as outlined in the order.
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Weekly Update August 24, 2018
08/24/2018
Bridge lanes will be reconfigured on the weekends. Find out why and how it should improve your commute in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Coronado Police welcoming students back to school; a North Beach water advisory lifted after one day; the Bike the Bay event on Sunday; the Golf Course concessionaire; Hotel del Coronado construction; Silver Strand fence improvements; and Roxy, this week's Pet of the Week.
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County Lifts North Beach Water Advisory
08/22/2018
County health officials issued an advisory for North Beach on Wednesday, August 22, after City staff forwarded early results from North Beach samples taken on Monday, August 20, indicating bacteria (enterococcus) counts above public notification thresholds.
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Weekly Update August 17, 2018
08/17/2018
Kids are going back to school next week. Find out what you can do to help our students get safely to school in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about new smoke-free signs going up along Orange Avenue; a sales tax update report; an update on the search for a new police chief; new Aquatics Center speakers; and Merlin, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update August 10, 2018
08/10/2018
The City is expecting more hot temperatures and high surf. Find out how to stay cool and remain safe in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about voting for the next Coronado Community Read; vandalism again at the Spreckels Park restroom; the City Council's upcoming consideration of a major undergrounding master plan; the City’s Employee of the Quarter; Harry Potter Day at the Library; a change to the Orange Avenue Banner program; and Mombo, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Active Shooter Training
Weekly Update August 3, 2018
08/03/2018
The City’s Police and Fire departments are staging for active-shooter drills at Coronado High School. Find out why in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a tree removal on H Avenue after a major branch failure; the latest events in the Library’s Summer Festival; a phone scam brochure now available at the Police Department; a recap of the Movies on the Bay event last week; and Chloe, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update July 27 .2018
07/27/2018
Lime Bike has retrieved its abandoned bikes. Find out how much the bike-sharing company paid and how many bikes the City has been storing in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a new restaurant building recently approved for the Coronado Ferry Landing; an award given to the City’s Nature’s Bridge to Discovery interpretive trail; upcoming youth soccer tournaments at various City parks; the Library’s Monday Movie Matinee; and Rico, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update July 20, 2018
07/20/2018
Coronado reached out to residents earlier this year with a citizen satisfaction survey. Find out how participants responded and how the City will use that information in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how scooters are now allowed at the City's Skatepark; the prohibition of e-cigarettes in town; the public art piano bench being vandalized; a telephone scam police are warning grandparents about; and Mimi, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Citizen Satisfaction Survey Results 2018
07/16/2018
Read about the results of the 2018 Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
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Weekly Update July 13, 2018
07/13/2018
Coronado’s Fire Engine 36 is part of a firefighting strike team. Find out how the Coronado Fire Department helped battle the West Fire last week in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a Navy waterline break; the latest on the Cora-Mart building; information on the upcoming General Election; how to become involved on a board, commission or committee; permit parking signs now up near Alameda Boulevard; and Lola, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update July 6, 2018
07/06/2018
We are wrapping up the Fourth of July holiday even though big crowds are still in town. Find out how the City managed its biggest holiday of the year in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s live Fourth of July parade coverage; a prowler reported at a home in Coronado this week; how the dockless bicycle recovery is going; hot temperatures expected this weekend; and Tiger, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update June 29, 2018
06/29/2018
Weekly Update – Fourth of July Edition. Find out all you need to know about the City’s biggest holiday celebration in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update, which details all the ins and outs of Coronado’s Independence Day events. Read about a list of Fourth of July frequently asked questions; new bollards for added security around the parade perimeter; parking restrictions; what to do if you’re towed; live Coronado TV parade coverage and viewing details; boating and beach lifeguard news for the Fourth; and much more.
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July 4th FAQ
06/29/2018
Coronado Fourth of July - Frequently Asked Questions Coronado welcomes you to enjoy the Fourth of July celebration this year. Please review and share this list of frequently asked questions to help make your Fourth of July here safe and enjoyable.
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Fourth of July 2018 Preparations
06/29/2018
Coronado’s Fourth of July celebration is a day filled with activities for the entire family. As the City prepares for all the festivities, including a popular parade and a fireworks show, it wants the community to be ready for one of the City’s largest celebrations.
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Lifeguards Add Tower, Offer July 4 Tips
06/29/2018
To increase the level of service at Coronado Central Beach, the City has added an additional seasonal lifeguard tower. As summer nears, the Coronado Lifeguards have a few safety tips for those coming to the beach this Independence Day:
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City Approves Noise Permit for Generator at Vons
06/27/2018
The City advises the community that it issued a noise permit today to Vons to provide emergency power using a portable generator while the grocer works to make needed repairs and prepares to reopen following a fire in the basement.
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Mayor to Speak to North American Environmental Officials
06/26/2018
On behalf of the full City Council, Mayor Richard Bailey will attend a meeting today of top environmental officials from the United States, Mexico and Canada to seek help in resolving the cross-border sewage issue that plagues San Diego. The City of Coronado has been working with local, state and federal officials to get infrastructure in place on both sides of the border to eliminate sewage flows that pollute beaches in San Diego County. The effort in Oklahoma involves meeting with U.S. officials to urge funding for infrastructure projects. Coronado’s efforts complement those by neighboring cities and the Port of San Diego, who are suing the federal government, as well as efforts by county officials.
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Vons Evacuated, Closed After Fire
06/24/2018
Shoppers were evacuated this morning from a Vons on Orange Avenue after a fire associated with a refrigeration unit in the basement caused heavy smoke to fill the grocery store, and the sprinklers to be activated.
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Ask Coronado
Weekly Update June 22, 2018
06/22/2018
See a pothole or a missing street sign? Have a question or concern? Find out how to report and share that information using the City’s “Ask Coronado” app in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about preparations for Coronado’s big Fourth of July celebration; an update on the decal parking zone; efforts to structure the former redevelopment agency obligations to benefit local schools; an ordinance to prohibit e-cigarettes; the City’s new Mobile Command Center; annual kelp on the beach, damage to a public art piano; and Puggle, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update June 15, 2018
06/15/2018
Security bollards will be used for the first time around the Fourth of July Parade. Find out more about the new security measure in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s new interim Police Chief; increased use of the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp; a follow-up on the hazardous materials cleanup following a June 4 fire; the opening of the C3 Gallery’s summer exhibition; and Calvin and Hobbs, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Fourth of July Municipal Holiday Schedule
06/14/2018
The City of Coronado will observe the Fourth of July holiday on Wednesday, July 4, and reminds residents and businesses that some municipal facilities will remain open. Here is the schedule.
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City Names Interim Police Chief
06/14/2018
City Manager Blair King has named Edward Aceves to the position of interim director of Police Services while a full recruitment is conducted.
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Fire Scene
Weekly Update June 8, 2018
06/08/2018
Firefighters battled a garage fire Monday, June 4, that turned into a hazardous materials cleanup. Find out what county and federal health officials found in the debris in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a “storefront etiquette” letter going out to local businesses; help the City is getting in its efforts to combat illegal short-term rentals; the birth of a seal pup on the bike path near the Cays; the draft Active Transportation plan now online; the newest C3 Gallery Exhibition; and Amie, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Health Officials at Scene of Mercury Spill
06/05/2018
A garage fire at a Coronado home on Monday has resulted in a hazardous materials cleanup involving local and federal health officials. There were no evacuations or reported injuries.
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