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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 "Chuck: Kaye
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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Bikes at CHS
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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High Surf
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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Lime Bikes
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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Fire Engine 36
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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CTV Parade
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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Bollards
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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Weekly Update June 1, 2018
06/01/2018
City leaders joined with supporters and sponsors of the Free Summer Shuttle to kick off its sixth season. Find out more about this year’s schedule in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City being named to Dr. Beach’s Top 10 Best Beaches in the United States; security officers back on duty at the fire rings; the latest exhibit at the C3 Gallery; the Library serving as a ballot drop-off site; Memorial Day activities held last weekend; and Katana, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Sunset Park
Weekly Update May 25, 2018
05/25/2018
Summer is almost here. Find out about the reopening of Sunset Park, the Memorial Day Holiday schedule, the start of the Free Summer Shuttle and the Promenade Concert series in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a City Council presentation on May 24 on the state of the City; the final of two public forums held to seek public input on the City’s historic property designation process; design concepts for possible improvements at Five Points; security bollards being installed around the City; and Rico, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Sunset Park Reopens
05/24/2018
Sunset Park, which overlooks North Beach, was officially reopened on Thursday, May 24, for public use.
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Sit a Spell and Play a Tune Program Underway
05/23/2018
“Sit a Spell and Play a Tune” is an interactive artistic and musical public art program of the City’s Cultural Arts Commission that places three brightly wrapped pianos ready to be played at outdoor locations around Coronado.
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Historic Preservation Program Input Sought
05/19/2018
A City Council subcommittee tasked with reviewing Coronado’s historic property designation process is asking the community for input at two planned public forums, May 22 and May 30.
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Pothole Repairs
Weekly Update May 18, 2018
05/18/2018
Have you noticed more potholes being filled along Orange Avenue? Find out why there is an increase in the number and speed of road repairs in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a presentation on May 24 by the City Council on the state of the City; two public forums planned to seek public input on the City’s historic property designation process; a public workshop on May 21 on possible improvements at Five Points; new permanent ped crossing signs on Third and Fourth at F; short-term rental enforcement; the Free Summer Shuttle kick-off event; and Samantha, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Public Invited to Council Presentation
05/15/2018
The City Council invites the community to attend a public presentation of interest to the citizens of Coronado given by the Mayor and City Council.
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Summer Shuttle Kick-off Planned
05/12/2018
City leaders, supporters and sponsors of Coronado’s Free Summer Shuttle will gather on Friday, May 25, to officially kick off service of the popular program that helps keep residents and visitors out of their cars during Coronado’s busiest season. The event, held on the first day of service, will begin at 10 a.m. at Coronado Rotary Plaza. Four brightly wrapped buses will be in service. After the kick-off ceremony, the community is invited to take a ride. Refreshments will be served.
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Weekly Update May 11, 2018
05/11/2018
May is Bike Month. Find out how you can get in on the fun activities planned, including Coronado Bikes to the Movies night, in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Avenue of Heroes dedication ceremony May 12; the FY 2018-19 Budget highlights; two public forums planned to seek public input on the City’s historic property designation process; the Free Summer Shuttle kick-off event; and Nigel, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Memorial Day 2018 Holiday Schedule
05/08/2018
The City of Coronado will observe the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 28, and reminds residents that some municipal facilities will remain open.
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Weekly Update May 4, 2018
05/04/2018
The public is invited to the next Avenue of Heroes Dedication Ceremony on Saturday, May 12. Find out where and what the program is all about in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about new Library hours; Tuesday’s budget workshop; Phase 2 of the Cays Median Project; Bulky Trash Pickup week; the Free Summer Shuttle kick-off event; and Teemo, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Monument Entrance Area
Weekly Update April 27, 2018
04/27/2018
Work to spruce up the area around the monument sign at the entrance to Coronado will soon begin. Find out what’s being done in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the public workshop held last week to get input on decorative lighting and improvement designs for Third and Fourth streets; the new Coronado Flower Lady stand; upcoming Bike Month activities; MotorCars on MainStreet set for this Sunday; a budget workshop set for May 8; and Bethany, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Flower Show
Weekly Update April 20, 2018
04/20/2018
The Flower Show and Library Book Fair are this weekend. Find out more about these events in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Police Department’s most recent Cite Day; road construction along the Silver Strand’s southern stretches; a Third and Fourth streets lighting and landscaping public workshop on April 24; and Luna, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Sunset Park sod
Weekly Update April 13, 2018
04/13/2018
Grass is being installed at Sunset Park this week and, while the most visible, it’s not the main improvement. Find out what the main component of the project is in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about Police Chief Jon Froomin’s big announcement; the upcoming Third and Fourth Streets Neighborhood Lighting and Landscape Improvements public workshop; the newly painted Caltrans utility boxes along Orange Avenue; new banners along Orange celebrating local artists; and Jordan, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Police Chief Jon Froomin Announces Retirement
04/12/2018
Jon Froomin has announced his retirement as Coronado Police Chief, a position he has held for five years. His last day is July 9.
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Place Your Ad in the Coronado Summer Shuttle
04/12/2018
Coronado is offering interior advertising space on the City’s popular Free Summer Shuttles. Space is available to Coronado businesses and groups advertising local services and events. Four shuttles will operate between the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends.
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Weekly Update April 6. 2018
04/06/2018
Scooters may soon be allowed at the City’s Skatepark. Find out what was involved in making the decision in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City’s new Community Development Director, Rich Grunow; Coronado’s Affordable Rental Housing plan; an update on an ordinance regulating drone use; the leaf blower conversion; and Sprinkles, this week's Pet of the Week.
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City Hires New Community Development Director
04/03/2018
City Manager Blair King is pleased to announce the appointment of Rich Grunow as Coronado’s new Community Development Director. Grunow is set to start work May 7.
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Tsunami Awareness Week
Weekly Update, March 30, 2018
03/30/2018
Weekly Update March 30, 2018
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Florals by locals
Weekly Update, March 23, 2018
03/23/2018
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Arbor Day
Weekly Update, March 16, 2018
03/16/2018
Arbor Day Tree Plantings throughout the City will take place in Spreckels Park tomorrow, March 17. Check out images of the public art that will wrap Caltrans utility boxes and also the Spring C3 Gallery Exhibition, in the latest addition in the Coronado City Manager’s weekly update. You can also read about upcoming events at the Spreckels Center, the Boathouse and the Library; the Blood Drive sponsored by the Police Department; and Monica, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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GFOA Award
Weekly Update, March 9, 2018
03/09/2018
The City of Coronado was recently awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). Find out how to participate in the Arbor Day tree plantings in the latest addition in the Coronado City Manager’s weekly update. You can also read about new Orange Avenue Banners; an upcoming Spreckels Park Restroom Closure; the SuperSEAL Triathlon impacts; and Salvador, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Currents Newsletter
Weekly Update, March 2, 2018
03/02/2018
The latest edition of the City’s newsletter Currents is in mailboxes and online. Find out how the City keeps the turf at Spreckels Park looking its best year after year, in the latest edition of the City Manager’s Weekly Update.
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Kiley - Pet of the Week
Weekly Update, February 23, 2018
02/23/2018
Get tips on protecting yourself against tax season scams. Find out which new programs and events are coming up at the John D. Spreckels and Bowling Green, including a floral program, in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager's Weekly Update.
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Spreckels Center
Weekly Update, February 16, 2018
02/16/2018
Presidents’ Day is Monday, February 19. Find out which City facilities are open on the holiday in the latest addition in the Coronado Manager's weekly update. You can also read about Spreckels Center Events; the collision on Silver Strand; the improvements at Sunset Park; the Community Read kick-off; and Tucker, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update February 9, 2018
02/09/2018
What is 92118 Day? Find out who is proposing a City celebration on September 21, 2018, in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Navy water main break; Vietnam veterans being honored; a call to local artists; the Community Read kick-off; and Angelica, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Water Main
Weekly Update February 2, 2018
02/02/2018
A water main break flooded the 100 block of B Avenue. Find out who is responsible and how long repairs will take in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the rescheduled Navy public meeting regarding the V-22 Osprey; Coronado Golf Pro Brian Smock being recently honored; an Active Transportation Public Workshop set for next week; recent bicycle theft arrests; and Odin, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Spreckels Center
Weekly Update January 26, 2018
01/26/2018
The Spreckels Center’s architect has received a design award for the project. Find out more about the award in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about a rescheduled Navy Public meeting; a Sales Tax Report; the upcoming Community Read program; a new pedestrian crossing sign; and Emily, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Driving Range Tee
Weekly Update January 19, 2018
01/19/2018
The Coronado Golf Course completed a driving range tee renovation. Find out about the improvements in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about work at the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp that will close the boat wash area; work to develop a citywide Utility Undergrounding Master Plan; an update to the City’s Municipal Code regarding accessory dwelling units; water quality information; and Regina, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update January 12, 2018
01/12/2018
The City’s concessionaire, Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill, is closed for planned maintenance. Find out about the work in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Silver Strand State Beach closure and boats adrift following the recent storm; a public workshop on the Active Transportation Master Plan set for next week; improvements coming to Sunset Park; and Sammy, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Roundabout Work
Weekly Update January 5, 2018
01/05/2018
Construction last week on the Pomona Roundabout has made it safer. Find out about the changes in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the recently hired interim Community Development director; why Christmas trees may not be burned at the beach; an upcoming survey and meeting regarding the City’s Active Transportation Master Plan; the Fire Department’s foray into social media; and Butter, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
01/03/2018
The City of Coronado will observe the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday, January 15, and reminds residents and businesses that some municipal facilities will remain open.
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Interim Director Named
12/28/2017
City Manager Blair King has named Tina Christiansen, who has 27 years of experience in municipal government, to the position of interim director of Community Development while a full recruitment is conducted. Christiansen, a registered architect, i
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Spreckels Center Tree
Weekly Update December 22, 2017
12/21/2017
Christmas tree recycling begins the day after Christmas. Find out how to recycle for regular trash pick-up and where you can drop off whole trees in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the City's upcoming holiday schedule; the retirements of longtime City employees; changes to the campaign disclosure filing rules; a new design for the Flower Lady's stand; and Blair, this week's Pet of the Week.
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Parade of Lights Tour
Weekly Update December 15, 2017
12/15/2017
Countdown to the holidays. Find out about a special paddle event to see the Parade of Lights on Sunday, December 17; municipal holiday closures; and parking meter holidays in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the retirement of the City’s Community Development director; important Fire Department updates; upcoming Spreckels Center daytrips; new Police Department officers; and Brandy, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Holiday Schedule
Coronado Holiday Schedule 2017-18
12/13/2017
The City of Coronado will observe the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays on Monday, December 25, and Monday, January 1, and reminds residents and businesses that, except for the Golf Course, City facilities will be closed both days.
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Ride the LIghts 2016
Weekly Update December 8, 2017
12/08/2017
The Ride the Lights event is Sunday, December 10. Find out how to participate in this community holiday bike ride in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Sunday, December 10, closure of Country Club Lane as it is turned into Candy Cane Lane; the result of a request to operate a bike-sharing program in Coronado; new trash bins coming to Orange Avenue; upgrades to Sunset Park; and Teo, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Holiday Prep
Weekly Update December 1, 2017
12/01/2017
The City is gearing up for the holidays. Find out about the Holiday Parade, Snow Mountain, Letters to Santa, Breakfast with Santa, and all the events coming up in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the annual “Parking Meter Holidays,” the arrival of the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group next week; the renewal of the City’s Silver-level status as a Bicycle Friendly Community; vandalism at the Portable Restroom Trailer; and Meeka, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Weekly Update November 17, 2017
11/17/2017
Thanksgiving is next week. Find out what City facilities are open and what will be closed in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the annual Turkey Trot traffic and parking impacts; a Coronado Island Film Festival recap; the annual Teddy Bear Drive’s efforts; a Caltrans meeting on bridge suicide deterrents; and Camella, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Turkey Coloring Contest
Weekly Update November 9, 2017
11/09/2017
A film festival, half marathon, golf tournament and a Navy celebration are among the events going on in Coronado this Veterans Day weekend. Find out when they will all take place in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about recent accidents and the City’s annual traffic report; the latest from the City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 7; an update on the Cays sewer main cleaning; the removal of four ailing Deodar cedar trees on Orange; and Linda, this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Downtown Goes Ghostly
Weekly Update November 3, 2017
11/03/2017
Veterans Day weekend is going to be busy. Find out about all the events going on in Coronado November 10-12 in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about how Coronado celebrated Halloween; Daylight Saving Time; a Strand Traffic community meeting; the C3 Gallery’s newest exhibition; more palm pruning; and this week’s Pets of the Week.
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Halloween Decor
Weekly Update October 27, 2017
10/27/2017
Halloween is here. Find out about upcoming holiday events happening this weekend and next week in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about “Retreat from the Heat” activities planned for local students by Recreation staff due to high temperatures and half days; senseless vandalism at the Spreckels Park accessible restroom; arrests made this week in connection with a stabbing in August; new FEMA flood maps, and this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Currents Vol. 43
Weekly Update October 20, 2017
10/20/2017
Coronado Currents should be in mailboxes next week. Find out what’s inside the City’s 6-page newsletter in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update.
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Veterans Day 2017 Holiday Schedule
10/19/2017
The City of Coronado will observe the Veterans Day holiday on Friday, November 10.
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Coastal Campus Entrance Map
Weekly Update October 13, 2017
10/13/2017
Construction is set to begin next week at the new State Route 75 entrance to the Navy’s Coastal Campus. Find out what’s in store and how long it will last in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Public Safety Open House held last Sunday, October 8; two street improvement projects going on in the Cays; the early reopening of the Aquatics Center pools; a new exhibit at the Coronado Public Library; and Ninja, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Ready Player One
Weekly Update October 6, 2017
10/06/2017
The Coronado Public Library and the Cultural Arts Commission have announced the 2018 Coronado Community Read. Find out what book was selected in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about the Columbus Day Holiday schedule; a suspension of the City’s Decal Parking Permit Zone near Naval Air Station North Island; a marijuana ordinance introduced by the City Council this week; and the adoption of Azalea, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Opposition to Senate Bill 649
10/05/2017
Let Your Voice be Heard on SB 649 Senate Bill 649 Wireless telecommunication facilities.
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Cays Street
Weekly Update September 29, 2017
09/29/2017
The Cays will be getting some major street improvements. Find out when and where in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about guilty pleas in the Which Wich armed robbery; an update on the Hepatitis A outbreak; the milestone in the Out & About program; palm pruning around Coronado; and Logan, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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Columbus Day 2017 Holiday Schedule
09/28/2017
The City of Coronado will observe the Columbus Day holiday on Monday, October 9, and reminds residents and businesses of what municipal facilities will remain open and what will close.
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Mike Blood
Weekly Update September 22, 2017
09/22/2017
Fire Chief Mike Blood is retiring. Find out how he was honored this week in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about projects involving improvements to Sunset Park and the Five Points intersection; the purchase of a new fire truck; the upcoming Public Safety Open House on October 8; and Spencer, this week’s Pet of the Week who has been adopted. Don’t worry, we have many more pets looking for homes.
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Firefighters Stair Climb
Weekly Update September 15, 2017
09/15/2017
Monday was the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Find out how the City and its public safety officials commemorated the day in the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update. You can also read about new median banners in recognition of the upcoming Coronado Island Film Festival; Cays Sewer Main cleaning that will require excavation work along the pipeline; free programming at the Spreckels Center on Thursdays in September; and Dolly, this week’s Pet of the Week.
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