Labor Day Holiday

Labor Day Holiday

From the City of Coronado Weekly Update:

Labor Day Holiday: The City will observe the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 2. Some City facilities will be open with varying hours of operation. Public Services crews will not sweep streets on the holiday. EDCO will not perform regular residential trash collection on Labor Day. As a result, service will be delayed one day. Here is the Labor Day schedule:

Labor Day Sked 2019

50th Bridge Commemorative Medallions

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge this year, the City of Coronado updated commemorative medallions that were first produced in 1969. The medallions were updated to reflect the 50th anniversary and a limited number were produced. There are about 70 left. The medallions can be purchased while supplies last for $35 plus tax each. For more information, contact Kelly Purvis at or (619) 522-2633.

From the City of Coronado Weekly Update 8-31-19

Registration OPENS for Fall/Winter Recreation

Registration OPENS for Fall/Winter Recreation

Fall 2019 registration for City of Coronado’s Fall/Winter Recreation programs opens to Coronado Residents on August 28, available online only. For more information about classes, programs and registration: Coronado Recreation and Golf Services:  City of Coronado Recreation Guide Fall Winter 2019 lores

In addition to an array of programs, Coronado Community Center has world-class facilities including:

  • Aquatics center with a 50 meter competitive pool and a shallow recreational/instructional pool.
  • Gymnasium with NCAA regulation sized basketball court for basketball, volleyball and badminton.
  • An amazing indoor Climbing Wall which features a flat face wall, overhangs and chimney.
  • A Fitness Center in which you can enjoy the view of Glorietta Bay as you work out.
  • A Dance Studio featuring hardwood floors, ballet barres and floor-to-ceiling mirrors.

Coronado Police Officer Honored

From the City of Coronado weekly newsletter:

Coronado Police Officer Bill Hughes named Officer of the Year

Officer of the Year:  Last week, Coronado Police Officer Bill Hughes was recognized as the San Diego Scottish Rite Officer of the Year. This is a big honor. Hughes was nominated for the work he did on a case last summer after responding to Hotel del Coronado where security officers reported a person acting strangely. Hughes discovered a woman had changed rooms to get to a higher floor several times. Staff reported seeing a small arsenal of weapons in her room. Hughes found and detained the suspect and determined that she had an illegal assault rifle, two handguns and several loaded magazines. She was arrested. When the woman made bail and returned to pick up her personal possessions, Hughes determined that she might be a danger to herself and others and called for a psychiatric hold. The City also thanks officer Hughes for his diligent work on this case.

Historic Preservation Symposium 2019

Historic Preservation Symposium: The Coronado Historical Association will host a free Historic Preservation Symposium on Thursday, May 30, at 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Coronado Historical Association, 1100 Orange Ave. Architect Ione Stiegler will give a presentation titled “Reconstructing the Past: Peeling Back Layers on the Sikes Adobe Farmstead, Warner’s Ranch, and Many More Historic Sites.” Coronado Associate Planner Tricia Olsen will describe the City’s Historic Resource Ordinance and the process to apply for Historic Designation and Mills Act tax incentives.

Summer Shuttle 2019 Kicks Off

Summer Shuttle 2019 Kicks Off

Summer Shuttle 2019 Kicks Off: City leaders, local hoteliers and members of the community attended a kick-off event on Friday, May 24, for Coronado’s Free Summer Shuttle program. The event was held on the first day of service at 10 a.m. at Coronado Rotary Plaza. Four brightly wrapped buses will be in service from the Memorial Day holiday weekend through Labor Day. After the kick-off ceremony, the community was invited to take a ride. Discover Coronado again paid to wrap the four buses, which are larger this year. The City will contract with MTS to provide special free bus service on the Fourth of July for Cays residents as well as extended service in the Village, and free bus rides are available to Cays residents for use throughout the summer. Free Compass Cards can be picked up at the Cays Homeowners Association office during business hours.

Reprinted from the City of Coronado Weekly Update