Coronado Beaches are Closed

Coronado Beaches are Closed

Press Release from the City of Coronado

NEWS ADVISORY
Contact: Janine Zuniga
(619) 522-7340

Coronado to Close Beach During Public Health Crisis

CORONADO, Calif. (April 3, 2020)Coronado’s beach will be closed due to the coronavirus spread effective at midnight.

Staff will post the beach access points with closure signs. The public may not enter the public beach until further notice.

At a special meeting on Tuesday, March 31, the City Council ordered the beach closed on weekends. At the meeting, the Council also closed the dog washing station at Dog Beach, playground equipment at all parks, the bandstand at Spreckels Park and the tennis courts. On Thursday, the City also closed Sunset Park due to people congregating there when the weekday beach closure went into effect.

Though many residents were complying with social distancing, the City wants to discourage people from coming to Coronado, creating greater opportunities for the spread of the coronavirus.

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City Council Closes Beach on Weekends

City Council Closes Beach on Weekends

City of Coronado
NEWS ADVISORY
Contact:  Janine Zuniga
(619) 522-7340

City Council Closes Beach on Weekends, Limits Park Access 

CORONADO, Calif. (March 31, 2020) – At a special meeting Tuesday, March 31, the City Council ordered the closure of its beach, including Dog Beach, on weekends and street parking on the west side of Ocean Boulevard every day to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Council members also placed off-limits the dog washing station at Dog Beach at all times and asked staff to place hand sanitizer stations at beach access points during the week.

The Council also closed the playground equipment at all parks, the bandstand at Spreckels Park, and its tennis courts seven days a week. Parks will remain open. The Council agreed to close the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp when the Harbor Police limit recreational access to San Diego Bay.

The no-parking on Ocean Boulevard will extend around Sunset Park seven days a week. 

The City Council will place an item on the April 7 agenda to evaluate the closures.

The City will continue to monitor the beach and Coronado Police and Lifeguards will work to ensure visitors are complying with the state’s public health order that enforces social distancing.

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Coronado’s Neighbor 2 Neighbor Initiative

Coronado’s Neighbor 2 Neighbor Initiative

Coronado’s Neighbor-to-Neighbor (N-2-N) is a program built on neighbors looking out for and helping one another. With multiple help-your-neighbor efforts springing up around Coronado immediately after the declaration of a national emergency, a group of citizens approached the City to propose a unified and coordinated effort to provide support to our citizens and neighbors. Through this partnership, local volunteers, your neighbors, with the support of the City of Coronado, are undertaking initiatives to get the word out to all our citizens; helping deliver food, medications, and other needs to people needing assistance; providing critical transportation for those in need; and coordinating donations to assist those suffering severe financial hardship during these times.

Programs are being organized by volunteers in the Coronado Cays, Coronado Shores, Coronado Village and Navy Housing. Coronado’s N-2-N initiative will enable residents to be better informed and able to take advantage of local efforts and resources. Launching in the next few days, be on the look-out for a neighbor to deliver a letter with program details. This program is entirely voluntary. It establishes a practical, enduring system of communication between neighbors and a simple system to ensure neighbors are OK. It is a conduit for establishing effective communications and neighborly “check-ins” as well as serving as liaisons to make the city aware of needs or trends that may arise in their neighborhoods.

In the days to come, look for a neighbor to reach out to you about this program. Again, the program is entirely voluntary and run by volunteers but during these uncertain times it is important that we maintain our sense of community. If you do not receive information regarding this program and want to participate please contact the Neighbor-to-Neighbor (N-2-N) program coordinator at CoronadoN2N@gmail.com or contact the Coronado Call Center at (619) 522-6380.

Coronado Restaurant Bingo

Coronado Restaurant Bingo

Coronado Restaurant Bingo for the win!Coronado Restaurant Bingo

Support our local restaurants! The Coronado Chamber of Commerce invites you and your family to join in a game of Coronado Restaurant BINGO to help support our local eateries! 

For more info and to print out your Bingo card, log on to: www.coronadochamber.com

 

PAWS Canine Mayoral Race 2020

PAWS Canine Mayoral Race 2020

PAWS Canine Mayoral Race 2020

PAWS of Coronado is excited to announce the 2020 Canine Mayoral Election!  This bi-annual event raises funds to help cover medical care for the animals at PAWS.  The fundraiser kicks off February 10, 2020 when applications are available for hopeful “caninedidates.”

PAWS is calling all local four legged Paw-liticians with something to say.  Applications will be accepted through February 28.  Campaigning begins March 1 and voting takes place April 1-30.  The inauguration will take place in the beginning of May (exact date TBA).  To qualify, all of the caninedidates must be residents of Coronado or have been adopted from PAWS of Coronado, see additional information in application.  All applications must be submitted online or delivered to the Coronado Animal Care Facility (1395 First Street).

The winner will serve as Coronado’s Canine Mayor for a two year term, runner ups will be members of the Canine City Council.  All participants are welcome to join PAWS in the annual Fourth of July Parade and other PAWS activities!

https://pawsofcoronado.org/2020-coronado-canine-mayoral-election-kick-off/

City Council Closes Beach on Weekends

City Observes President’s Day 2020

Press Release from City of Coronado…..

Coronado Presidents’ Day Holiday Schedule

CORONADO, CA (January 27, 2020) – The City of Coronado will observe the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, February 17, and reminds residents and businesses that some municipal facilities around town will remain open.

Public Services crews will not sweep streets on the holiday. EDCO will perform regular residential trash collection on Presidents’ Day. Certain City of Coronado departments and services will be open with varying hours of operation.

Here is the Presidents’ Day schedule:

Presidents' Day Sked

Posted on 02/14/2020
Second Hand Prose January Sale

Second Hand Prose January Sale

Second Hand Prose January Sale

The January sale at Second Hand Prose book store features Health and Fitness books, and all audiobooks and DVD’s, buy any 2 get one free of equal or lesser value. 

Second Hand Prose is open daily.  The Friends of the Coronado Public Library operates a book store, Second Hand Prose, behind the Library on D Avenue across from Coronado High School.

www.coronadofol.org

Spreckels Music Series

Spreckels Music Series

Spreckels Music Series Inaugural Concert: The John D. Spreckels Center announces the inaugural event in the Spreckels Music Series. The Series is a new initiative to host high-caliber music performances that engage the 50-plus audience. A diverse mix of performances will be offered. On Thursday, October 10, from 6 to 8:15 p.m., 35 members of the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus perform selections from two of their previous concerts. The cost is $30 for Coronado residents and $37 for nonresidents and includes a reception from 6 to 7 p.m. with light refreshments and beverages provided. Beer and wine will be available for purchase. We expect this event to sell out quickly so reserve your tickets now.  Sponsors are needed. For information, stop by the Spreckels Center at 1019 Seventh St., call (619) 522-7343, or visit online at www.coronado.ca.us/spreckels.