- The City, along with Interfaith Housing, celebrated the beginning of work to rehabilitate 35 of Coronado’s affordable housing units
- Three storms hit SD County over the past week and a general water advisory was issued for the beaches out of an abundance of caution, not based on poor water quality test results
- Third & C pavement repairs have been delayed due to recent storms
- City Council authorized City Manager to hire contractor to analyze Caltrans report on relinquishment of State Routes 75 and 282
- Congratulations to CPD Sergeant Mark Harris who was named 2018 Employee of the Year
- Local high school student made threat against another student on social media; the suspect was arrested at home without incident
- City and NBC held a public meeting on Naval air operations and the information can now be found on the city’s website under the recent news section
- Candidates for the Library Director position will be invited to be interviewed in February
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.
Get up to speed on what’s going on in Coronado with this video preview of the latest edition of the Coronado City Manager’s Weekly Update, as well as a sampling of the updates below. Read the full update on the City’s website.
Navy Air Operations Presentation: The City and Naval Base Coronado held a public meeting last week at the Library. Naval Base Coronado Commanding Officer Capt. Timothy J. Slentz gave an informative presentation on Navy air operations. At the request of some in attendance, Capt. Slentz’s presentation can now be found under Recent News on the City’s home page.
Port Master Plan Update Workshops: As part of the Port of San Diego’s public outreach efforts for its Integrated Planning Port Master Plan Update process, the public is invited to two upcoming board workshops during which the Board of Port Commissioners will discuss future planning for the Embarcadero. The Board Workshops are being held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 12, and at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 25, at the Port of San Diego Administration Building, 3165 Pacific Highway.
City Council Meeting Items: The following are noteworthy items from the February 5 City Council meeting:
- The City Council authorized the City Manager to hire a contractor to analyze and review the California Department of Transportation’s report on the relinquishment of state Routes 75 and 282. For a not-to-exceed amount of $40,000, the contractor will conduct an economic analysis of the benefits versus costs of taking over ownership and maintenance of state Routes 75 and 282.
- The City Council accepted the Parking Permit Survey results conducted by City staff and directed staff to leave the trial suspension of the Permit Parking Zone “as is” with the addition of Palm Avenue between Third and Fourth streets going forward.
Storm Activity Response: Three storms hit San Diego County from Thursday, January 31, through Monday, February 4. Despite a good amount of rainfall, there was nothing exceptional to report but minor street flooding and minor tree issues. A general water advisory recommending avoiding water contact for 72 hours was issued on Thursday, January 31, for all coastal waters. Out of an abundance of caution, San Diego County health officials closed the beaches, but it was not based upon test results.
See the complete City Manager’s Weekly Update, visit the city’s website.