Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Storm Update: Country Club Area Residents Cleared to Use Toilets

City crews are busy after nearly four inches of rain that drenched Coronado on Jan. 22.

Coronado residents in the country club area can now use flush their toilets, according to city officials. However, city crews are still working on the pump station repairs, so the city is asking residents in the impacted area to continue limiting drainage use that includes not using dishwashers, showers, washing machines. Basic hygiene needs like washing hands is okay.

The impacted area is west of Alameda Blvd. to Naval Air Station North Island.

The city will evaluate the repairs and post an update this afternoon on the status of drain usage for the impacted area. We will update this post as more information becomes available.

“The city understands the impact this is having and appreciates the community’s patience,” said Andrea McCullough, communications and engagement officer for the city, in an email.

The city’s recreation services released the following updates as of 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 23:
  • John D. Spreckels Center: Closed until further notice
  • Golf Course: Closed until further notice
  • Skate park: Closed until further notice
  • Tennis courts: Clean-up is in progress. Call (619) 522-2650 for opening times.
  • Community Center: Fully open; programs resume today. The gymnasium opened at noon for open play.



Megan Kitt
Megan Kitt
Megan has worked as a reporter for more than 15 years, and her work in both print and digital journalism has been published in more than 25 publications worldwide. She is also an award-winning photographer. She holds BA degrees in journalism, English literature and creative writing and an MA degree in creative writing and literature. She believes a quality news publication's purpose is to strengthen a community through informative and connective reporting.Megan is also a mother of three and a Navy spouse. After living around the world both as a journalist and as a military spouse, she immediately fell in love with San Diego and Coronado for her family's long-term home.Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: [email protected]

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