Friday, October 30, 2020

City of Coronado

Coronado Labor Day Holiday Schedule 2020 

The City will observe the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 7. Here’s a list that includes facilities that will be open with varying hours...

COVID-19 Update – Friday, August 28, 2020: State, County Announce Reopenings

State, County Announce Reopenings The Governor has announced a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – August 28, 2020

https://youtu.be/6iR9JqmCsDUThe City welcomed community members 50-plus and those with underlying health conditions to get some Relief from the Heat this week. Find out more...

Tim Rohan Takes a Stand: City Council Candidate Talks COVID, Communication, and Cross-Border Sewage

“I’m not a politician,” says Tim Rohan, who moved to Coronado as a first-grader in 1961. “I have no higher political ambitions.”So why is...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – August 21, 2020

https://youtu.be/6eIhdzqmdioThe Council approved the playground design and equipment for Mathewson Park. Find out more about the complete renovation and what’s next in the latest...

Chamber of Commerce Chairman Honored as Coronado Welcomes Its New Chairwoman

It was like a scene from Ocean’s Eleven: one by one the Coronado Chamber of Commerce board members assembled on the marina view promenade...

The Return of Tanaka: Why Former Mayor Seeks a Spot on City Council

Casey Tanaka is no stranger to local politics. Although most know him as former Mayor of Coronado—he served from 2008 until 2016--he actually attended...

City COVID-19 Update – Friday, August 14, 2020

Mask Up! Coronado The City launched its “Mask Up! Coronado” campaign last month to educate visitors, residents and businesses about the importance of wearing a...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – August 7, 2020

https://youtu.be/kYk5KTESLhEAs part of its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the City has banned all gas-powered leaf blowers effective Jan. 1, 2021. Find out...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – July 31, 2020

https://youtu.be/YIyI2Uz_Gf8The City is asking businesses to post fliers asking residents and visitors to Mask Up! Coronado. Find out more about Coronado’s ongoing campaign stressing...

City Offers Third Dine Out! Coronado Picnic

The next Dine Out! Coronado is set for this weekend, July 31-Aug. 2. All you need for your organized picnic is a takeout order...

Election Season: How to Run for City Council or CUSD Board & Who’s Running

Current events are emotionally and politically charged right now. For those who are ready to take action, now is the time. Whether you want...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Nick Kato for CUSD School Board 2020: Video Interviews

Submitted by Nick KatoHello Coronado! I’ve collected the various video interviews I’ve done with notable and well-respected members of the community. I’ve been so...

Inside the Registrar of Voters Office

Submitted by Brad GerbelLast week, I spent the afternoon at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters (“ROV”) office in Kearny Mesa as an...

Figures Don’t Lie

Submitted by J. Fitzgerald KemmettWe would all think the world is coming to an end with the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths dominating...

In support of Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Sherry Hughes RichterI'm writing in support of Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. As a product of Coronado schools and a member of a...

NEW STORIES

Public Invited to ‘Virtual’ Avenue of Heroes Banner Ceremony Nov. 7

The City of Coronado invites the community to attend a very special Avenue of Heroes Banner Dedication Ceremony, which will be held “virtually” on...

Some Coronado Residents Wake to ‘Racism Lives Here’ Yard Signs

This morning, some Coronado residents found unwanted signs on their lawns with the text “Racism Lives Here” followed by "Make America Great Again!" The...

Emerald Keepers’ Halloween Treat – Look for Painted Rocks This Weekend

With Halloween looking a little different this year, Emerald Keepers wanted to share a little treat with the community. Emerald Keepers is a local non-profit...

Chef Charleen Sandoval is up for the Challenge of a Fine Dining Restaurant During a Pandemic

Starting a new job is never easy, but starting a new job during the pandemic, in an industry that has been hit particularly hard,...

City Council Discusses New LPR Parking Protocol, Special Event Permits, Trees & More

This week’s city council meeting started off with two well-deserved ceremonial presentations and an impressive student presentation by the Coronado Middle School Robotics Team....