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Coronado Bikes to the Movies: “Mary Poppins Returns”

Coronado Bikes to the Movies: Friday, May 17; prescreen activities 6:30 to 8 p.m.; movie starts at 8 p.m.

May is National Bike Month

May 9 Bike to School Day. May 11 Mayor’s Ride. May 16 Bike to Work Day. May 17 Bike to the Movies

May is National Bike Month

May 9 Bike to School Day. May 11 Mayor’s Ride. May 16 Bike to Work Day. May 17 Bike to the Movies

Bike Events are Rolling in Coronado for May’s Bike Month

 I know that Coronado is one of the most bike friendly cities on the planet, although I'm not sure it's an official statistic or...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – April 27, 2018

Sunday, April 29 - MotorCars on MainStreet; local traffic and parking will be affected Public services began upgrades on Caltrans rights of way...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – March 30, 2018

Update on dockless bicycles that do not have permission to operate on public property and public streets in Coronado March 26-30 was Tsunami Awareness...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – March 23, 2018

Enforcement of dockless bicycles left in public rights of way Call to local artists to submit art with floral theme for Florals by...

A Maze of Bikes is Not Amazing for Coronado

Green and yellow LimeBikes, yellow Ofo, orange and silver Mobikes, dockless bikes by whatever color or name they go by are not welcome in Coronado. What...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – March 9, 2018

Interviews for the Community Development Director position are taking place and new director should be announced by the end of March The City...

Holland’s Expands: Locations, Services, and Products

Holland’s isn’t the only bike shop in town. But sometimes it feels like it. Certainly, it is in a class all its own with...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

I am Conflicted About How and When to Reopen Public Schools

Submitted by Casey TanakaI am conflicted about how and when to reopen public schools. I cannot help but notice that stores like Vons and...

Il Fornaio Allowed to Take HALF the Bay Path in Front of Their Building?

Submitted by Mike BarnesThe other day as I walked towards the Ferry Landing, I noticed that Il Fornaio had been allowed to put small...

The Devastating Impact COVID-19 Has Had On My Life

Submitted by Michelle TalleyI'm writing with intentions to share insight into the one of many lives that have been heavily impacted by Covid. I'm...

Historic City Council Accomplishments Improve Coronado

Submitted by Richard Bailey, Mayor, City of CoronadoAs we work collectively here in Coronado, throughout the region, and at the state level to address...

NEW STORIES

Five Restaurants Temporarily Close After Workers Test Positive for COVID-19

On Sunday, July 12, five additional (after three last week) Coronado restaurants announced temporary closures due to positive COVID-19 test results from staff. Night...

Coronado Based Crews Contribute to Firefighting Efforts on USS Bonhomme Richard

This article was updated at 2:30pm July 13 with a statement from the Coast Guard, and again at 8:15pm.Fed Fire continues to lead the...

Mobile Black Lives Matter Protest Shares Message in Coronado

A peaceful, mobile Black Lives Matter protest left downtown San Diego yesterday to pass through Coronado, traveling across the bridge and down Third Street...

USS Bonhomme Richard Evacuated After Shipboard Fire Pier-Side at Naval Base San Diego

Local, base and shipboard fire fighting teams responded to a fire aboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6), a Wasp-class Amphibious Assault Ship, while it was...

CUSD Eyes Safe Fall ReOpening; Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for July 23rd

The Coronado Unified School District held a special meeting July 9 to discuss safe reopening plans for the fall. The meeting, which board members...