December 16, 2022
City Manager's Update
City Manager's Update Video
Community News and Updates
New City Councilmembers to be Installed I Outgoing Councilmembers to be Honored, Dec 20
The City Council will ratify the Registrar of Voters election results at the December 20 City Council meeting and the new City Councilmembers will be installed. The City Council will also honor outgoing Councilmembers Marvin Heinze and Bill Sandke and thank them for their service. If you cannot join the meeting, watch it live on our City website or on the Spectrum and AT&T channels.
Street Tree Master Plan Updated to Maintain Urban Forest
In 1984, Coronado was designated a Tree City USA and today the tree canopy includes over nine thousand public trees. These trees are located in City parks, on the parkways, and in the Municipal Golf Course.

To maintain this treasured urban forest, the City updates its Street Tree Master Plan every five years. The Master Plan was recently updated and acts as a roadmap for the City’s growing and diverse urban forest.
New Scan & Go Mobile App Available for Library Patrons
The Coronado Public Library is the first library in California to offer patrons the ability to check out books at the shelf, using a smartphone app. The "scan and go" app allows patrons with any type of smartphone to check books out and leave the library without setting off the alarm gates. 

Patrons can also check out e-books, see their account, view over 2,000 streaming movies, or check out one of up to 250,000 eBooks.

Spring 2023 Recreation Brochure Available Online
The Spring 2023 Recreation & Golf Services Activity brochure is now available for viewing online. Learn about the exceptional classes, activities, and services scheduled for available for all ages and activity levels.

Online registration begins January 4 for Coronado residents and on January 18 for nonresidents.
Breakfast With Santa Photo Album
A special thank you to all the excited children who came out for another holiday breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus.

The City's Recreation staff had a fun time serving everyone and taking pictures. View the Breakfast with Santa photo album 
City of Coronado Holiday Schedule

The City of Coronado will observe the Christmas Day holiday on Monday, December 26 and the New Year’s Day holiday on Monday, January 2. All City facilities will be closed on December 25 and on January 1. Some facilities and services are open on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Please check the City’s website for the full schedule. 
Holiday Spirit Week
The Spreckels Center is celebrating December and the end of the year by hosting a fun Holiday Spirit Week for adults of all ages. Finish the week of festivities by meeting in the lounge for warm cocoa, music, and games. Participants earn a raffle ticket each day they participate in wearing the holiday themes.
Ride The Lights, Dec 18
The rescheduled Ride the Lights event is on December 18. Decorate your bikes with holiday lights and get into the spirit as you cycle through Coronado’s neighborhoods at the Ride the Lights bike ride hosted by the City’s Mobility Commission.
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Community Meetings
Public Meeting Calendar
*Please note, all meetings are subject to cancellation.
Tuesday, Dec. 20, 4 pm
City Council
City Council Chamber

Wednesday, Dec. 21, 3 pm
Historic Review Commission
City Council Chamber

City Council Actions
The next City Council meeting is set for December 20 at 4 pm in the City Council Chambers, located at 1825 Strand Way.

Review the agenda and agenda reports for more information.

Community Programs & Events
Upcoming Events at the Coronado Public Library

Poetry for the People
This course will feature poems, both historic and contemporary, which enjoy iconic status.
Wednesday, January 4, 11 am

Villa-Lobos Festival: Duo Concert
Cello/piano duo Lars and Aline play music by Villa-Lobos and other Latin American composers.
Friday, January 6, 1 pm
Arts & Culture
Four on Friday: Find out the four hottest upcoming arts and cultural events going on in Coronado with "Four on Friday," a feature brought to you by Click on the Four On Friday logo to view this week's edition.

Would you like to add a pet to your home this holiday season? This week’s Pets of the Week are Samurai, Rip, and Phoebe. Eight-month-old Samurai is a kind and gentle kitten who would make a great couch buddy. Rip is a young puppy who is well-mannered, social, and loves to play and nap. One-year old Phoebe is spunky, playful, and is eager to please. To find out more about these pets, go online to PAWS of Coronado, which operates the City’s Animal Care Facility.
Boards, Commissions & Committees
Board, commission and committee Vacancies
The City of Coronado is seeking residents interested in filling vacancies on several City of Coronado commissions