______City Manager's Weekly Update
July 16, 2022
The following is provided as an update regarding programs, services and issues within the City.
Weekly Update Video
Community News & Updates
Free Summer Shuttle,
July 4 ridership numbers
Summer Shuttle Bus/
904 Route detour
Free Summer Shuttle service is in full swing at the program’s halfway point. The City would like to share some numbers. 

Due to construction activity at Sharp Coronado Hospital, the Free Summer Shuttle/MTS 904 Route will be detoured for about one year starting Monday, July 18.
Upcoming projects of note:
SDG&E Night Work: A contractor working for SDG&E is scheduled to conduct night work on Monday and Tuesday, July 18-19, from about 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. This work includes asphalt repair work, grind and overlay, across all lanes of Third and Fourth streets between J Avenue and Alameda Boulevard. Nearby residents will be notified by the contractor within 72-hours of the start of work. Please follow the posted signage and traffic control devices. 
Second Street Water Pipe Flushing: California American Water planned to flush a water line in Second Street for maintenance purposes early next week. However, the project has been postponed. As part of the work, a large volume of water will be discharged to the gutter. Residents may see water in gutters along Second Street, D Avenue and First Street as a result. This effort may take multiple days to complete. The City will be monitoring the work as well as the quality of the water being discharged to the City’s Storm Drain system. 
Recent awards to Coronado Police Officers

Officer Alvin Chan was recognized by the San Diego Police Officers Association at its Officer of the Year Awards ceremony on Friday, July 8. Although Chan did not receive the Officer of the Year award, he was nominated by the City for his significant contributions to safety in the community. Chan joined the Coronado Police Department in January 2021. In the past twelve months, he’s made five arrests involving the possession of illegal/stolen firearms and drugs. Chan also is one of the City’s certified beach driving instructors and a field training officer. 

Officer Qui-Lan Dang was recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving at its annual awards event in July for his commitment and dedication to removing impaired drivers from the roadway. The award is presented to those who have gone above and beyond to champion the mission of MADD. Officer Dang made more than 30 DUI arrests in 2021. 

Officer Danny Aguirre, who joined the Coronado Police Department in 2013, was recognized by the Scottish Rite Valley of San Diego for his outstanding 2021 accomplishments. Although he wasn’t selected as officer of the year, Aguirre’s accomplishments were noted and include his role as the senior motor officer in the Traffic Unit, as well as the lead motor instructor. He has led the department in enforcement and educational stops over the past seven years, and remains focused on training and developing future motor officers. 
Upcoming Events of Note
Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 6-7: DAY.MVS XL is a two-day multi-stage music festival for 21-plus at Waterfront Park. The event will be held from noon to 11 p.m. on Aug. 6 and noon to 10 p.m. on Aug. 7. Organizers expect 15,000 people per day and will work with an independent sound monitoring company to manage sound. Complaints or concerns can be directed to Christian at Christian@CRSSDfest.com.
Notice of Election - 2 Council seats
The City Clerk's Office has issued a public notice of the General Election set for Nov. 8, 2022, for two members of the City Council for full four-year terms. The candidate filing period is from July 18 through 5 p.m. on Aug. 12. If an incumbent determines not to file for re-election, the deadline is extended to 5 p.m. on Aug. 17. The last day to register to vote in the November election is Oct. 24. Voter Registration forms are available at the City of Coronado City Clerk’s Office, 1825 Strand Way, or from the Registrar of Voter’s Office. 
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Community Meetings
Public Meeting Calendar
Please note, all meetings subject to cancellation.

Tuessday, July 19, 4 p.m.
City Council
City Hall Council Chamber

Thursday, July 20, 3 p.m.
Historic Resource Commission
City Hall Council Chamber

City Council Agenda
The City Council meets on July 19.

The Council's next meeting is set for Aug. 16.
Community Programs & Events
Coronado Public Library
Community Sing-along July 16
Ukraine: Songs of Freedom
Everyone is invited to a free Community Sing-Along, with piano accompaniment by Elena Vizuet of Musica Vitale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 16. Lyric sheets will be provided to songs from Broadway musicals, movies and plays, as well as tunes by ABBA, Simon and Garfunkel and the Beatles. 
An afternoon of Ukrainian music will be held from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Winn Room at the Coronado Public Library. Ukrainian music from across the ages will feature classical piano, with Dr. Taras Filenko; Bandura ballads, with Luke Lashchuk Miller; operatic folk, with Olha Konoval & Paul Filenko; and modern pop/rock, with D Duo. The event is free and open to all.
Recreation & Golf Services
Summer Camps offer something new for kids

Summer camps are a perfect way to introduce your child to something new. Summer camps are ongoing through Aug 19. Summer camp registration is still available for a variety of camp offerings to children of all ages. Camps are held at Tidelands Park, the beach, Glorietta Bay and Coronado Cays Park. For more information, call (619) 522-7342.
Spreckels Center summer classes, activities
There is always something going on at the John D. Spreckels Center. The next Trails and Ales on July 26 will include a trip to Lake Poway and Mainstream Bar & Grill. "Cooking Around the World," a weekly cooking series, kicks off in Germany on July 27. Classes are held on Wednesdays. A Contemplative and Meditative Practices workshop is set for Friday, July 29, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Cost is $45 for residents; $55 for nonresidents. An Intro to Singing class is set for Wednesdays in August.
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 CoronadoARTS.com. Click on the Four On Friday logo to view this week's edition.
A call to all Coronado visual artists - July 23

Coronado Visual Artists mark your calendars and plan to attend a special event at the John D. Spreckels Center, 1019 Seventh Sreet, at 10 a.m. on July 23. The Cultural Arts Commission is hosting a reception to meet with local artists. Network with local artists and learn about local visual arts opportunities including upcoming exhibitions in the community, the annual "Celebrate Coronado Artists" banners and more.

For more information or to RSVP, contact us at coronadoarts@gmail.com or (619) 522-2633.

Reuben, a sweet black and white cat, is this week’s Pet of the Week. Reuben is easy going and has an awesome mustache. He enjoys humans and kittens and would do well in a home with older children. Reuben loves gentle pets, naps and playtime. His adoption fee is $50. To find out more about Reuben, call Paws of Coronado, which runs the city’s Animal Care Facility at (619) 522-7371.
Boards, Commissions & Committees
Board, commission and committee vacancies