COVID-19 has left an indelible impression on the world at large and certainly Coronado has not been spared economically or culturally. Last week two of the city’s iconic events, the Fourth of July Parade and all that day’s attendant events were cancelled. The following day Concerts in the Park was cancelled, with a glimmer of hope existing that a concert or two could be held.

Concerts President Cathy Brown provided her thoughts on what would have been the 50th Anniversary of Concerts in the Park. “The best we can hope for is maybe, and this is a big maybe, the last week of August and/or Labor Day Sunday, Sept. 6. These dates are based on the schools being back in session and we get the okay from the City. Also, only Coronado local bands would play those dates. Of course, if anything changes, and we’re allowed to have the concerts, the Board can make it happen very quickly. We will celebrate our 50th Anniversary next year in 2021. I can’t wait to see you all again, dancing at the Concerts.” more >>

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Silver Strand State Beach reopened on Tuesday, May 5. Other San Diego County state beaches reopened last week with restrictions. A sign posted near the entrance to Silver Strand State Beach states the beach will be open to walking, running, swimming, surfing, paddling and kayaking but not fo…

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The City of Coronado is working closely with state and San Diego County health officials to monitor the coronavirus health emergency and provide information to the community. The City put together the following list for residents and businesses on questions staff has been receiving. The list is not complete but it includes the following:

Coronado’s Beach: 

The beach is open daily from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. for running and walking. Dog Beach and the North Beach fire pits, however, remain closed. Those who go to the beach may not loiter, sit or lay on the sand or gather in groups of any size. Surfing, swimming and kayaking are allowed in local ocean and bay waters. Parking remains restricted per San Diego County. A recent County Public Health Order requires wearing a mask or face covering in public if you are within 6 feet of another person, effective May 1. Please

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The City is advising residents who have been using the Golf Course to walk or run that beginning Friday, May 1, the Coronado Municipal Golf Course is open on a limited basis to players only.

This means that it is no longer safe to be anywhere on the course, even on the outskirts, unless you are golfing or an employee. The City asks the community to abide by its posted signs along Glorietta Boulevard.

San Diego County’s public health officer announced that starting May 1, restrictions would be relaxed for parks and golf courses, allowing for them to be reopened if cities can enforce social distancing. Cities are required to create and post a plan for how they will do that. The City submitted its plan for the Golf Course to County officials and is beginning to implement a phased reopening of the Golf Course.

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Silver Strand State Beach officially reopened on Tuesday, May 5, according to local state beach officials.

A few of San Diego County’s state beaches reopened earlier this week with restrictions, including Carlsbad, South Carlsbad and Torrey Pines, per the