Coronado held a virtual community workshop this past week to provide the community with an overview of its process to develop a Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan. Nearly 100 people registered to attend. The Vulnerability Assessment includes sea level rise projections, an inventory of public and private resources, and analysis of the City’s exposure. The Adaptation Plan will include development of potential adaptation measures with a focus on addressing at-risk critical infrastructure, estimated costs for implementation, and a qualitative cost-benefit analysis of identified adaptation measures. The virtual presentation was recorded and will be posted to

A live presentation is set for 11 a.m. on Aug. 12 in the Coronado Public Library’s Winn Room. The community may also visit and fill out a related survey.

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If the sea level actually rose an 8th inch per year, as the "experts" say, the Coronado Shores pool would be filled with sand, by now.

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