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City of Coronado Coronavirus update

City of Coronado 
Update for Coronavirus
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Coronavirus Update for City of Coronado 

March 31, 2020

At a special meeting Tuesday, March 31, the City Council ordered the closure of its beach, including Dog Beach, on weekends and street parking on the west side of Ocean Boulevard every day.Council members also placed off-limits the dog washing station at Dog Beach at all times and place a hand sanitizer stations at beach access points during the week.
The Council also closed the playground equipment at all parks, the bandstand at Spreckels Park, and its tennis courts seven days a week. Parks will remain open. The Council agreed to close the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp if the Harbor Police limit recreational access to San Diego Bay.The no-parking on Ocean Boulevard will extend around Sunset Park seven days a week. 
The City will continue to monitor the beach and Coronado Police and Lifeguards will work to ensure visitors are complying with the state’s public health order that enforces social distancing. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 7.

March 24, 2020 -- The Port of San Diego has announced that in an effort to help minimize the spread of and exposure to Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), it is closing public parks around San Diego Bay, which includes beaches, parking lots, piers, and boat launches. The decision is effective immediately to further discourage nonessential gatherings of any size.

Per the Port:

List of local Port parks and facilities that are now closed until further notice:

  • Coronado Landing Park (includes beach)
  • Coronado Tidelands Park (includes beach)
  • Grand Caribe Shoreline Park

Closed signs are being posted at Port parks, parking lots, beaches and boat launches, and Port of San Diego Harbor Police will be working to educate the public about the closures and what is and isn’t allowed. Public access walkways, sidewalks, and promenades are open to allow exercise – walking, running, and cycling – which is permitted under the State of California’s stay at home order, so long as a socially safe distance of six feet is maintained from people who aren’t part of the same household.


Coronado has set up a call center to help answer questions and hear the concerns of residents. Please call (619) 522-6380 if you are concerned about a neighbor or family member, have concerns about food and other resources, or if you have questions about our local schools, City services or City business. Don't hesitate to call us. The call center is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week.

Reach the Call Center at (619)522-6380