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COVID-19 UPDATE -California Stay at Home Order

Dear Homeowners,

Updates from the Coronado City Website, California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered late Thursday, March 19, that Californians stay at home and that nonessential businesses be shut down to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. What that means is that all individuals living in the State of California are to stay home or at their place of residence, except as needed to maintain continuity of operation of the federal Critical Infrastructure Sectors. Essential services will remain open such as:
•     Gas stations
•     Pharmacies
•     Food: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, take-out and delivery restaurants
•     Banks
•     Laundromats/laundry services

Essential state and local government functions will also remain open, including law enforcement and offices that provide government programs and services. For Police and Fire emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call Coronado Police at 619-522-7350 for the Police dispatcher who will direct your call to the appropriate responder including after hours and weekend public works personnel. PAWS is asking people to make appointments by calling (619) 522-7371. PAWS is suspending the processing of licenses at this time and will notify the community when this service is once again available.

What’s closed?
Dine-in restaurants
•     Bars and nightclubs
•     Entertainment venues
•     Gyms and fitness studios
•     Public events and gatherings
•     Convention Centers

Stay home except for essential needs
Everyone is required to stay home except to get food, care for a relative or friend, get necessary health care, or go to an essential job. If you go out, keep at least 6 feet of distance.

Coronado Recreation and Golf Services has closed all Recreation facilities including:
• Coronado Community Center
• John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green
• Club Room and Boathouse
• Aquatics Center
• Coronado Tennis Center
• Coronado Golf Course
• Coronado Skatepark
• Feast and Fareway (Restaurant and Snack Bar)

All current and future spring Recreation programs are cancelled. The upcoming Easter celebrations are also cancelled, including the Breakfast with the Easter Bunny and the Easter Egg-stravaganza free egg hunt and carnival event.

What does that mean for the CCHOA? The CCHOA Office will remain closed to the public and services will be limited to those necessary functions to keep the HOA operating. Staff will be available during the normal working hours of 8am-5pm at (619) 423-4353, but working from home with the phones being forwarded. Safety (Allied Universal) will continue to patrol and be onsite as normal. The Safety Kiosk can be reached at 619-575-8100 for assistance. Maintenance will continue to provide housekeeping services including emptying HOA trashcans and doggie stations, but maintenance services will be more limited depending on available personnel. For emergencies, contact the office during normal working hours or the Safety Kiosk after hours and on the weekend. Clubhouses and pools/spas and their associated restrooms will remain closed as a precaution to curb the potential spread of the coronavirus.

The Board meeting scheduled for March 26, 2020 will be conducted as a teleconference to minimize the risk of the potential spread of coronavirus. Owners are invited to either submit their comments to manager@cchoa.org to be read by the General Manager during the Homeowner Comment portion of the meeting or contact the CCHOA Office for instructions on how to participate. Agendas will be posted on the CCHOA bulleting board, CCHOA website, and village bulletin boards.

Contractors have been deemed essential and are continuing to perform projects and repairs, weather permitting, including Park West Landscape Maintenance, JWC (Kingston Village exterior areas), SPT (Antigua Village on a case by case basis with owner approval), Diamond Roofing (Mardi Gras Village), Cal South Builders (MG/PRL Clubhouse and CCHOA Admin Restrooms), and Green Leaf tree trimming (Blue Anchor, Montego, Green Turtle.) Painting projects in Bahama and Jamaica Villages have been placed on hold by those contractors.

Local Cays Food and Supplies

Need food or basic supplies and don’t want to go very far? Calypso Café is open for take-out orders and basic food supplies from 7:30am-2:30pm on Monday, 7:30am-4:30pm Tuesday thru Saturday. Call (619) 423-5144 to place your order. Don’t see something on the shelves, just ask Hanan and she will check in the back.

Coronado Cays Yacht Club is also providing food take-out and delivery services from a limited menu for CCYC members. Deliveries are limited to members residing in the Cays. Call (619) 429-0133 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 4:40-7:30pm, Saturday from 11am-2pm, and Sunday from 10am-2pm to place your order and bill your CCYC account.

Lastly, a group of volunteers have asked about helping their neighbors during the “Stay at Home” and self-quarantine timeframe for coronavirus. This small group of Cays residents would like to offer voluntary support for homebound neighbors by running errands such as grocery shopping, walking their dogs, etc. The idea is for each Village to be represented by one person who could call on other volunteers when needed. If you need assistance or are interested in supporting this initiative, please contact Dawn Richards at dawn_richards@mac.com (underscore between dawn and richards) or Charlotte Bradley at coronadocaysvirushelp@gmail.com. Thank you to Charlotte Bradley (originated the idea), Dawn Richards, and the rest of the volunteers for their neighborly spirit.

Stay safe and healthy,


Henry Angelino
General Manager