Nearly two dozen officers from Coronado and seven other law enforcement agencies across San Diego County swept into the community Wednesday, issuing 231 tickets over a four-hour period.
Coronado police spokeswoman Lea Corbin said the operation took place from 7:30-11:45 a.m.
In addition to the citations, officers towed five vehicles due to drivers lacking licenses or because they had had their licenses suspended.
The agencies that participated included the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, and police from San Diego, Chula Vista, Carlsbad, La Mesa, National City and San Diego State University.
The last large such operation in Coronado took place June 26.