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City Hall
1825 Strand Way, Coronado, CA 92118
City Hall is located on Strand Way, just south of the Hotel Del and Orange Avenue shops. The building houses offices forMore the city manager, city clerk, mayor and city council members. However, the majority of city hall visitors come to get building permits and various projects approved. City Council meetings are also held at this location, in the Council Chambers at the south end of City Hall. The Council meets the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 3pm. City Hall was renovated in 2005. When you walk in, you'll notice half of the building is dedicated to Building, Planning and Engineering, and the other half contains the city administration offices. While you're there, be sure to walk outside and take in the beautiful views of Glorietta Bay and the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge, and be sure to notice to the murals by Todd Stands, which are located inside on the east and west walls.
Coronado Community Center
1845 Strand Way, Coronado, CA 92118

Coronado's community center is the one of the city's finest attributes. The building was completed in 2005 and isMore located on Strand Way, just south of City Hall. This state-of-the-art, 90,000-square-foot facility includes a pool complex with a 50-meter competitive pool and a shallow recreational pool, a gym with NCAA regulation-sized basketball courts with lines for volleyball and badminton, an indoor climbing wall, a fitness center with updated equipment and stunning bay views, a dance studio, a community theater playhouse and a lobby with a snack bar and lounge areas.

The Nautilus Banquet Room is available for private parties (The Knot magazine even named this location a "top pick" for weddings, as voted by local brides). The room can seat about 300 people and boasts sweeping views of Glorietta Bay and the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge. The Center has a fully equipped catering kitchen, for private party and playhouse use. It also offers two additional activity and meeting rooms for community gatherings.

In addition, the building contains the administrative offices for the Department of Recreation Services.

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