We want visitors to fully enjoy their stay in Coronado. Please be aware of our health and safety tips for the island. For a complete listing of all city ordinances go to Ordinances.
- Dogs Must be on a Leash: There are two designated areas where dogs are allowed to roam leash-free. Defecation must immediately be placed in a closable container and deposited in a trash receptacle. A license must be on dogs and cats at all times. Dogs must have current rabies vaccination. (See pet-friendly information.)
- Jaywalking is Prohibited. No pedestrian shall cross a roadway other than by a designated crosswalk in any business district and all traffic control signals are to be obeyed.
- No Bicycle Riding on Sidewalks in Business District:
- Bicycle riders are required to obey the same rules as vehicle drivers and obey all signs, street markings, and signals, including stopping at red lights and stop signs.
- In California, anyone under the age of 18 must wear a helmet when riding a bicycle on a street, bikeway or public bicycle path or trail.
- It is unlawful for any person to ride or use any bicycle, skateboard, roller blades, scooters, or other similarly wheeled devices upon any public sidewalk that is within any designated business district and where signs prohibiting such activity are displayed.
- There are several miles of designated riding areas for bicyclists that have beautiful scenery and lovely stops along the way.
- No Smoking on Public Property: Smoking is prohibited on public property and in public spaces like parks, beaches, sidewalks and streets. There is also a ban on smoking 25 feet from an enclosed building.