Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan

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LATEST NEWS

The Draft Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan is now available in the documents section on the right. There are file choices for the full combined document, or individual files for the Vulnerability Assessment or Adaptation Plan. Please provide comments to jthornton@coronado.ca.us by May 18, 2022.

The City hosted its second virtual workshop on Coronado’s Sea Level Rise planning process on April 21, 2022, and 52 people attended. The recording can be viewed at the following link, and the presentation can be downloaded from the "Public Outreach Documents" section of this webpage: https://youtu.be/sH_uTHsGLsY

What are the Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and the Adaptation Plan?

The City of Coronado is undertaking a planning process to understand the potential effects of sea level rise and to explore possible mitigation strategies. The sea level rise planning process will begin by preparing a Vulnerability Assessment, followed by an Adaptation Plan.

The Vulnerability Assessment will identify areas in Coronado that are subject to projected sea level rise, rising tides, storm surge, coastal flooding and erosion through 2100. The Adaptation Plan will then provide a variety of possible strategies and approaches that the City and public and private property owners can use to plan for and address impacts identified by the Vulnerability Assessment.

The planning process will include robust public outreach to engage residents, stakeholders and neighboring agencies. The City will coordinate closely with residents, the business community, environmental and non-profit stakeholders, and agencies that share jurisdiction over the Coronado coastline.

Please download factsheets to learn more from the documents section of this page.

Timeline


LATEST NEWS

The Draft Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan is now available in the documents section on the right. There are file choices for the full combined document, or individual files for the Vulnerability Assessment or Adaptation Plan. Please provide comments to jthornton@coronado.ca.us by May 18, 2022.

The City hosted its second virtual workshop on Coronado’s Sea Level Rise planning process on April 21, 2022, and 52 people attended. The recording can be viewed at the following link, and the presentation can be downloaded from the "Public Outreach Documents" section of this webpage: https://youtu.be/sH_uTHsGLsY

What are the Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and the Adaptation Plan?

The City of Coronado is undertaking a planning process to understand the potential effects of sea level rise and to explore possible mitigation strategies. The sea level rise planning process will begin by preparing a Vulnerability Assessment, followed by an Adaptation Plan.

The Vulnerability Assessment will identify areas in Coronado that are subject to projected sea level rise, rising tides, storm surge, coastal flooding and erosion through 2100. The Adaptation Plan will then provide a variety of possible strategies and approaches that the City and public and private property owners can use to plan for and address impacts identified by the Vulnerability Assessment.

The planning process will include robust public outreach to engage residents, stakeholders and neighboring agencies. The City will coordinate closely with residents, the business community, environmental and non-profit stakeholders, and agencies that share jurisdiction over the Coronado coastline.

Please download factsheets to learn more from the documents section of this page.

Timeline


  • April 21, 2022 Virtual Workshop

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    The City hosted its second virtual workshop on Coronado’s Sea Level Rise planning process on April 21, 2022, and 52 people attended. The recording can be viewed below, and the presentation can be downloaded from the "Public Outreach Documents" section of this webpage.


  • 2021 Outreach Recap

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    The City held a Community Workshop on July 29, 2021 via Zoom for residents interested in learning about the Draft Vulnerability Assessment. Please review our workshop recording below. A copy of the presentation is also available in the documents section of this site or by clicking here. An in-person workshop was also held on August 12 at 11am at the Library Winn Room with the same presentation.

    During the video presentation there were live polling questions. The poll is now closed, and results are available here. A survey was available from July 29 to September 17, and the results are available to view by clicking here.


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