Recreation & Golf Fee Study

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The City of Coronado Recreation and Golf Services Department has engaged a specialty consultant, Next Practice Partners, to complete a comprehensive fee study and develop a cost recovery model and policy plan for the department. This study affects all divisions and functions of the department including facility and location rentals, programs and classes, memberships, daily use, sports field allocation, and more.

We invite you to be part of the conversation and to provide your input!


Community Survey Now Live!

Help us shape the future of Coronado's Recreation and Golf Services Department by participating in a community survey for the Department’s comprehensive fee study. The fee study aims to increase clarity, transparency, and equity in fee structure and policy development for all recreation programs and facilities. Your input will contribute to the development of a fee structure that aligns with the diverse needs of our community. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey and helping us create a plan that truly reflects the values of Coronado.

Visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CoronadoFeeStudy now through March 14, 2024 to complete the survey.


Upcoming Public Workshops
More information about upcoming meetings, the consultant, and project documents are available in the column to the right.


Prior Events
See below for a recap of meetings and events associated with the Recreation and Golf Services Fee Study.

Parks and Recreation Commission and Golf Course Advisory Committee Joint Meeting, August 23, 2023, 5:00-6:00 p.m.

A Special Meeting was held with the PRC and GCAC at the John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green on Wednesday, August 23 to discuss the fees recommended by Next Practice Partners for the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. Proposed green fees include an increase for tournaments/groups of 36%, nonresidents 20%, and residents 15%; a deduction for youth rates and a new 25-use pass for juniors to replace the monthly junior card were also proposed.

Both the PRC and GCAC supported the recommendations by the consultant. The next step for implementation of the fees include a presentation and a public hearing with City Council. The meeting date will be updated in the column to the right when set.

Recreation Fee Study Public Meeting, August 24, 2023, 5:00-6:30 pm
Next Practice Partners and City staff hosted an open workshop at the Coronado Club Room and Boathouse on Thursday, August 24 to discuss fee priorities for Recreation services and facilities. During the meeting, live polling was utilized to receive immediate feedback on questions posed by the facilitator.

The community survey was open through September 14 for those who were unable to attend the meeting and assisted in structuring the statistically valid survey.

Once the statistically valid survey has been crafted, a random selection of Coronado residents will be mailed the survey for completion. For those not selected for the statistically valid survey, the same survey questions will be opened online to gather feedback from the community at large. More information will be provided once the survey is ready for publication. A recording of the workshop is available on YouTube.

City Council Meeting, November 7, 2023 4:00 p.m.

A public hearing was held at the November 7, 2023 City Council meeting to discuss the proposed revised fees for the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. The changes include a 15% increase for residents, a 20% increase for nonresidents, a reduction in youth rates, an introduction of a 25-use pass for junior, and a 36% increase for tournaments and groups. More information about the proposed fees, including the rate chart, are linked in the righthand "Important Links" box. Fees are effective January 1, 2024 and more information about improved access to tee times for residents can be reviewed on the Recreation and Golf Services website.

The City of Coronado Recreation and Golf Services Department has engaged a specialty consultant, Next Practice Partners, to complete a comprehensive fee study and develop a cost recovery model and policy plan for the department. This study affects all divisions and functions of the department including facility and location rentals, programs and classes, memberships, daily use, sports field allocation, and more.

We invite you to be part of the conversation and to provide your input!


Community Survey Now Live!

Help us shape the future of Coronado's Recreation and Golf Services Department by participating in a community survey for the Department’s comprehensive fee study. The fee study aims to increase clarity, transparency, and equity in fee structure and policy development for all recreation programs and facilities. Your input will contribute to the development of a fee structure that aligns with the diverse needs of our community. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey and helping us create a plan that truly reflects the values of Coronado.

Visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CoronadoFeeStudy now through March 14, 2024 to complete the survey.


Upcoming Public Workshops
More information about upcoming meetings, the consultant, and project documents are available in the column to the right.


Prior Events
See below for a recap of meetings and events associated with the Recreation and Golf Services Fee Study.

Parks and Recreation Commission and Golf Course Advisory Committee Joint Meeting, August 23, 2023, 5:00-6:00 p.m.

A Special Meeting was held with the PRC and GCAC at the John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green on Wednesday, August 23 to discuss the fees recommended by Next Practice Partners for the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. Proposed green fees include an increase for tournaments/groups of 36%, nonresidents 20%, and residents 15%; a deduction for youth rates and a new 25-use pass for juniors to replace the monthly junior card were also proposed.

Both the PRC and GCAC supported the recommendations by the consultant. The next step for implementation of the fees include a presentation and a public hearing with City Council. The meeting date will be updated in the column to the right when set.

Recreation Fee Study Public Meeting, August 24, 2023, 5:00-6:30 pm
Next Practice Partners and City staff hosted an open workshop at the Coronado Club Room and Boathouse on Thursday, August 24 to discuss fee priorities for Recreation services and facilities. During the meeting, live polling was utilized to receive immediate feedback on questions posed by the facilitator.

The community survey was open through September 14 for those who were unable to attend the meeting and assisted in structuring the statistically valid survey.

Once the statistically valid survey has been crafted, a random selection of Coronado residents will be mailed the survey for completion. For those not selected for the statistically valid survey, the same survey questions will be opened online to gather feedback from the community at large. More information will be provided once the survey is ready for publication. A recording of the workshop is available on YouTube.

City Council Meeting, November 7, 2023 4:00 p.m.

A public hearing was held at the November 7, 2023 City Council meeting to discuss the proposed revised fees for the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. The changes include a 15% increase for residents, a 20% increase for nonresidents, a reduction in youth rates, an introduction of a 25-use pass for junior, and a 36% increase for tournaments and groups. More information about the proposed fees, including the rate chart, are linked in the righthand "Important Links" box. Fees are effective January 1, 2024 and more information about improved access to tee times for residents can be reviewed on the Recreation and Golf Services website.

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