San Diego Resources

San Diego Area Map
San Diego County covers a large area of Southern California.  This map is a good overview of the county’s roads.

San Diego – Coronado Ferry
Departing from two San Diego locations; Broadway Pier and the Convention Center.  Once across you’ll arrive at the Coronado Ferry Landing, a waterfront marketplace full of over 25 unique shops and restaurants. Taking the Ferry to work? Commuters ride FREE during early commuter hours between 5:40am and  8:50am:  Commuter Schedule.

San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Official Travel Resource for the San Diego Region.
750 B Street, Ste 1500 * San Diego, CA 92101
619-232-3101   *   email:

County of San Diego
Learn all about San Diego County government and the region. You’ll find the latest news from the County, along with basic facts about the County’s history and facilities. The County of San Diego provides health and justice services to all 3 million residents of San Diego County and municipal services to the county’s unincorporated areas.

San Diego International Airport
San Diego International Airport is the busiest single-runway commercial service airport in the nation, operating close to 300 flights a day.  Located just minutes from Coronado, it is convenient and easy to use when you have to fly.  If you sit on the left side of the plane, you get a great view of Coronado as you fly in to San Diego!

Petco Park
San Diego’s Petco Park sits downtown on the edge of the Gaslamp District, conveniently located across the bay from Coronado.  Coronado residents ‘in the know’ ride the bus for the least expensive and easiest access to Petco Park.  Another great way to get to Petco is to ride the Water Taxi from the Coronado Ferry Landing to the Convention Center.  A boat ride and a ball game.  Wow!

Qualcomm Stadium
Located in Mission Valley, just minutes away from Coronado, Qualcomm Stadium is home to the San Diego Chargers and SDSU Aztecs football teams.  Seating capacity is over 70,000!

Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)
Coronado is serviced by the MTS on Route 901 (from downtown SD through Coronado to Imperial Beach and back) & Route 904 (the Coronado Shuttle).

Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
This is the official DMV site for California and a very complete resource for cars, boats and commercial vehicles.

SANDAG – San Diego Association of Governments
The 18 cities and county government that form SANDAG serve as the forum for regional decision-making. SANDAG builds consensus, makes strategic plans, obtains and allocates resources, plans, engineers, and builds public transportation, and provides information on a broad range of topics pertinent to the region’s quality of life.

Port of San Diego
The Port of San Diego was created by the state Legislature to manage San Diego Bay and surrounding waterfront land on December 18, 1962.  The Port oversees two maritime cargo terminals, a cruise ship terminal, 17 public parks, various wildlife reserves and environmental initiatives, a Harbor Police department and the leases of more than 600 tenant and
sub-tenant businesses around San Diego Bay.

The Big Bay
San Diego Bay—the Big Bay—is San Diego’s biggest attraction, hosting many big events all year round. With 34 miles of waterfront dotted with restaurants, shops, parks and attractions, San Diego Bay is an ever-changing destination filled with new things to discover.  The Big Bay has an educational appeal with its landmarks, interactive public art, harbor and airport tours and maritime attractions, as well as designated wetlands, wildlife reserves and river estuaries.  There is something for everyone to enjoy on San Diego’s Big Bay!