Located in midtown Phoenix, the Coronado neighborhood (often called Greater Coronado) covers over 1-3/4 square miles (just under 1200 acres) and includes around 4,000 households. Three historic districts — Brentwood, Coronado and Country Club Park — make up much of the neighborhood. Hundreds of small businesses thrive on our periphery.
The western side of Coronado was constructed largely between 1920 and 1930 and reflects the California Bungalow and Spanish Colonial Revival building styles; the northern side is predominantly ranch styles common of the 1940’s. Throughout the neighborhood you will find the occasional contemporary in-fill home. Much of our neighborhood falls within the Phoenix Historic Preservation zoning guidelines.
The Coronado neighborhood is centrally located and has direct access to major freeways, is within close proximity of the Phoenix downtown & central corridor, the “arts district”, the light rail line, and three major hospitals.
The Coronado Neighborhood Association, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit was established in May 1995 and has been serving the neighborhood for over 20 years.
Neighborhood Events & Meetings
Coronado homeowners, renters and businesses are invited. All ages welcome. (unless otherwise noted)
Trinetwork/Fightback East monthly meeting – Fourth Tuesday of each month from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm @ Resurrection Evangelical Lutheran Church – 2602 N 17th St. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
May 9 – Oak Street improvement public meeting – 9am @ Phoenix City Hall, 1st floor atrium. This will be the final public meeting before the project goes into the design phase.
June 3 – June bulk trash – placement begins June 3 (pickup starts June 12)
Sept 2 – Sept bulk trash – placement begins Sept 2 (pickup starts Sept 11)
The Coronado Neighborhood Association (CNA) is a diverse group of residents and businesses organized to preserve and promote the unique character of Greater Coronado. The volunteer membership works to build a united and informed neighborhood, increase resident safety, promote artistic and cultural appreciation, and hold events that bring neighbors together. This creates a deeper sense of community making Coronado an attractive and desirable place to live. Thank you for supporting the Coronado Neighborhood Association and our Mission.
Your 2016-17 Board of Directors: Michael, Sarah, Alicia, Eric,Kelly, Sharon, Patrick, Cole, and Belen