“We also make it very clear that we don't tolerate encampments along our sidewalks, and we don't tolerate other code violations such as being drunk in public or urinating in public or defecating in public,” Bailey said. “We just simply don't tolerate these basic code violations. What ends up happening is an individual either chooses to get help or they end up leaving.”
Coronado previously reported only one homeless person within the city, according to data from the San Diego Regional Task Force on Homelessness.
But Bailey says that person, fortunately, got the help that was needed and is no longer on the streets.