Redondo Beach's District 5 News
by Laura Emdee, City Councilmember
Welcome to Redondo Beach!
Our diverse community is friendly and happy. When you move to Redondo you are part of a community that values tradition, safety and education. We are proud of our area and expect it to be clean and well maintained. Our little corner of paradise is home to Redondo’s largest employer, Northrup Grumman. Our schools are the envy of the South Bay. Our popular hotels on Marine Avenue helped save Redondo Beach’s budget when sales tax dipped. Plus, we are freeway close to everything the LA area has to offer. The Metro Green Line stops at Marine & Redondo Avenue and will be expanding to the Galleria by 2028.
We work hard, we play fair and we are pleased to live here. Below you will see the work we do to keep our neighborhood a safe, clean and happy place to live.
Thank you for visiting this site and being a part of this great community.
Redondo Beach City Council
Proudly representing District 5
The Redondo Beach Police Department and the Redondo Beach Police Foundation are proud to announce the presentation of four scholarships which have been awarded to students from Redondo Union High School. The school staff presented the scholarships on Saturday, May 23, 2020. Two of the scholarships were provided by the…Read More
A letter from Congressman Lieu’s office regarding US Post Office Mail Delivery Problems: Sorry to hear that Redondo is having USPS mail delivery problems again. I know how frustrating it is. The best way to get you help is for you to fill out the attached privacy release form. This…Read More
Attention All Restaurants Governor Gavin Newsom announced the launch of the Great Plates Delivered program, The program is designed to support adults 65 and older plus adults 60-64 who are at high risk from COVID-19, in staying home and staying healthy by delivering three nutritious meals a day and also…Read More
On April 23, District 5 had its first virtual meeting. At this time, it’s even more important that we communicate and help each other during this time. I have a combination of news both about regular city work & issues and about our new reality and how we will be…Read More
The COVID-19 outbreak is affecting all parts of our lives – Economically, Socially and Mentally. The current safer at home orders are not sustainable. Getting to normal while preventing surges that overwhelm our healthcare system is the next challenge. Join Redondo Beach City Councilmember Laura Emdee to discuss Redondo’s plan…Read More
Redondo Beach receives funding from HUD to help with housing & community needs, this funding is called Community Block Grant. This year’s plan includes: 1) Housing Improvement Program 2) Public Improvements 3) 1736 Family Crisis Center 4) Fair Housing 5) RB Salvation Army Meals for Seniors 6) SB Family Health…Read More
Item H17: April 7 Agenda Item was pulled and will be discussed another day Background: School-related traffic near Adams Middle School is often problematic for approximately 30 minutes in the morning and 30 minutes in the afternoon on school days, which may lead to heavy congestion during these periods. As…Read More
During the 2015-18 school years, Staff met with representatives from the Redondo Beach Unified School District and individual school Principals to discuss traffic issues around the schools. These discussions focused on developing options to reduce traffic congestion and enhance pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle safety. One of the numerous recommendations approved…Read More
Well here is an update and one of the casualties of Covid-19. Back in 2018 I wrote a post about the Manhattan Beach Blvd/Inglewood Blvd construction project. Well, that project been postponed until the health crises are over as I received this e-mail from MWD about Inglewood/Manhattan Beach Blvd project:…Read More
The Federal Stimulus Package has passed and here is the preliminary information that I have received: 4 months of more unemployment insurance instead of 3 months. $55 billion increase in the Marshall Plan for our Health Care System. $150 billion for a state, tribal, and local Coronavirus Relief fund. $10…Read More