Inglewood Avenue has a sinkhole!
Avoid Inglewood Avenue for 3 to 4 days! On March 11, 2023 a water pipe broke and created a sinkhole. Golden State Water owns the pipe and is trying to shut it down but, as of 7pm on 3/12/2023, they have not been successful. Once they close the valve, they will need 2 to 3…Read More
New Year, New You!
Looking to learn something new this year? Then enroll your household and register for WINTER classes! Winter registration for residents is going on now and begins on Monday, January, 9, 2023, for non-residents. Most classes begin the week of January 23, 2023.Read More
The 2022 Santa Sleigh Schedule
Below is the schedule for each day. You can also click HERE to download the PDF/Map. Monday 11-28-22 Route 1: Part 1 at Johnston and Beland, Go N/B and cover area between Johnston and Dow, then Gibson and 159th, 160th to Beland Part 2 at Warfield / Vail, continue westbound Warfield to Aviation Bl.Tuesday 11-29-22 Route 2:…Read More
Public Art on Utility Boxes
More Public Art! Redondo Beach has an Public Art Commission. They have been busy finding places for Public Art. They recently completed NINE more art wraps on Utility Boxes. Here are a couple in District 5, have you noticed more? Cheers to the Public Art Commission for bringing Public Art to Redondo Beach.Read More
Want to help fight crime in Redondo Beach?
Help create a safer Redondo Beach by enrolling in our Community Camera Sharing Program! FUSUS camera sharing system also has a camera registration program. This allows Redondo Beach Police Department to reach out to anyone with cameras in a geographical area and request possible video evidence that may contain value to a particular case. Sharing…Read More
Talk Shop with Cops: E-Bikes
In 2013, with a grant from the AQMD, the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) did a study which revealed 70% of car trips in the South Bay were 3 miles or less. With most (non-commuting) trips being 3 miles or less, e-Bikes is seen as a great way to run errands and commuting to…Read More
About Electric Bicycles
There are many bikes and electric bikes around town. Here is a Press Release from the RB Police Department about Electrical Bicycles – Education / Enforcement The safety of people who use city roadways to walk or ride their bicycles is the primary concern of the Redondo Beach Police Department. In early 2020, electric bike…Read More
Emergency Pipeline Repair – No Outdoor Watering
Urgent Call for Action: Emergency Repair to Upper Feeder Pipeline Starting Tuesday, Sept. 6, residents and businesses in portions of greater Los Angeles County are being called on to suspend outdoor watering for 15 DAYS as a critical imported water pipeline is shut down for emergency repairs. The Metropolitan Water District is joined by its member agencies…Read More
2022-2023 Budget Final
My Concerns to the Council Majority Motion: Once again, Redondo Beach service needs are second place to the Pier. The General Fund is the main fund that is used for RB Services. The Pier has 2 funds to support it yet it’s the General Fund that gets used which leaves little for the rest of…Read More
Artesia Blvd Improvements Update
We have been trying to improve & energize Artesia Blvd to attract more businesses. Together, the city and the businesses will create community gathering areas and improved pedestrian experience. First, we completed a study and asked for input. As a reminder, here was the latest post & pictures about the results & ideas for the…Read More