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The public is invited to attend a third and final workshop on energy efficiency designed to educate local residents and business owners on the programs, benefits and incentives available through Southern California Edison’s Partnership for energy efficiency. The workshop will also include an overview of the recommended energy efficiency measures for the Redlands Energy Action Plan.

An anonymous donor has pledged to match up to $2,500 in donations toward the Redlands Police Department’s Narcotics K-9 unit. A fundraiser to support the unit is currently being held until the end of August at The Taco Shack, 510 E. State St. culminating with Redlands Chief of Police Mark A. Garcia volunteering as a chew toy for a police dog during a noon event at the restaurant on Aug. 30.

The donor, who did not wish to be identified, contacted City officials pledging to donate up to $2,500 to the police program to match $2,500 in additional donations.

From Aug. 11 through Aug. 30, Taco Shack customers can donate to the K-9 program and will be recognized with your name on the walls of the restaurant. In addition to the Taco Shack, major sponsors include Toyota of Redlands and Furry Face.

The Redlands Police Department will conduct a DUI/Drivers License checkpoint in the southbound lanes of Cajon Street at Cypress Avenue from 10 p.m. Friday, August 15, until 3 a.m. Saturday morning. 

The Redlands Police Department offers the following advice for anyone hosting or planning to attend a weekend get-together or any kind of event where alcohol is served.

The City Council will hold a special meeting at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11, to consider ratifying a declaration of local emergency following Sunday’s rain storm.

The meeting will be held in the Assembly Room at the A.K. Smiley Public Library, 125 W. Vine St.

Redlands Police arrested two people for driving under the influence and issued three citations for other traffic violations during a Sobriety/Drivers License checkpoint Thursday, July 31. 

A total of 209 vehicles passed through the checkpoint in the southbound lanes of Alabama Street at Park Avenue between 10 p.m. Thursday, July 31, and 3 a.m. Friday, Aug. 1.

A fundraiser to support the Redlands Police Department’s Narcotics K-9 Unit will be held during the month of August at The Taco Shack, 510 E. State St. culminating with Redlands Chief of Police Mark A. Garcia volunteering as a chew toy for a police dog during a noon event at the restaurant on Aug. 30.

From Aug. 11 through Aug. 30, Taco Shack customers can donate to the K-9 program and will be recognized with your name on the walls of the restaurant. In addition to the Taco Shack, major sponsors include Toyota of Redlands and Furry Face.

Beginning at noon on Aug. 30 the public is invited to attend a fundraising event with music, raffles and prizes. During the event, Chief Garcia will participate in a police canine demonstration as a patrol dog sinks his teeth into his duties.

A large sinkhole in the westbound lanes of Redlands Boulevard west of California Street will affect both east and westbound traffic on Redlands Boulevard while City staff evaluate the structural integrity of the infrastructure and how to repair the damage.

The sinkhole, approximately 10 to 15 feet wide and up to 20 feet deep was reported to City staff early Monday afternoon, Aug. 4. No one was injured.

Westbound traffic on Redlands Boulevard will be diverted to northbound California Street, while eastbound Redlands Boulevard traffic will be diverted south on California Street for an undetermined period until repairs are made.

A spill at the Redlands Water Treatment plant on Nevada Street, caused by a power outage combined with a heavy deluge of storm water, released up to 600,000 gallons of partially treated raw sewage into the rain-swollen Santa Ana River Sunday evening.

A combination of a Southern California Edison power outage in the area and heavy rainfall and storm water flowing from above the treatment plant adding water into treatment reservoirs caused the reservoirs to overflow for a little more than two hours Sunday, Aug. 3, between 9 and 11:30 p.m.

Officers, firefighters and personnel from the Redlands Police, Fire and Quality of Life departments and Emergency Operations Manager responded to a number of minor issues during a brief downpour Sunday, Aug. 3.

Heavy rain fell for about 45 minutes beginning at about 6:15 p.m. Sunday.  The City’s Emergency Operations Center was activated at a Level 1 (the lowest level) for two hours, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Reported issues included:

As the persistent statewide drought reaches record-setting levels through much of California, the State Water Resources Control Board enacted restrictions on water use effective July 28.

To comply with these restrictions, which are in effect for 270 days, the City of Redlands has implemented its Stage 2 water conservation measures.  Stage 2 measures require City water customers to limit water usage and limits the days and times customers may irrigate their landscaping. The restrictions limit potable water customers with even numbered addresses to irrigating only on even numbered calendar days and potable water customers with odd numbered addresses to irrigating only on odd numbered calendar days.  If these restrictions do not meet the needs of reducing the City’s production below 2013 production levels, as required by the new state regulations, the City will adopt more stringent conservation methods until the necessary conservation is obtained.

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