History of Redlands

Located at the base of the San Bernardino mountains, 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles and 45 miles west of Palm Springs, Redlands offers easy access to hiking and biking trails, an eclectic array of quaint shops, historic architecture, and a variety of local restaurants.

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City accepting applications for Treasurer appointment

The City of Redlands is accepting applications for temporary appointment to fill the office of the City Treasurer. The appointee will hold office until the next General Municipal Election scheduled for November 2024. The term of the appointed City Treasurer is from the date of appointment to the date a newly elected City Treasurer is sworn in, which will occur in December 2024.


New art celebrates historic Redlands event

Partial image of sculpture, Peloton Takes the Classic Curve

A 26-foot tall steel sculpture left a little town near Camp Pendleton in the fog and dark of night to arrive at the corner of Garden Street and Rossmont Drive as the sun rose Tuesday morning over Redlands.

City crews were waiting in a corner of a small park called Simond’s Parkway to install and hide the art.

“Peloton Takes the Classic Curve” was created by artist Kathleen King-Page to honor the historic and worldwide presence of the Redlands Bicycle Classic, which kicks off its 37th year April 12.


Spend $10, get $10 with SNAP/EBT at Morning Market

The new Downtown’s Morning Market starting March 4 will accept SNAP/EBT benefits for fruits and vegetables from any certified farmer in our market. Customers using SNAP/EBT benefits can also benefit from Market Match to double food dollars, dollar-for-dollar up to $10 per day!

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