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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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CPR, AED and First Aid training offered at Community Center

Learn to save a life and become certified in CPR, AED and First Aid. This course teaches participants critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency situation. The course also meets the guidelines of the American Heart Association.  Participants will receive a comprehensive and illustrated CPR, AED and First Aid student workbook and a two-year certification card. This course is recommended for ages 13 and above and is not for health care providers or state licensed childcare providers.  

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Community invited to meet and greet with new City Manager

Portrait of City Manager Charlie M. Duggan Jr.

The community is invited to meet Redlands’ new City Manager, Charlie M. Duggan Jr., during two upcoming public receptions.

The first reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Contemporary Club, 173 S. Eureka St.

The second reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, at the Redlands Community Center multi-purpose room, 111 W. Lugonia Ave.

Both receptions are open to the public, and residents or other interested parties may attend either event. Light refreshments will be served.

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Volunteers clean up tobacco litter at local skate park

Volunteers clean park area and benches

Members of the Redlands Community Center Youth volunteers, known as “Teens Inspiring Others,” conducted their second tobacco litter cleanup on Monday, Nov 25.

As part of the #freeourbackyard campaign, the volunteers, partnering with the Common Vision Coalition and the Institute for Public Strategies, collected cigarette butts and tobacco litter around Sylvan Park’s picnic area and skate park. Within 40 minutes, the youth volunteers picked up more than 2,167 cigarette butts, tobacco-related litter and marijuana paraphernalia. 

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