Commissions & Boards
Redlands’ Commissions and Boards provide many opportunities for residents to become involved in the City. As an advisory body, commissions and boards make recommendations to the City Council.
Agendas for each meeting are available at Redlands City Hall and are posted in the window of the City Clerk’s Office facing Cajon Street. Additional information on each specific commission or board, as well as agendas and minutes, can also be accessed by clicking on each respective commission or board (if available) or by contacting City staff at the telephone number provided.
There are no current openings.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Redlands encourages residents to apply for a position on the following commissions and/or boards.
Residents interested in applying for the non-salaried position on these commissions may click on the following link to obtain an application. Applications may also be obtained in person at the City Manager’s Office, City Hall, 35 Cajon Street, Suite 200. For more information please call 909-798-7510.
The Cultural Arts Commission promotes public interest in the Arts, recommends new art programs and funding for those programs, and recommends to the City Council policies to encourage, develop, and support the Arts in Redlands. The Commission also advises the City Council in the administration of the City’s Art in Public Places program.
It shall be the duty of the City Disaster Council, and it is empowered, to develop and recommend for adoption by the city council emergency and mutual aid plans and agreements.
The Disaster Council of the City of Redlands shall consist of existing groups that support a strong team merging sectors of the community including elected officials, emergency management, first responders, volunteer services, major industry and commercial, healthcare and education.
The Historic and Scenic Preservation Commission advises the the City Council on recommendations, decisions, and determinations concerning the designation, preservation, protection, enhancement, and perpetuation of historical, scenic, and cultural resources which contribute to the culture and aesthetic value of the City.
The Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission shall recommend to the City Council policies for the acquisition, development, maintenance and improvement of parks, public trails and open space areas, and for the planting, care and removal of landscaping and amenities in all parks, public trails and open space areas.
The Street Tree Committee makes recommendations to the City Council regarding City-owned street trees.
Meets at 5:30 p.m. on the 4th Thursday of each even numbered month
City Council Chambers
35 Cajon Street, Suite 2
Staff Liaisons: Erik Reeves
Council Liaison: Toni Momberger, Eddie Tejeda
The Traffic and Parking Commission carries on educational activities in traffic matters, supervises the preparation and publication of traffic reports, receives complaints relating to traffic matters, and recommends to the City Council ways and means of improving traffic conditions and the administration and enforcement of traffic regulations. This commission also advises the City Council on the development of adequate parking for commercial and retail uses, recommend policies to encourage, develop and support adequate parking within the City, recommend actions for the establishment of