Please check this page often for updates.

The Redlands City Council, City Manager, Executive Staff and Emergency Operations staff continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, closely following the recommendations and orders of County, State and Federal Public Health officials. For more information about COVID-19 guidelines, business planning resources, economic resources and local updates, please visit this page frequently.

Redlands Open Businesses Map

For the latest information regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases in San Bernardino County, please visit the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health website.

For Further information, Please click on the links below:

City Closures and General Information

Utility Customers

We are not accepting payments in person.  Here is information on paying your utility bill.

Redlands water is safe to drink

Southern California Gas

SoCal Edison

Business Resources

Food Resources

Information for Renters

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order establishes moratorium on evictions

How to Help


COVID-19 Resource Links





COVID-19 Information Sheets

COVID-19 Fact Sheet COVID-19 Hoja informativa (Español)
Sick with COVID-19 Fact Sheet Enfermo de COVID-19 Hoja informativa (Español)
Stop the spread of germs Detener la propagación de gérmenes (Español)
COVID-19 Symptons


Interactive map offers guide to open local businesses

The City of Redlands has launched an interactive map to help residents locate local businesses that are open and providing necessary services available during the current stay-at-home order.

Redlands Open for Business is provided to help Redlands residents access necessary services while supporting local businesses authorized by the State of California to operate during public health stay-at-home orders. The map will be updated as information becomes available.


Open Businesses

The city is in the process of compiling a list of businesses that are open during the COVID-19 shutdown to help our residents find the services they need.

To view the map on a mobile device or in full window click here.

To add your business to the map click here.


City Council approves moratorium on evictions for non-payment


California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order Friday, March 27, banning the enforcement of eviction orders for renters affected by COVID-19 through May 31, 2020. 
Under the terms of the resolution approved by the Redlands City Council on Thursday, the governor’s action suspends that resolution which established a moratorium on residential and commercial evictions.


City skate park, sports courts, playground equipment closed

In an effort to further slow the spread of Covid-19 (novel coronavirus), the City of Redlands on Monday closed and locked the Redlands Skatepark, Redlands Dog Park and all sports courts, including tennis and pickle ball courts. Basketball hoops have also been removed from all outdoor basketball courts at City parks.

In addition, playground equipment at all of the parks has been cordoned off and may not be used.

City parks and trails remain open, however residents are encouraged to avoid gatherings and maintain appropriate social distancing while using the parks.


Redlands Senior Helpline offers resources during pandemic

In response to the impacts of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus), the City of Redlands has established a senior citizen helpline and website to provide information on local resources available to the community.

The Senior Helpline number is (909) 798-7579. The helpline is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Never Alone website can be found at

The following is a list of some highlighted resources:


Essential City services will continue following governor’s order

Following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s March 19 order that California residents remain at home, the City of Redlands wants to assure residents that all essential City services, including public safety, water treatment and distribution, wastewater treatment, solid waste pickup, infrastructure maintenance, animal control and other critical services will continue.


A message to our residents

These are turbulent times. The situation is changing daily and the impacts of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) and the uncertainty around us only adds to the public health and financial anxiety we are all feeling.

The City Council, City Manager and the staff at the City of Redlands want all of our residents to know that, while many things are different, we are still working hard to provide service to our community and especially to safeguard the public health, safety and welfare of everyone in Redlands.


City facilities and offices closed to the public