City resumes in-person services, maintains COVID-19 precautions
Following a two-week period in which most City facilities curtailed in-person services in an effort to slow the current COVID-19 surge, all City facilities will reopen to the public beginning Monday morning, Jan. 31.
The City will continue to require masks for anyone inside a City facility and will monitor recommendations from County, State and Federal Public Health agencies to combat the pandemic’s spread.
Throughout the two-week closure, City employees continued to report to work, providing services to residents and customers online, over the phone or by appointment. All essential City services, including public safety, code enforcement, water and wastewater utility services and solid waste collection remained in full operation.
The City Council’s COVID-19 subcommittee comprising Mayor Pro Tem Eddie Tejeda and Council Member Denise Davis continues to meet to provide guidance to City staff.
For information about COVID-19, vaccines and testing, visit sbcovid19.com or contact the San Bernardino County COVID-19 public information line from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at (909) 387-3911.
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.