Since 1894, Smiley Public Library has provided library services to the residents of Redlands. It seeks to provide, in accordance with the State Education Code, general diffusion of information and knowledge, a supplement to the formal system of free public education and shall be forever free to the inhabitants of Redlands.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ALL CITY HALL PUBLIC COUNTERS ARE NOW
CLOSED FOR WALK-IN SERVICE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.
PLEASE GO TO EACH DIVISION’S PAGE FOR ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO
conduct business with OUR PLANNING, BUILDING & SAFETY AND
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT staff. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE
INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
The Development Services Department provides quality
service to customers through professionalism, integrity and the
efficient use of resources. The Department endeavors to
enhance and protect the urban and natural environment of the city
helping to ensure that Redlands remains an ideal place to
live and work. Functional divisions include Building & Safety
(building inspections, plan review and permit processing),
Development (business attraction and retention,
workforce development and tourism promotion) and Planning (land development,
application review, general plan, specific plan, long-range
planning and historic preservation) as well as
the administration of the Community Development Block Grant
The City of Redlands is following the guidance of public health
experts to minimize the potential spread of the Coronavirus and
has closed the Facilities & Community Services Department to the
public from Tuesday, March 17th through Thursday, April 30th.
The Fourth of July is approaching, and while we do not want to
prevent anyone from celebrating in their own way, we want to
remind everyone that fireworks are strictly prohibited within the
City of Redlands. If you are caught using or in possession of
fireworks, our fire marshals can and will cite you and confiscate
all of your fireworks.
UPDATED: The lobby for the Human Resources
Office at 35 Cajon St. Ste. 10 is closed to the public and
employees through the end of April. Those who have business
with the Human Resources Division may call the office at
(909) 798-7514 or send an email to
CITY HALL OFFICES CONTINUE TO BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL THE COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH’S ORDERS ARE RESCINDED. STAFF REMAIN AVAILABLE VIA PHONE AND EMAIL.
The City of Redlands continues to monitor state and county public health orders and is following county public health recommendations to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19. While City Hall offices and many of our public facilities are closed to the public, staff continue to provide services to the community and are available via phone and email.
UPDATED: The City Manager’s Office located at 35 Cajon St. Ste.
200 is closed to the public through the end of April. Those
who have business with the City Manager’s office may call the
office at (909) 798-7510 or send an email to
The Office of the City Manager oversees the city departments and
administers the day-to-day operations of the city. It is
headed by the City Manager. Emergency Management, the Public
Information Office and Purchasing are also part of the
Office of the City Manager.