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 until further notice due to restrictions as a
result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For matters requiring immediate assistance – call Redlands PD
non-emergency number 909-798-7681
Facilities & Community Services personnel ensure Redlands
residents, businesses and visitors enjoy City services and
facilities including parks, recreation and senior services,
trees, City-owned groves, solid waste removal and recycling, code
enforcement, the maintenance of our street lights, traffic
signals and streets as well as oversight of the Downtown area,
Redlands Municipal Airport and Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery.
All services and support are coordinated under comprehensive
The Code Enforcement Division is dedicated to enhancing the
quality of life for the residents of Redlands by enforcing local
Building, Zoning and Public Nuisance Ordinances.
This Division is responsible for enforcing codes which address
public health and safety issues, including regulations related to
rubbish, garbage, specific nuisances, removal of vegetation,
zoning, housing, dangerous buildings, and inoperable and
unlicensed vehicles on private property. Enforcement actions are
taken in response to requests for action received from residents.
The City of Redlands, Solid Waste Division, currently services
over 19,000 customers for solid waste, green waste and recycling
services. In addition to this service, the Solid Waste
Division also provides roll-off services for the entire city of
The Division provides general maintenance and repair of 314 miles
of street, 90 miles of storm drains, 72 City-owned traffic
signals, approximately 5,000 City-owned street lights and routine
street sweeping services on public roadways within the City.
The City of Redlands has approximately 53,900 tree sites located within the City’s right-of-way and City owned properties. Of those sites, approximately 46,900 are home to trees that live within the easement area abutting City streets and have been coined the term “street trees.” The City holds its urban forest in high regard and in partnership with the Redlands Street Tree Committee is dedicated to the continued enhancement, maintenance, education and care of this living asset.