The City of Redlands is a general law city incorporated in 1888.
It is governed by the City Council/City Manager form of
The City Council consists of five representatives chosen by
district by the electorate. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore
are then elected by the Council. The Mayor and Council set
policy, enact legislation, and adopt the budget under which the
city operates. The City Manager, appointed by the Council, is the
chief administrator for the City.
The City Manager is appointed by the City Council to serve as the
Chief Executive Officer of the City. He supervises the various
City services, prepares proposals for Council consideration, and
implements Council policy.
The City Manager is Charles M. Duggan, Jr.
You may contact Charles M. Duggan, Jr., City Manager, by any of
the following methods:
The City Attorney is appointed by the City Council to serve as its legal advisor. He reviews reports, studies, proposed policies, ordinances, resolutions, contracts and official actions of the City to determine their legal implications and make recommendations to the City Council.
The City Attorney may be contacted through the City Manager’s Office.
The City’s Open Data Portal is intended for a variety of uses.
First and foremost, this collection of resources is directed at
providing more straightforward ways to communicate information to
our customers, residents and civic partners within the community.
These tools seek to promote the City’s Core Values of Financial
Accountability; Fairness, Honesty and Integrity; and Open, Clear
and Frequent Communications.
Utilizing the City Council’s five priority focus areas of Fiscal
Accountability, Economic Development, Infrastructure, Land
Resource Management, Safety and Community Services, the Strategic
Plan highlights activities and accomplishments that City staff
will complete in the coming three years. The report guides
readers through the City’s five Priority Focus Areas (PFAs). At
the beginning of each PFA section, the introduction page outlines
the strategies and objectives for the specific focus area.