City Council

UPDATED: The City Council 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 Council may call the office at (909) 798-7533 or send an email to 

The City of Redlands is a general law city incorporated in 1888. It is governed by the City Council/City Manager form of government.

City Manager

Charlie Duggan

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 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.


City Attorney

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.


City Clerk
Jeanne Donaldson

Elected November 8, 2016 (first elected term)
Current Term 2016 – 2020

Address: 35 Cajon Street, Suite 4, Redlands, CA 92373
Phone: 909-798-7531
Fax: 909-798-7535
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11-6-18 Certified Election Results


City Treasurer
Robert Dawes

Elected: November 6, 2012 (first elected term)
Current Term: November 2016-2020

Statutory duties of the City Treasurer as defined by California Government Code Section 41001-41007 are as follows:


Commissions & Boards

Redlands’ Commissions and Boards provide many opportunities for residents to become involved in the City. As an advisory body, commissions and boards make recommendations to the City Council.

Meeting Schedule


Open Government

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.


Strategic Plan
2014 - 2017

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.