Open Government

Overview

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.

Quick Links To Open Data

Demographic Data

Demographic Data is presented in an engaging format by Data USA.

Financial Reporting Topics

Public Information Topics:

Strategic Plan Reporting:

One Stop Permit Center:

Other Useful Links:

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Catalog of Enterprise Systems
CA Senate Bill 272 Compliance

Approved on October 11, 2015, SB 272 adds a section to the California Public Records Act requiring local agencies to create a catalog of Enterprise Systems by July 1, 2016 with annual updates.

Click Here to Download a PDF of the City's Catalog of Enterprise

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Annual Report on Development Impact Fees

Development impact fees (DIF) are charged by local governments to defray all or a portion of the cost of public facilities related to the development project.

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City Budget

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City Compensation
City Employee and Elected Officials Compensation and Benefits

State Controller’s Office website, Redlands Data

The City of Redlands recognizes its responsibility to provide comprehensive information to the public regarding compensation for both City employees and elected officials. While this information has always been available on request, in August 2010, The City of Redlands began posting salary and benefit information for all elected officials, directors and managers on the City website. In addition to salaries, the information included a comprehensive listing of benefits.