With the continuously evolving COVID-19 crisis, the City of
Redlands Recreation Divison has temporarily closed the Redlands
Community Center and both Joslyn and Lugonia Senior Centers, as
well has suspended all programming and reservations in our
buildings. However with our facility closures in effect the
Redlands Recreation Division will continue to dedicate ourselves
to serving our community by providing and promoting fun and
enriching recreational programming that you can enjoy in the
safety of your home though with virtual recreation programming or
in-person at city parks. We have taken necessary precautions
with our in-person programs to ensure the health and safety
of participants. Please visit our website often as updates
will be posted regularly.
Certified farmers’ markets provide local farmers with the opportunity to sell their crops directly to the consumer. Before farmers are allowed to sell in the market, the government ensures the farmers are only selling the agricultural products that they actually grow!
Support your local farmers and buy your fresh produce at the Saturday Farmers’ Market and find everything you need straight from the farm!
Some of the produce you will find at the market includes eggs, squash, blackberries, avocados. tangerines, strawberries, lettuces, onions, blueberries, grapefruit, Brussels sprouts, lemons, garlic, carrots, persimmons! Visit our “What’s in Season” page to see what becomes available with every season.
The City of Redlands Community Gardens is a fulfilling, inexpensive way to grow organic fruits and vegetables and provides a relaxing place to socialize with other residents who enjoy similar activities.
The city operates three community gardens with a total of 85 rentable plots which are managed by the Redlands Recreation Division. Our community gardens are governed by our Conditions of use including a Waiver and Release of Liability agreement. To be eligible for a garden plot you must be a resident of Redlands. Only one plot is allowed per family/household. Plots are non-transferable.
The City of Redlands Bicycle Master Plan provides a vision for
improving the bicycling environment by providing direction for
the expansion of the existing bikeway network, connection of
gaps, recommendations for bicycle support facilities, and
education and awareness programs.