The Communications and Community Relations Office is responsible
for the regular dissemination of public information about the
City of Redlands through various communications vehicles,
including social media, news releases to the media, Redlands TV
and other public forums. The Public Information Officer hosts
press conferences, writes press releases and articles for
publication in magazines and newsletters, manages the City’s
social media platforms and helps coordinate public events.
The Communications and Community Relations Office also
oversees the City’s Government Access cable TV channels 3
(Spectrum customers) and 35 (Verizon customers). The
Communications and Community Relations Office includes the
Redlands TV video unit, which produces original programming
regarding municipal services for Redlands TV.
News releases from the City of Redlands and the Redlands Police
Department are available to the press and the public online
through the City of Redlands Newsroom.
35 Cajon Street, Redlands, CA
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Public Information Officer – Carl Baker - (909) 798-7633
Redlands Multimedia Production Coordinator – Cheryl
Williams - (909) 335-4736
There’s a lot going on at the City of Redlands and we have a
wealth of talented staff available to speak to your Service Club
or Civic Organization.
A list of some of the staff and topics is available below. If you
have a topic of interest in an area of municipal government that
is not listed, contact us. Chances are we have someone with the
knowledge and expertise to speak about it to your group.
Redlands TV is a government access cable channel with programming
generated from Redlands City Hall. Programming includes City
Council and Planning Commission meetings and select special
events either sponsored or co-sponsored by the City; and
informational videos highlighting city services and programs.
Redlands TV is available to cable television subscribers through
Spectrum cable (Channel 3) or Frontier cable (Channel 35)
The City of Redlands promotes a positive atmosphere for
production companies wishing to film within City limits. A film
permit is required for all filming done within the City of
Redlands. We have a simplified permit procedure designed to
coordinate all your production needs with City health and safety
Contact FCS Administration by the following methods: