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 reservations in buildings. The city
however has reopened tennis, pickleball, and golf programs. In
addition, all sport fields have reopened to allow for individual
fitness opportunities. Please visit our website often as updates
will be posted regulatory.
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 our Virtual Recreation Center. Click here to find out more.
In addition, we are working with members and businesses of our
community to provide support to our Seniors who are at high risk
during the COVID-19 crisis. The services we are able to
provide includes weekly frozen food packages through the Family
Service Association, Daily hot meals delivered to their door
through the Meals on Wheels program, care packages for seniors,
our never alone program, and social engaging programs via Zoom.
Join The Redlands Conservancy and the City of Redlands in our month-long partnership to encourage participants to “ramble” the streets and trails of our town. You may walk, run, bike or “ramble” any trail, path, sidewalk, or driveway.
The Fresh Air Challenge is big; we want Redlands to walk as many miles as possible (we’re shooting for a million miles in the month of January!)
A big thank you to the more than 100 local children who entered the contest. And a thank you too to our co-sponsors the City of Redlands, Redlands Chamber of Commerce, Citrograph Printing, Inc., and the Rochford Foundation.
First-place winners in each category get books from Frugal Frigate, toys from Jack’s Toys, a pizza dinner, movie tickets and a framed poster. Look for the winning posters all around town. Click here to see all the entries.