The Risk Management Division maintains a set of operating principles that serve as the foundation for how we interact with residents, colleagues, employees and other stakeholders. At the core of these operating principles lie five core values: integrity, excellence, respect, responsibility and teamwork.
If you have any questions, or require any assistance regarding any of the topics above, please don’t hesitate to contact the Risk Management Division, either by:
Phone: (909) 798- 7514
Fax: (909) 335-4762
City of Redlands
Attn: Risk Management
P.O. Box 3005
Redlands, CA 92373
Human Resources Department
35 Cajon Street, Suite 10
Redlands, CA 92373
The City’s Risk Management Division is committed to thoroughly
investigating and responding to claims filed against the City for
allegations of misconduct, negligence, or wrongdoing. To file a
claim against the City, please review the instructions below, and
provide the requested evidence and forms to the City Clerk’s
office to begin the process.
The City of Redlands is proud to conduct business with its
various vendors, and serve as a potential host for you next
event. Please review the table below for the City’s insurance
requirements related to the type of business that will be
conducted between the City and yourself. If you should have any
questions please contact the City’s Risk Management Division by
calling (909) 798-7514 x. 1792 or emailing Insurance@cityofredlands.org.
The City of Redlands offers Special Events Insurance for
individuals utilizing City facilities for their events through
Alliant’s Special Events Insurance Program. To obtain a quote for
coverage, the City requests that you complete a Special Events Insurance Questionnaire
and submit it to the Risk Management Division for consideration.
Based on the answers to the questionnaire about your event, as
well as your responses to any additional inquiries that may
arise, a premium will be quoted for your event. Once received it
your choice whether to accept or reject the quote.
The City of Redlands is committed to the safety and well-being of
its employees and residents. As part of this commitment, we are
constantly striving to address and manage the hazards inherent to
the services we provide, as well as those faced by our employees
while providing them. From maintenance to training, the City is
constantly attempting to develop solutions to ensure compliance
with all State and Federal regulations, as well as industry best
practices and guidelines.
As part of the City’s Safety Program, the Risk Management
Division has drafted policies and procedures in accordance with
Cal/OSHA guidelines to advise all employees exposed to those
hazards, of their duties, obligations, and responsibilities under
California Workers’ Compensation (WC) laws require the City of
Redlands to provide workers’ compensation benefits to employees
who are injured or who develop an illness as a direct result of