The City of Redlands has excellent educational resources ranging from K-12 to college level. Students consistently score above county, state and national averages on every academic assessment. Redlands schools have been named California Distinguished Schools 26 times and three schools have been commended, nominated or designated National Blue Ribbon Schools.

U.S. News and World Report has ranked the University of Redlands 11th of 140 Western Regional Universities. 


Hillside Memorial Park

Hillside Memorial Park was established in 1886 by local pioneers Frank Brown and Edward Judson to serve the needs of the community of Redlands. Hillside Memorial Park has been owned and operated by the City of Redlands since 1918. The cemetery is located in the southwestern section of the City in an area of scenic rolling hills. Our cemetery grounds have an approximate 53 acres making Hillside Memorial Park the largest city owned cemetery in California. Of those 53 acres there are 13 acres that are left undeveloped and available for future cemetery development projects.


Public Safety

The welfare and protection of the general public is the main focus of our Fire and Police Departments.
Some of the services available to the public can be found on the following pages:


Redlands Municipal Airport (REI)

Since 1947, the Redlands Municipal Airport has been serving the area’s aviation community. Redlands Municipal Airport (FAA identification REI) is a 180 acre facility with a 4,570 foot long by 75 foot wide runway serving approximately 240 based aircraft.

For information on general airport operations or to report a maintenance concern contact us:

Phone: 909-798-7655


Utilities Customer Service

Phone: (909) 798-7516

The primary purpose of the Customer Service Division is to provide accurate and timely billing for water, wastewater, solid waste, street cleaning and household hazardous waste services.

In addition to providing billing services, the Customer Service Division is a cross-functional team that provides assistance to customers for information on their utility bill, such as: various services billed, water usage, sewer usage, refuse service–including missed trash collections, proper disposal of household hazardous waste, recycling opportunities, water conservation and restrictions, automated payment programs and assistance with enrollment in Redconnect, a “free” online service that provides account information 24/7.