Residential Services

Animal Services

The Redlands Police Department’s Animal Control Unit provides animal control services to Redlands residents six days a week. Officers patrol the streets and respond to calls for service to assist with animal related problems.
The Redlands Animal Shelter is open to the public five days a week. The public may view animals housed at the facility. Potential adopters may request to handle animals they are interested in adopting. The shelter also provides a variety of educational programs within the community. The mission of this unit is to provide the City with quality service while meeting the needs of the public and maintaining a healthful and happy environment for the many stray and homeless animals we acquire.

Household Hazardous Waste

The Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste collection program provides for proper disposal of household hazardous materials.

Holiday Trash Collection Schedule

Days when trash collection will be pushed back one day due to the holidays.


Permits for construction.

Storm Drains

Do your part to control pollution flowing into the Santa Ana River.

Street Sweeping Schedule

Map showing the days that your street will be swept.

Street Light Maintenance

Notice a street light that needs repair? This map will show you which agency is responsible for the light and give you contact information.

Trash Collection Services

Information on green waste and recycling.

Tree Maintenance

The City of Redlands has been named a Tree City USA city by the National Arbor Day Association. Find out how the City of Redlands keeps the urban forest healthy.

Water Conservation

Guidelines to be followed to help with the current drought conditions.

Who to Call

Who to call in the Quality of Life Department. The department that provides most of the residential services.