City of Redlands
35 Cajon St., Ste. 20
P.O. Box 3005, Redlands, CA 92373
City's Response to Public's Questions/Comments from July 18, 2012 City Council Meeting
Redlands Crossing Environmental Impact Report
Response to Comments Section on Draft EIR for Redlands Crossing
Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program
Redlands Crossing Socio Economic Cost Benefit Study
Redlands Crossing PowerPoint Presentation
Downtown General Plan & Specific Plan No. 45 Amendment & Draft Environmental Impact Report
Notice for Scoping Meeting for Downtown Specific Plan
Zoning Map & General Plan Land Use Map
Orange Blossom Trail Plan (Large file - may take awhile to download)
**NOTE: 2016 California Building Standards Code will be in effect on January 1, 2017**
Please see attached flyer for important plan check application submittal dates
There are several divisions within the Department, including:
Planning and Building and Safety
The Department regulates land uses, applies development standards for new and existing projects and implements the building code. The most visible functions of the Department are the processing of development projects through the Environmental Review Committee, Historic and Scenic Preservation Commission, Planning Commission, and City Council. The Development Services Department is staffed by a variety of professionals such as Planners, Building Officials, Building Inspectors, and other administrative personnel.
One Stop Permit Center
35 Cajon Street Suite 15A
The City of Redlands One Stop Permit Center offers a single place for residents and developers to submit and coordinate projects and plan checks to ensure efficient and effective service and support from Building and Safety, Planning and Engineering personnel.
The Economic Development Division administers a variety of economic development programs and services that support businesses and residents in the City of Redlands. Division staff is involved in business retention and attraction activities, City/Chamber and regional collaborative efforts, business networking, marketing, workforce development, tourism and project support.
Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency
Except for those provisions of the Community Redevelopment Law that are repealed, restricted, or revised pursuant to AB 1X26, all authority, rights, powers, duties, and obligations previously vested with the former redevelopment agency, under the Community Redevelopment Law, are vested in the Successor Agency.