Departments

Redlands 311 App

Report Graffiti, Potholes, Illegal dumping and more!

Under Design/Planned

There are no water projects under design at this time.

Bid and Award

'B' Contract - Iowa Street to Nevada Street Pipeline Rehabilitation Project

Rehabilitation of a non-potable water pipeline and appurtenances north of Barton Road between Iowa Street and Nevada Street. The scope of work for this project is the installation of 615 linear feet of 20" PVC pipe adjacent to the existing pipe in the southeast portion of Heritage Park.

The work shall consist of all traffic control (including furnishing and installing all arrowboards, barricades, signs, delineators, and flagmen); all utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all earthwork (including trenching, shoring, sloping, bedding, and backfilling including select imported material or select native material); compacting; furnishing and installing all pipe fittings, and appurtenances; verifying pipe alignment; protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions.

Engineer's Estimate: $60,000.00 - $65,000.00

Fern Avenue & San Timoteo Canyon Road Water Pipeline Replacement

Replacement of water pipelines and appurtenances along Fern Avenue and San Timoteo Canyon Road. The scope of work for this project is the installation of 12” pipeline and 8" pipeline.

The work shall consist of all traffic control (including furnishing and installing all arrowboards, barricades, signs, delineators, and flagmen); all utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all pavement removal and disposal; all earthwork (including trenching, shoring, sloping, bedding, and backfilling including select imported material or select native material); compacting; furnishing and installing all pipe, fittings, and appurtenances; protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; replacing all asphalt concrete pavement including asphalt concrete overlays; pavement striping restriping; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions.

Engineer's Estimate: $400,000.00 

2013 CIP Water Pipeline Replacement Project - Phase 2

Replacement of water pipelines and appurtenances at 15 locations throughout the City. The scope of work for this project is the installation of approximately 14,300 linear feet of 8” pipeline, 1,000 linear feet of 12" pipeline and 2,500 linear feet of 16" pipeline.

The work shall consist of all traffic control (including furnishing and installing all arrowboards, barricades, signs, delineators, and flagmen); all utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all pavement removal and disposal; all earthwork (including trenching, shoring, sloping, bedding, and backfilling including select imported material or select native material); compacting; furnishing and installing all pipe, fittings, and appurtenances; protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; replacing all asphalt concrete pavement including asphalt concrete overlays; pavement striping restriping; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions.

Engineer's Estimate: $2,900,000.00  

Agate #1 Well & Equipment Rehabilition Project (Project No. 71252)

The City owns Agate 1 Well which is located on the corner of Agate Avenue and Mentone Blvd. in the town of Mentone. A vehicle collided with the well in the summer of 2013. To determine the extent of the damage the well and column was pulled and a camera was used to video the condition of the well. The video showed that well was constructed with mill knife louvers which allowed excessive sand intrusion and had normal tuberculation for its age. No other issues were found with the well casing. Excessive sand intrusion was confirmed by examination of the pump bowls. The City would like to continue to utilize the well and has determined the best option is to reline the existing well with a 16" liner and use a gravel packing of sufficient size for the sand conditions. This well must be in operation prior to the summer demand as source waters are expected to be at a minimum.

Engineer's Estimate: $160,000

Under Construction

Water Services Replacement 2013 Project No. 71249

This project includes replacement of 254 existing water service lines including all fittings and appurtenances, meter boxes, providing traffic control, performing utility location and verification, all earthwork (including trenching, material or select native material), compacting, protecting in place all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements, disinfecting all service lines; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to preconstruction conditions.

Highline Water Main Replacement Project (Project No. 71325)

This project is limited to the replacement of approximately 14,785 L.F. of water pipeline including all fittings, valves, water services, hydrants, and appurtenances, providing traffic control, performing utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all pavement removal and disposal, all earthwork (including trenching, material or select native material), compacting, protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; replacing all asphalt concrete pavement including asphalt concrete overlays, pavement striping, restriping; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions. Construction time is 200 calendar days.

Dearborn Reservoir Roof Rehabilitation

Reservoir rehabilitation shall include reinforced concrete drop panels, column jackets, and column footings; concrete roof slab rehabilitation, slab pour strip repairs, crack repairs, fiber reinforcement strips and coatings over columns; adding an interior concrete curb at the interface of the wall and floor; and repairing/rehabilitation of the expansion joint beam.

Expected Completion Date: April 2014

Reservoir Recoating and Improvement Project, Arroyo Reservoir

This project includes complete removal of the existing interior and exterior tank coatings. New interior and exterior coating will be applied. The tank improvements include a new spiral staircase, new hatch opening, new handrails, new mixing system, and a new rain gutter and downspout system. The cathodic protection system will also be removed and replaced.

Expected Completion Date: April 2014

Water Distribution SCADA System Upgrade

The proposed work shall be performed in accordance with the plans, specifications and other contract documents and shall consist of the following: installation of SCADA system upgrades at the City’s Highland Avenue Water Complex (HAWC), Horace P. Hinckley Water Treatment Plant, Sunset Reservoir, Texas
Grove Reservoir, and procurement of SCADA HMI system software and hardware. Up to thirteen (13) additional reservoir sites may be added to the scope of work.

The Contractor shall, upon completion of the SCADA System Upgrade installation shall provide all “as-built” documentation for the electrical systems for all sites in the project. The contractor shall support the City Engineer for the Final System acceptance testing prior to filing Notice of completion. 

Expected Completion Date: April 2014

Capital Improvement Program: Optimization of Horace P. Hinckley Water Treatment Plant

The work for this project consists of improvements to major parts of Hinckley and Agate Reservoir including the 1) Influent Meter and Mixing Structure; 2) Flocculation and Settling Basin; 3) Filter; 4) Waste Washwater Recovery Basin; 5) Packaged Water Treatment System 6) Sludge Lagoons; 7) Chemical Feed and Storage System 8) Agate Reservoir and Blending System 9) Electrical and Instrumentation and Control Work; and 10) Yard piping and structures.

Expected Completion Date: 2014 

Completed

2013 CIP Water Pipeline Replacement Project-Phase 1 (Project No. 71243)

Replacement of water pipelines and appurtenances at 5 locations throughout the City. The scope of work for this project is the installation of 8,246 linear feet of 8" pipeline and the resurfacing of selected streets and associated concrete work.

Project Completion Date: 1/16/14

Total Cost of the Project: $1,644,838.60

Country Club Booster Station Electrical and Yard Piping

Demolition and replacement of an existing booster station utilizing an innovative submerged pump design. Three submerged pumps will be installed with a bay for a future pump; associated underground and surface piping; multiple flow meters; Lighting, electrical system upgrades and SCADA work (remote data acquisition); site drainage and pavement replacement. Design was significantly revised to include a new reservoir overflow drainage system conveyed offsite for both reservoirs.

Project Completion Date: 6/3/13

Total Cost of the Project: $956,137.96

2012 Capital Improvement Program Water Pipeline Replacement Project (Project No. 71206)

Replacement of water pipelines that are substandard, deteriorated and undersized, which are not economical to repair.

Project Completion Date: 12/11/13

Total Cost of the Project: $5,715,380.00

Brookside Avenue Water Pipeline Replacement Project (Project No. 71234)

Replacement of water pipelines that are substandard and deteriorated, which are not economical to repair.

Project Completion Date: 8/23/2013

Total Cost of the Project: $289,660.00

Mira Monte Drive Water Pipeline Replacement Project (Project No. 71247)

Replace approximately 685 linear feet of water pipelines that are substandard, deteriorated and undersized, which are not economical to repair.

Total Cost of the Project: $144,556.00

Brookside Ave. & Ash St. Water Pipeline Replacement Project (Project No. 71241)

The scope of work for this project includes, but is not limited to, installation of approximately 1,130 linear feet of 12" DIP pipelines, 630 linear feet of 8" DIP pipelines, 50 linear feet of CML&C pipelines and appurtenances, 3 fire hydrants, reconnection of 30 services, tie-in to existing lines, grind & overlay, and re-striping and pavement markings.

Total Cost of the Project: $362,802.95

Soffel Avenue Water Pipeline Replacement Project (Project No. 71239)

Replacement of water pipelines that are substandard and deteriorated, which are not economical to repair.

Project Completion Date: 8/15/2013

Total Cost of the Project: $374,859.11 (with all change orders)

Citrus Avenue Water Pipeline Replacement Project (Project No. 71237)

Replacement of water pipelines that are substandard and deteriorated, which are not economical to repair.

Contract Amount: $121,478.00

Source of Fund: Water Fund

Fifth Avenue Pipeline Replacement Project

Replacement of water pipelines that are substandard, deteriorated and undersized, which are not economical to repair.

Total Cost of the Project: $197,277.02

Construction Completed: November 30, 2012 (Waterline Only)

To Search Our Site

Use google search
with the site option.

site:cityofredlands.org your text
 

PARIS

            

City Calendar

City Hall is closed every
other Friday.  Check the
calendar for closed Fridays.

2014 City Hall Calendar

City Hall Hours:
7:30 am to 5:30 pm

Events Calendar

 

Upcoming

Yesterday

  1. Pajama Story Time
    • Start time: 07:00pm
    • End date: Tuesday, April 22nd
    • End time: 07:30pm
    • Join us in the story corner of the Young Readers' Room for Pajama Story Time each Tuesday evening. We will have great stories read aloud to the kids.

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Today

  1. Preschool Story Time
    • Start time: 10:15am
    • End date: Wednesday, April 23rd
    • End time: 10:45am
    • Come join in the fun of stories and songs and meet new friends! Join us in the Assembly Room each Wednesday morning at 10:15 a.m.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  2. Post 261 Explorer Meeting
    • Start time: 06:30pm
    • End date: Wednesday, April 23rd
    • End time: 08:30pm
    • Open Enrollment to join the Redlands Explorer Program is in January of every year, but you can pick-up and drop-off applications through-out the entire year at the Fire Administration office. Ages to join are between 15 years To 21 years old.

      Fire Administrative Office
      35 Cajon Street #12
      Redlands, CA 92373

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Tomorrow

  1. Tiny Tot Story Time
    • Start time: 10:15am
    • End date: Thursday, April 24th
    • End time: 10:30am
    • Join us in the Assembly Room with your toddler. Open to ages 2 & 3, we sing and share fabulous stories. Meet new friends afterwards out in the park as most of the families stay to play!

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  2. Tiny Tot Story Time
    • Start time: 10:40am
    • End date: Thursday, April 24th
    • End time: 10:55am
    • Join us in the Assembly Room each Thursday morning for great songs, and stories!

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  3. Market Night
    • Start time: 06:00pm
    • End date: Thursday, April 24th
    • End time: 09:00pm
    • Established in 1988, Redlands Market Night has established itself as one of the most successful certified farmers markets in Southern California! Vendors vie to participate in the event that has attracted thousands of weekly visitors since its inception. Visitors are welcomed into an inviting atmosphere complete with lighted trees, brick sidewalks, historic buildings, and great musical entertainment. Crowds are pleasantly surrounded by over 150 food and merchandise booths, not to mention the downtown shopkeepers, every Thursday night.

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Friday, April 25th

  1. City Hall Closed
    • Extended service hours are offered in order for the public to conduct City business before and after traditional business hours. City staff is available 9 hours a day to serve you. City Hall offices are closed every other Friday.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  2. Movies in the Park - "Planes"
    • Start time: 06:00pm
    • End date: Friday, April 25th
    • End time: 09:00pm
    • The City of Redlands Development Services Department and the Recreation Division of the Quality of Life Department will continue the popular Movies in the Park series with Disney’s “Planes” and Sony Picture Animation’s “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2” on Friday, April 25, and Friday, May 30, at Ed Hales Park in historic Downtown Redlands, on the corner of 5th and State streets.
      Each event will begin at 6 p.m. and will include children’s craft projects and entertainment from the 6th Street School of Music, Frugal Frigate Children’s Bookstore, Seed and Kissui. The movies will begin at dusk. These events are free to the public. Feel free to bring your own blanket and chair and enjoy family entertainment with your friends and neighbors in historic downtown Redlands.
      For more information, please call the Redlands Community Center at (909) 798-7572 or visit us on the web at www.cityofredlands.org.

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Saturday, April 26th

  1. Saturday Morning Certified Farmers Market
    • Start time: 08:00am
    • End date: Saturday, April 26th
    • End time: 11:00am
    • The City’s successful Saturday Morning Certified Farmers Market brings fresh local produce to historic downtown Redlands every Saturday.

      The Saturday Morning Certified Farmers’ Market began June 6, 2009, bringing local growers to the City parking lot south of Redlands Boulevard between Fifth and Sixth streets near Ed Hales Park. The market operates from 8 to 11 a.m. every Saturday, excluding holiday weekends.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  2. Sixth Annual Community Day of Service
    • Start time: 08:00am
    • End date: Saturday, April 26th
    • End time: 12:00pm
    • More than 1,000 volunteers are expected to turn out April 26 for the Sixth Annual Day of Service, sponsored by the City of Redlands, the Redlands Service Club Council and Mormon Helping Hands, but there’s still need for more volunteers. This year volunteers will be working on community projects in four separate areas and, for the first time, expanding to the City of Highland.
      Volunteers will spread out weeding, planting, mulching, painting and repairing at Heritage Park on Orange Avenue, between Nevada and Iowa streets, the site of last year’s massive volunteer effort; Israel Beal Park, on River View Drive, south of the Santa Ana River Wash and west of Orange Street; the east end of Redlands Boulevard, along the median and the roadside; and Highland Community Park in Highland.
      The Volunteer Day of Service has become an annual event, after the stunning success of past years. Planning takes nearly a year with the City and the Redlands Service Club Council in partnership with Mormon Helping Hands.
      Along the two-mile stretch of Redlands Boulevard, volunteers will clean up and replace plants in the median, plant trees, mulch the median and shoulders and pick up trash. The City prepared for the project more than a week ago, contracting to trim all the trees along the stretch of road.
      At Israel Beal Park volunteers will remove weeds and tree stumps and replant areas of the park.
      At Heritage Park, volunteers have already begun working on irrigation in preparation for Saturday’s efforts, which will add concrete borders and decomposed granite in picnic areas and lay 20,000 square feet of sod.
      At Highland Community Park volunteers will replace the baseball infield, repair and repaint backstops and repair trash receptacles.
      The Redlands Service Club Council was formed in 2008 to offer assistance to the City through cooperative work projects and capital improvements. Working with the City’s Quality of Life Department, the Service Club Council made renovation of Sylvan Park its first major project for 2009. Since then the Service Club Council and Mormon Helping Hands have taken on increasingly ambitious projects at Prospect Park, the Redlands Bowl, landscaping the Redlands Boulevard median, and last year, creating an entire park in a day at Heritage Park.
      Individuals, families, community groups, businesses and other organizations are encouraged to participate in the workday. For information or to sign up, visit www.redlandsservice.org or contact City of Redlands Volunteer Services Coordinator Elizabeth Marin at (909) 798-7540.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  3. Household Hazardous Waste collection
    • Start time: 09:30am
    • End date: Saturday, April 26th
    • End time: 12:30pm
    • During operating hours, residents can dispose of household materials including, outdated prescription medication (with the exception of controlled substances), outdated pet prescription medication, paint products, chemical cleaners, pesticides, fertilizers, hobby/pool supplies, automotive oil, filters, brake fluid, transmission fluid, anti-freeze, gasoline, and propane tanks.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  4. Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
    • Start time: 10:00am
    • End date: Saturday, April 26th
    • End time: 02:00pm
    • On April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Redlands Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its eighth opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to the Redlands Police Annex, 30 Cajon St. (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
      Last October, Americans turned in 324 tons (over 647,000 pounds) of prescription drugs at over 4,114 sites operated by the DEA and its thousands of state and local law enforcement partners. When those results are combined with what was collected in its seven previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in over 3.4 million pounds—more than 1,700 tons—of pills.
      This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—both pose potential safety and health hazards.
      DEA is in the process of approving new regulations that implement the Safe and Responsible Drug Disposal Act of 2010, which amends the Controlled Substances Act to allow an “ultimate user” (that is, a patient or their family member or pet owner) of controlled substance medications to dispose of them by delivering them to entities authorized by the Attorney General to accept them. The Act also allows the Attorney General to authorize long term care facilities to dispose of their residents’ controlled substances in certain instances.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  5. Spanish Story Time
    • Start time: 10:15am
    • End date: Saturday, April 26th
    • End time: 10:45am
    • Join us in the story corner of the Young Readers' Room and enjoy stories and songs in Spanish!

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  6. No subject
    • Start time: 10:30am
    • End date: Saturday, April 26th
    • End time: 11:30am
    • Free Saturday Craft Day with Miss Didi and her helpers. "April Showers Bring May Flowers" is the theme this month. Please call the YRR at (909) 798-7674 for more information and to sign up. All ages are welcome to attend!

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Monday, April 28th

  1. Environmental Review Committee
  2. Chinese Story Time
    • Start time: 05:45pm
    • End date: Monday, April 28th
    • End time: 06:15pm
    • Join us in the Story corner of the Young Readers' Room for Chinese/Mandarin songs and stories.

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Tuesday, April 29th

  1. Pajama Story Time
    • Start time: 07:00pm
    • End date: Tuesday, April 29th
    • End time: 07:30pm
    • Join us in the story corner of the Young Readers' Room for Pajama Story Time each Tuesday evening. We will have great stories read aloud to the kids.

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Wednesday, April 30th

  1. Preschool Story Time
    • Start time: 10:15am
    • End date: Wednesday, April 30th
    • End time: 10:45am
    • Come join in the fun of stories and songs and meet new friends! Join us in the Assembly Room each Wednesday morning at 10:15 a.m.

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  2. Post 261 Explorer Meeting
    • Start time: 06:30pm
    • End date: Wednesday, April 30th
    • End time: 08:30pm
    • Open Enrollment to join the Redlands Explorer Program is in January of every year, but you can pick-up and drop-off applications through-out the entire year at the Fire Administration office. Ages to join are between 15 years To 21 years old.

      Fire Administrative Office
      35 Cajon Street #12
      Redlands, CA 92373

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Thursday, May 1st

  1. Tiny Tot Story Time
    • Start time: 10:15am
    • End date: Thursday, May 1st
    • End time: 10:30am
    • Join us in the Assembly Room with your toddler. Open to ages 2 & 3, we sing and share fabulous stories. Meet new friends afterwards out in the park as most of the families stay to play!

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  2. Tiny Tot Story Time
    • Start time: 10:40am
    • End date: Thursday, May 1st
    • End time: 10:55am
    • Join us in the Assembly Room each Thursday morning for great songs, and stories!

    • View this event in Google Calendar
  3. Historic and Scenic Preservation Commission
  4. Market Night
    • Start time: 06:00pm
    • End date: Thursday, May 1st
    • End time: 09:00pm
    • Established in 1988, Redlands Market Night has established itself as one of the most successful certified farmers markets in Southern California! Vendors vie to participate in the event that has attracted thousands of weekly visitors since its inception. Visitors are welcomed into an inviting atmosphere complete with lighted trees, brick sidewalks, historic buildings, and great musical entertainment. Crowds are pleasantly surrounded by over 150 food and merchandise booths, not to mention the downtown shopkeepers, every Thursday night.

    • View this event in Google Calendar

Login page here.