(3/24/14) Come and enjoy Ballroom dance in a comfortable and fun setting.
Nightclub Two-Step will be taught Mondays beginning April 7 through April 28.
Classes are held from 6:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. Registration fee is $8 per person. Partners are not required.
(3/24/14) The Redlands Community Senior Center, 111 W. Lugonia Ave., invites seniors to join us for an afternoon Dinner and Dance from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 8. Prices are $12 with patron card and $14 without.
(3/24/14) Redlands Police arrested two drivers and issued 30 citations during targeted traffic enforcement in the days leading up to through the St. Patrick’s Day Monday.
Redlands Police officers conducted a sobriety checkpoint, targeted “saturation patrols” looking for anyone who may have been tempted to drink and drive and traffic enforcement patrols looking for additional violations.
(3/19/14) The Redlands Police and Fire Departments are warning local business owners to be sure you know exactly who is performing fire inspections on your property.
The Redlands Police Department is investigating a series of recent incidents of fraudulent fire inspections performed at a number of local businesses.
Agents from the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) and Officers from the Redlands Police Department Police joined forces with law enforcement agencies throughout California in a Decoy Shoulder Tap Operation designed to help reduce youth access to alcohol.
The task force operation was conducted on Saturday, March 15, and resulted in two arrests in Redlands. The operation was conducted statewide. Arrested were Anthony Richard Venegas, 35, of Hemet, and Manuel Jose Rodriguez, Jr., 45, of Forest Falls.
Redlands Police cited 15 drivers during a crosswalk enforcement detail Monday.
Two police officers and a community service officer conducted the crosswalk detail Monday, March 17, at two intersections – Cajon and Vine streets; and Redlands Boulevard at State Street. Drivers were cited for failure to yield to a pedestrian.
A significant number of downtown Redlands alcohol establishments have pledged not to over-serve alcohol in an effort to keep St. Patrick’s Day celebrations safer. Bars and restaurants in Redlands are posting their pledge not to over-serve on their walls and asking patrons to help them keep their word.
As part of the City’s continuing efforts to increase interaction with residents and promote transparency in City affairs, the City Council began a monthly “Coffee With the Council” in February 2011.
The informal meetings are held from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month, rotating among three local restaurants – Olive Avenue Market, 530 W. Olive Ave; Cuca’s Mexican Food, 1752 E. Lugonia Ave.; and Augie’s Coffee House, 113 N. Fifth St. Council members rotate attendance, with no more than two members at each meeting.
Mayor Pete Aguilar suggested the meetings as a way for residents to ask questions or share concerns with Council members outside the formal setting of a City Council meeting.
The remaining schedule for this year’s Coffee with the Council meetings is included below
The Redlands Human Relations Commission invites residents of Redlands and surrounding communities to attend its 12th Annual César Chávez Scholarship Breakfast, beginning at 7 a.m. Thursday, March 27.
The annual scholarship breakfast recognizes and provides awareness of the efforts of the late civil rights and farm labor leader, celebrating César Chávez’s legacy of compassion, education, and equality for all Americans. Last year’s event raised enough funds to provide $1,000 scholarships to several Redlands Unified School District students that the committee felt exemplified the spirit of Chávez.
This year’s breakfast will be held from 7 to 9 a.m. Thursday, March 27, at the American Legion Post 650, 1532 North Church St. A stirring program is planned, followed by an auction of various goods, including art work, and community business packages.
The Fourteenth annual Faith and Justice Summit sponsored by the Cops and Clergy Network Inc. takes place March 20, beginning at 8 a.m. This year the summit is being hosted by Cops and Clergy Network, Yucaipa Chapter, and the City of Yucaipa. The summit will be held at Yucaipa Christian Church, 12954 Bryant St. in Yucaipa
This year’s theme is “Curb Crime: Save Our Children,” including the additional themes “Save a Life” and “Protect Our Children.” A panel discussion by participants will explore: “How an effective coalition of community members and leaders, school officials and various civil authorities can be brought together to work in the best interest of our children’s well-being on an ongoing basis rather than just attempting to do so in crisis mode.”