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Redlands Animal Control

Bill Miller - Shelter Supervisor

504 N. Kansas Street, Redlands CA 92373
(909) 798-7644     Fax (909) 335-4773

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Photo of Redlands Animal ControlThe 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.

 

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Operations
The front office:
The shelter is open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The shelter is closed Sundays and Mondays. The front office does not close for lunch. The shelter is closed for all City holidays. Telephones are answered beginning at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. on Saturdays until closing time each day. If you have an emergency after office hours you may call the Redlands Police Department at 798-7681.

The front office is a busy area within our shelter, receiving more than 15,000 miscellaneous telephone calls in a year. The front office clerk is also responsible for dispatching field traffic to the officers, processing adoptions, relinquished animals, owner reclaims, computer entry, filing reports, and other related duties.

The kennels:
The public is welcome to tour our kennel and cattery areas to view our many animals. Whether you are looking for your lost animal or for an animal to adopt, we are more than happy to assist you in any way that we can. If your lost animal is not found in our shelter, we encourage you to fill out a lost animal report. We may be able to locate the animal for you and reunite you with your pet.

If you are looking to adopt, shelter staff or a volunteer will assist you in handling the animal you are interested in. Dogs may be taken by leash out to the front where our adoption viewing pens are located. There you will be able to socialize with the dog before making your decision to adopt. Cats may be handled inside the cattery, with doors closed of course, to enjoy the cat snuggled up in your arms.

Maintaining our kennels and cattery is a continuous process. The kennel attendant arrives at 7 a.m. each day to begin the process of cleaning and disinfecting all of the runs and cages. Then all animals are fed before the doors open for public view. The kennel runs and cat cages are cleaned throughout the entire day to keep our animals healthy and living in a suitable and clean environment.

Our animals are cared for in this manner seven days a week including holidays. A day does not go by without attention given to our animal population. Nor does a day go by that some animal is not brought into the shelter and the population changes somewhat daily. Animals are reunited with owners, adopted into new homes or sadly but humanely put to sleep.

Field Service: Animal Control Officers respond to a variety of calls for service. Officers enforce municipal codes as well as State and Federal laws pertaining to animals. Officers handle a variety of both domestic and wild animals. They patrol the city streets and pick up or impound dogs running at large, dead animals, injured animals, and aggressive animals, handle reports of animal cruelty or neglect, animal welfare concerns, animals in distress, noisy animals and animal bites. Officers issue citations for violations, write crime reports, handle investigations and write other miscellaneous reports.

 

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Adoptions
You may choose to adopt from a large population of animals from our shelter. All animals adopted that are two (2) months of age or older are sent out to a veterinary hospital to be surgically altered prior to the new owner taking possession of the new pet. The new pet owner then goes directly to the animal hospital to collect their animal and no additional fees are owed unless they make prior arrangements for additional services. The City of Redlands pays any cost above the deposit paid by the adoptee to cover the total cost of the surgery. You may choose to pay by cash or check for your adoption.

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Adoption fees for dogs:
All dogs regardless of age adopt out at the following rate:

Adoption $12
Vaccination $23
Spay/Neuter deposit $50
  $85

Adoption fees for cats:
All cats regardless of age adopt out at the following rate:

Adoption $7
Vaccination $15
Spay/Neuter deposit $28
  $50

 

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Reclaims
If your pet should happen to be impounded at the shelter, there will be fees incurred to reclaim your animal. These fees cover the cost of the impoundment, board, vaccination and care of the animal while housed at the shelter. You possibly may also be issued a citation for allowing your dog to run freely off your property or for lack of a rabies vaccination or license.

Dogs:

Apprehension $20 Altered $35 Unaltered
Board $10 (per day)
Vaccination $23

Dogs are given a vaccination upon impoundment to protect them due to the exposure to other dogs already housed at the shelter and from exposure from running loose on the street.

*If a citation is issued for any violation, a court date is set for your appearance. Additional fees could be imposed by the court.

Cats:

Apprehension. $10
Board $10 (per day)
Vaccination $15 (3-way)

Cats are given a vaccination upon impoundment to protect them due to exposure to other cats already housed at the shelter.

Livestock:

Large animal $40 plus daily board & hauling fee at private facility.
Medium animal $30 plus daily board & hauling fee at private facility.
Small animal $20 plus daily board & hauling fee at private facility.

 

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Owner Release
If you are a resident of the City of Redlands and need to give up your animal either for adoption or to be humanely put to sleep, you may bring the animal into the shelter or request that the animal be picked up from your home. Requests for euthanasia will be done on the same day the animal is turned in. Those animals suitable for adoption are made immediately available for adoption, signature requested, but a guarantee is not given in finding the pet a new home. The time period which an animal is maintained at the shelter is undeterminable. Many factors are taken into consideration before the animal is chosen to be humanely euthanized. Our shelter has a successful adoption rate but guarantees simply cannot be made.

Canine:
$30 brought into the shelter by the owner.
$35 picked up from the home by Animal Control.

*You will be asked to fill out a pet profile on your animal. This information will assist shelter staff in finding your dog a suitable new home.

Feline:
$20 brought into the shelter by the owner.
$35 picked up from home by Animal Control.

 

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It's the Law
R.M.C. 6.04.020 License required.
It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to own, harbor, possess or have custody of any dog within the City without securing a license for the dog.

R.M.C. 6.04.140 Vaccination required.
It is unlawful for any person to own, have an interest in, harbor, feed or have the care, custody or possession of a dog, whether the dog is confined or not, unless the dog has been currently vaccinated with a State approved rabies vaccine.

R.M.C. 6.04 170 Running at large unlawful.
Any person owning or having charge, custody, control or possession of any dog shall not permit such animal to run at large, or to run loose or unrestrained in, along or upon any public street, sidewalk or place.

R.M.C. 6.04.190 Quarantine for dog bite.
Whenever it is shown that any dog has bitten any person, the owner or person having custody or possession of the dog shall, upon order of the Chief of Police, quarantine the dog and keep it tied up or confined on the owner’s property for a period of 10 days.

R.M.C. 6.24.120 Noisy animals prohibited.
No person shall own or keep any animal within the City which, by frequent barking, howling, yelping, whining or the making of other noise, disturbs the peace of the neighborhood or causes excessive discomfort to any reasonable person of normal sensitivity residing in the area.

R.M.C. 18.40.040 G Accessory uses.
The keeping of not more than three adult dogs and three adult cats, and their litters up to the age of ten weeks.

 

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Licensing
If you reside inside the City limits and own a dog, you must secure a City dog license for your pet. Your dog is required by law to be licensed by four (4) months of age. You must obtain a State approved rabies vaccination for your dog that must be administered by a licensed veterinarian. The vet will provide you with a rabies certificate. This certificate must be presented to the City Treasurer’s office as proof of vaccination when you purchase your dog’s license. The City Treasurer’s Office is located at 35 Cajon St., Suite 15B, and can be reached by calling 798-7544. This first vaccination will be good for a 12-month period. The license will also be good for one year. When the dog is re-vaccinated, the vaccine will protect your pet for a three-year period but a City license must be purchased yearly. The license fee for a one year period is $23.

Your rabies vaccination protects your pet against the deadly rabies virus. The State of California is still considered a rabies state. The City of Redlands has had ten (10) bats test positive in a three-year period. This is reason enough to abide by vaccination laws. Your City license assists in providing proof of vaccination and is a great way for shelter staff to identify your animal should your dog be impounded. Shelter staff will be able to trace the license number directly to you and will be able to notify you immediately that your dog has been picked up. You then can be reunited with your animal quickly.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located?

The shelter is located at 504 N. Kansas Street (corner of Park and Kansas). This is between Tennessee and Alabama south of Redlands Boulevard.

What are your hours?

The shelter hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and closed on Sundays and Mondays. Telephones are answered Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you have an emergency after hours, you may call the Redlands Police Department at 798-7681.

When is an Animal Control Officer available?

Animal Control Officers are available to respond to calls from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. You may reach them by calling the shelter or the Redlands Police Department at 798-7681 if the shelter is closed.

I've lost my pet, can you help me?

Pet owners are encouraged to come into the shelter to identify their lost animals. Many animal descriptions are in the eye of the beholder. The animal you describe may not be as we see the animal. Opinions differ in describing animals. Only you can positively identify your pet if it is not wearing identification, and remember tags can come loose and fall off. We also have a lost/found book that you should place your information in. This may help us reunite you and your pet.

Are you a no kill shelter?

No. We accept all animals into this facility. This means we receive sick, terminally ill, injured and aggressive animals and those with behavioral problems. Many of these animals are not suitable for adoption so they are humanely put to sleep.

Can I have my animal spayed or neutered at your shelter?

We do not have a surgical ward at the shelter so we cannot offer surgeries. We do have a spay and neuter program in which all dogs and cats two months or older at time of adoption are sent out to area veterinarians to be spayed or neutered.

Can you vaccinate my dog or cat?

We do not offer vaccinations to the public. You may obtain your pet’s vaccinations from any vet. We do vaccinate all animals impounded at the shelter for their protection.

I have found an animal but I don't want to turn it over to you, what should I do?

You are required to notify the animal shelter so that staff can place the description and other information about the animal in the lost/found book. You are also required to place an ad in the newspaper, which they will run for free, advertising the found animal. You must make an honest attempt to locate the owner.

How do you put animals to sleep?

We euthanize all animals by lethal injection. Two staff members are involved in the process. One person to hold and comfort the animal, the other to inject the drug. This is the most humane method to put an animal to sleep.

Do you board animals?

We are not a boarding facility. We can direct you to professional boarding facilities in the area.

Do you take credit or ATM cards?
The shelter is not set up to accept these types of transactions. We do accept cash or checks.

I need to give up my pet but I don't want to release it to you, can you help?
We can offer alternative resources to you. We have a network of rescue groups that may be able to assist you in finding your animal a new home.

What can I do about barking dogs?

The City has an ordinance pertaining to noisy animals. There is a procedure in place to assist you in resolving your complaint. Call animal control for assistance.

What can I do about feral or stray cats in my neighborhood?

If you know that these cats do not belong to anyone, you may rent a humane cat trap from the shelter and trap the cats. You may either bring them into the shelter or call animal control for pick up.

Wildlife is coming into my yard, can you help me?

Yes! The shelter offers written material that may help you better understand the wildlife you share your community with. We can assist you in learning how to deter the wild animals from your property, allowing them to continue to survive in the area. You may learn to enjoy and appreciate the wildlife we have.

If I release my animal to you, can you guarantee an adoption?
Unfortunately we are not in control of what the public is looking to adopt. We certainly hope for the best for all of our animals, but cannot guarantee any particular animal will be adopted.

*If you have any animal related questions, please do not hesitate to call our shelter. We will attempt to assist you in answering your questions or giving you other resources that may help.

 

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Mission Statement

To provide a safe, healthy and loving environment for lost, stray or unwanted animals.

To provide ongoing care, affection and attention to those animals, until such time they are reunited with their owners, adopted to new homes or euthanized in a humane manner.

To provide public education regarding the importance of proper pet care, sterilization, vaccinations, licensing and laws pertaining to animals and their welfare.

To provide the necessary service required by the community and respond to their needs and concerns.
To provide protection for all creatures domestic or wild and create community awareness regarding their individual responsibility to respect, protect and preserve our animals.

Volunteers

Welcome to the Redlands Animal Shelter volunteer program. If you wish to become a shelter volunteer you must be 18 years of age or older. You are required to fill out an application, be interviewed by the shelter supervisor, and take a guided tour of the shelter facility. If it is agreed upon that you are to become a shelter volunteer, you become an important part in helping our facility provide the best care possible for our many stray or unwanted animals. You may choose to walk our dogs, bathe our dogs, socialize with our cats, and assist in other ways too. For further information, or to set up an appointment, please call the Redlands Animal Shelter (909) 798-7644.

 

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Yesterday

  1. 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

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Today

  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!

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  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!

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  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.

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Tomorrow

  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.

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  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.

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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.

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  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.

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  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.

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  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.

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  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!

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  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!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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  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

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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!

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  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!

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  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.

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Saturday, May 3rd

  1. 5th Annual Bicycle Health and Safety Expo
    • Start time: 08:00am
    • End date: Saturday, May 3rd
    • End time: 12:00pm
    • The Redlands Police Department and Ride Yourself Fit will present the 5th Annual Children’s Bicycle Health and Safety Expo Saturday, May 3, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Redlands Mall parking lot, near the intersection of West Citrus Avenue and Eureka Street.
      The free event will include bicycle safety and course instruction information for all ages, health and safety resources and various craft booths. Music, food, crafts and free bicycle drawings for all ages will also be held during the event. Attendees are encouraged to bring their bicycles and helmets as they will be given the opportunity to practice their safety skills in our bicycle safety course.
      Some participating agencies include Redlands Community Hospital, Cyclery USA, Don’s Bicycles, Friends of the A.K. Smiley Public Library, Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council, Redlands Boys and Girls Club, Second Baptist Church Redlands and Music Changing Lives. Redlands Police Motor and Bicycle Officers will be present in uniform and teaching children bicycle safety. Bicycle licenses, registration and fingerprinting will also be provided by Redlands Police Department volunteers.
      A family ride from Sylvan Park, sponsored by Ride Yourself Fit, will be held at noon on Sunday, May 4. The free ride will be at an easy pace. All riders MUST wear approved helmets and closed toed shoes. Ride Yourself Fit members will assist families during the ride. All non-RYF members (adults and the parent/ guardian of each child) will be required to sign a consent and waiver before each ride. Parents are encouraged but not required to participate in the ride.
      Ride Yourself Fit is a family-friendly cycling club which is open to all. The club is focused on fun, fitness and fellowship. Beginning to advanced riders will find what they need to start or improve their riding on Saturday morning rides. You will also find other events such as Walk Yourself Fit and Eat Yourself Fit groups. Family rides are the first Sunday of every month, all are welcome.
      The Redlands Police Department’s purpose is to control crime before it occurs by supporting strong families, resilient youth and safe and sustainable neighborhoods.
      If you have any questions, or would be interested in donating or attending the event, please feel free to contact Event Coordinators: Alesandra Wilson at alesandrawilson@yahoo.com or (909) 798-3331 or Officer Elyzabeth Green at 909-798-7534 ext 2 or at egreen@redlandspolice.org

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  2. Saturday Morning Certified Farmers Market
    • Start time: 08:00am
    • End date: Saturday, May 3rd
    • 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.

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  3. Household Hazardous Waste collection
    • Start time: 09:30am
    • End date: Saturday, May 3rd
    • 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.

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  4. Spanish Story Time
    • Start time: 10:15am
    • End date: Saturday, May 3rd
    • End time: 10:45am
    • Join us in the story corner of the Young Readers' Room and enjoy stories and songs in Spanish!

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  5. Free Saturday Craft Day
    • Start time: 10:30am
    • End date: Saturday, May 3rd
    • End time: 11:30am
    • Join Miss Didi and her helpers as they make crafts with Snow White! There is only room for 40 children, so be sure to sign up today! This program is open to all ages. Please call the YRR at (909) 798-7674 in order to sign up!

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