Public Information Office

Overview

City of Redlands Public Information Office

The Public Information Officer (PIO) is responsible for the regular dissemination of public information about the City of Redlands to the media. The PIO hosts press conferences, writes press releases and articles for publication in magazines and newsletters and helps coordinate public events. The Public Information Officer also oversees the City’s Government Access cable TV channels 3 (Spectrum customers) and 35 (Verizon customers). The Public Information Office includes the Redlands TV video unit, which produces original programming regarding municipal services for Redlands TV.

News releases from the City of Redlands and the Redlands Police Department are available to the press and the public online through the City of Redlands Newsroom.

35 Cajon Street, Redlands, CA 92373
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Public Information Officer – Carl Baker - (909) 798-7633
Redlands Multimedia Production Coordinator – Cheryl Williams - (909) 335-4736

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Speakers Bureau

There’s a lot going on at the City of Redlands and we have a wealth of talented staff available to speak to your Service Club or Civic Organization.

A list of some of the staff and topics is available below. If you have a topic of interest in an area of municipal government that is not listed, contact us. Chances are we have someone with the knowledge and expertise to speak about it to your group.

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Redlands TV

Redlands TV is a government access cable channel with programming generated from Redlands City Hall. Programming includes City Council and Planning Commission meetings and select special events either sponsored or co-sponsored by the City; and informational videos highlighting city services and programs. Redlands TV is available to cable television subscribers through Spectrum cable (Channel 3) or Frontier cable (Channel 35) services.

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Filming Opportunities in the City of Redlands

The City of Redlands promotes a positive atmosphere for production companies wishing to film within City limits. A film permit is required for all filming done within the City of Redlands. We have a simplified permit procedure designed to coordinate all your production needs with City health and safety requirements.

Contact Larry Alms by the following methods:

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City Website

Requests or questions regarding the City of Redlands website should be addressed to webmaster@cityofredlands.org or by mail to:

Attention: City Manager
35 Cajon Street, Suite 200
P.O. Box 3005
Redlands, CA 92373

You may view the City of Redlands Website Policy here.