COVID-19 UPDATE: Redondo Beach Pier Open to Residents and Visitors
On June 11, 2020 the LA County Department of Public Health issued a revised Order permitting for the opening of piers to visitors. For continued pier updates and a list of upcoming events, please visit the Redondo Beach Pier website. Visitors are able to find parking throughout the Harbor. Further information and directions may be found here. For information regarding other public facilities, please visit the Community Services page HERE.
Per orders released by Governor Newsom on June 18, 2020, it is mandatory to wear a face covering in public in the state of California. For further information and details on exceptions, please refer to the CA Department of Public Health's Guidance on face coverings.
Welcome to the City of Redondo Beach and the web site for the Harbor Division!
The Waterfront is primed for a once-in-a-generation revitalization opportunity with new public and private investment. Many Waterfront business owners have committed to significant renovations and the City has also invested in public facilities in the area, including:
- A Joint Harbor Patrol and County Lifeguard Facility
- Renovation of the Seaside Lagoon Building
- Pier Streetscape Improvements
- Pier Parking System Upgrades
- Harbor Drive Streetscape Improvements
Some of the area's most prominent improvements are attributed to partnerships with private investors and developers including the architectural renovation of RDR Properties' Redondo Landing on the Pier and Zislis Group's Shade Hotel on Harbor Drive, which opened in October 2016.
If you are interested in obtaining a Pier Entertainer Permit, please click HERE for the form.
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF HAND LAUNCH: The hand launch located behind Seaside Lagoon will be closed for winter repairs from November 16, 2020 to mid-late March 2021. During this period, visitors can launch hand carried personal watercraft from the Redondo Beach Marina. The ramp is located south of the boat hoist crane structure.