Bring your household hazardous waste (HHW) to the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center Parking Lot located at 1935 Manhattan Beach Boulevard on Saturday, March 9, 2019 between 8:00 AM and 2:00 PM. Redondo Beach Residents and Businesses only — Proof of Residency REQUIRED. Business hazardous waste will not be accepted.
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Missed collection? Call Athens Services at (888) 336-6100
Need a new container? Email Public Works or call Athens Services at (888) 336-6100
Service Inquiries or Complaints? Call Athens Services at (888) 336-6100
Or call, Public Works Department at (310) 318-0686, ext. 4193.
Athens Services is the City's exclusive waste hauler that provides all residential and commercial waste and recycling collection services in the City of Redondo Beach.
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Clean Power AllianceJanuary 24, 2019
In December 2017, the City of Redondo Beach joined a Community Choice Aggregation program called the Clean Power Alliance. Through Community Choice Aggregation, government agencies join together to purchase or generate cleaner electricity for residents and businesses.
In October 2018, the Redondo Beach City Council selected 50% renewables as the default rate for all energy customers in the City. The 50% renewable "Clean Power" tier will be the same cost as Southern California Edison's current base rate, which contains only 34% renewables.
Through the City’s membership in the Clean Power Alliance, Redondo Beach residents and businesses are automatically being enrolled in the program. Beginning in February 2019, all residential energy customers in Redondo Beach will receive 50% of their energy from clean, renewable sources. Non-residential customers will begin service in May 2019.
Energy users will also have the choice of switching to either 36% or 100% renewable energy, or opting out of the program and returning to receiving power exclusively generated by Southern California Edison. Regardless of the option selected, Southern California Edison will continue to deliver power to homes and businesses, send one bill, and be responsible for resolving any issues with electricity service.
Caltrans is closing lanes in the Cities of Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Long Beach, Torrance, Lomita, Signal Hill and Los Angeles, approximately 22 miles, to perform pavement dig outs and slurry seal application which prevents damage to the pavement along with applying new striping for the lane lines. Residents and local businesses located nearby may experience noise, vibrations and dust associated with construction activities. Construction will be performed Sunday through Friday 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. to minimize traffic impacts. Signs will be posted.