Plan Redondo

Please take our General Plan Update Land Use Survey

December 4, 2018 

Please take the General Plan Land Use Survey!

Over the past year and a half the GPAC has been working hard exploring land use and other issues that will inform and shape our General Plan Update. This past weekend the City hosted its first General Plan Update Community Meeting at the Perry Park Teen Center—thank you to all who attended! At the Community Meeting we unveiled the GPAC’s land use change options for the focus areas of the City and walked through the opportunities and issues that informed the options for each focus area. We need your input to help us further refine what changes, if any, should be made to the City’s Land Use Plan.

To access the survey go to

The survey will be available until December 31st. Please note you are not required to answers all questions and may skip ahead to comment on the areas you are most interested in.

Thank you for your time and input!

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Beach Reporter Redondo Fire Apparatus

Redondo Beach gets new Fire Engine and Ladder Truck

November 28, 2018 

Click here to read a featured article in The Beach Reporter about the new Fire Apparatus in the City of Redondo Beach!

RBPD Citizen Police Academy Class - Accepting Applications for January 2019

November 15, 2018 

CPA Flyer

The Redondo Beach Citizen Police Academy began in the spring of 1994. The Academy’s purpose is to provide members of the community with a working knowledge of the Police Department along with the roles and responsibilities of its police officers. The goals of the program are accomplished through lecture, hands-on training, demonstrations and a “ride along” with a police officer.

The participants will meet for three hours, one night per week for fourteen weeks, in addition to a graduation night. The information covered includes police training, SWAT, traffic, criminal investigation, K-9, gangs and narcotics. There will be an emphasis on the patrol division, since it is this unit that has the majority of public contact.

The program is part of an on-going effort to improve police-community relations. It is strongly believed that the more information that the public has about the Redondo Beach Police Department, the less likely they will be suspicious, fearful or hold any misconceptions about police operations. Many conflicts are caused simply by a lack of understanding. The graduates of the program become not only better informed, but they can take back a solid foundation of information to the community. The result is a closer and more positive relationship between the Police Department and the community it serves.

The next class will start January 2019. If you or anyone you know might be interested in participating in this program, please contact Officer Michael Diehr at his email address or by phone at (310) 379-2477 x2493. Officer Diehr will send out an application to you. Remember applications are taken on first come; first serve basis and seats are limited.