COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available

January 19, 2021 

COVID-19 Vaccinations are now available to Healthcare Workers and persons 65 and over. To make an appointment, please visit the LA County Vaccine Appointment page HERE.

COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 12.21.2020

December 21, 2020 

On December 19, 2020 LA County issued Surge Response modifications to the Health Order to update allowances for places of worship. Previous limitations on certain services and hours of operation for businesses remain in place. Click HERE to view the latest order.

COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 12.09.2020

December 10, 2020 

On December 9, 2020, LA County released updated Health Orders limiting services and hours of operation for specific businesses including offices and retail establishments. The updated Health Order may be viewed HERE.

COVID-19 Update: Restaurants Limited to Take-Out and Delivery Effective 11/25/2020

November 23, 2020 

A November 22, 2020 Press Release from the LA County Dept. of Public Health limits restaurants, breweries and wineries to take-out and delivery service only. This modification to the Health Order goes into effect November 25, 2020 at 10 PM and will remain in place for at least 3 weeks thereafter.


August 25, 2020 

As a result of the serious and imminent threat of Coronavirus, the Redondo Beach Library Department is taking significant action to help safeguard the community and our employees. Effective at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 14, 2020, the Redondo Beach Public Library will close both the Main Library and the North Branch, and these closures will remain in effect until further notice.

Our digital services remain available to our patrons 24/7 and can be found under "Electronic Resources" and “Downloads and Streaming." Library staff has also compiled a list of free internet resources for you to enjoy.

“Library Takeout” begins on July 1st so that patrons can pick up the materials they have placed on hold. A face mask is required per state order. This is the first step of a phased reopening; modifications to days and hours of this service will be posted on the Library website.

Donations of books or other materials may be placed in the exterior Discover Books bins at both Library locations. If you have newer donations that you would like considered for the collection, please hold on to those until the Library reopens.

Returned Library materials may be quarantined for up to one week before check in.

Please visit the City's webpage for updates.

Ordinance For Polystyrene, Single-Use Plastic Products & Helium Filled Balloons

June 16, 2020 

Redondo Beach is moving away from Polystyrene, Single-use plastic products and Helium filled balloons to protect our Community and Ocean.

August 13, 2020: Polystyrene prohibition will be enforced.

February 13, 2021: Single-use plastic products and Helium-filled balloons will be enforced.

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Price Gouging

March 20, 2020 

3-2.10 Excessive price increases during emergency: Prohibition.

Upon proclamation or declaration of an emergency within or including the City by the Director of Emergency Services or the City Council pursuant to Section 3-2.06 of this chapter, or by state or federal officials and for a period of thirty (30) days after the date the emergency is declared terminated, it is unlawful for any person within the City to sell or offer for sale any goods or services, including, but not limited to, emergency supplies, water, food, clothing, building materials, medical supplies and fuel for an amount which exceeds ten (10%) percent of the price regularly and customarily charged by such person for the goods and/or services on the day immediately before the date of the proclamation or declaration of an emergency. The foregoing ten (10%) percent price increase limitation shall not apply to the extent that the person can prove that, (a) the increase in price of greater than ten (10%) percent was unavoidable and directly attributable to additional costs imposed upon the person by the supplier of goods or services and, (b) that without a greater than ten (10%) percent increase in price, the person would not be able to earn a fair rate of return on investment. (§ 1, Ord. 2201 c.s., eff. March 16, 1977, as amended by § 1, Urgency Ord. 2690 c.s., eff. April 7, 1993, and § 2, Ord. 2737 c.s., eff. January 5, 1995)