Basin 3 Seawall and Sea Level Rise Presentation 3-11-19March 13, 2019
Sportsfishing Pier Rebuild WorkshopMay 30, 2018
Revitalize a core landmark in a vibrant seaside community with a rich maritime tradition through providing new opportunities for recreation, local businesses, and public spaces thoughtfully designed to enhance the collective experience while preserving natural resources.
King Harbor Boat Launch Facility
Public Workshops Scheduled
Public Workshops: The City of Redondo Beach Waterfront & Economic Development Department is hosting two public workshops to discuss potential locations for a public boat launch facility within King Harbor.
When and Where: The public meetings are scheduled as follows:
- Wednesday, February 28, 2018 from 6:00pm – 8:30pm at the City’s Main Library, 303 N. Pacific Coast Highway, 2nd Floor, Redondo Beach; and
- Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 9:30am-12:00N at the King Harbor Yacht Club, 280 Yacht Club Way, Redondo Beach.
Small Boat Launch Closed for Biannual Repair and Winter Storm PreparationNovember 14, 2017
The small boat launch will be closed for its biannual repairs and winter storm preparation. For an alternative boat launch, go to the Marina Office located at 181 North Harbor Drive. It is located on the International Boardwalk south of the R10 social house.
MILITARY DISCOUNTJuly 13, 2017
ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERS-Military Discount Program
The City of Redondo Beach is proud to support the military discount program through the RB Chamber of Commerce.
Please follow the link below for further information on the program initiated through the Chamber.
Night Work Sunday and Monday
On Sunday, January 18 and Monday, January 19, 2015, the Project contractor, Excel Paving Company
Boat Hoist Open!December 22, 2014
Free Parking at the Pier and Boardwalk!December 12, 2014
12th Annual Chalk Art Festival on the PierSeptember 2, 2014
11th Annual Rods, Rides & Relics Car ShowAugust 31, 2014
See the flyer here!
World Cup Viewing at Veterans ParkJune 30, 2014
Pre-game activities will begin at 11:30 AM. The game is scheduled to start at 1:00 PM. Viewers are reminded that alcohol, BBQ's, tents, canopies, and umbrellas are NOT allowed for this event. In addition, viewers can not tape off areas of the park to reserve seating.
Parking will be a premium, so everyone is encouraged to bike, walk, and carpool to the park if possible. Parking will be available at metered spots on George Freeth Way (west of the park), the Pier Parking Structure (north of Torrance Circle), the Plaza Parking Structure (south end of Harbor Drive and west end of Pacific Ave.), and the Redondo Beach Marina parking lot (west side of Harbor Drive and south of Portofino Way).
Let's keep this a fun and safe family-friendly event!
CenterCal Waterfront Public Workshop - June 13, 2013June 3, 2013
Centercal to host Waterfront development workshopsNovember 13, 2012
Newly selected developers, Centercal Properties, will be hosting a series of public workshops. (FLYER)
Set Sail for the FutureAugust 10, 2012
Harbor Patrol Facility Grand Opening
Friday, August 24th at 3:00 PM
280 Marina Way
Special Guest will be Los Angeles County Supervisor DON KNABE
Redondo Beach Pier Re-Opening
Saturday, August 25th at 5:30pm
Hosted at New Redondo Landing
100 J Fisherman's Wharf
Please join the City of Redondo Beach Mayor and City Council, business leaders and community members for a summer celebration commemorating the ongoing Waterfront Revitalization efforts.
For the week of 10/8/2012
As part of U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's Marina Del Rey Maintenance Dredging Project, the beach area between the Topaz and Ruby street intersections will be nourished with 75,000 cubic yards of clean sand. An additional 85,000 cubic yards of clean sand from Marina Del Rey's north entrance will also be deposited in an offshore storage site (approximately 500 yards offshore/southwest of the Topaz Street lifeguard tower) for future renourishing efforts.
The nourishment operation will include the pumping of clean sand from a barge stationed in the ocean waters through a pipe to the beach. A spreader (i.e., bull-dozer) will distribute the pumped sand along the beach within the project limits. The nourishment will occur continuously in a 24 hour period for approximately 45 days.
City To Launch Waterfront Revitalization - December 6thNovember 29, 2011
Improvements To 200-202 Fisherman's WharfJuly 29, 2010