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COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 07.16.2021

July 18, 2021 

On July 16, 2021, the LA County Public Health Order was updated and requires that face masks be worn by all persons, regardless of vaccination status, while in all indoor public settings and businesses. The latest Health Order by be found HERE.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 06.14.2021

June 15, 2021 

Beginning Tuesday June 15, 2021, the Updated LA County Health Order will permit an increase to a wide range of indoor operations with certain safeguards in place. To read the latest Health Order, click HERE. click HERE click HERE.


RFP Released: Seeking Proposals for Redondo Beach Waterfront Amenities Plan

April 21, 2021 

The City of Redondo Beach is commencing a planning effort to establish a framework plan to improve and enhance various public amenities within the City’s waterfront, commonly referred to as King Harbor. The City is seeking proposals from experienced and qualified consultants and or consultant teams to assist the City in preparing this plan. Interested parties may access the Request for Proposal HERE.

Proposals are due no later than 5:00 PM Monday, May 17, 2021.

If you have any questions related to the RFP, please email waterfront@redondo.org.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order and Phase 1B of Vaccination Roll-out

April 5, 2021 

LA County has met the state's threshold to enter the Orange Tier and will reopen new industry sectors. Starting on Monday, April 5, 2021, the Updated LA County Health Order will permit an increase to a wide range of indoor operations, all with safeguards in place. To read the latest Health Order, click HERE.

LA County has entered Phase 1B of the Vaccination Roll-out. COVID-19 Vaccinations are now available to all Persons 50 and Over. Beginning April 15, all persons 16 and over will be eligible for vaccinations. Click HERE to access the LA County Vaccine Information and Appointment page.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 01.29.2021

January 28, 2021 

On January 29, 2021 LA County issued Surge Response modifications to the Health Order to permit for the reopening of certain businesses with updated protocols and to remove the closure of Lower-Risk Retail Businesses. Click HERE to view the latest order.


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 LA County Press Release: First COVID-19 Vaccinations Administered

December 15, 2020 

First COVID-19 Vaccinations Administered in LA County. Full press release available HERE.


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: Revised LA County Health Order 12.06.2020

December 7, 2020 

On December 6, 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.


New County Grant Available to Restaurants - up to $30k

December 3, 2020 

Supervisor Janice Hahn announced the "Keep L.A. County Dining" Program providing up to $30,000 to small businesses located in Los Angeles County, not including the Cities of Los Angeles and Pasadena, that can show their business was impacted by COVID-19. Interested businesses may apply HERE. Please note, the site occasionally has technical issues.

PREFERRED BUSINESSES: Restaurants that provided outdoor dining as of November 24, 2020, will be given preference and selected based on order of submission.

INELIGIBLE: Businesses that have already received assistance from other Los Angeles County CARES Act or COVID-funded programs, are not eligible for this Program.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 11.25.2020

November 26, 2020 

On November 25, 2020, LA County released updated Health Orders limiting restaurants, breweries and wineries to take-out, drive-thru and delivery service only. This modification to the Health Order goes into effect November 25, 2020 at 10 PM and will remain in place until December 17, 2020.


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.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 11.19.2020

November 21, 2020 

On November 19, 2020, LA County released updated Health Orders effective November 20, 2020, limiting services and hours of operation for specific businesses including restaurants and retail establishments. The updated Health Order may be viewed HERE.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 10.23.2020

October 26, 2020 

On October 23, 2020, LA County released updated Health Orders, allowing for the limited opening of certain recreation-oriented businesses and personal care establishments. The Health Order may be viewed HERE. For additional information regarding reopening your business, please visit the City's Economic Development Page.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 10.14.2020

October 15, 2020 

On October 14, 2020, the LA County Department of Public Health issued an updated Health Order to allow for private gatherings of persons from no more than 3 households. The updated health order may be viewed HERE.


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TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF HAND LAUNCH

October 15, 2020 

The hand launch located behind Seaside Lagoon will be closed for winter repairs from November 16 to mid-late March. 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.


COVID-19 Update: Revised LA County Health Order 10.05.2020

October 5, 2020 

10.05.2020 - Updated LA County Health Order allows for the re-opening of salons, cardrooms, and indoor malls and shopping centers in limited capacity. Business reopening guidances have been uploaded to the LA County COVID-19 Response Site under the Protocols for Reopening headline.


COVID-19 Update: Revised State Reopening Protocol 08.24.2020

August 31, 2020 

On August 28, 2020, the state released the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, a four-tier system in which counties must show consistent success in stemming the transmission of COVID-19 before allowing businesses greater flexibility to reopen and group activities to resume. To review the tiers and see the status of LA County, visit the state’s site here.

The City of Redondo Beach continues to follow LA County Department of Health protocol in the re-opening of local businesses. To see if and how your business can re-open, please review the regularly-updated LA County COVID-19 Business Summary Sheet.


Revised Health Order for July 4th Weekend - Beaches Closed

June 30, 2020 

On June 29, 2020, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued a revised Public Health Order aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 by temporarily closing LA County beaches, LA County controlled beach parking lots, beach access points, and piers. The closure period begins at 12:01 AM on Friday, July 3, 2020, and will continue until 5:00 AM on Monday, July 6, 2020. Portions of the Redondo Beach Pier WILL REMAIN OPEN for business. For further information, please visit the City's Harbor page here.


Update: The Redondo Beach Pier is Now Open to Visitors

June 18, 2020 

Per LA County Health Officer Orders released on June 11, 2020, the Redondo Beach Pier is now open to residents and visitors. For updates and 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.


Update: Face Covering Mandate

June 18, 2020 

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.





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Small Boat Launch Closed for Biannual Repair and Winter Storm Preparation

November 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.





Boat Hoist Open!

December 22, 2014 
The North Boat Hoist in Marina Basin III is now open M-F 7am to 6pm and Weekends 6am to 7pm.

Free Parking at the Pier and Boardwalk!

December 12, 2014 
Come visit the Redondo Beach Pier and Boardwalk! Parking is FREE at the City's Pier and Plaza parking structures between 8am and 8pm through January 2, 2015!

12th Annual Chalk Art Festival on the Pier

September 2, 2014 
Help us turn the Redondo Beach Pier into a concrete canvas! This annual all-ages family event is FREE and open to the public. Prizes awarded!
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Redondo Beach Waterfront

June 24, 2013 
Come to the City Council Meeting Tuesday, July 30th to express your input on the proposed revitalization concept by CenterCal Properties. The concept is the culmination of eight public meetings that began in fall of 2012 and ended in June 2013.
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CenterCal Waterfront Public Workshop - June 13, 2013

June 3, 2013 
Please join us for the final waterfront workshop and help spread the word to your friends, families, and neighbors! This is another great opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas with our partners at Centercal Properties as we take the next steps in the revitalization of our Waterfront. Refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there!



REDONDO BEACH WATERFRONT REVITALIZATION DEVELOPER WORKSHOP

September 18, 2012 
The Redondo Beach City Council held a public workshop on September 13 the City's Main Library. The City Council heard presentations from a group of qualified developers regarding their vision and approach for waterfront redevelopment and took public comments. This developer evaluation and selection process is the next step in the exciting Waterfront Revitalization. Please see following link to view the presentations given by the developers and the video of the meeting .
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Set Sail for the Future

August 10, 2012 
REDONDO BEACH WATERFRONT REVITALIZATION SUMMER CELEBRATION

Back-to-Back Openings!

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
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Redondo Beach Pier Re-Opening
Saturday, August 25th at 5:30pm
Hosted at New Redondo Landing
100 J Fisherman's Wharf
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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.

Redondo Beach - Beach Renourishment Project

August 9, 2012 

For the week of 10/8/2012

The replenishment operation made up some time and the onshore replenishment is complete. The barge (Paul Lee) has left Redondo Beach and the contractor will be moving equipment off of the beach today and tomorrow. Per last week’s meeting, the project is expected to be completed on October 15 and completely demobilized on October 22.

Summary
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.
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City of Redondo Beach Announces RFQ as the Next Step in Waterfront Revitalization

July 24, 2012 
Historic Pier & Harbor Makeover Will Create a Once in a Generation Opportunity to Redefine the City's Waterfront Redondo Beach Mayor Mike Gin has announced the launch of the City's Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a rare waterfront development opportunity, covering more than 15 acres of oceanfront land on the city’s Waterfront.
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City To Launch Waterfront Revitalization - December 6th

November 29, 2011 
Please join Redondo Beach Mayor Mike Gin, City Officials and Private Business Leaders at 10am on December 6th for the formal commencement of the Redondo Beach Waterfront's first and most significant redevelopment in decades!

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Tall Ship Visits Redondo Harbor

November 23, 2011 
The brig Lady Washington, the official tall ship ambassador of Washington state, will visit Redondo Beach for the first time since 1994. The 112-foot wooden vessel is scheduled to arrive Thursday, November 23 at the Redondo Beach Marina, 181 North Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach, and stay through Wednesday, November 30. Free Public Dockside Walk-on Tours Phone: (800) 200-5239.
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