This town has soul, both old and new. Mix the two and you have something truly special. Redlands today, as it was in the past, is a place dedicated to community and creating a rich quality of life where hard work and innovation take root and thrive in a strong local economy. Centrally located between Southern California’s mountains, beaches, and deserts, see why Redlands is great place to call home.
"Cirque du Redlands"
The Great Y Circus wows audiences with high-flying acrobatics and amazing spectacles. It’s just one of the things that make the YMCA an invaluable asset to the community.
The location of Esri’s headquarters in Redlands is no accident. Learn the story of Esri, why Redlands, and why the two are perfect for each other in this story from The Atlantic.
A School like No Other
The Grove School of Redlands reimagines the secondary school experience. With an emphasis on independence, community, and vocation, it “farms” nearly all of its graduates to higher education.
There are 16 parks in town, each with its own unique character. From the lush hills of Prospect Park, to the treasured Redlands Bowl at Smiley Park, Redlands values open space and nature.
Treasures of Redlands
This is no johnny-come-lately SoCal suburb. An established community long before its incorporation in 1888, Redlands’ rich history is preserved in many beautiful and unique buildings.
When Life Gives You Oranges...
While most groves are gone, the citrus industry continues to influence life in Redlands—from working groves that still decorate the city, to the orange-inspired beer brewed by Hangar 24.