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Redlands, CA

Redlands, CA

Redlands, CA

Helpful information for moving to Redlands, CA - San Bernardino County
Redlands, California is a valley located right next to the San Bernardino Mountains and is within ten miles of downtown San Bernardino. Known as the only Agricultural Boom town in the country, Redlands, California is the ideal place for citrus groves with their luscious mountain spring water, rich red soil and mild climate. Be sure to visit the Redlands’ Market Night on State Street in downtown Redlands to capture one of their delicious navel oranges among other delectable delights. Besides the Farmer’s Market, they provide music, foods, and vendors along with special events during holidays.

The Weather in Redlands
The weather of Redlands is ideal with average yearly temperatures in the 60s. Rainy days are rare with an average yearly rainfall of only 14 inches which mainly falls in the months of January and February. It’s glorious living in Redlands where your special outdoor activities don’t get interrupted by the weather!

Redlands Activities
You’ll never run out of activities to do in Redlands! There are museums, music festivals, homes to see and there’s even a brewery to tour and taste their samples! For some fun in the sun, don’t miss Pharaoh’s Adventure Park- Splash Kingdom, home of the largest water slides in Southern California!

Schools in Redlands
The Redlands Unified School District provides public education for grades K-12 in their sixteen elementary schools, four middle schools and four high schools. They also provide a special program called RISE, which is a place where students can receive their education through an independent study program and still attend their own homeschool.

If higher education is your goal, there are many opportunities in the Redlands area, such as the University of Redlands, where undergraduate and graduate studies are offered, along with credentials, certificates, and continuing studies to 2,000 plus students. Crafton Hills College might also be a choice, located just a short 10 miles from Redlands; they offer several Associate Degree Programs and Certificates. Community Christian College is one additional option offering a Liberal Arts, Associate of Arts degree from a Christian perspective.

Useful Links - Moving to Redlands
City Website
Chamber of Commerce
Historical Society
Relocation Kit Info
Downtown Area

The service center for Redlands, CA is located in Fontana, CA.

Information about Redlands, CA

Est. Population: 68747
County: San Bernardino
Latitude: 34.0667
Longitude: -117.1833
Zip Codes: 92373