Redwood City has changed to a new newsletter software package. Hopefully this change will be completely transparent to you and others who receive our e-newsletters, but we wanted you to know that this new application will be easier for you (and us!) to manage, is more stable, and should provide improved service. Thanks for your patience as we implement the new e-newsletter software.
Click on the link below to sign up or manage existing subscriptions.
Redwood City Enews
A daily round-up of what's going on in the City including events, activities, workshops, meetings, and more (once or twice daily).
Economic Development Newsletter
Provides updates on the City's economic health, including trends, new businesses, economic conditions, and what the City is doing to promote and attract new businesses (sent several times a year).
Information on the many great events and activities taking place at the Library (monthly).
Parks & Recreation E-News
Upcoming Parks & Rec classes, activities, sports leagues, special events, Redwood Shores specific, deals and more!
The latest City information and news as it's sent to the media (often daily).
City Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes
City Council agendas and/or minutes for each meeting (semi-monthly).
Redwood City Community Notes Newsletter
Redwood City's distributes a city-wide hard copy newsletter as part of the tri-annual Parks, Recreation and Communitiy Services Recreation Activities Guide, mailed to Redwood City households. Community Notes includes news and information about what's going on in our community, details about our neighborhoods, City projects, overviews of issues, City departments, and local agency partners, and more. See previous issues here.
Receive updates on the City-sponsored project to upgrade the interchange and adjacent local intersections to improve traffic flow, increase safety, and better accommodate pedestrian and bicycle access across Route 101.
Receive updates about Crossing 900 – a milestone development that will boast 300,000 square feet of brand new Class A office, approximately 1,000 more people working in our vibrant downtown, and more than 900 covered parking spaces once completed in 2015.