Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Redwood City is pleased to provide a number of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, which are available to community members without cost. This program was initiated with an equipment grant (valued at $63,000) from the U.S. Department of Energy. Redwood City also accepted a matched grant from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
As a small investment in helping to foster the use of electric vehicles, the City is not collecting payment from users for the electricity used to charge their vehicles. At some point in the future, Redwood City will implement a fee collection program to recover the costs of electricity used. In the meantime, the City’s electricity costs are estimated at approximately $200 per year, per charging dock, on average.
Redwood City owners of electric vehicles are encouraged to visit the EV charging stations, and help to make electric vehicles a more viable option for our community’s motorists.
- Marshall Street garage
(750 Marshall Street, two stations)
- Jefferson underground garage
(850 Jefferson Avenue, two stations)
- Middlefield parking lot
(adjacent to Caltrain tracks, two stations)
- Downtown Library parking lot
(1044 Middlefield, one station)
- Red Morton Community Center
(1120 Roosevelt Avenue, two stations)
You can also go to the website ChargePointAmerica to find charging stations here, and across the country.