A city tree fell on my automobile causing damage in the amount of $800.00. What can I do?
A claim against the City can be filed at the Office of the City Clerk,
located at 1017 Middlefield Road, Redwood City, CA. For further instructions
and to obtain a claim form, see the Finance Department's Claims
Are DVDs or web streams of the Council Meeting available?
Yes, DVDs can be purchased through the Office of the City Clerk at $1.00
per DVD. The council meetings are also available online at no charge here via
a Quicktime web stream.
Are the City Council Meetings televised?
Meetings are televised live to Redwood City residents on RCN Cable
Channel 26 and Comcast Cable Channel 27.
How can I find out what's on the agenda?
Agendas are posted and available at City Hall, the main library, and at
the Office of the City Clerk. You may also view the agendas online.
You can receive the agendas via e-mail at no charge. Sign up here.
How can I get a copy of City Council resolutions/minutes/agreements/recorded documents?
Many of these documents are available complimentary online via WebLink. You may also call the
Office of the City Clerk at (650) 780-7220 to request a copy of a document
(available for pick-up at the cost of $.75 for the first page and $.35 for each
additional page) or help with the Redwood City Document Archives.
Is there a booklet that describes the city's organization, its departments and facilities, the City Council members, and advisory boards?
Yes, the City Roster is updated annually online under other services by the Office of the City
Questions regarding birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, small claims court, traffic court, jury duty & property boundaries.
The City Council typically meets two times a month, on the second and
fourth Mondays, at 7:00 p.m. These meetings are held in the Council Chambers at
City Hall, 1017 Middlefield Road, Redwood City, CA and are open to the public. Click here to verify upcoming meetings.