Have a question? Here are some of our most frequently asked ones. Don't see the one you are looking for?
Email us: email@example.com
What is our Federal Tax ID #?It is printed on your receipt, but here it is again for your convenience!
How do I register?
You may register online, by fax, mail, or in person. Click here to visit our registration information page
When are the registration dates?
Online registration: March 10, 2020 @ 11am
Mail-in, Fax-in, Walk-in & Drop-off
starts as soon as you receive the Activity Guide.
Online registration: March 24, 2020 @11am
Mail-in, Fax-in & Drop-off: March 24, 2020
Walk-in: March 24, 2020.
What is your contact information?Red Morton Front Desk can be reached by phone: 650-780-7311 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If the class is full, is there a waitlist?
Waiting lists will be established if a program is full.
If a space becomes available we will contact you.
You will not be charged for the camp unless you are enrolled.
Please do not show up for camp if you are on the waitlist. You will only be added to the camp if you have been previously notified and charged.If you wrote a check for several classes and you are put on the waitlist, the remaining balance of your check will be automatically credited to your account for future use in our programs. If you would like a refund, please contact the contact the department by email or by calling 650-780-7311.
What is the cancellation policy?Please click here for our Full Cancellation & Refund Policy
Is there before and after care, and at an additional cost?Please visit our Camp Information page for information about this program. "Bridge Care" is also available for select camps to help link AM and PM camps together. Only camps marked with the bridge icon are applicable. Pre & After Care are available as well for select camps this summer and is identified by the sunrise and clock icons.
Do you offer Financial Assistance?
If you would like to apply for financial assistance please pick up a form at Red Morton Center or download here. Availability is limited and is allocated by need on a first come, first served basis. All supporting documents and applications must be submitted to the Red Morton Front Desk by Friday, May 8, 2020 at 6:00pm. First review of financial assistance will be on April 17, 2020. STRICT RULES APPLY. Click here for more info.
Do you prorate camps?No, that is something we do not offer.
What if my child has allergies?
At the time of registration, please add your child's allergies to the general notes if registering online. If registering in person, please alert the front desk staff and they will add it to your child's info. Of course it is always best to remind camp staff at drop-off on the first day- but we're sure you already know that.
What if my child needs medication?Please add your child's needs to the General Notes section when registering online, or notify our front desk staff upon in-person registration. Please contact us prior to camp starting and ask to be directed to the camp provider for the specific program your child will be attending. Onsite medications will be monitored by summer camp staff. Please give medications in a sealed bag with the child’s name and instructions to a staff member.
What if my child is sick or unable to attend camp?
Please call us at 650-750-7311 and we will notify the camp leader, especially if it's a field trip day. There will be no refunds for missed days.
How are kids transported for field trips?Children are transported by either Charter Bus or School Bus. Summer Adventure Camp is transported by City Vans.
Can my child be in the same group as their friend?
We encourage children to make new friends at camp, but you can make a request to group. We cannot guarantee groupings, although we will do our best to accommodate.
What is the staff to child ratio?For our own recreation camps (Stulsaft Park Camps, Whatchamacallit, High-5 and Kaboom) our ratios are 1:6 (with 1 camp director) for Preschool Camps, and 1:10 (with 2 camp directors) for our School Age Camps. Specialty camps may vary. Please contact the provider for their ratio information.
What does my child need to bring? What can they not bring?Every camp is different. Please read the descriptions in order to find out what you need to bring or what is included. It is also printed on your receipt once you sign up.
What if my child has special needs?
The City of Redwood City encourages people with disabilities to be included as an active part of the community. Our inclusion philosophy aims not only to physically include individuals, but also provide adaptations, accommodations, and support necessary to allow for social, mental, physical and emotional inclusion.
Individuals who are interested in enrolling in a recreation program should fill out a Registration Form and A Request for Accommodation Form. These forms can be obtained either online above or at any Redwood City recreation facility. After registration / payment is processed, the request for accommodations will be forwarded to our Recreation Staff. Participants will be in direct contact with Recreation Staff and Instructors to assist with reasonable accommodations.