The City of Redwood City frequently engages with the community during City Council meetings, where major topics facing Redwood City are discussed. The community is encouraged to attend upcoming City Council meetings to provide feedback and ideas on important citywide issues.
Ways to Join the Conversation
Give feedback on key issues via the following email addresses:
- Farm Hill Blvd Pilot Project - email@example.com
- Growth Management - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Peninsula Clean Energy - email@example.com
- Housing - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Docktown - email@example.com
- Veterans Memorial Senior Center/YMCA project - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Citywide Transportation Plan - RWCmoves@redwoodcity.org
SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE CITY COUNCIL AGENDAS AND UPDATES
To stay informed on upcoming City Council meetings and major topics being discussed, subscribe to receive agenda information via email here or check the tentative City Council agenda for details here. Sign up for the City of Redwood City's digital newsletter here.
CONNECT WITH THE CITY OF REDWOOD CITY ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Unless otherwise noted,* all discussions occur at the City of Redwood City Council Chambers at City Hall during regularly scheduled City Council meetings beginning at 7 p.m. The City Council meetings are open to the public and residents can attend in person to provide their feedback or watch on TV or watch online.
Items referenced below that are coming to the City Council are tentative and subject to change.
June 26, City Council Meeting
Fee Study Phase II
The City is currently reviewing its development and impact fees. Generally, cities review their fees for service every three to five years. This allows a City to adjust those fees based on costs, changes in process, or to accommodate new regulations. In Redwood City, it has been over 10 years since many of our fees have been reviewed and updated. Please take a moment to review the plan here.
Architect Selection for the City/YMCA Veterans Memorial Senior Center Project
For information on this project go here.
Housing and Human Concerns Committee Housing Policy Recommendations
For more information on the Housing and Human Concerns Committee go here.
Proposed Fiscal Year 2017-18 Budget
The City Council will hold a public hearing and consider adoption of the FY 2017-18 proposed budget. To view the budget, go here.
Transportation Related Surveys- City Is Seeking Input!
Citywide Transportation Plan
Share your thoughts and ideas on transportation issues through a new web-based map and survey. This feedback will be used to develop projects to increase safety and mobility for everyone, whether you walk, ride a bike, take the bus or train, drive a car, or all of the above. The Citywide Transportation Plan web map and survey and more project details can be accessed here.
El Camino Real Corridor Plan
How would you change El Camino Real? Thank you to those who provided input on a number of design options that will help to shape the future look and feel of El Camino Real through our online survey! This feedback will be used to develop a corridor plan for El Camino Real, a comprehensive plan that encompasses land use, transportation, streetscape improvements, community benefits, and economic development. Want to learn more? Project details can be found online here.
Past City Council Meetings and Topics
May 8, 2017 City Council Meeting
- CIP Study Session: Staff Report,Proposed Five-Year CIP Project List
- Fee Schedule Modification: Staff Report, Proposed Fee Schedule
June 12 City Council Meeting
FY 2017-2018 Recommended Operating Budget
The City Council will host a study session to review the City’s FY 2017-2018 recommended operating budget and FY 2017-2018 and Five-Year capital improvement program on June 12. The FY 2017-2018 budget adoption and a public hearing is scheduled for June 26.
For the FY 2016-2017 Approved Budget, go here.
To view last year’s budget blog series, go here.