Redondo Beach

Redondo Beach does not have one key year in its history; it has several.
Redondo Beach does not have one key year in its history; it has several. Over the centuries, the City was inhabited by Native Americans, was a booming trade center for oil and lumber, and was fashioned as a popular resort town. On April 18, 1892, Redondo Beach voters approved cityhood by a vote of 177-10. The first City Hall was built in 1908 at Benita and Emerald Street. In 1956, work began on the marina Redondo Beach has today, King Harbor. It is named after the man who was a moving force behind it, Representative Cecil R. King. Today, Redondo Beach is known as a tourist and resort town with a famous pier where locals and visitors alike enjoy fishing and amusements, a Saltwater Lagoon reminiscent of the old plunge, many fine food restaurants, and a variety of hotels, and a picturesque harbor. Some of the best and most innovative schools in the State are located in Redondo Beach. Small and large businesses flourish, and City services are on a par with or exceed those of any other South Bay. 

Of Interest

Farmer’s Market

Thursday at 8 a.m.Veterans Park


Dozens of “parkettes” situated throughout neighborhoods are typically single-lot properties set aside for public enjoyment. Many feature children’s play equipment and basketball courts, a picnic area Larger parks: Wilderness Park, Alta Vista Park, Czulegar Park, and Veteran’s Park.

Community Centers

Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center also includes a large recreation park

Nearby Areas of Interest

Redondo Beach Pier, Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, Redondo Beach Historical Library, Riviera Village, South Bay Galleria,El Camino College, Manhattan Beach Pier


Elementary Schools

Alta Vista School
815 Knob Hill

Birney School
1600 Green Lane

Lincoln School
2223 Plant Avenue

Tulita School
1520 Prospect Avenue

Beryl Heights School
920 Beryl Street

Jefferson School
600 Harkness Avenue

Madison School
2200 Mackay Lane

Washington School
1100 Lilienthal Lane

Middle Schools

Adams Middle School
2600 Ripley Avenue

Parras Middle School
200 North Lucia Avenue

High Schools

Redondo Union High School
One Sea Hawk Way

Patricia Dreizler Continuation High School
1000 Del Amo Street

Important Phone Numbers

City Hall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310.372.1171
Chamber of Commerce. . . . . . . . . ..310.376.6911
Fire Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310.318.0663
Police Department. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..310.379.2477
Athens Services (Waste Mgmt). ..888.336.6100
California Water Service. . . . . . . . . .310.257.1400
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