Information Courtesy of Redondo Beach Chamber Of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
About Redondo Beach
Where Adventure Meets Leisure in Southern California Redondo Beach, California is one of Southern California?s seaside jewels, occupying the coastline of a white sand beach and 27 mile-long strand running along the ocean. A low-key residential and business community, Redondo Beach is also a vibrant visitor destination with some of California?s most appealing attractions, events, and activities. Its land area is 6.3 miles, and it is a full-service city with its own police, fire and public works departments, two public libraries, a performing arts center, fifteen parks, thirteen parkettes, a large recreational and commercial harbor including King Harbor, a 1,500-slip private craft port; the Redondo Beach Pier and Seaside Lagoon; and a bathing and surfing beach. Located in the coastal perimeter of Los Angeles County, just twenty miles from downtown Los Angeles and seven miles south of Los Angeles International Airport, Redondo Beach has been a preferred resort destination for more than a century and one of the most desirable areas to live in the country.
History of Redondo Beach
Redondo Beach does not have just one memorable year in its history, it has several. Over the centuries the City has been inhabited by Native Americans, was a booming trade center for oil and lumber, and was fashioned as a popular resort town. Before 1784, Native Americans occupied the Redondo area. They lived off the sea and used the salt flats located where the Edison Company is today. This Native American land became Rancho San Pedro in 1784 when the California government made it part of a large land grant to the Juan Jose Dominguez family.
In 1890, the Hotel Redondo opened. The City was becoming "The Place" for tourists. Railroads and steamships brought people by the thousands, not to mention freight loads of oil and lumber. At this time, Redondo was the first port of Los Angeles County. Steamers from the Pacific Steamship Company stopped at Redondo four times a week, at one of its three piers, and part of regular runs between San Francisco and San Diego. The Redondo Railway Company and the Santa Fe Railroad left Los Angeles daily for Redondo at regular intervals. Eventually the City was served by Henry Huntington's Big Red Electric Cars. The Hotel Redondo, with its 18-hole golf course, lush landscaping, tennis courts and 225 luxurious rooms, each of which was "touched by sunlight at some time of the day," induced more visitors than ever before to venture to the coast. If the price of hotel accommodations was too steep, one could rent a tent at nearby Tent City. Patrons were charged $3.00 per week, or $10.00 per month for a tent. Wooden floors and electric lights were included in the price.
Several natural and man-made novelties lured visitors to Redondo Beach. Between Diamond Street and the Hermosa Beach city line there was Moonstone Beach. Natural mounds five to six feet deep and 40 to 50 feet wide of gem stones were there in which to frolic. Carnation Gardens, in the general vicinity of Ruby and Sapphire Streets east of Catalina Avenue, offered 12 acres of sweet smelling flowers that were almost always in bloom. The piers, too, were an attraction. Sports fishing was unsurpassed and amusements such as games, rides and the largest salt water plunge in the world added to the excitement.
On April 18, 1892, Redondo voters adopted cityhood by a vote of 177-10. The first City Hall was built in 1908 at Benita and Emerald Street. Redondo's popularity began a slow evolution when San Pedro Harbor started to take shape in 1899. By 1912, the Pacific Steamship Company stopped calling at Redondo altogether. Lumber schooners still used Pier No. 3 at Topaz Street until the railroad pulled out in 1926. Because of prohibition, the $250,000 Hotel Redondo closed its doors and in 1925 was sold for scrap lumber--the price was $300. Big time gambling, complete with mobsters and shooting incidents, found its way to Redondo during the Depression. Chip games, bingo parlors, and a casino were run in full view of the law between 1936 and 1940. For a fare of 25 cents, a water-taxi would transport a visitor to the gambling ship Rex which operated three miles off shore.
Storms have been an on-going challenge for the City's piers, which have been rebuilt. Redondo's first breakwater was built in 1939 and although the cost was more than $500,000, it provided only limited protection. Because of the way it was constructed, wave action and the normal movement of the beach sand was altered. Following each storm, sand accumulated north of the breakwater. In 1956, work began on the marina that Redondo has today--King Harbor. It is named after the man who was a moving force behind it, Representative Cecil R. King (Democrat, 17th District).
Redondo's population boomed in the '50s and '60s. In 1890, the population was 668; in 1940 it was 13,092; and in 1965 it was 54,772. Today, Redondo citizens number a little over 63,000.
Still known as a tourist and resort town, Redondo can boast of piers with fishing and amusements, a saltwater Lagoon reminiscent of the old plunge, waterfront fine dining, hotels, and a beautiful harbor. But, Redondo today is not all fun and games. Some of the best and most innovative schools in the State are located in Redondo. Small and large businesses flourish, and city services are on a par with or exceed those of any other South Bay city.
Live, Work and Play in Redondo Beach
City Government Redondo Beach is a "charter city" governed by a council-manager form of government. The Mayor is elected at large, and one Council Member is elected from each of the five City districts. The mayor and council appoint the city manager as the chief administrative officer of the city to guide day-to-day operations. The city's budget (General Fund appropriations) for Fiscal Year 2006-07 is $67,737,995. Approximate per capita expenditures are $919 per year. The City employs a workforce of 577 full-time equivalent positions. According to California Association of Realtors, September 2006, Median home price is approximately $785,000.
Demographics Redondo Beach has an annual growth rate of approximately 0.8%, or about 260 additional residents per year. For data on the city's ethnic and racial breakdown, climate, education, home sales and values, new home construction, unemployment, commuting, population breakdown by occupation, average household size, and train transportation, visit City-Data.com. See below for additional demographic information.
Real Estate in Redondo Beach For information on housing, ask Michael Drotman.
Churches in Redondo Beach Almost every faith has a house of worship in Redondo Beach, including Episcopal, Presbyterian, Catholic, Jewish, Baptist, Lutheran, Christian, Christ Science, Latter Day Saints, Greek Orthodox, and Methodist. Jehovah's Witness. For information on houses of worship, visit Churches.
Schools in Redondo Beach Redondo Beach offers residents a full complement of schools, from pre-school through grade 12, centrally located to residential communities throughout the City. California has an open enrollment policy, which means that a child can attend any school in the district, referred to as intradistrict choice, including charter schools, as long as there is space. Some districts will allow children to attend a school in a neighboring district (called interdistrict choice).
Redondo Beach has: 18 Preschools 8 Elementary Schools 2 Middle Schools 1 High School 13 Public Schools 8 Private Schools 1 Continuation School 1 Adult School
See below for additional school information. For comprehensive information about schools within Redondo Beach, call (310) 379-5449. For information about El Camino College, call (310) 660-3296
Industry in Redondo Beach The top major employers in the City of Redondo Beach are an amalgam of aerospace, food service, banking, retail, hotels, restaurants, visitor services, and city and federal government.
They include: Northrop Grumman U.S. Post Office The Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach The Portofino Hotel & Yacht Club The Cheesecake Factory Albertsons Grocery Vons Markets Douglas Furniture City of Redondo Beach Web Service Company Comerica Bank Comp USA Ralphs Grocery South Bay Galleria
Tourism Redondo Beach's visitor industry is a major component of the City's growth, recycling tourist dollars year round through the community. The solid tourism infrastructure reflects an intense focus on growth of the visitor industry, and a new branding program, mounted last year, will ensure that the city competes successfully with other major visitor destinations throughout Southern California. For visitor information, call 310-376-6911.
Redondo Beach - A Cultural Centerpiece of the South Bay The Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center is the crown jewel of the South Bay performing arts scene. With its bold new modernistic grand lobby, featuring a black Indian slate exterior, granite water feature, stainless steel and cherry wood accents and a 21-feet high cherry ceiling. The 1,457-seat theatre is home to three prestigious and highly successful presenters:
Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities RBPAC is proud to be called home to the largest producing musical theatre company in Southern California, and winner of the 2008 Ovation Award for Best Musical (Miss Saigon), Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities. RBPAC's official Resident Musical Theatre Company presents their 2010 Season, offering The Full Monty, Jesus Christ Superstar, Oklahoma!, and Seussical the Musical. Distinguished Speaker Series RBPAC is honored to host the Distinguished Speaker Series, which has featured such dignitaries as Margaret Thatcher, Tom Brokaw, the late Walter Cronkite, Colin Powell, and Madeleine Albright. Their 2008-09 season includes Pulitzer Prize-winning author/journalist Thomas Friedman, comedian Bob Newhart, former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, Emmy winning journalist Anderson Cooper, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, President of Liberia (and first female president of any African nation) Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, and author/humanitarian Greg Mortenson. Los Angeles Ballet RBPAC takes great pride in hosting the first professional ballet company in the Los Angeles area in 25 years! Having completed their first two seasons to universal critical acclaim, Los Angeles Ballet announces their newest season, including their newly-choreographed holiday classic The Nutcracker, plus classic works by Balanchine and Bournonville, as well as several world premieres. For information, on the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, call (310) 937-6607. The Center is located at: 1935 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, Redondo Beach CA 90278, (Northeast corner of the intersection with Aviation Blvd.).
Redondo Beach, a City of Pastoral Parks Redondo Beach is blessed not only with a superb recreational beach and biking/skating promenade that flanks the ocean, but with family parks and recreation. A map and details of each park are available at Map of Redondo Beach Parks. Here is a sampling of the city's largest parks:
Alta Vista Park, a 10.15 acre park, has a tennis and racquetball center, community center, picnic shelter, and play area, and Julia Field.
Dominguez Park, 23.75 acres, has grass and trees for an off-leash dog park, Little League field, picnic areas, play equipment, Historical Museum.
Aviation Park, 14.28 acres, is the site of the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, gymnasium, track and field.
Franklin Park,10.18 acre, features a community center, class rooms, youth theater, play equipment, picnic areas.
Hopkins Wilderness Park, 11.0 acres, has a visitor center, overnight camping, and interpretive programs.
Shopping and Dining in Redondo Beach The City of Redondo Beach has been a preferred resort destination for more than a century. A coastline and beaches rival those anywhere in the world, a pleasure pier for strolling, and shopping and dining. The South Bay Galleria offers sophisticated shopping with major anchor stores, including Nordstrom, and Riviera Village has become famous for its eclectic cafes, boutiques, and shops:
SOUTH BAY GALLERIA: This impressive array of stores, shops, and boutiques, encompasses three levels, with vaulted skylight, food court with wireless access, subtle water features, lush landscaping, two over-sized glass elevators and granite tile flooring with a wave pattern to reflect the beach community. What makes the shopping experience so pleasurable is the range of guest services that visitors rarely experience elsewhere. One of these - the Roving Ambassadors program - assists guests with package carry-out; stroller and wheelchair delivery to vehicles, and other services. The Galleria's Just Because! Program entitles young Ambassadors to present guests with a voucher for a complimentary treat provided by participating retailers. Kids can sign up for membership in Kid's Club, held the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30 pm in the Food Court. Youngsters are treated to entertainment that is fun and educational. The Galleria Gators is a free walking club open to residents and visitors, alike. The purpose is for members to get exercise walking the mall, and one of the perks is a list of stories offering discounts to members and a welcome packet filled with goodies. Members receive a time/mileage re-cap of how far they've walked and prizes are given away at quarterly award meetings. For information, call Guest Services at (310) 371-7546.
RIVIERA VILLAGE: this charming shopping "village" - just one block from Palos Verdes Inn, features six blocks of unique shops, boutiques and restaurants that carry distinctive items. Each summer, Riviera Village is the site of the Riviera Village Summer Festival, where fine arts and crafts are for sale. Halloween Fun Day occurs each Halloween, late afternoon, when Riviera Village hosts trick-or treating the night of Halloween, October 31. Streets are closed on Catalina from Avenue I to Palos Verdes Boulevard, and Puppeteer Jim Gambol and his puppets perform their magical entertainment. The first Thursday after Thanksgiving, visitors can ease into the holiday spirit at the Riviera Village Holiday Stroll. Stores are brilliantly decorated, and appetizers and refreshments are served. Santa, and strolling carolers and musicians are on hand to add festivity to the Christmas scene.
Restaurants Redondo Beach is known as one of the best seafood destinations in Southern California. Fresh fish is served in more than 20 restaurants, several located on the entertainment pier. Seafood markets sell many varieties of fish cooked-to-order or packaged to take home. Restaurants range from European to American, Asian, Italian, and Mexican.
Redondo Beach City Services and Transportation Beach Cities Transit BCT provides community-based service for residents and visitors that results in reduced traffic congestion and parking challenges, offers convenient connections with other transit providers operating in the South Bay, initiates new transit to employment sites, encourages residents to choose transit rather than driving alone and provides exclusive para-transit service for senior and disabled residents of Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach. Three fixed-routes provide convenient north/south service connecting the Beach Cities - Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and El Segundo. Additionally, the service provides east/west connectivity to the City of Torrance.
NOT-TO-BE-MISSED ANNUAL REDONDO BEACH EVENTS REDONDO BEACH, Calif. - There's nothing more fun than marking time to the beat of a free summer concert on the pier or drawing your own art on the pier at the annual Chalk Festival. Those are just a sampling of the enthralling, exciting events that await visitors to Redondo Beach:
January 2010 2nd Annual Southern California Slack Key Festival January 24: 2:00 p.m. Come out to the Southern California Slack Key Festival for a showcase of the most respected names in Hawaiian slack key guitar today, all on one stage in sunny Redondo Beach! Held at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, this event is sure to leave you yearning for the "island life." February 2010 32nd Annual Redondo Beach Super Bowl Sunday 10K & 5K Run/Walk February 7: 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Join more than 10,000 race enthusiasts at Southern California's greatest Super Bowl Celebration! Now in its 31st year, the Redondo Beach Super Bowl Sunday 10K & 5K Run/Walk, presented by the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, is a great way to celebrate the biggest day in sports and enjoy the picturesque sites of Redondo Beach: the Pacific Ocean, the Redondo Beach Historic Pier, the Marina in King Harbor, the Wyland whale mural, ocean breezes, fresh air and beautiful Southern California winter weather. Run, walk, or stroll in the Redondo Beach Super Bowl Sunday 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk or Baby Buggy 10K. There will also be a costume contest that is a big hit every year! Participants and guests can also enjoy great food, beverages and a variety of running accessories at the 2-day Health & Fitness Expo, Presented by Ecousable. Start your Super Bowl Sunday on a healthy, fun and festive note and finish in plenty of time to enjoy America's Classic - Super Bowl XLIII! March 2010 35th Annual Festival of the Kite Date - TBA 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. The Festival of the Kite is presented by the Redondo Beach Pier Association and Sunshine Kite Co. and is one of southern California's best and longest-running kite festival sponsored by X-Kites. This year the festival will include a martial arts demonstration by Chambliss Taekwondo, live music on the pier and $500 in prizes will be awarded! Prizes for highest kite, youngest kite flyer, youngest at heart kite flyer, best hand-made kite, best ground display and kite trivia contest winner. The day will culminate with a mass kite ascension flight. 6th Annual Yo-Yo competition Date - TBA: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. The 6th Annual Yo-Yo competition, sponsored by Yo-Yo Factory and Yo-Yo Jam, will include a F.A.S.T. throw down (10 timed tricks), freestyle performance, most improved player, best trick, compulsories, longest sleeper and longest Buddha sleeper (world record set on the Redondo Pier last year at 16 minutes, 40 seconds beating the former record by over two minutes). Over $1,000 in prizes including $100 for the winner of the F.A.S.T. competition! 3rd Annual Craig's Hot Dog on a Stick Eating Contest Date - TBA: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Come hungry! There is a $200 prize for the person that can eat the most Craig Hot Dog's on a Stick! April 2010 29th Annual Springfest & Chili Cook-Off Date - TBA Presented by the North Redondo Beach Business Association, the annual Springfest and Chili Cook-Off is fun for the whole family. Enjoy a preview night on April 16, a DJ video show on the 17th, battle of the bands, chili cookoff, beer garden and a DJ on the 18th and on the 19th, guests can enjoy a classic car show, beer garden, K-9 demonstrations, critter show and a DJ. May 2010 Art & Jazz Festival Date - TBA - 3: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Stroll down to the pier for the sights and sounds of various jazz performers alongside artisans and craftsmen displaying their works. June 2010 Chopper Fest Date - TBA Chopper Fest is a celebration of motorcycles and motorcycle riding in America. This event will feature new and custom bikes on display backed by live rock n' roll. 31st Annual Riviera Village Summer Festival Date TBA The jewel of South Bay street festivals, the Riviera Village Summer Festival marks its 29th year, with over 200 arts and crafts vendors showing their wares, children's amusement park rides and carnival games, live music, a food court and wine and beer garden. There's something for everyone at the Riviera Village Summer Festival. For more information, contact Jamie Jansen at Village Runner, (310) 265-3356. July 2010 2010 Summer of Music - Concerts on the Pier Date TBA: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (every Thursday and Saturday) Bring your beach chairs down to the Redondo Beach Pier and enjoy free concerts that include musical sounds such as Swing, Blues, Country, Pop, Latin, Blue Grass and other fabulous entertainment that resonates in the summer air. These concerts run throughout the summer and feature well-known bands and performing artists. Redondo Beach Fireworks & Seaside Lagoon Party July 4 (time TBA) Join friends and family for an old-fashioned BBQ, family game day and block party at Seaside Lagoon. Reserved seating ensures a prime view of the spectacular fireworks display and mind-blowing laser light show, synchronized to patriotic and nostalgic Southern California lifestyle music, and launched only yards away. Tom Collier Boat Race Date TBA: Noon This is the perfect chance to see colorful spinnakers of boats racing to the finish line in King Harbor. Dozens of boats participate and it's a great opportunity for photographers to get pictures of billowing sails on the ocean. Viewing sites are available throughout King Harbor, the Redondo Beach Pier and along the Esplanade. Sailors who want to participate may call the King Harbor Yacht Club at 310-376-2459. 2nd Annual Aloha Falsetto Festival Date - TBA: 2:00 p.m. Enjoy a Hawaiian song and dance celebration featuring Hawaii's hottest talent all on one stage in Redondo Beach. Held at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, the Aloha Falsetto Festival is your chance to see an amazing part of Hawaiian culture up close. International Surf Festival Date - TBA The annual International Surf Festival takes place in Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, with competitions in surfing, running, lifeguard dory races, sand soccer, bodysurfing, volleyball, paddleboard swimming and much more. August 2010 2010 Summer of Music - Concerts on the Pier Date TBA: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (every Thursday and Saturday) Bring your beach chairs down to the Redondo Beach Pier and enjoy free concerts that include musical sounds such as Swing, Blues, Country, Pop, Latin, Blue Grass and other fabulous entertainment that resonates in the summer air. These concerts run throughout the summer and feature well-known bands and performing artists. 7th Annual Chalk Art Festival Date TBA: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Come out to Redondo Beach and see how the Redondo Beach Pier's walkway becomes a veritable canvas on which all can create their own chalk art. The first 150 people to enter receive free chalk. The festival is FREE to the public and open to all ages. Individual and team prizes will be awarded in various categories. September 2010 2010 Summer of Music - Concerts on the Pier Date TBA: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Bring your beach chairs down to the Redondo Beach Pier and enjoy free concerts every Thursday and Saturday evening. Dance or listen to a wide variety of musical sounds such as Classic Rock, Swing, Blues, Country, Pop, Latin, Blue Grass and other fabulous entertainment that resonates in the summer air. These concerts run throughout the summer and feature well-known bands and performing artists. Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
14th Annual Dive N? Surf Redondo Beach Lobster Festival September 24: 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. September 25: 12:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. September 26: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. The Dive N' Surf Redondo Beach Lobster Festival is one of Redondo Beach's most popular events that brings thousands of visitors and residents out for delicious Maine lobster, great live music and an exciting professional wakeboarding demonstrations. 6th Annual Rides, Rods & Relics Date TBA: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Join other car enthusiasts at the 6th Annual Rods, Rides & Relics car show. Over 80 incredible cars will be on display over the water along the Redondo Beach Pier and classic rock tunes will be playing in the background. October 2010 Annual Halloween Trick-or-Treating in Riviera Village October 31: 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Every year, the Riviera Village hosts trick-or-treating the night of Halloween. Streets are closed on Catalina from Avenue I to Palos Verdes Boulevard so kids can visit local businesses for candy or watch Jim Gamble and his puppets perform. November 2010 South Bay Galleria's Santa's Arrival Breakfast Date - TBA: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Children, ages 2 to 12, are invited to join Santa, Mrs. Claus and their friends at South Bay Galleria for this FREE event in the Food Court on Level 3. The fun-filled morning will be complete with face painters, balloon artists, train rides, breakfast from McDonald's and a special keepsake gift. Reservations for Santa's Breakfast can be made by contacting Guest Services at (310) 371-7546. Seaside Ice November - January Visitors and residents in Redondo Beach get a special treat where they can ice skate with a view of the Pacific Ocean at Seaside Ice from November to January. Come down to Seaside Lagoon and see the amazing outdoor ice skating rink that has received international attention. For more information, call (310) 937-0573. December 2010 Riviera Village Holiday Stroll Date - TBA: 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. The Riviera Village will ring in the holidays with their annual Holiday Stroll. Meet Santa, ride a horse-drawn carriage, listen to strolling singers and enjoy street entertainment while you shop under twinkling lights and holiday ambiance! Santa on the Redondo Beach Pier Date TBA: 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Come out as Santa welcomes families to the Redondo Beach Pier. This event is FREE to the public. Take your photo with Santa and get a candy cane or other sweet treat. Christmas carolers will be singing holiday tunes. Bring an unwrapped toy to donate to Cheer for Children, a charity benefiting terminally ill children. 14th Annual King Harbor Yacht Club Christmas Boat Parade Date TBA: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. During the 14th Annual King Harbor Yacht Club Christmas Boat Parade, the entire harbor along Harbor Drive lights up with brilliantly decorated boats parading sparkling, colored lights and seasonal decorations. This parade is FREE and can be seen from many of the pier or marina restaurants or along the break wall. For more information, call (310) 376-2459.
Demographics Redondo Beach Census & Demographics Information
Land Area of Redondo Beach City of Redondo Beach 6.3 square miles
Population Growth: 1900 - 2000
Web Services Company
The Cheesecake Factory
U.S. Post Office
Crowne Plaza Hotel
South Bay Family Health Center
Redondo Beach Unified Schools District
Median Household Income $84,291
Median Home Value $615,000
Utilities West Basin Municipal Water District 17140 S. Avalon Blvd., #210 Carson, CA 90746 Phone: (310) 660-6200 Fax: (310) 217-2415
California Water Service Co. 2632 W. 237th St. Torrance, CA 90505 Phone: (310) 257-1400 Fax: (310) 325-4605
The Gas Company 2929 182nd St., ML9557 Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (800) 427-2200
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California 700 N Alameda Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone: (213) 217-5538
Southern California Edison 505 Maple Ave. Torrance, CA 90503 Phone: (310) 783-9386 Fax: (310) 783-9388
Schools Birney School 1600 Green Lane Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-8626 Fax: (310) 937-6511 Member Since: 1992
Redondo Beach Unified School District 1401 Inglewood Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 379-5449 Fax: (310) 798-8610 Member Since: 1985
Coast Christian School 525 Earle Ln. Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-5181 (310) 370-5849 Fax: (310) 798-1575 Private Christian Education Preschool through - 8th grade Member Since: 2004
Jefferson School 600 Harkness Lane Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-8631 Fax: (310) 937-6506 Member Since: 1991
Savoir Faire Language Institute 322 Vista Del Mar, #B Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 378-1086 Fax: (310) 378-8236 French, Spanish, English, Arabic, German, Language Institute Member Since: 2008
South Bay Adult School 3401 Inglewood Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 937-3340 Fax: (310) 937-3345 Member Since: 1985
Southern California Regional Occupational Center 2300 Crenshaw Blvd. Torrance, CA 90501 Phone: (310) 224-4200 Fax: (310) 320-1029 Career preparation center for 7 school districts and 18 high schools and adult schools. 12,000 students each year. Member Since: 1992
EF International Language Schools 1650 S. Pacific Coast Hwy., #210 Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 540-2556 EF International Language Schools is dedicated to tearing down the barriers of language and culture by teaching English and the culture of America and by experiencing American life by living with local host families. Our students come from over 30 countries. Member Since: 2006
Lincoln School 2223 Green Lane Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-8646 Fax: (310) 793-6786 Member Since: 1991
Madison School 2200 Mackay Lane Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-8623 Fax: (310) 798-3923 Member Since: 1991
Parras School 200 North Lucia Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 798-8616 Fax: (310) 798-8620 Member Since: 1991
Redondo Shores 631 Vincent Park Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 798-8665 Fax: (310) 798-5287 Member Since: 1998
Redondo Union High School 631 Vincent Park Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 798-8665 Fax: (310) 798-4685 Member Since: 1985
Tulita School 1520 Prospect Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 798-8628 Fax: (310) 798-8698 Member Since: 1991
Washington School 1100 Lilienthal Lane Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-8302 Fax: (310) 798-8302 Member Since: 1991
Adams School 2600 Ripley Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 798-8636 Fax: (310) 318-3064 Member Since: 1991
Alta Vista School 815 Knob Hill Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 798-8650 Fax: (310) 798-8662 Member Since: 1991
Beryl School 920 Beryl St. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 798-8611 Fax: (310) 937-6513 Member Since: 1991
Houses of Worship Temple Menorah 1101 Camino Real Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 316-8444 (310) 316-8997 Fax: (310) 540-7677 Tuvia Preschool, Menorah Day Camp, Menorah Day School Member Since: 1996
St. James Church 124 N. Pacific Coast Hwy. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 372-5228 Fax: (310) 530-1375 The mission of St. James is to build up those weak in faith, healing the hurt and alienated of all people. Member Since: 2006
St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church 722 Knob Hill Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 Phone: (310) 540-2434 Member Since: 2000