Mayor & City Council

The Mayor and Council are the elected representatives of the residents of Redondo Beach. They formulate policy, enact laws, promote community interests and implement programs and services that enhance the quality of life for those who live, work, visit and play in the City.

 The Mayor is elected at large and one Council Member is elected from each of the five City districts. [View the Council District Map] The Mayor and Council also sit as members of the Successor Agency to the Former Redevelopment Agency, Parking Authority, Public Financing Authority and Housing Authority. Council Meetings are held on the first and Third Tuesdays of each month beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 415 Diamond Street (Calendar). 

The Mayor and Councilmembers are elected officers identified in Government Code Section 87200 and file statements of economic interests with the City Clerk's office. Copies of the statements of economic interests filed by the elected officers may be obtained by visiting the City Clerk’s office, 415 Diamond Street, Redondo Beach.

City Mission Statement
The City of Redondo Beach is committed to providing
the finest services to enhance the quality of life
for those who live, work, visit and play in our community.

Strategic Plan
The Mayor and Council have created a Three-Year Strategic Plan to carry out the mission of the City. The Strategic Plan establishes the major goals and objectives for the City. It provides the principal guidance for the preparation of the City budget, program objectives and performance measures. The goals provide the basis for improving services and preserving a high quality of life in the City. [View the Strategic Plan]

Mayor and Council Offices
Activities within the Mayor and Council Offices include active and open communication with all sectors of the community to address community needs and interests and ensure the timely resolution of requests for service and information; participation and leadership in various intergovernmental associations and organizations to address issues which may impact Redondo Beach and cities in general; scheduling and coordination of meetings and special presentations; and participation in community special events. For more information contact the Mayor and Council Offices at (310) 937-5315. For Council contact information - click on individual photo above. For Mayor and Council "Quick Contact List" visit the Contact Information page.

Explanation of Council Agenda
Council Agenda 
Council Minutes

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