Redwood City Hall 1017 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, CA94063 City Hall houses houses the City Council along with several committees like the Planning Commission, Housing and Human…More Concerns Committee, the Architectural Review Committee and the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Committee. Located in downtown Redwood City at a bustling intersection, the city government has a prominent place in the town. With a rich history dating back to its founding in 1854 by Simon Mezes, Redwood City has become a diverse town filled with technology and arts companies.
Redwood City Schaberg Library 2140 Euclid Ave, Redwood City, CA94061 One of four libraries in Redwood City, the Schaberg Library is smaller than the others, but still hosts several events.…More "Paws for Tales" and story times are regularly offered. Located right next to Roosevelt School, it offers a wide selection for children. The Library Board consists of five members, appointed by the City Council for terms of three years each.
Harvest Properties 1300 Island Dr, Redwood City, CA94065 Harvest Properties is a real estate investment company that acquires, develops, manages and finances several commercial…More properties. It prides itself on being involved in sustainable projects as a member of the US Green Building Council. The company has an office in Redwood City in a large complex east of Highway 101.
Located in the heart of downtown Redwood City, this library used to be a fire station before it became a bustling…More community center. It earned the prestigious "five star rating" from the Library Journal Index of Public Library Service, making it the top rated library in the Bay Area.</p>
<p>In addition to thousands of books in its collection, the library provides literacy programs, foreign language education, and access to over 130 public computers with wireless access. The library hosts a Project READ literacy program that helps the diverse community increase their literacy levels. Over 1,400 volunteers have given over 100,000 hours of their time.</p>
<p>To maintain its exceptional services, the five-member Library Board appointed by the City Council for terms of three years meets monthly. In the library, there is a Local History Collection that documents Redwood City's colorful past in photos and historical documents.</p>
<p>The library also runs another branch in Redwood Shores. </p>