Located in the heart of California's San Bernadino County, Redlands was once the cirtus fruit capital of California, but now plays host to a variety of quaint shops, historical museums, fun festivals, and outdoor recreational areas. With movie theaters, gourmet and casual restaurants, bowling alleys, wineries, and farmer's markets, there is always something to do in this popular city. When you make your home in Redlands, feel confident about living in a warm community dedicated to clean streets, quality education, and healthy green living.
Traveling within Redlands, as well as to and from surrounding cities, is made easy with the San Bernadino Omnitrans bus system. You can also find a San Bernadino line belonging to Los Angeles' Metrolink public transportation system nearby. If you prefer driving your own car, you can take Interstate 10 to a variety of areas in and around Redlands. A small airport right in the city allows for limited air travel, while an hour's drive takes you right to Los Angeles International Airport.