Beach Cities Health District 514 N Prospect Ave, Redondo Beach, CA90277 Beach Cities Health District has provided healthcare services to the residents of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach and…More Redondo Beach since 1955. The company provides senior citizen services, adult and kids LiveWell serivces, and nutritional services.
Vitality City 1107 Vincent St, Redondo Beach, CA90277 Vitality City offers a Healthway-blue Zones program that aims to help improve the overall health and happiness of…More citizens of the Redondo, Manhattan and Hermosa Beaches. Program goals include lowering community health care costs, increasing public engagement, increasing the life expectancy of individuals and improving the performance of those in the workforce. Residents can participate by joining walking groups, cooking classes and workshops and encouraging others to do the same.
The Harbor Department manages the City's waterfront property to ensure an appealing area for recreation and commerce.…More Under the supervision of the Department, the Harbor Patrol office, located at the west end of Marina Way adjacent to Moonstone Park, answers questions regarding water safety and boating in King Harbor.</p>
<p>The Harbor Commission meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers.</p>
<p>The Business Assistance aims to provide information and assistance to area businesses and residents. It gives Redondo Beach business owners site selection assistance, permit assistance, zoning and land use information and more.</p>
<p>Beach Cities Transit is the three fixed-routes bus system (Route 102, 104 and 109) which provides convenient north/south service connecting Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and El Segundo as well as east/west connectivity to the City of Torrance.</p>