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Redwood City is where the ship building industry began in 1851 and thrived there until 1883. A deep water channel running inland to Redwood City from San Francisco Bay was of great benefit in moving wood and logs from the redwood forests to the waterfront area where they were exported. This made Redwood City famous for its port where shipping these materials saved expense of travel over land.

Population: 79000
Local Newspapers: Redwood City Daily News
Local Sports Teams: San Jose Sharks (NHL) San Jose Earthquakes (MLS soccer) San Jose Giants (California League baseball)
Local Colleges: Cañada College

Zip Codes associated with redwood city, california: 94061 94062 94063 94065
Towns/Cities near redwood city, california : San Carols Centennial Redwood Oaks Emerald Lake Hills Palomar Park

Redwood City News
Redwood City schools delay election shift

The Redwood City Elementary School District Board of Trustees held off on picking a new map subdividing the district into trustee wards as officials examine a coming election system shift. The board addressed the matter Wednesday, Dec. 6, as the discussion served as the most recent in a series of talks directing the district away from its current at-large election method.

Dec. 13: Santa visits fire stations

Continuing a holiday tradition of more than 30 years, Santa will be appear at all three of the Woodside Fire Protection District's open houses on Wednesday, Dec. 13, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Christmas trees, decorations and polished fire trucks will be on display, and hot cocoa and cookies will be served at these three locations: Station #7 at 3111 Woodside Road in Woodside; Station #8 at 135 Portola Road in Portola Valley; and Station #19 at 4091 Jefferson Ave. in Redwood City. Families are invited to take photos with Santa and bring along new unwrapped gifts for the Redwood City and San Mateo County Toy and Book Drive.

Paying the bills: City Council exploring options for increased revenue

Mountain View City Manager Dan Rich at a meeting of the City Council on Nov. 28, 2017, at City Hall. If Mountain View is going to realize its ambitious dreams for new transportation systems and such capital projects as street grade separations, it's going to need money - a lot of it.

Robots Will Transform Fast Food

The "head chef," incongruously named Andrew, specializes in okonomiyaki , a Japanese pancake. Using his two long arms, he stirs batter in a metal bowl, then pours it onto a hot grill.

Mountain View loses its downtown visionary

As Mountain View's city manager nearly 40 years ago, Bruce Liedstrand faced some familiar challenges along the city's Castro Street corridor. The downtown was struggling, and there were worries it would lapse into a stretch of shuttered storefronts and ugly buildings.

Dance: Moving 'Nutcracker' 200 years into a hip hop future

On the afternoons of Dec. 16 and 17, at Redwood City's Fox Theatre, audiences will be in full Christmas glow, as Peninsula Ballet Theatre presents its classic version of the beloved "Nutcracker," with choreography by Carlos Carvajal. But on the evenings of Dec. 15 and 17, the company will offer a very different sort of holiday magic - a hip hop version of the timeless tale.

Caltrans Proposes New Bridge, Wider 101 to Ease Congestion

Caltrans is proposing a wider 101, with express toll lanes, and a new bridge over the bay to ease traffic congestion. Caltrans officials on Wednesday night made a pitch to Peninsula residents about widening Highway 101 and adding a new bridge across the bay as part of a plan to ease traffic congestion in the region.

Caltrans Seeks Public Input on Proposed 101 Express Lanes

Caltrans on Wednesday is slated to hold its second to last meeting as it mulls installing express lanes on Highway 101 along the Peninsula. The proposed express lanes would stretch from Interstate 380 near San Francisco International Airport to Whipple Avenue in Redwood City, and then already existing carpool lanes from Redwood City to the Palo Alto area would be converted to express lanes.

School chief gets reacquainted with Sequoia

Mary Streshly hit the ground running with her ear to the street as soon as she was hired as superintendent of the Sequoia Union High School District. While the school chief who replaced former superintendent Jim Lianides in August committed the first 100 days of her tenure to getting familiar with the district, the environment is not so foreign.

Christmas tree prices spiking statewide amid holiday shortage

As families pile into the car this weekend and head out to pick the perfect Christmas tree, they better brace themselves for sticker shock. Christmas tree prices have spiked this year, in part because of a tree shortage that has its roots in the Great Recession.

Lucas used elephant from Bay Area zoo in first 'Star Wars'

George Lucas utilized an elephant from Marine World in Redwood City for a "Star Wars" film in the late '70s. George Lucas utilized an elephant from Marine World in Redwood City for a "Star Wars" film in the late '70s.

Redwood City Plan Will Bring Bike Lanes to El Camino Real

After a yearlong advocacy campaign , SVBC savored a big win last night when the Redwood City City Council voted unanimously to approve the El Camino Corridor Plan. The Plan lays out a vision that could transform Redwood City's stretch of the Royal Highway from a high-speed commercial strip into a corridor where people can safely and comfortably walk, bike, and enjoy a tree-lined boulevard with a strong sense of place.

For dead EV batteries, reuse comes before recycle - Roadshow

Electric vehicles make up less than 1 percent of current US auto sales, but their numbers are growing, with one projection putting them at 54 percent by 2040 . The number of battery packs for these vehicles will also increase, and that presents a waste problem.

Police reports

A man was arrested after he was found to have two loaded meth pipes and two broken meth pipes on North Cabrillo Highway in Half Moon Bay, it was reported at 3:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 19. Suspended license. A Redwood City man was cited and released for driving with a suspended license on Vintage Park Drive, it was reported at 10:50 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25. Grand theft.

Little-known music to be part of Dec. 14 show at Bing Concert Hall

When we think of songwriter Woody Guthrie, rousing tunes about social justice or the Dust Bowl probably spring to mind. How about Hanukkah ditties? Well, when The Klezmatics bring their "Happy, Joyous Hanukkah" concert to Stanford on Thursday, Dec. 14, Guthrie's songs honoring the Jewish holiday will be in the forefront.

TECHNOLOGY

Box, Inc. has the following job opportunity available in Redwood City, CA: Senior Software Engineer : Build highly usable, performant tools that optimize conversion and growth for platform users. Submit resume by mail to: Attn: People Operations, Box, Inc., 900 Jefferson Ave., Redwood City, CA 94063.

County shows solid budget in new report

Even with about $1.71 billion in revenue compared to $1.52 billion in total expenses, county officials are warning about a potential economic downturn and the consequences to its budget should federal changes to the Affordable Care Act slash health care spending, according to the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report released by the Controller's Office. The Controller's Office report illustrates a positive financial outlook with low unemployment rates, continued economic growth and increased property values.

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