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3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home Prices

Redwood City 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Median Home Prices 2005 to August 2016

Redwood City has seen phenomenal growth since 2010. It has been the choice for corporations causing a boom in employment and the demand for housing. Prices saw a steep increase from 2010. Strong bay area economy Limited inventory of homes for sale Low interest rate. The interest rate recently declined to 3.44%. Increase in employment. Redwood […]

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Earth Hour – Lights Out! March 23

Saturday, March 23, at 8:30 p.m. Lights will go dark for one hour during Earth Hour, the annual campaign by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to raise awareness of the environmental challenges we all face, such as climate change. See WWF to learn more, and to discover what else community members can do. See Earth […]

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Tall Ships Return to Port of Redwood City

Redwood City Port Fest The Tall Ships are returning to Redwood City for great, family educational programs and public visits. Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain plan their annual visit to the Port of Redwood City from March 7-19 and they’ll offer public tours, sailing excursions, and educational programs for K-12 students and service groups. Please […]

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Redwood City Schools

Neighborhood Schools Students are generally assigned to schools based on where they live.Many neighborhood schools also have a specific program focus. John Gill School, for example, offers a focus on the performing arts. If students want to attend a specific school, they complete a Schools of Choice/Transfer Application. Schools of Choice In addition, RCSD offers […]

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Redwood City Water

Currently, all Redwood City’s drinking water is supplied by the regional Hetch Hetchy water system, operated by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). The Hetch Hetchy system provides high quality drinking water to over 2 million people in the Bay Area. The SFPUC maintains a watershed control program that effectively limits or eliminates potential […]

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Stafford Park

Stafford Park is a 1.62 acre park located on Hopkins Avenue. The park offers open spaces and recreational areas, as well as playground activities, picnic areas, restrooms and BBQ pits. Dogs are allowed in the parks on leash but not on sports fields or in the children’s playgrounds. Park availability is on a first-come, first-served […]

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Mt Carmel Lifestyle

Mount Carmel is a neighborhood of tree-lined streets and charming architecture. Styles include Craftsmen homes from the early century, Spanish bungalows from the 20s and 30s, and ranchers from the 50s. The neighborhood boasts great weather, ample green space through parks and nearby schools. Located north of Jefferson and west of El Camino, the neighborhood […]

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