Welcome to Redwood City
An urban community with friendly locals, vibrant nightlife, and outdoor adventures.
Redwood City is in the North Bay region of California's San Francisco Bay Area. The city is on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, an area of many fine beaches and parks. Redwood City is a coastal city in San Mateo County. It is known for being a highly educated and progressive city, as it’s home to two universities and several companies in the technology industry.
Redwood City is a hidden gem in the Bay Area, just south of San Francisco, with rolling hills, picturesque neighborhoods, and a thriving downtown. The affluent urban area offers many homes and luxury amenities with diverse architecture and landscapes. The tight-knit area and the sense of community among locals and businesses make for an ideal place to live, work, and play.
What to Love
- Proximity to big cities and other thriving communities
- Water access and abundant outdoor activities
- Luxury homes and amenities
- Entertainment hub
For years, Redwood City has been a haven for technology companies and an entertainment hub. It is also one of the most culturally diverse places in the Bay Area, with a rich heritage of Chinese, Irish, Italian, and Portuguese immigrants. But the community’s biggest draw is its easy-going lifestyle. Redwood City is small enough to feel like a neighborhood but big enough to offer a variety of entertainment, restaurants, and shopping.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Residents can make a day exploring the city with different cuisine and shops along the walkable streets. A popular shop in the community is , a local fashion boutique that sells designer clothes, shoes, and accessories.
Things to Do
There is so much to do and experience in Redwood City. is a stunning 467-acre area with woodlands, grasslands, and wildflower fields. is an inclusive activity for adults and children of all cognitive and physical abilities. The park provides art classes, storytimes, and special senior time.
is more than 5,400-acres of preserved land west of the Santa Cruz Mountains. The preserve has stunning trees, greenery, flowers, and trails for walking and biking. Another beautiful trail with water views is the .
The in downtown Redwood City has a mission to preserve the community’s unique history and historical sites. Residents can explore the past of Redwood City and participate in tours, exhibits, and monthly programs.
is a fun event filled with salsa music, dancing, and tastings. The is an annual community event with food, vendors, and special performances. Another yearly event is the , highlighting local breweries and craft beer.