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These important stories about housing, development and land use in Redwood City are made possible through the continued support of Hoge Fenton as part of our Community Leaders Program.

 

Harbor View project remains a hotly debated topic among Redwood City residents and city officials

Harbor View project remains a hotly debated topic among Redwood City residents and city officials

While many pro-housing advocates, including one nun, voiced their support, some council members disagreed about whether the new proposal meets the city’s housing needs
From downtown to the Bay, a new urban park network will bring needed green space to Redwood City

From downtown to the Bay, a new urban park network will bring needed green space to Redwood City

The proposal includes a one-mile creek loop and several acres of lawn, gardens and outdoor recreation space
Can Redwood Shores survive the spate of new developments?

Can Redwood Shores survive the spate of new developments?

Residents and environmental experts worry about the long-term livability of a community built on landfill
Proposed Redwood City Holiday Inn will serve predicted resurgence of corporate travel, developers say

Proposed Redwood City Holiday Inn will serve predicted resurgence of corporate travel, developers say

Developers recently resubmitted final plans for the 112-room Holiday Inn Express & Suites
What Redwood City’s new district lines mean for upcoming elections and the future of the city’s electorate

What Redwood City’s new district lines mean for upcoming elections and the future of the city’s electorate

New districts prioritize minority populations, cause some controversy over voter deferrals
Police substation coming to Redwood Shores as part of 6-month pilot

Police substation coming to Redwood Shores as part of 6-month pilot

The police substation will be centrally located inside the Redwood Shores Branch Library
Redwood City plans public hearing on $17 million hotel purchased by county

Redwood City plans public hearing on $17 million hotel purchased by county

The Redwood City council may also contribute upwards of $1.3 million to rehabilitation costs