CITY OF REDLANDS
Redlands is situated in the shadow of the San Bernardino Mountains and approximately halfway between Los Angeles and Palm Springs. With a population total of 68,800 and situated 1,318 feet above sea level, the city of Redlands is located 10 miles south of San
Bernardino, 62 miles east of the metropolitan area of Los Angeles, 187 miles south of Las Vegas, and 110 miles north of San Diego. Redlands receives an average of 313 days of sunshine per year, with temperatures in the low 20's to high 60's in the winter months, and low 50's to 90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months. Redlands is located about 25 miles from Ontario International Airport and also close by to the Los Angeles International Airport. Both skiing and a number of other mountain recreational activities make the city of Redlands a great location for moving into. Redlands is also clos by to some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the world which include the internationally-known Loma Linda University Medical Center, J. Pettis V.A. Hospital, and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals. College bound students will have no problem finding quality education close to home. Just minutes from some of the best fully-accredited undergraduate and graduate universities and colleges in the state, Redlands contains two museums, several movie theaters, a live theatre and the summer Redlands Bowl which brings in performers from around the world. Redlands nightlife includes very close range nightclubs of various music and dance styles, many of them catering to the population of surrounding colleges.