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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

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The council will also decide on an update of the Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinance to comply with state law, create further flexibility and encourage legal creation of units with related zoning amendments. a The Belmont City Council will hear an update on the 2035 General Plan and Interim Zoning, Belmont Specific Plan and Zoning, Climate Action Plan and Environmental Impact Report Monday.

Monday: Planning Commission, public to discuss Stanford's major Menlo Park development

Stanford's revised plans to build 459,000 square feet of mixed-use development in Menlo Park will face a round of civic reckoning Monday, March 27, when the project will be the subject of a public hearing about environmental impacts and a study session by the Planning Commission. The university has proposed to build 215 rental apartments , 144,000 square feet of office space, and 10,000 square feet of retail space at 500 El Camino Real - an 8.4-acre site of former car sale lots situated between the Stanford Park Hotel and Big 5 in Menlo Park.

Retiring Peterson attorney wona t see conclusion of blockbuster case

A key Scott Peterson attorney will leave his legal team before the California Supreme Court rules on the Modesto man's death sentence appeals. "I'm retiring," said Lawrence Gibbs, 65, who recently filed a motion to withdraw from representing Peterson.

Museum gotta see - um

"OUTSIDER AS ARTIST," AT THE PENINSULA MUSEUM OF ART IN BURLINGAME. Bay Area artist Lola Walker presents a collection of her bold mixed media work at the Peninsula Museum of Art around the theme "Outsider As Artist."

Tiny self-driving robots have started delivering food...

On March 23, bots from Starship Technologies started taking over some of the work done by human couriers at on-demand delivery startup DoorDash . The self-driving robots ferry goods from restaurants in Redwood City, California, to customers within a two-mile radius.

This robot will deliver a burrito to your door - CNET

DoorDash is running a pilot program in Redwood City, California, using Starship robots to deliver food from restaurants to customers. Postmates is already using these same robots in Washington, DC.

Man who shot self also shot by police: Redwood City incident at...

Investigators say Edward Eichen, the man who shot himself in the head in a Redwood City business park Tuesday, was nearly simultaneously shot in the chest by a police officer when his own gun went off. "Our belief is that the two weapons were discharged at about the same time," said Steve Wagstaffe, San Mateo County district attorney.

Menlo Park grade separations viaduct

Honorable Councilmembers, I am just now watching the recorded video of your February 7, 2017, study session on the Ravenswood Grade Separation Project with staff project manager Angela Obeso and consultants from AECOM. Councilmember Carlton asked a question on behalf of an unnamed "a former mayor" as to why the fully elevated alternative was eliminated from consideration.

Bay Area rents tumble, except in Concord

Rental site Zumper on Wednesday ranked Bay Area cities to see where median apartment prices had dropped the most year over year. Rents in the Bay Area are, of course, still highest in San Francisco, followed by Palo Alto and Redwood City .

Bay Area population growth slows, some counties losing people

Lolly Mitchell of Redwood City sits in her living room nearly empty of furniture because she and her husband are moving to a new home in Southern California. Lolly Mitchell of Redwood City sits in her living room nearly empty of furniture because she and her husband are moving to a new home in Southern California.

Impossible Foods Plans World Domination With Oakland Production Facility

Impossible Foods , the company behind the meatless Impossible Burger, continues to expand in the Bay Area with an new, large-scale production facility in Oakland. The facility is currently under construction, with the goal of producing one million pounds of plant-based "meat" per month -enough to serve four million Impossible Burgers- by the end of the year.

One woman's will to survive

Janet Steele, a former College Terrace neighborhood resident, stands by the tree on Stanford Avenue in Palo Alto where her car crashed 11 years ago. The seat beat did not hold, and Steele suffered major injuries.

College officials consider district elections: Shift could make it...

County community college district officials are slated to take a next step in the move from at-large elections in the interest of leveling the playing field for all seeking a seat on the school board. The San Mateo County Community College District Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing Wednesday, March 22, gathering feedback on a proposed transition to by-district elections.

Fleet of robots added to Redwood City's DoorDash: Autonomous bots...

After just more than a month of testing on downtown Redwood City streets, food delivery service DoorDash is ready to take its partnership with Starship Technologies' autonomous robots to the next level. Starting Thursday, DoorDash will fold into their downtown Redwood City fleet six of the small, self-driving delivery robots designed by Starship.

Domestic dispute turns deadly: Man shoots himself, struck once by...

A series of escalating domestic violence incidents turned deadly outside a Redwood City office complex Tuesday when a man allegedly shot himself after police responded to a report of him chasing his ex-wife with a gun. The 43-year-old man, whose name was not yet being released, was shot once in the chest by a responding officer before he reportedly shot himself in the head, according to police and the District Attorney's Office.

Redwood City: Police respond to fatal shooting near shoreline

Police were responding to a fatal shooting reported amid a compound of office parks along Redwood Creek on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. The Redwood City Police Department stated in a tweet that the shooting occurred near Saginaw and Penobscot drives.

Art for spring: 'Flora from Fauna'

Artist Jane Kim paints a fox on a bench outside of Redwood City's city hall. Photo by Karla Kane.

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