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"Friends of Redwood City" is a group of concerned citizens acting together to protect and enhance the quality of life and environmental resources in Redwood City and our region. Learn more about us...
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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead

This group of caring citizens has come together to help bridge the gap that exists between our city's government and its residents to better meet challenges we face such as budget cuts, strain on our environmental resources, and an uncertain economic future.

We intend to play an active role in guiding decisions that will affect our ability to create a sustainable and vibrant community, and we invite you to participate. Mark this page to stay current on upcoming issues, activities, and concerns that may be of interest to you.

A Little History
"Friends of Redwood City," founded in 1982, and led in the campaign that resulted in Bair Island becoming a National Wildlife Preserve (this recent article in the SF Chronicle tells the full story). Some of its members along with other citizens founded "People for Housing Not High Rises" in 2004, conducting the successful No on Measure Q campaign.

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Worth Reading
- Taxpayers likely overpaid Cargill in $100 million deal
San Mateo County Times, January 26, 2007

- Redwood City Under Water by 2100?
San Jose Mercury News, January 26, 2007

- Cargill's departure poses an opportunity
InsideBayArea.com, June 23, 2006

- Debate over the future of salt ponds near Bayfront Park
The Almanac, July 19, 2006

Have you seen our brochure on saving Seaport wetlands?

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