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June Update

June 12, 2018 Uncategorized 0 comments 338 Hits

June 6, 2018 It has been a busy few months and there is a lot to catch everyone up on, so without further ado: On May 19th we received a letter from the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB; the entity that oversees our water system) that they will no […]

April Water Update

April 23, 2018 Uncategorized 0 comments 321 Hits

April 2018 Update: Several things are happening this month: We are continuing to move through the Resource Management/Use Permit process with the County Planning Department.  As the County continues to work on the necessary environmental documents for our projects approval, we are in the midst of sorting out whether an […]

Redwood Glen’s Campfires

March 26, 2018 news,Uncategorized 0 comments 365 Hits

You are Invited: Through the course of the winter/spring season Redwood Glen is hosting a series of Campfires in Northern California. Our next one is Saturday, April 7th, 7pm, at Santa Clara First Baptist Church (3111 Benton Street).  Plans are also being set for a North Bay event and one […]

Time Left to Summer

March 23, 2018 news,Uncategorized 0 comments 446 Hits

Excited for summer? Can’t wait for camp to start, you can bookmark this link so you can check in periodically and see exactly how much time is left! Time Remaining Until Camps Start:

March Water Update

March 15, 2018 Uncategorized 0 comments 342 Hits

March 2018 Update: Several things are happening this month: We are continuing to move through the Resource Management/Use Permit process with the County Planning Department.  Based on a very favorable Biology Report regrading out project, our County Planner is writing up what is known as a ‘Negative Declaration’ Form:  basically, […]

Water February 2018 Update

February 8, 2018 Uncategorized 0 comments 357 Hits

    This past week has been a busy one for us here at Redwood Glen. The County has approved the biologist’s report, clearing the way for the public review and then on to water independence. Meanwhile Memorial Park has been cleared to deliver water to Redwood Glen while the environmental review […]