Redondo beach will be the final resting place for one of the world’s most iconic and iconic icons, Redondo’s iconic “Redondo Beach Pier.”
The iconic structure is set to receive the red light districts on June 8, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
PT (8:00 a.m., 5:00 pm ET).
“Redondo’s red light area is a part of our community, so it’s always been a very special place,” Redondo Mayor John Kessel said in a press release.
“This is the final step towards getting our city back to where we were before the earthquake, and we’re really excited to get back to Redondo as soon as possible.”
The Redondo Pier will be one of four designated red light areas in the city that will remain closed until the end of the month, after the red lights are moved to the new, smaller Redondo Harbor Pier.
The Redondo Fire Department, which is providing emergency response services to the area, will be providing traffic control at the area during the red lighting period.
There will be no additional traffic control.
The red light zone will remain in place until April 11, 2019.
The area of the Redondo Peninsula, where the Red.ondo Beach Red Light District was built in the 1930s, will remain open as planned, with no closures or restrictions in place.
The area will remain under the supervision of the fire department until the red zones are moved.
The red lights will also be placed at the foot of the pier and will be visible to drivers as they cross the bridge.
The City of Redondo will pay $200,000 to cover the costs of removing the red signs and installing the red zone, and the City will pay a $5,000 fine.
The city will continue to work with the Redfin Corporation, Redfin, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, and other agencies to complete the Redondo pier project.
Redondo residents can access the Reddons website at redondo.gov to learn more about the project, and to purchase a Redondo-themed beach umbrella.
For more information, visit the RedDolphin website at http://www.reddolphin.com.