Offices & Directories


Bicycles are a common and popular target for theft. Secure your bicycle with a high-security U-lock or large diameter cable/chain and lock attached to an immovable object in an open, well-lighted, and highly visible area. We also highly recommend that you register your bike with Public Safety and the City of Redlands. If it is found we can return it to you. You can register your bicycle at Public Safety and the Redlands Police Department located at 212 Brookside Avenue in downtown Redlands.

We highly recommend that all bicycle riders wear a protective helmet to minimize head injuries. Bicycle riders in California are required to obey the same rules of the road as a car while being operated on city streets. Ride with the flow of the traffic, come to a complete stop at stop signs and traffic control lights. You can obtain a copy of the rules of the road pamphlet from the Department of Motor Vehicles located on Lugonia Avenue in Redlands, or from Public Safety.

No bicycle or bicycle component may be locked or secured to any sign/light post, bench, handrail or block any walkway, stairs, handicap access or other place so as to create a potential hazard. Bicycles must be removed from outside racks during the summer break. Bicycles which are deemed to be abandoned will be removed and donated to Outdoor Programs for their bike loan program or to a local charity.

How large is the main campus?
160 acres

The campus of the University of Redlands covers 160 acres.