Redondo Beach

Select Census Data for Redondo Beach


  • Median Home Value: $720,600
  • Median Year Houses were Built: 1972
  • Total Housing Units: 30,123
  • Vacant Housing Units: 7.3%
  • Owner-occupied: 50.7%
  • Renter-occupied: 49.3%
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Population Data

  • Population: 67,511
  • Median Age: 39.7
  • Median Income: $103,064
  • Income per Capita: $52,775

Education Level of the Population

  • High School Education: 7.4%
  • College Education: 25.6%
  • Professional Education: 2.9%

Work Force

  • Total Work Force: 40,435
  • Number Employed: 92.7%
  • Number Unemployed: 6.9%


  • Homeowner Vacancy Rate: 2.3%
  • Owner-occupied units with a mortgage: 80.3%
  • Owner-occupied units without a mortgage: 19.7%

Rental Housing

  • Rental Vacancy Rate: 3.3%
  • Median Gross Rent: $1,719
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Quick Reference

Information about the city and real estate tools

City Website
City Address
415 Diamond Street
Redondo Beach, CA
City Phone
(310) 372-1171
Mayor and City Council
Meeting Agendas

City Council meets every Tuesday evening. Planning Commission meets on the third Thursday of the month.

Agendas are available here.

City Transfer Tax
$2.20 for each $1,000 or fractional part thereof (RBMC Sec. 8-7.02)
County Transfer Tax
$1.10 for each $1,000 or fractional part thereof (Rev. & Tax Code Sec. 11911-11929)
Inspection at Sale
Building Report at Sale
Business License for Agents
Rent Control
Special Development Restrictions
City-Mandated Deed Provisions
Home Improvement Programs

Signage Ordinances in Redondo Beach

Real Estate Signage Restrictions
Redondo Beach, CA

Residential zones:

A. The sign must be displayed on a site where one or more dwelling units are being offered for sale, rent or lease, or at another site with the consent of the owner.

B. No sign shall exceed six (6) square feet, except where more than one unit of a condominium is offered for sale, rent or lease, the signs may be combined in a single supporting structure, and the sign area shall not exceed three (3) square feet per unit offered.

C. No flags, pennants, or similar devices shall be permitted, except during the hours of an “open house”.

Printable version of sign ordinance available here

News Stories about Redondo Beach

Vote NO on Measure C in Redondo Beach!

February 27, 2017 SBAOR urges a NO vote on Measure C in Redondo Beach on March 7, 2017! The Redondo Beach Pier and Harbor need repair. At a ... read more

REALTORS® and the Torrance Chamber meet our Members of Congress

January 19, 2017 On January 19, members of the South Bay Association of REALTORS® joined with the Torrance Chamber of Commerce to meet with two members of Congress ... read more

Tell us about your experience with PACE loans

January 4, 2017 Many homeowners throughout California are benefiting from Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing for energy-efficient home improvements. Depending on your city, there are a number ... read more

White House calls on cities to rethink restrictive zoning laws

September 30, 2016 The Obama Administration weighed into the debate about overly restrictive zoning laws that has been riling up land use and development folks for decades - and ... read more

Beach Cities Mayors Talk Local Issues

September 20, 2016 In August, SBAOR's South Bay YPN hosted a Networking & Knowledge reception in Redondo Beach. This well attended event hosted the Beach Cities Mayors - ... read more

Redondo Beach REALTORS Meet with Mayor Steve Aspel

March 25, 2016 On March 25, 2016, REALTORS® living and working in the City of Redondo Beach got an opportunity to meet with popular Mayor Steve Aspel to ... read more

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5-Year Data, 2010-2014. This product uses the Census Bureau Data API but is not endorsed or certified by the Census Bureau. For more recent housing data, see SBAOR's monthly releases of market statistics at