Memorial Event for Shores Crossing Guard

It was wonderful to have so many Redwood Shores residents here with the family and friends of Ray Robinson to celebrate his life!

This was a very special opportunity for so many people to gather for the dedication event, and we expect so many more will enjoy coming out to see memorial stone (near the corner of Bridge Parkway and Bowsprit Drive) and watch the new grove of trees grow grow around it. Thank you all for making this such a memorable neighborhood moment.


In July of 2017, Redwood Shores said goodbye to a local figure who brightened up the neighborhood with his presence. His friendly wave to everybody who came through the busy Bridge Parkway intersection helped keep the safety of our youngest residents in our minds while putting a good feeling in our hearts.

In tribute to the late Raymond Robinson, the “smiling crossing guard”, community members are invited to attend a memorial to Ray Robinson’s special personality and tributes to Redwood Shores.

Please meet on the corner of Bridge Parkway at 2:30pm on Saturday, April 21st, where Mr. Robinson served our community. The group will then make its way to the Redwood Shores Library to meet the Robinson family, who would really like to meet members of the community and have a little celebration of Ray’s life.

Thanks to all community members who donated for the memorial rock and plaque that will be placed on Bridge Parkway.

More information about Raymond Robinson can be found here.

The PILOT: April 2018

Below is this month’s issue of The PILOT, published in it’s entirety on the RSCA website. To get a complete view of this month’s issue that is easy to read on your screen, please choose the “Fullscreen” option at the top of the viewer — from there, you can click on the left or right of each page to thumb through the various pages.

All of the software needed to view this web-based version of The PILOT should be linked below if it is not already installed on your web browser, and you can also download or print the PDF document for use away from the computer. If you are having trouble viewing this document on your cellphone, tablet or computer, please contact the .

The PILOT — April 2018

Click to view The PILOT full-screen

Rowing on the Redwood Shores Lagoon

Stanford and Cal Rowing teams will once again will be competing with other top colleges on our Redwood Shores lagoon. Come cheer on your local favorite (or maybe your own alma mater?) as they glide across the Redwood Shores Waterways.

  • 3/31 & 4/1: Women’s Pac 12 Challenge
  • 4/14 & 4/15: Stanford Invitational (men)
  • 4/21: CAL vs. UW duel & Stanford Lwts vs. WWU
  • 4/28: Big Row Stanford vs CAL

Redwood Shores Rowing-500

The PILOT: March 2018

Below is this month’s issue of The PILOT, published in it’s entirety on the RSCA website. To get a complete view of this month’s issue that is easy to read on your screen, please choose the “Fullscreen” option at the top of the viewer — from there, you can click on the left or right of each page to thumb through the various pages.

All of the software needed to view this web-based version of The PILOT should be linked below if it is not already installed on your web browser, and you can also download or print the PDF document for use away from the computer. If you are having trouble viewing this document on your cellphone, tablet or computer, please contact the .

The PILOT — March 2018

Click to view The PILOT full-screen

Eggstravaganza 2018!

It’s time for the RSCA’s annual Eggstravaganza, held every year at Marlin Park in the center of Redwood Shores. Bring all your children and a basket for goodies to the park for the big Egg Hunt, where toddlers and young kids can seek out goodies hidden in the grass and playground. Also, the Easter Bunny will be there to lead off the Egg Hunt and later to pose for pictures with the boys and girls, so be sure to take along a camera as well!

The festivities begin at 1:00 PM on Saturday, March 24th at Marlin Park here in Redwood Shores.

Be sure to arrive early so that your child can line up in the right age category — the eggs disappear quickly, and the whistle begins exactly at 1:00, so be on time! (Please limit your children to 6 eggs each so that everyone can share.)

The Eggstravaganza is run by RSCA, and is a great place to sign up with our organization if you have not yet had a chance to do so. Please join in in making great events like this possible in Redwood Shores!

The PILOT: February 2018

Below is this month’s issue of The PILOT, published in it’s entirety on the RSCA website. To get a complete view of this month’s issue that is easy to read on your screen, please choose the “Fullscreen” option at the top of the viewer — from there, you can click on the left or right of each page to thumb through the various pages.

All of the software needed to view this web-based version of The PILOT should be linked below if it is not already installed on your web browser, and you can also download or print the PDF document for use away from the computer. If you are having trouble viewing this document on your cellphone, tablet or computer, please contact the .

The PILOT — February 2018

Click to view The PILOT full-screen

Redwood Shores 2018 Annual Meeting

February 7, 2018, 7:00 pm
at the Redwood Shores Library
399 Marine Pky at Bridge Pky (click for a map)

Please join RSCA for its Annual Meeting and get the latest update on “The State of the Shores”.

This is your chance to get up to date on the issues that affect the home and family of every Shores resident. Hear about the “State of the Shores” and get a preview of the “State of Redwood City” and San Mateo County. Plus, there will be an update on infrastructure and other projects affecting the Shores, especially the waste water pipeline replacement.

As always, we try to end our Annual Meeting presentation around 8:00 PM so that you can have time to ask questions or talk with our guests about issues of particular interest to you.

(RSCA will also elect its new Board of Directors.)

 

The PILOT: January 2018

Below is this month’s issue of The PILOT, published in it’s entirety on the RSCA website. To get a complete view of this month’s issue that is easy to read on your screen, please choose the “Fullscreen” option at the top of the viewer — from there, you can click on the left or right of each page to thumb through the various pages.

All of the software needed to view this web-based version of The PILOT should be linked below if it is not already installed on your web browser, and you can also download or print the PDF document for use away from the computer. If you are having trouble viewing this document on your cellphone, tablet or computer, please contact the .

The PILOT — January 2018

Click to view The PILOT full-screen

Light Up the Shores 2017

Dress up your home and yard with lights, Santa, reindeer, snowmen and win prizes! Winning homes will be featured in The PILOT and on the web. If you would like to submit your holiday decorations for consideration and publication in The PILOT, we are asking that you take a photo of your home, apartment, condominium or townhome, and submit it to our Board of Directors for their official “judging” process. Of course, it’s best that this be a “nighttime” photo so we can see how brilliantly the lights and decorations shine in the darkness.

Submission Deadline:
December 18

Each photo should be emailed to “” with the resident’s name and street address, including apartment or unit number if applicable.

Your photos must be submitted no later than the end of the day Monday, December 18th, as our elves will be judging all applicants the day afterwards. Sorry, no late applicants can be considered, as this is a lengthy process !

The PILOT: December 2017

Below is this month’s issue of The PILOT, published in it’s entirety on the RSCA website. To get a complete view of this month’s issue that is easy to read on your screen, please choose the “Fullscreen” option at the top of the viewer — from there, you can click on the left or right of each page to thumb through the various pages.

All of the software needed to view this web-based version of The PILOT should be linked below if it is not already installed on your web browser, and you can also download or print the PDF document for use away from the computer. If you are having trouble viewing this document on your cellphone, tablet or computer, please contact the .

The PILOT — December 2017

Click to view The PILOT full-screen