Technology and nature access shape life in this Bay area city.
With an average of 255 sunny days per year, Redwood City’s motto is “Climate Best by Government Test” as a result of best climate tests conducted by the U.S. and German governments prior to World War I. Aside from its exceptional climate, Redwood City is known for its spot in the heart of Silicon Valley. Several technology companies such as Oracle, Evernote, Electronic Arts, and Box all call Redwood City home. Redwood City is also the only active deep water port in the southern San Francisco Bay, allowing for increased transporting and shipping opportunities.
Should you choose to live in Redwood City, you’ll be able to experience the vibrant downtown area which contains numerous shops and tasty restaurants as well as the historic Fox Theatre. Learning and engaging with history will be your norm, with access to San Mateo County History Museum and Pulgas Water Temple. Hiking and retreating to nature will be simple with convenience to multiple parks and preserves including Huddart Park, Edgewood Park Natural Preserve, Wunderlich County Park, and Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve.
Accessible to the CalTrain commuter rail and major roadways as well as San Francisco and San Jose International Airports, getting around from Redwood City is a breeze.