Leash laws in Redwood Estates

Even here in unincorporated Santa Clara County, there are leash laws for dogs. From the www.scc.gov website: “Dogs must be controlled by a 6’ leash at all times, except in designated off-leash areas. Use of extended leashes, voice control, or electronic collars does not meet the County’s ordinance requirements for controlling one’s dog.”

When you are walking your dog in Redwood Estates, please comply with the law and leash them, in order that your pet, your neighbors’ property, their children, and livestock or poultry can all stay safe.

For off-leash facilities and information about having fun with your dog in County parks, click here.

Safety note: trash bins

Please pull your trash, recycling, and organic waste bins in off the roadway immediately following trash pickup. Our roads are narrow, and cans left out are causing blockages and collision hazards on our roads.

Green Team suggests not leaving trash bins out for more than 24 hours. Thank you for your consideration for your neighbors!

August 6—Mountain Residents Night Out

Join us on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 6–8:30 p.m. at the Pavilion at Redwood Estates, 21450 Madrone Drive, Los Gatos, for the Nineteenth Annual Mountain Residents Night Out, a community safety event and barbecue. Meet the locally assigned deputies, fire department staff, CHP officers, and representatives for many other local community organizations. Participating organizations provide a wide range of public safety information and fun activities for all ages.

This is a free event—with a free raffle!

Nonno’s of Redwood Estates will provide a barbecue dinner for the great price of only $6.00 a plate. Veggie burgers are also available. Tickets for dinner may be purchased onsite.

Hosted by the Loma Prieta Community Foundation and the Redwood Estates Services Association. Visit www.lpcf.org or www.redwoodestates.net for more information. Questions? Call RESA at (408) 353-1866.