Local Businesses in Redlands

Local independent businesses are the key to a strong local economy.
They build our general fund through the tax multiplier effect; they are easier on our infrastructure and environment; they are more likely to participate in community decisions; they support service clubs and school programs; they make us more desirable for businesses and residents; and they support the character of the community.
I’ve made a presentation on the incredible impact of shopping local, which Chamber of Commerce President Scott Welsh and I have been giving to service clubs and community groups.
As a councilwoman I have made sure local business opportunity and support is part of every land use and development discussion, specifically how independent businesses can get a fair shot for tenancy in high-profile location projects.
As a member of various local boards, I have ensured fundraising and social events support local businesses.
And as a resident, I have always treated my dollars as votes.

Toni Momberger's Focus on the Redlands City Council

A vote for Toni is a vote for Redlands

Reducing the homeless population

Local Businesses

Strengthening the economy by promoting local businesses

Trees and Orange Groves

Investment in orange groves and street trees


Recharging the water table

Photo Credits: Redlands Daily Facts