redwood municipal court:

redwood fire department: one downtown, one in glenpark, one in enderlin, and one in glass cove. the main one in glenpark due to its proximity to the park. glenpark is the biggest and holds offices. it also has a sort of dormitory room. the other three are big enough to have lounge areas and kitchens, but don't have dorms. all have at least one shower.
employees: jack daiton

redwood police department: city police department of the city of redwood. main station located in downtown redwood with ancillary stations in glenpark, enderlin and glass cove.
employees: joel tejada

angeline's hair salon: a moderately priced full service hair salon that opened in downtown redwood in 2005. the owner, angeline foy, has over 30 years of hair styling experience, and the salon usually has 7-10 stylists working at any given time. they also offer hair/makeup styling packages for special events.

animal allies rescue shelter: founded in 2014, aars is a shelter that takes in all animals and works hard to find them 'forever homes'. the shelter is a no-kill shelter.

aunt pam's:
employees: florencia rivas

behrens, blumenthal, & vrieze: a midsize law firm in enderlin focusing on family, divorce and estate law.

the blue room: a male strip club located downtown. for women only most days, but men are invited the first tuesday and fridays of the month.

do or dye hair lounge: a high-end, environmentally friendly salon in downtown redwood.

grimaldi motors: established in downtown redwood by hugh grimaldi in 1980, grimaldi motors has been servicing and assisting the motor vehicles of redwood for over 30 years. in addition to its typical auto body work, oil changes, emissions testing, tire sales and most other motor vehicle needs, the shop also specializes in restoring and repairing classic cars and motorcycles.
employees: mila grimaldi, vinny batra, emery grimaldi, rafael grimaldi

mckay customs: founded in 2005 in a garage, but after a few sales and a lot of support, it grew into a warehouse facility in the downtown area. now the shop is much more: they offer classes from woodworking to blacksmithing for all skill levels, a store area for sales and project quotes, and space for makers to utilize community tools.

paws & relax: a boutique doggie day care and grooming salon, opened in 2011 and located in downtown redwood. every dog at paws & relax is a v.i.p. - a very important pooch! paws & relax offers a spacious, cage-free indoor park that is perfect for providing dogs the physical & mental stimulation they need. all dogs are separated into playgroups depending on size, temperament and disposition. paws & relax also offers top quality grooming, and will pamper your pup according to their comfort and individual needs.
employees: valerie tseng

the page muse: independent bookstore opened in 2014. stocks the best selections of new and used fiction, nonfiction, and children's books with a dedicated section to local authors. providing a venue for readers to connect with books and other readers. the store also provides a large variety of teas to purchase and enjoy while curled up with a good book in the small lounge area of tables and chairs.
employees: sophie freye, luna pappos

the quiet cove inn & spa: restored in 2007, the property existed on the coast in a dilapidated form for years prior to new ownership taking on extensive renovations. near the beach, the location boasts a comfortable space for a retreat as well as a modest spa, but its real draw for non-guests is its restaurant that serves guests from 6am-8pm, with reservations open to the public for lunch, dinner, and sunday brunch.
employees: lyn donovan

redwood aquarium:
employees: carrina mikkelsen

waves surf and skate shop: purchased by bali o'stan in 2013. they sell surf and skate equipment, boards, clothing, etc. they specialize in custom work from cutting and building boards to design and artwork, and even give lessons in both surfing and skating in one-on-one session and schools. located in glass cove on the boardwalk.
employees: bali o'stan

bars & restaurants
the say cheese and thank you sandwich shop: celebrating its first year downtown, the shop boasts gourmet takes on the classic grilled cheese sandwich in twenty different variations and a deli case of artisan meats and fresh salads. (the potato salad has been said to bring down the house at pta meetings and sunday barbecues) open daily and available for catering and large parties with advance notice.
employees: knox van arden

killshot: a barcade downtown est 2009. they serve craft beers, wine slushies, and a small selection of bar food, as well as signature video game inspired cocktails and shots. they mostly have arcade games, but there's also a party room in the back that they hold events in, including mario kart and other non-arcade game tournaments. they use tokens not quarters, with the idea that every $2 you spend gets you 12 tokens, or if customers really want to just do games with no food or drinks, it's the typical $1 = 4 tokens exchange. none of the games cost more than 2 tokens, so even 12 can last a decent amount of time if you pick your games right.

humboldt county veterinary hospital: located in downtown redwood.
employees: talula chenery

redwood general hospital:

redwood medical center:
employees: yasmina parsi

redwood urgent care: operates four convenient locations throughout redwood (downtown, enderlin, glass cove, and glenpark). offers treatment for a wide range of illnesses and injuries—from coughs and colds to broken bones and cuts. each redwood urgent care location is equipped with digital x-ray and in-house labs. most visits last less than an hour.

singh plastic surgery: a private practice established in 2015 in downtown redwood. specializes in breast reconstruction after cancer as well as breast, face and body contouring procedures. offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments, and emphasizes the importance of helping women and men reaching their maximum levels of confidence.
employees: alice singh, penelope adler

redwood community college: located in downtown redwood.

university of california, redwood (ucrw): a public university located in glass cove. it was founded in 1922 and is part of the university of california school system. ucrw is consistently ranked in the middle-top of the crowd of uc schools, just below ucla and berkeley. the university president frequently brags about its most recent ranking of #41 in national rankings, demonstrating a consistent improvement year over year in academics and student life. with a beachfront view, ucrw offers an idyllic academic environment, attracting students not only from california but nationally and internationally. with a growing student population, a "main street" has developed near the university, primarily servicing collegiate needs. the school mascot is the coyote.
employees: nick kapalo

redwood granite gym: opened in 2015, redwood granite is a 25,000 sq ft gym that encompases rock climbing, yoga, and fitness training all in one. membership includes guest passes, discount classes, and early bird sign ups for redwood granite's outdoor experiences, including weekend bootcamps and climbing trips. members are also free to use redwood granite's work stations and social hangouts, host charity events, and be part of the redwood granite family that simply encourages everyone to push their boundaries and seek the next summit.
employees: nate redding

arts & entertainment
delphine holmes opera house: located within the redwood performing arts complex in downtown redwood; the principal venue for the redwood ballet, a professional performing ballet company. the arts complex also houses a theatre company, touring Broadway productions, and a symphony orchestra.
employees: luna pappos

alamo drafthouse cinema - redwood: cold beer, hot movies, and delicious snacks and meals; the alamo drafthouse is dinner, drinks, movies and events, all under one roof. the downtown redwood location offers specialty themed food and cocktail menus for new releases and specialty screenings (such as period films served with tea and treats, quote-alongs, interactive participatory screenings and more).
employees: franki halpern