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Redwood City is a city on the San Francisco Peninsula in Northern California’s Bay Area, approximately 27 miles (43 km) south of San Francisco, and 24 miles (39 km) northwest of San Jose. Redwood City’s history spans its earliest inhabitation by the Ohlone people to being a port for lumber and other goods. The county seat of San Mateo County in the heart of Silicon Valley, Redwood City is home to several global technology companies including Oracle, Electronic Arts, Evernote, Box, and Informatica. The city’s population was 84,292 according to the 2020 census. The Port of Redwood City is the only deepwater port on San Francisco Bay south of San Francisco.
The earliest known inhabitants of the area which was to become Redwood City were the Ohlone who were present when the Spanish claimed the land and established missions.
Redwood City incorporated in 1867, being the first city in San Mateo County to do so; it has remained the county seat since the county’s formation in 1856. The land had been part of the Rancho de las Pulgas granted to the Argüello family in 1835 by the Mexican government. Their control was challenged after the Mexican-American War when California became part of the United States. The family lawyer, Simon M. Mezes, in 1854 defended the claim somewhat successfully and was allowed to buy the part of the estate that is now Redwood City. Mezes sold some of the land to people already squatting on it along the banks of Redwood Creek and named the settlement “Mezesville.” Though the city did not keep that name, Mezes Park still exists on land that Mezes had given for open space.1851 map of a planned railroad between San Francisco and San Jose. Note Mezesville, an earlier name for Redwood City, about midway.
In 1907, Eikichi and Sadakusi Enomoto, Japanese immigrant brothers, grew what may perhaps have been the first commercially grown chrysanthemums in the United States in Redwood City. In 1926, the chamber of commerce proclaimed the city the “Chrysanthemum Center of the World” though the internment of Japanese Americans in 1941 and other factors would contribute to the end of flower growing as a major industry in the city.Learn more about Redwood City.