Well 175R gives you a current of 28mA so that should be OK, however you do need a diode across it or you will damage the output pin with revers voltage.
Are you thinking that the inrush current may be damaging to the Arduino
Inrush current concerns only really applies to capacitors and motors. A relay is an inductor and when you first apply apply a voltage to it there is a delay as the current increases. That is the inrush current starts off at zero and ramps up to the full value given by the resistance of the coil.
You might think a motor is an inductor but in that case the inrush current ramps up to the stall current, before the motor starts turning. Once going a DC motors take less current due to the constant change in direction of current in the rotor.