Wearing Cloth Face Masks, Complete the Census, Beware of Stimulus Scams, Stay-at-home Fun, and more

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Wear a Cloth Face Mask in Public

The Washington State Department of Health and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now recommends that people should wear cloth face coverings when they are in a public setting where it is difficult to keep six feet away from others such as grocery stores and pharmacies. The CDC has created DIY cloth face covering instructions.

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Please Complete the Census - Everyone Counts!

Each Redmond household should complete a census form now and include everyone who was living in your home on April 1 - all ages, races, and all citizens and non-citizens, regardless of immigration status. The Census is safe, easy and confidential, and provides federal funding to our community for schools, healthcare and public services.

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Scam Warning

Be Aware of Stimulus Check Scams

The government will not call, text or email you to verify your information, and you will not have to pay a processing fee for stimulus checks. Do not click on links in texts or emails about stimulus checks or other COVID-19 related information.

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Stay Home – Stay Healthy – Stay Happy

While we are all staying home as much as possible to protect public health, we can keep ourselves healthy and have a little fun with the help of City of Redmond Parks and Recreation and Police Departments. Visit these City links for ideas.

Parks & Rec Fun      Public Safety Activities

You Can Help

Help Your Community

The coronavirus has brought many challenges to our community, but you can help.

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Share Your Thoughts on Downtown Parking

The City of Redmond completed a study that looks at how Downtown parking is being used and managed. Take a look at the results of the study and provide your feedback through a questionnaire for any potential changes in how we manage our Downtown parking resources.

Take the questionnaire

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