Message From Redmond Police Chief Lowe, City Budget, Support Redmond Businesses, plus more

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Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Stay Informed on COVID-19

Visit for helpful resources, and the latest updates, recommendations and status of City services. Redmond and King County are currently in "modified Phase 1".

Police FAQs

Message From Redmond Police Chief Lowe

The City has received many important questions about our Police Department’s policies on training, procedures and practices. Redmond Police Chief Darrell Lowe has posted the questions and answers in a FAQ for the community, along with a message about his vision and expectations of Redmond police.

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City Budget

Share Your Thoughts on the City Budget

The City will host the first of three public hearings to gather community input on the 2021-22 biennial budget on June 16 at 7:30 p.m. during the regular virtual business meeting of the City Council. Public comments related to the budget hearing can be submitted by email to

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Let’s All Support Redmond Businesses

Look for temporary 5-minute curbside pick-up street parking spots in Downtown to make it easy for you to access your favorite Redmond businesses. Remember to visit the What’s Open Eastside business directory for information on business operation status.

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Participate in #RedmondReads

Today, the Redmond library kicks off the first week of their summer reading series. This program will promote specific chapters every couple of weeks from the book The Lines that Make Us: Stories from Nathan’s Bus for the community to read together and inspire conversation.

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Fireworks Are Illegal in the City of Redmond

As the 4th of July approaches, please remember that it is unlawful to sell, possess, use, or explode fireworks within Redmond City limits.

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