Police Chief Selected to Advise on State Task Force, Share Feedback on Projects, July 4th Fireworks, and Resumed Parking Enforcement

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Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Stay Informed on COVID-19

Visit redmond.gov/COVID-19 for helpful resources, updates, recommendations and status of City services. Redmond and King County are in Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan. As of 6/26/20, a statewide order requires individuals to wear a face covering in public spaces.

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Police Chief Selected to Advise on State Task Force

Redmond’s Police Chief Darrell Lowe was recently invited by Governor Jay Inslee to serve on a Washington State task force which will provide recommendations for legislation to address issues of policing and racial justice. 

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Learn About Projects and Share Your Thoughts

Join our online conversation and take these questionnaires to help inform City decision-making.

  • Participate In New Housing Questionnaire
    Redmond is developing a Housing Action Plan to assess current and future housing needs for all members of our community. Please fill out a housing questionnaire by July 17 to help Council identify actions and strategies for our city's first Housing Action Plan.
    Take Housing Questionnaire

  • Contribute to Redmond’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan
    As Redmond continues to reopen from the impacts of COVID-19, help us learn what is important to you, issues that you face, and ideas you have for the City’s timely recovery by completing the Moving Forward Together questionnaire by July 17.
    Take Questionnaire and Post Ideas

  • Help Shape Redmond's Environmental Sustainability Action Plan
    Redmond is launching an Online Open House Wednesday, July 1, for the City’s first ever Environmental Sustainability Action Plan. Get to know the plan, share your feedback on a variety of topics and help shape the future of Redmond's sustainability efforts!
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City Urges July 4 Fireworks Safety

Redmond Fire and Police Departments reminds residents that it is unlawful to sell, possess, use, or explode fireworks within Redmond city limits. We wish you a safe and healthy Fourth of July celebration.

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Parking Enforcement Resumes in Downtown

Beginning July 1, the City will resume monitoring and enforcement of on-street time limited parking in the Downtown neighborhood, as well as in the public parking lot at the corner of Bear Creek Parkway and NE Leary Way.

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