A Video from the Mayor, City Facilities Closed Through 2020, COVID-19 Cases on the Rise, Park Safety...

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A Message

from the Mayor

Mayor Angela Birney

A Video Message from Mayor Birney

Watch a COVID-19 update message from Mayor Angela Birney. Script also available.

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City Facilities Will Remain Closed Through 2020

Due to the ongoing uncertainty and Governor Inslee’s indefinite pause of the state’s phased approach to reopening, the recent increase in COVID-19 cases, and the need to continue to keep our staff and community safe, City facilities will remain closed through the end of 2020. Redmond Police, Fire and other critical City services are fully operational. City staff are teleworking while facilities are closed.

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COVID-19 Cases Continue to Rise

Our region, including the City of Redmond, is once again seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases. View the daily COVID-19 outbreak summary data on the Public Health – Seattle & King County website.

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Crowded Parks Lead to Closed Parks

Help us keep our parks and trails open by avoiding crowds and gatherings, practicing physical distancing, and wearing a mask when 6’ cannot be maintained. View our Play Safe, Stay Safe reopening plan with updates on the status of park amenities, recreation services, and facilities.

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Stay Informed on COVID-19 and Do Your Part

Find updates from the City of Redmond at redmond.gov/COVID-19, King County at kingcounty.gov/covid, and State of Washington at Coronavirus.wa.gov. Redmond and King County remain in Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan. 

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