Help Plan for Redmond's Future, Budget Public Hearing on Oct 20, Senior Center Meeting, plus more

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Stay Informed on COVID-19

Visit for helpful resources, updates, recommendations, and status of City services. King County remains in Phase 2 of the Governor's Safe Start Re-opening Plan.

Virtual Lobby

Community Invited to Plan For Redmond’s Future

Those who live and work in Redmond are invited to participate in the Redmond 2050 project and help update policies for housing, transportation, city services, natural resources, future growth, and much more. Your input will help build a city that reflects your vision for Redmond over the next 30 years.

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Public Hearing for the City’s Draft Budget on October 20

Join us for the second of three public hearings on the budget, October 20. The City of Redmond’s preliminary 2021 – 2022 biennial budget is published at Review the draft budget and send your comments or questions to There is a third public hearing on November 2.

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Redmond Community Centers

Deciding on the Future of Redmond Community Centers

The Redmond Senior Center closed in September 2019, and City Council is requested to make a decision on the future of the building this Thursday, October 22. Redmond community centers are places to build friendships, gather and celebrate, improve health, and learn new skills. Tune in on October 22 at, on City of Redmond’s Facebook page livestream, Comcast Channel 21, Frontier Channel 34, or listen at 510-335-7371. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. with budget deliberations first, followed by the Redmond Senior & Community Center scheduled to begin around 9:00 p.m.

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Cars running through crosswalk with pedestrians

Drive with Care. Walk Aware.

Look out for each other in the darker months. When walking, try to wear light and reflective clothing and when driving, look twice for people biking or walking before turning.

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Leaves collecting at drain during rain storm

Thank You for Your Help Preventing Floods

The rainy months are just getting started, but so far Redmond residents and city public works staff are doing a great job keeping storm drains clear. Despite over four inches of rain falling over a few days, no localized flooding was reported in Redmond. Help avoid localized flooding by clearing storm drains of leaves and debris.

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