Snow Much Fun!, Take Part in Creating the New Redmond Senior and Community Center, and more

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Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Stay Informed on COVID-19

  • The City facilities closure is tentatively extended through June 30, 2021. Essential services will continue to be provided and staff that can work remotely, will do so. Visit for helpful resources, updates, recommendations, and status of City services.
  • The Puget Sound Region, including Redmond, continues in  Phase 2 of Governor Inslee’s COVID-19 phased recovery plan. Learn what Phase 2 means for you at “Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery.”
  • The State continues in Phase 1B-tier 1 of vaccine distribution. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccine availability and schedules at the State Department of Health website.

Snow Much Fun!

Many Redmond residents, employees, and pets had some fun during the recent snowstorm. Thank you for tagging @CityofRedmond and sharing your photos with us.
Note: Photos submitted may be used in future City of Redmond communications.

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Take Part in Creating the New Redmond Senior and Community Center

Join a virtual meeting this Wednesday at 1 p.m. for seniors, or 6:30 p.m. for all ages, to provide input on the new Redmond Senior and Community Center. Residents are also encouraged to give feedback through a brief questionnaire about this exciting project. Let your voice be heard!

RSVP or take questionnaire


Help Test Early Earthquake Warning System

On Thursday, February 25 at 11 a.m., the Washington Emergency Management Division and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) will jointly test an Earthquake Early Warning system. The public is invited to participate in this trial demonstration by opting in to receive a test alert message on their wireless devices.

Sign up and more info

Data breach

Do You Have Questions About the AFTS Data Breach?

The City of Redmond reported information of a data breach related to Automatic Funds Transfer Services, Inc. (AFTS), a vendor who prints and mails the City’s residential and commercial utility billing statements. If you have questions about the possible impact on personal information, please read the FAQ page for more information.

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KC Metro

Let King County Metro Know What You Need

As part of its recovery program, King County Metro is making plans to gradually restore suspended service where it’s needed the most. Complete a short multi-language survey through March 8 to help Metro plan routes for 2021.

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