Community Provides Input on Redmond Senior and Community Center, Love Food : Stop Waste Challenge Week, and more

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Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Stay Informed on COVID-19

  • Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Visit Washington State's Department of Health Vaccine Resource Hub for detailed information and answers to frequently asked questions. 
  • Our region continues in Phase 2 of Governor Inslee’s COVID-19 phased recovery plan. Learn more at “Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery.” 
  • The City facilities closure is tentatively extended through June 30, 2021. Essential services continue without interruption, and the majority of staff are working remotely to maintain daily operations and programs.

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Community Provides Input on Redmond Senior and Community Center

Approximately 120 people participated in two community meetings last week and over 300 respondents have provided their thoughts through the online questionnaire in regard to the Redmond Senior and Community Center. If you haven’t shared your ideas, please respond to the questionnaire by March 10 and attend the next community meeting on March 24 at 1 p.m. for seniors and 6:30 p.m. for all ages.

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Love food, stop waste

Sign Up for the Love Food : Stop Waste Challenge Week 

40% of all food wasted in the US comes from our homes. Join the Love Food : Stop Waste Challenge and learn how to reduce food waste in your kitchen. Participants will receive a $25 grocery gift card (while supplies last). 

Learn more and sign up

Sound Transit

Subscribe to Sound Transit Light Rail Updates

Sound Transit is bringing light rail to Downtown Redmond in 2024, and initial construction has begun. For the latest news about this exciting light rail extension project, visit the project webpage and sign up for Sound Transit’s project email newsletter.

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Join a Free Online Gardening Class

Regional experts are ready to teach you how to create beautiful, water-efficient gardens – for free! Classes are scheduled for March and April and are presented by our partners at the Cascade Water Alliance. 

Learn more and register 

Clean water

View City’s Plan to Support the Clean Water Act 

The City is seeking community input on our draft 2021 Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) plan. The plan discusses the City’s stormwater management activities and priorities to meet the Clean Water Act permit obligations as part of the City’s environmental sustainability vision. 

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