Enjoy the Great Outdoors, Celebrate Pride Month, Parking Limit on Redmond Streets, and more

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City News

Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Stay Informed on COVID-19

As of June 3, 63% of Washington State residents age 16 and older have initiated a COVID-19 vaccine. The state will fully reopen on June 30 or earlier if we reach 70% vaccination rate.  

Washington State Dept of Health

King County Department of Health

City of Redmond COVID-19 Resources

June Redmond Connections

Enjoy the Great Outdoors

We have so many wonderful ways to enjoy the outdoors in our beautiful parks, on our trails, and along our waterways. In this month’s video in the Redmond Connections series, the Mayor asks two community members what they like most to do outside and invites you to share your favorite outdoor activities in Redmond using #RedmondConnections.

Watch the June Redmond Connections video

Read the video transcript

Pride Month

Celebrate Pride Month

On June 1, Mayor Birney, City Council members, and the City’s interdepartmental Welcoming Committee celebrated the start of Pride Month by raising the Pride flag at City Hall. In the City Council meeting that evening, the Mayor read the proclamation declaring June 2021 as Pride Month in Redmond.

Read the Pride Month 2021 proclamation

Parking in Redmond

Parking Limit on Redmond Streets

Did you know there is a 24-hour parking limit for all city streets in Redmond? Unless specific parking times are already noted, such as in Downtown Redmond, the 24-hour parking regulation applies to all city streets, including those in residential areas.

Learn more about parking codes

Park splash pads

Have a Splash This Summer

The splash pads at Downtown Park and Grasslawn Park are now open! Get ready to cool down and have some fun this summer, and please remember to practice physical distancing and stay home if you’re sick.

Discover all the amenities at Redmond parks


Please Don’t Feed the Ducks

Feeding wild ducks may seem helpful, but it can be harmful to the animals and their habitat. Providing an unnatural food supply such as bread and even birdseed can make the animals sick, create overcrowding of habitats, and increase aggression towards other birds and humans as they compete for access to the food. 

Learn more about wildlife

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