City Facilities Reopen, Should Redmond Invest in Police Cameras?, Participate in the Redmond Senior & Community Center Project, and more

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Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Washington State reopened on June 30

Washington Ready PDF

City of Redmond COVID-19 and reopening resources

Mayor's reopening video

City Facilities Reopen

The City of Redmond reopened most facilities on July 1, including City Hall and the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village. Initially, facilities will be available to the community weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. In addition, City Council meetings will resume in person on July 6 as well as continue online.

Watch the Mayor’s city reopening video message

Read the Mayor's video transcript

Police body cameras

Should Redmond Invest in Police Cameras?

Police Chief Lowe will meet with Redmond City Council on July 13 to continue the discussion regarding equipping Redmond officers with both body-worn and in-car cameras. Please log into to share your thoughts on this potential program. This new poll will require respondents to sign in for security and the process will take about 1-2 minutes to complete.

Take the police camera poll

Redmond Senior and Community Center project

Participate in the Redmond Senior & Community Center Project

At tonight’s City Council meeting, staff will update and take questions from Council on the Redmond Senior & Community Center’s proposed design and cost estimates. On July 20, Council will vote to give direction on the future of the project. Your voice matters!

  • Attend the upcoming meetings tonight and July 20 at 7 p.m. Watch on RCTV Comcast 21 & Ziply 34 or Facebook Live
  • Share your support and feedback for the project at

Learn more about this project 

Sound Transit survey

Share Your Perspective with Sound Transit

Sound Transit is working with the City to plan for development at the Overlake Village Station. This property could support hundreds of housing units with convenient access to the new light rail. Share your thoughts on this topic by completing a brief survey.

Take Sound Transit survey 

Watemobile coming to Redmond

The Wastemobile is Coming to Redmond

The King County Wastemobile will be in Redmond July 16-17, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Home Depot parking lot at 17777 NE 76th Street. The Wastemobile provides safe, convenient disposal of household hazardous waste, such as unused pesticides. Find the list of accepted items here.

Learn more about the Wastemobile

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