Council Approves Senior & Community Center, A Message from Police Chief Lowe, Community Meeting Regarding Health Through Housing Facility, and more

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Council Approves Senior & Community Center

Last week, City Council voted 6-0 to fund the design and construction of a new 51,290 square foot Redmond Senior & Community Center. Thank you to the many stakeholders and community members who gave input on and advocated for this project, estimated to open in late 2023.

Learn more about the facility

Message from Chief Lowe

A Message from Police Chief Lowe

The Washington State Legislature recently passed several bills that impact law enforcement procedures, tactics, and operations across the state. Read a message from Chief Lowe that explains the new bills and how they will affect Redmond.

Read message from Chief Lowe

Health through housing meeting

Community Meeting Regarding Health Through Housing Facility

King County and the City will jointly host a virtual community meeting on Monday, August 2, from 5 – 6:30 p.m. Presenters will share information and answer your questions about the county’s purchase of the Silver Cloud Inn for the Health Through Housing initiative which provides supportive housing for people experiencing chronic or long-term homelessness. Participants can submit questions and request translation services prior to the meeting via email to

Access the meeting here on 8/2 at 5 p.m.

Redmond Zoning Code Rewrite

Attend Open House for Redmond Zoning Code Rewrite

The City is proposing enhancements to its Zoning Code. The community is invited to learn more and comment on August 4 from 1:30 – 3 p.m. The meeting will review foundational enhancements for streamlining, providing greater clarity and transparency, and strategic revisions for alignment with the Comprehensive Plan.

Learn more about the Redmond Zoning Code Rewrite 

Mail-in ballots

Primary Election Ballots Have Arrived

Washington State mail-in ballots were mailed out last week for the August 3 primary election. Return your ballot to one of Redmond’s two ballot drop boxes open 24 hours a day, now through 8 p.m. on August 3.

  • Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village: 6505 176th Avenue NE
  • Redmond City Hall: 15670 NE 85th Street

Voting is safe, secure, and accessible for eligible voters. Visit the state voting portal to register, check your registration, track your ballot, or learn more about voting. 

Learn more about King County elections

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