Discover What THRIVE Means to Redmond, Vaccination Verification in King County, and more

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Thrive Program

Discover What THRIVE Means to Redmond  

Getting creative to provide safety, stability, opportunity, and hope for anyone in need or crisis is the cornerstone of Redmond's THRIVE program. View a presentation on THRIVE at the city council study session on Tuesday, October 26 at 7 p.m. to hear about seven city programs working to support our community.  

Watch on RCTV Comcast 21 & Ziply 34 or streaming at redmond.gov/rctvlive or Facebook live.  

Vaccine requirements

Vaccination Verification in King County 

Effective today, people ages 12 and older will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test result to enter certain indoor and outdoor events and establishments in King County, such as indoor restaurants, entertainment venues, and outdoor events with 500 or more attendees. 

Pink Patch Program

Go Pink with Police for Breast Cancer Awareness Month  

The Redmond Police Department joins law enforcement agencies across the nation for the Pink Patch Project, a campaign that promotes public awareness in the fight against Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pink RPD patches are for sale to the public either online or at the Public Safety Building.  

Overlake questionnaire

Share Your Input on Overlake Policies  

We're preparing for growth and how to achieve the community's vision for the future of Overlake. Over the past year, we've heard community goals such as:  

  • Enable a future that is equitable, inclusive, sustainable, and resilient  
  • Maximize opportunities near light-rail stations  
  • Simplify land use and zoning categories  

Please take a moment to provide your feedback for the future of the Overlake area. 

Take the questionnaire and share your preferences 

Green Halloween

Have a Safe and Green Halloween  

While orange is still the color of choice on Halloween, you can also make the celebration green with tips like carving a zero-waste pumpkin and discovering how to upcycle last year’s costume. Please remember to follow current COVID safety protocols when gathering in groups indoors and outdoors.   

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