Tell Us About Your Parks & Trails Experiences!, Redmond Art Season Grant, What's Your New Year's Resolution?, Get your Business Involved in 2021 Redmond Lights, Holiday Wreath Making with Goats, Update to New Dock at Idylwood Park

Parks and Recreation
UW Parks Survey

Tell Us About Your Parks & Trails Experiences!

The University of Washington has teamed up with Redmond Parks and Recreation on a research project to learn about your experience with parks and trails during COVID-19.

Please provide your anonymous feedback with this short survey. The data collected will also inform the upcoming Redmond Parks, Art, Recreation, Culture, and Conservation Plan update.


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Redmond art season grant

Redmond Art Season Grant

The 2022 Redmond Art Season Grant is now open! This grant goes toward project-based support of individual artists and small to mid-sized arts groups working in the fields of dance, music, film, theatre, visual arts, literary arts, and festivals.

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Redmond lights new years project

What's Your New Year's Resolution?

Local artist Sara Wilkes is collecting New Year's wishes to be incorporated into a public art piece for display at Redmond Lights 2021. Add in your wishes for the new year and be a part of this unique art piece!

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Redmond Lights Business Involvement

Get Your Business Involved in 2021 Redmond Lights

Calling all Redmond businesses! Redmond Lights is looking for businesses to participate in the Window Decorating Contest, sponsored by EvergreenHealth. Redmond businesses can also apply to be an Official Blinker Stop to help distribute the annual blinker lights!

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Wreath making with goats

Holiday Wreath Making with the Goats

Not the average wreath making activity! We hit the trails with the goat herd to find greenery, embellishments, and inspiration for our holiday wreaths. Then we'll head back to the big red barn to bring our ideas to life!

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Update to New Dock at Idylwood Park

Idylwood Park will be closed to the public for approximately two weeks in mid-November as work begins to install a new aluminum dock. Improvements include a non-slip surface, ADA compliant handrails for fishing activities, and a new swim ladder. The new dock replaces the original structure built in the 1970’s.

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