Take the Climate Action Challenge, Free Sandbags Available at Marymoor Park, Give Feedback on Parks and Recreation Programs, and more

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Redmond Climate Action Challenge

Take the Climate Action Challenge 

Redmond’s Climate Action Challenge makes it easy and fun to watch your carbon footprint decrease as you make simple changes at home. Sign up to take the challenge and select the actions specific to your daily routines. The interactive challenge website will track your progress to show how you are reducing your environmental impact. 

Learn more and sign up

Parks & Recreation Feedback

Give Feedback on Parks and Recreation Programs 

The City of Redmond invites the community to attend one of three virtual workshops to provide input on the benefit of Redmond’s Parks and Recreation programs and services. The virtual workshops will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 30, and involve small-group discussions led by a facilitator. 

Learn more and register

RSCC Updated Visuals

View New Senior & Community Center Visuals

See how the new Redmond Senior & Community Center will look both inside and outside on the project's refreshed website. New renderings highlight many of the amenities and features envisioned by the community through a widespread public engagement process. The City Council reaffirmed its support for the project by approving the $44 million project budget on Nov. 1.

View the updated project website

Free sandbags

Free Sandbags Available at Marymoor Park 

The stormy season is here and heavy rains may lead to localized flooding. King County provides sandbag materials to the public free of charge from 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. every Monday – Friday at Marymoor Park. The program is held in parking lot G and is self-service. Empty sandbags and sand are provided and are limited to 25 sandbags per vehicle. 

Learn more about sandbag distribution

Idylwood Dock

Update to New Dock at Idylwood Park 

The Idylwood Park dock will close to the public this week and is anticipated to reopen in early December 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 1970s. 

Learn more about Idylwood Park

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