Newly Elected City Councilmembers Sworn In, Have a Green Holiday, Experience Redmond this Holiday Season, and more

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New Councilmembers

Newly Elected City Councilmembers Sworn In 

In a ceremony during last week’s Redmond City Council meeting, newly elected Redmond resident Melissa Stuart (Council Position No. 4), along with re-elected residents Steve Fields (Council Position No. 2) and Jeralee Anderson (Council Position No. 6), were officially sworn in. Their terms are effective January 2022 through December 2025.

Read the press release

Green Holiday

Have a Green Holiday

As we prepare for the holidays, let’s keep the environment on our gift list and look for opportunities to make our celebrations a little greener. It is estimated that Americans generate 25% more waste this time of year. By switching to more sustainable products, such as reusable gift bags instead of wrapping paper, we can help reduce waste and save money.

Discover more tips for a green holiday 

Redmond Lights 2021

Experience Redmond this Holiday Season

Be sure to visit this year’s Redmond Lights now through Jan. 5. During your experience, stop by the many shops or have a bite to eat for happy hour or dinner at the local restaurants Redmond offers!

Learn more about Redmond Lights

Climate Action Challenge

Take the Climate Action Challenge

Join over 100 Redmond families already taking action to lessen their impact on the environment through the Redmond Climate Action Challenge. Sign up online and the interactive website will track your progress as you make simple changes in your daily routine to reduce your carbon footprint. 

 Learn more and sign up for the Climate Action Challenge

Juvenile Salmon

Protect Young Salmon

Researchers have found that juvenile salmon in Lake Sammamish are attracted to artificial nighttime light. This leaves them vulnerable to predator fish and birds. If you live on or near the lake, learn how you can help young salmon thrive by reducing excess light from your property.

 Learn about artificial light and salmon

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