Stay Cool and Safe in the Summer Heat, Public Art Intensive Q&A, Summer Fitness Classes, and more!

Parks and Recreation

Stay Cool and Safe in the Summer Heat

Temperatures are on the rise this summer, and park splash pads and the beach at Idylwood Park are here to help Redmond cool off. Discover all the ways to stay cool in Redmond this summer while staying up to date on the latest weather updates and heat safety information. 

Learn more about ways to cool off

Public Art

Public Art Intensive Q&A

Learn more about the series of workshops designed to help launch your career in public art and the application process in this informal Q&A session.

Join the Q&A Session

Fitness Class

Summer Fitness Classes

Get moving this summer through a variety of outdoor and indoor fitness classes. Choose from Zumba, Bollywood, Yoga, Pilates, and more.

Explore fitness classes

Climate leaders

Become a Climate Leader

Join the Redmond Climate Challenge Team Leader Program and help others on their sustainability journey while making an impact on our environment.

Learn more and register

Park Bench

Community Park Donations

Show your appreciation for Redmond Parks by donating park benches, picnic tables, or planting a tree. Specifications for park donations are outlined in the application. 

Learn about park donations

Help Plan the Future of Redmond

The City recently released the Redmond 2050 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), which collects public feedback and evaluates three growth alternatives to accommodate required growth. Provide your feedback about where Redmond should grow through 2050 at a public hearing at 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 28, at Redmond City Hall.

Learn more about the project