Read the Latest Focus Newsletter, Remember to Turn Back Your Clocks, Attend an Eastside Virtual Job Fair, and more

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Your weekly update from the City of Redmond.

Fall 2022 Focus

Read the Latest Focus Newsletter

The digital version of the fall/winter Focus newsletter is available online. This edition highlights shaping Redmond’s future together and includes a variety of stories, such as winter activities, Redmond Lights, preparing for winter weather, sustainability in the City, and Redmond’s property tax levy for a comprehensive public safety program. The digital version can be translated into more than 100 languages using the website’s Google Translate tool. 

Read the Focus newsletter online

Set Your Clocks Back

Remember to Turn Back Your Clocks

Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday, Nov. 6. Along with turning the clocks back for that extra hour of sleep, remember to check and replace the batteries in your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors.

Eastside Virtual Job Fair

Attend an Eastside Virtual Job Fair

Find your next job at an upcoming Eastside virtual job fair, which will be held from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10. Eastside partners will bring together a variety of businesses, including government agencies, local nonprofits, and other employers currently hiring for hundreds of positions ranging from entry-level to management roles. Register to join online and have one-on-one conversations with Eastside recruiters. Space is limited and registration is required.

Learn more and register

Volunteer at Redmond Community Court

Volunteer to Help at Community Court

Community courts respond to crime through a combined strategy of holding individuals accountable and offering to help participants with a range of social needs. Volunteers are needed to greet participants, help with navigation, room set-up, take notes, and more. To volunteer, contact King County Community Court Coordinator Andrew Lorenzen at or 206-471-0275.

Redmond Community Court has successfully graduated 84% of participants since its 2018 opening.

Learn more about Community Court

Pet Licensing

Help People and Pets

Did you know that the Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) team offers a variety of ways to help people and pets, and licensing plays an important role in funding these efforts? Animal control officers respond to requests for service in the community daily, returning lost pets, and are available 24/7 for animal control emergencies. RASKC’s shelter staff provide pet care 365 days a year, adopting thousands of pets and providing life-saving veterinary care.

Learn more about licensing your pet

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