The Redmond Pool at Hartman Park continues to undergo repairs; however, the building is close to meeting the City of Redmond’s building safety standards.
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As of the end of August, the City of Redmond has completed the following repairs:
- Heating and air-conditioning systems are overhauled and cleaned
- Leaking pipes and valves are replaced
- Deck drains are clear
- Electrical wiring and plumbing fixtures are replaced
- Sewer connection is replaced
- Roof is repaired
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements are complete
Pet Licensing Required
Regional Animal Services of King County provides animal control, animal shelter and pet licensing services to Redmond, along with many neighboring cities and unincorporated King County.
However, the City of Redmond now sells pet licenses at City Hall as a service to our residents.
Besides being the law, a King County pet license includes many benefits including...
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Have you ever experienced a sanitary sewer back-up or overflow? Luckily, most overflows are prevented because the City’s Wastewater Division is engaged in a preventative maintenance program.
However, this type of program is costly to operate and requires the use of one of our most precious resources - water. The City of Redmond is currently recruiting customer partners to help prevent back-ups and overflows by using the sanitary sewer system wisely.
Sanitary sewer systems are designed to handle three things: used water, human body waste and toilet paper.
Tell us your thoughts!
The second phase of the Redmond Code Rewrite is well underway and the Code Rewrite Commission seeks your input! This project began in 2009 as an effort to rewrite the City’s zoning code (Redmond Community Development Guide) and will continue through adoption of a new code in spring 2011. The Code Rewrite Commission reviews each new section of code at weekly public meetings on Monday nights at 6pm in the Council Chambers.
The Commission’s anticipated review schedule including topics, timing and appropriate staff contacts is listed below. If you have comments or suggestions related to any of these topics, please contact the staff person listed.
Crosswalk Upgrade Project
Redmond Downtown Crosswalk Upgrade Project
Funded by a $170,000 grant from the Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program, the Redmond downtown crosswalk upgrade will convert the crossings at 19 signalized intersections from simple parallel lines to the safer ladder-style markings. In many cities, use of the ladder-style crosswalk is often reserved for more high-risk areas or on school walk routes.