City of Redmond Landmarks
Did you know that 16 properties within the City are designated as City Landmarks? The City Council established the Redmond Heritage Resource Register in the early 2000s as a way to highlight and protect these special places that represent Redmond’s past. Learn more about each of the 16 properties below. Learn more about the City’s Historic Preservation program on the City’s website.
The City is currently working on a project with King County Historic Preservation that will offer increased benefits to owners of these historic properties. In order to offer additional benefits to these property owners, the King County Landmarks Commission will designate each of the properties as either a City or Community Landmark at four public hearings scheduled in Redmond over the coming months.
For more information about this project or the public hearing schedule, please contact Jayme Jonas, Senior Planner, at 425-556-2496 or email@example.com or see the related article.
All photos courtesy of the Redmond Historical Society
Receive the monthly newsletter! Call the Society office at:
425-885-2919 or email us to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Books, note cards, free historic walking tour brochures, and the book, “Redmond Reflections”, are available in our office, which is open on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:30am to 4:30pm and by appointment.
Visit our website: www.redmondhistoricalsociety.org
RHS Office Hours:
Mon, Wed & Thu
9:30am - 4:30pm Or by appointment www.redmondhistoricalsociety.org.
RHS Receives 4Culture Grant
This year the Redmond Historical Society received a grant from the King County Heritage 4Culture program to buy new software to manage its growing collection of artifacts and documents. RHS is using the software, PastPerfect, to catalog its many holdings, and will soon be able to quickly locate any picture or record. Thanks to 4Culture, the Redmond Historical Society can now serve its users faster and better