As of April 1st, Redmond residents will see either no change, or a small change, in their monthly garbage rates due to fluctuations in the annual Consumer Price Index, and a new state business and occupation tax. All garbage rates include curbside recycling and yard waste services.
For questions please call:
425-814-1695 or 1-800-592-9995.
- Turn off the lights when you leave a room
- Take shorter showers
- Turn off the water while brushing your teeth
- Carry a re-useable water bottle
- Take a reusable lunch bag to school
- Trade used books with your friends
- Recycle paper, plastic bottles and cans
- Ask your parents to help you plant an organic garden
- Draw a picture of YOU doing something that is helpful to the earth
- Have an Earth Day Party!
Braving the rain and wind, over fifty people gathered at City Hall on January 13 to attend the opening of two of the City of Redmond's four electric car charging stations. On hand for the festivities were Mayor John Marchione, US Representative Jay Inslee and a number of Redmond High School environmental students.
Watch the video to learn more about electric cars in the Northwest.
Help Stormwater Pollution
Cities and counties are required by the state and federal government to try to keep pollution from entering storm drainage systems. To meet this goal, Redmond must develop and maintain an Illicit Discharge Detection...
2011 Spring Garden Fair
Good for your Plants; Good for the Environment!
The 18th Annual Spring Garden Fair will be held Saturday, April 30, from 9 am to 3:30 pm at University of Washington/Cascadia Community College campus. This year’s event promises to bring both new and experienced gardeners more information and new techniques to help...
Get Your Hands Dirty at Redmond's Earth Day Event
Saturday, April 16
9 am to 12 pm
At Farrell-McWhirter Park
19545 Redmond Road
This is a great family event!
Bring your boots, as the area gets quite soggy and wet. Help urban fish and wildlife.
In partnership with Adopt-a-Stream, we'll plant native willow, ninebark, dogwood, Sitka spruce and cedars along Mackey Creek.