The Redmond Citizen Academy
Have you ever considered how Redmond evolved to be the vibrant city of today? Or, how it may continue to change over time? What does it take to successfully manage a City of over 53,000 residents? And, where does my drinking water originate and then flow to when it leaves my home?
Neighborhood Network Join City staff and officials for a discussion about your neighborhood. Neighborhoods that have a recently updated neighborhood plan will meet to consider:
- How is the neighborhood plan working?
- What projects should be promoted during 2011
- Which neighborhood goals should be addressed?
Each meeting includes an opportunity to meet and share your questions with Redmond’s Mayor, Councilmembers and members...
SE Redmond and Sammamish Valley Neighborhoods
Please join us for an update to the SE Redmond or the Sammamish Valley neighborhood plans. The City is preparing for the regular updates to policies and regulations that comprise the neighborhoods plans and help guide changes during...
Neighborhood Matching Fund
Spring has Sprung
We’re through the snows of winter and now is a great time to plan for neighborhood improvements! The Neighborhood Matching Fund can be a source of funds to assist with improvements to your local community. As a “matching fund”, the City will match dollar for dollar, the contributions of neighborhood groups for a specific physical improvement. Examples of improvement projects could include...
Improvements Around Town… Several neighborhoods in the City are in the process of, or have recently completed improvement projects funded by the Neighborhood Matching Fund program. Take a look and see what’s going on in a neighborhood near you!
In six weekly classes you will develop
a knowledge and foundation to:
- Consider long term policy
updates to neighborhood plans
- Prepare for Civic Leadership
Learn about various disciplines of
Redmond's government such as:
- Policies and Guidelines
- Programs and Opportunities
- Technology and Science
Update to Redmond's
Update to Redmond's Comprehensive Plan We're making plans for the next 20 years…! As described in the Fall 2010 FOCUS, the City of Redmond has initiated a Comprehensive Plan review and update in response to Redmond policies and state Growth Management Act requirements. This periodic update to the Comprehensive Plan will enable Redmond to thrive according to the community's vision through 2030. In addition, the City's Transportation Master Plan is being updated and both will be complete by December, 2011.