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 the next twenty years.
The plan update process typically addresses all aspects of living, working, traveling and recreating within and in the vicinity of the neighborhood. Interested citizens participate in a variety of ways such as serving as members of a Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) – a group that helps establish concepts on behalf of the neighborhood for consideration during the plan update. Interested citizens can also participate through neighborhood focus groups and open houses, a neighborhood website and Facebook and questionnaires. Meeting and event notices are regularly posted on the website and Facebook as well as on RCTV (Channel 21 and 34), Redmond’s Focus magazine and in local news publications.
CAC members must attend a majority of the Redmond Citizen Academy (link to article) to help build a foundation upon which the long-term neighborhood concepts are developed. CAC’s meet frequently over approximately one year and often participate as Redmond’s City officials review the resulting plan update. In the past, some CAC members have also pursued additional civic leadership roles with Redmond’s boards and commissions, capitalizing on their familiarity with the City’s Comprehensive Plan (policies) and Zoning Code (regulations).
SE Redmond The SE Redmond neighborhood plan was first established in 1995 and last amended in 2009 (ord. 2447)
The Sammamish Valley neighborhood plan was updated in 1996 and last amended in 2009 (ord. 2447)
If you have an interest in your neighborhood, wish to participate as a member of the CAC or want to learn more about the plan update process, contact Kimberly Dietz,
425-556-2415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.