Environmental Sustainability Plan Online Open House

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We’re excited to announce that the draft Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House is officially live! This is your chance to get involved and tell us what you think! Your input has been critical in shaping the draft plan and your feedback will continue to unite and guide efforts to build a more sustainable future for the entire Redmond community.

The Online Open House brings the draft plan to you via an online platform so you can provide feedback directly to the project team. The Online Open House will be available July 1 – July 19 so be sure to explore and leave your feedback.

Don’t hesitate to share this opportunity with your friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues! We sincerely hope to hear from you during the Online Open House!

We’re excited to announce that the draft Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House is officially live! This is your chance to get involved and tell us what you think! Your input has been critical in shaping the draft plan and your feedback will continue to unite and guide efforts to build a more sustainable future for the entire Redmond community.

The Online Open House brings the draft plan to you via an online platform so you can provide feedback directly to the project team. The Online Open House will be available July 1 – July 19 so be sure to explore and leave your feedback.

Don’t hesitate to share this opportunity with your friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues! We sincerely hope to hear from you during the Online Open House!

  • Online Open House Launches

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    1 day ago

    The draft Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House is officially live. Click here to share your thoughts and ask questions.


    The draft Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House is officially live. Click here to share your thoughts and ask questions.


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