Health Through Housing

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King County purchased the former Silver Cloud Inn hotel in Redmond’s Overlake neighborhood in spring of 2021. The facility will house people who are experiencing homelessness as part of the county’s Health Through Housing (HTH) program.

In 2021, the Washington State Legislature enacted House Bill 1220, which requires cities like Redmond to allow development of permanent supportive housing and transitional housing in all zoning districts where residential dwellings and/or hotels are allowed, which includes the Overlake neighborhood.

Redmond is partnering with the County to ensure the most positive outcome for those the facility will serve, while also preserving and maintaining the health, safety, and economic security of our entire community.

Redmond City Council adopted an interim official control on August 17, 2021, which will require the County to enter into an occupancy agreement with the City defining how the facility will be operated.

Please complete the following questionnaire by October 31, to share your thoughts on what outcomes should be realized through the operations of this program.

Note, registration is required to complete the questionnaire. In order to securely validate responses including limiting responses to one per person, prevent automated attacks, and compile accurate data, participants are asked to register with name, email address, and zip code before completing the questionnaire. Please sign in or create an account, if needed.

King County purchased the former Silver Cloud Inn hotel in Redmond’s Overlake neighborhood in spring of 2021. The facility will house people who are experiencing homelessness as part of the county’s Health Through Housing (HTH) program.

In 2021, the Washington State Legislature enacted House Bill 1220, which requires cities like Redmond to allow development of permanent supportive housing and transitional housing in all zoning districts where residential dwellings and/or hotels are allowed, which includes the Overlake neighborhood.

Redmond is partnering with the County to ensure the most positive outcome for those the facility will serve, while also preserving and maintaining the health, safety, and economic security of our entire community.

Redmond City Council adopted an interim official control on August 17, 2021, which will require the County to enter into an occupancy agreement with the City defining how the facility will be operated.

Please complete the following questionnaire by October 31, to share your thoughts on what outcomes should be realized through the operations of this program.

Note, registration is required to complete the questionnaire. In order to securely validate responses including limiting responses to one per person, prevent automated attacks, and compile accurate data, participants are asked to register with name, email address, and zip code before completing the questionnaire. Please sign in or create an account, if needed.

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