Redmond 2050

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Guiding Themes Feedback • The Comprehensive Plan update will be guided by the themes of Equity & Inclusion, Sustainability, and Resiliency. Share what these mean to you and what the City should consider as we incorporate these into our policies.

Your Favorite Redmond Places • What are the places and things that give Redmond its soul? Where do you love to visit and why? Share with us by dropping a pin on the map-you can also add your thoughts on what needs to be improved.



Staff will be incorporating your feedback from previous questionnaires into the Redmond 2050 project. See what what your neighbors have said about the Redmond 2050 project here.

Join the conversation!

Guiding Themes Feedback • The Comprehensive Plan update will be guided by the themes of Equity & Inclusion, Sustainability, and Resiliency. Share what these mean to you and what the City should consider as we incorporate these into our policies.

Your Favorite Redmond Places • What are the places and things that give Redmond its soul? Where do you love to visit and why? Share with us by dropping a pin on the map-you can also add your thoughts on what needs to be improved.



Staff will be incorporating your feedback from previous questionnaires into the Redmond 2050 project. See what what your neighbors have said about the Redmond 2050 project here.

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  • Equity and Inclusion

    8 months ago
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    Please share your thoughts on how Equity & Inclusion is (or should be) reflected in Redmond's built environment. 

    Our working definitions:

    Equity - The City provides all community members with equal and effective city services, resources, opportunities, and influence so that all people achieve their full potential and thrive. Equity is a purposeful and eager journey toward well-being as defined by those most negatively impacted.

    Inclusion - The City treats all people respectfully; values all people for their distinctive skills, experiences, and perspectives; engages all people to contribute to the community’s success; and leverages resources and city services where needed.

    Intent: 

    • To ensure that all people are meaningfully engaged to shape city policies and processes.
    • To include, accommodate, and empower groups of people who have historically been excluded because of their gender, race and/or ethnicity, LGBTQIA+, age, religion, disabilities, or their socioeconomic, immigration, or veteran status, or as a member of any historically marginalized group.
    • To apply an equity process in all facets of planning to eliminate socioeconomic disparities.
    • To identify and remediate inequitable policies, processes, or regulations and remove barriers to equity and inclusion.
    • To create equitable intergenerational, geographic, and process outcomes.

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    • What does Equity & Inclusion mean to you?  What does Equity & Inclusion mean to your daily experiences in our community?  
    • How can we improve Equity & Inclusion through our built and natural environment?
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  • Resiliency

    8 months ago
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    Please share your thoughts on Redmond's Resiliency.  

    Our working definition:

    Ensuring that the community, as a whole, is prepared for, able to adapt to, and can recover effectively from disruptive conditions.

    Intent:

    • City processes and procedures have the flexibility to pivot and respond quickly to the unpredictable and react/act when needed, including preparing, educating, mitigating, adapting, and managing risk.
    • Identifying essential services and vulnerable systems and populations prior to and during emergencies.
    • Having multiple paths and backup systems to achieve community goals, with outcomes and vision more important than how that is accomplished.
    • Designing and building our community for longevity and flexibility from the start.
    • Harnessing information and communications technology in service of the above objectives.

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    • What does Resiliency mean to you?  What does Resiliency mean to your experiences in our community?  
    • How can we improve our community's Resiliency?
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  • Sustainability

    8 months ago
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    Please share your thoughts on Redmond's Sustainability.  

    Our working definition:

    Meeting the needs of current and future generations and advancing environmental conservation, economic prosperity, and a high quality of life for all.

    Intent:

    • Enhancing green space, tree canopy, habitat and water quality, biological condition of streams, and natural drainage systems.
    • Increasing waste diversion and promoting more sustainable consumption practices.
    • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, creating a climate resilient community, and leading by example.
    • Building economic prosperity.
    • Equitably distributing the benefits of sustainability and addressing historical impacts to create conditions for all people to achieve their full potential.
    • Harnessing the power of information and communications technology in service to sustainability objectives.

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    • What does that mean to you?  What does Sustainability mean to your daily experiences in our community?  
    • How does/should Sustainability impact our built and natural environment?
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  • Technology Forward ("Smart City")

    about 2 months ago
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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Please share your thoughts on the theme of Technology Forward.  

    Our working definition:

    A collaborative approach to the modernization, optimization, and personalization of city services through the use of technology and data-informed policies.   

    NOTE:  Technology Forward has been integrated into the other three themes as is no longer a separate theme.

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