Redmond 2050

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The vision for Redmond is decided by the people in our community. Who we are and who we want to be as a city, what our values and priorities are, and how we build and serve our community -- all are determined by community members themselves. We must find solutions for accommodating growth that fit our community values, particularly how growth is distributed in our community and what it looks like.

La visión para Redmond se decide por la gente de la comunidad. Quien somos y quien queremos ser como ciudad, cuales son nuestros valores y prioridades, y como construimos y servimos a nuestra comunidad – todo se determina por los mismos miembros de la comunidad. ¡Es hora de alzar su voz!

Staff will be incorporating your feedback into policy and code updates that will impact the next 30 years.

Join the conversation!

The vision for Redmond is decided by the people in our community. Who we are and who we want to be as a city, what our values and priorities are, and how we build and serve our community -- all are determined by community members themselves. We must find solutions for accommodating growth that fit our community values, particularly how growth is distributed in our community and what it looks like.

La visión para Redmond se decide por la gente de la comunidad. Quien somos y quien queremos ser como ciudad, cuales son nuestros valores y prioridades, y como construimos y servimos a nuestra comunidad – todo se determina por los mismos miembros de la comunidad. ¡Es hora de alzar su voz!

Staff will be incorporating your feedback into policy and code updates that will impact the next 30 years.

Working Together for a More Welcoming and Inclusive Community

Help us make sure Redmond is a welcoming and inclusive place.

Our community’s shared values will determine what Redmond will look like as we grow.

  • How does the built environment (for example: roads, sidewalks, parks, public space, buildings) exclude segments of our community?
  • What issues have you experienced in Redmond, in how it is built and designed, that need to be addressed?
  • What could be designed differently to enhance belonging, independence, community connections, and pride?
  • How can Redmond become more accessible to community members with disabilities?
  • What would make you feel more welcome, comfortable, safe, and included in Redmond?

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    Better ways for a family with disabilities to enjoy Downtown Park

    by Elentukh213, 21 days ago

    Hello! We are a family with young children (ages 3, 5 and 1) and both parents have a disability. We love spending time near Downtown Park - it really feels like the center of our community, and we think it’s very special that our “suburban” community has such a space. We live in a more suburban part of Redmond so we drive to this park specifically to feel that sense of community. However as a family with young kids, we have a couple of challenges with enjoying the park. The lack of a defined playground area there - with playground... Continue reading

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    Redmond Needs More Inclusive and Accessible Parks

    by OliviaM, 3 months ago
    My name is Olivia Murphy, and I am an 8th grader who lives in Redmond. As a Girl Scout, I am working on my Silver Award, and I am interested in helping communities build more accessible and inclusive playgrounds. I have been visiting each of the Redmond city parks over the last couple of months to see which parks have accessible play equipment for kids who have different abilities. I was shocked to learn that nearly all of the parks in Redmond lack play equipment that can be used by children who might have a wheelchair or other mobility device... Continue reading
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