Redmond 2050

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What Should Growth Look Like?

Look & Feel Elements Questionnaire Provide feedback on your preferences between the two styles presented. Do you prefer one or the other, or both?



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



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!

What Should Growth Look Like?

Look & Feel Elements Questionnaire Provide feedback on your preferences between the two styles presented. Do you prefer one or the other, or both?



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



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.

  • In this exercise, we will ask you to provide feedback on a series of 12 look and feel concepts for new growth in Downtown, Overlake, and along specific main roads in Redmond. 

    For each concept, such as Façade Style or Street Furnishings, we ask you to consider your preferences between the two styles presented. Do you prefer one or the other, or both?

    Please consider these concepts for their applicability to Redmond as a whole. At the end of the survey, we will review all 12 concepts and ask for feedback on their use in specific neighborhoods.   

    This questionnaire follows our DESIGN PRINCIPLES questionnaireTo see our previous engagement work as part of the Redmond 2050 process, please view our Phase 1 and Phase 2 engagement results.

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    We are asking for your feedback on a series of 12 design principles for how new developments Downtown, Overlake, and along specific main roads in Redmond should look. 

    For each of the 12 design principles we will show you a series of images that indicate the principle we are considering, such as Small Commercial Units and Active-Use Public Space. We will ask you to rank these elements as a higher or lower priority for use in Redmond 

    The outcomes of your feedback will help us create policy guidelines for all new developments that the community believes should be prioritized. 

    You can see the results of the Redmond 2050 Phase 1 and Phase 2 community feedback or learn more about the project at Redmond.gov/Redmond2050.

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    In the first round of “Gains and Pains” public involvement, we asked you to think about what is currently working and not working in the City of Redmond. What are the current concerns and success of the City? We then asked you to think about the future growth of Redmond by the year 2050. What are the concerns and aspiration for what the City looks like in 30 years? 

    You can view the full results for that questionnaire here or in the Redmond 2050 Virtual Lobby.

    From the comments collected, we distilled the most common themes for each of the questions above. We are now asking you to help us understand your priorities for the City of Redmond as we continue planning to accommodate the regional growth targets for 2050.

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    How will you get around Redmond in the year 2050? How will people, goods, and services travel along our sidewalks, trails, roads, and other pathways? What will transportation be like in Redmond’s future?

    Planning for our future helps us build a city that meets our needs and reflects our vision for how our community should look and function.

    The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) is Redmond’s primary planning document for transportation and mobility, implementing the goals and policies of the Redmond Comprehensive Plan. It guides the City in building a transportation system, supporting mobility services, and promoting travel choices over the next three decades. 

    We need your help to update this plan as part of the Redmond 2050 update. We want to hear your ideas and priorities for transportation and mobility. What do you imagine as the City grows and develops into the future? Please tell us in your responses to the following questions, which should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

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    Think about the future growth of Redmond by the year 2050. What are your aspirations for what the City looks like in 30 years? What are your concerns about how the City grows over this time?  Tell us in the following questionnaire.

    In this exercise, you will be asked to brainstorm what you want to see happen in the future growth of the City -- we will call these "Gains". You will then be asked to brainstorm things that concern you about this growth and that need to be addressed -- we will call these "Pains". 

     

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    The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is a document meant to inform City decision-makers, the public, and other agencies about the environmental implications of the Redmond 2050 plans, policies, and regulations. We need your help to identify the most important natural or built environment topics in the EIS, to identify growth alternatives, and to consider how to grow sustainably.

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