Keeping Pace and Enhancing Emergency Services

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The City of Redmond is seeking additional property taxes to fund new and traditional public safety services to support Redmond's future.

Through community feedback, including questionnaires, a variety of community meetings, and a volunteer Sounding Board, we have heard from hundreds of community members about safety needs and priorities in Redmond.

At their July 19 business meeting, members of the Redmond City Council voted five to two in support of adding a proposition to the November 8, 2022, King County election. With a majority vote, Councilmembers passed Resolution No. 1560, which places a proposition on the ballot to fund a comprehensive public safety program beginning in 2023.

Read below to learn more about the community feedback and review the Comprehensive Public Safety Plan.

The City of Redmond is seeking additional property taxes to fund new and traditional public safety services to support Redmond's future.

Through community feedback, including questionnaires, a variety of community meetings, and a volunteer Sounding Board, we have heard from hundreds of community members about safety needs and priorities in Redmond.

At their July 19 business meeting, members of the Redmond City Council voted five to two in support of adding a proposition to the November 8, 2022, King County election. With a majority vote, Councilmembers passed Resolution No. 1560, which places a proposition on the ballot to fund a comprehensive public safety program beginning in 2023.

Read below to learn more about the community feedback and review the Comprehensive Public Safety Plan.

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    We’re listening! Take our questionnaire to share your thoughts on how to keep pace and enhance Redmond’s Police and Fire services. 


    Community safety affects us all. We want your feedback on our draft plan to ensure we understand your priorities in community safetyYour responses will be used to inform the draft plan that Mayor Birney will present to City Council in May 

    Please learn more about this project and then take a short 5-10 minute questionnaire. Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. 


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