Southeast Redmond Park Master Plan

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Southeast Redmond Park is an undeveloped, 3.2-acre neighborhood park at the intersection of 188th Ave NE and NE 68th Street. Today, the space is a blank canvas and ready for community ideas on how to best plan for the future park.

City staff will collaborate with the community over the next year to create a park master plan. A master plan is a vision for this park's design, focusing on the needs of the surrounding neighborhood to ensure the park is welcoming and inclusive for all.



Southeast Redmond Park is an undeveloped, 3.2-acre neighborhood park at the intersection of 188th Ave NE and NE 68th Street. Today, the space is a blank canvas and ready for community ideas on how to best plan for the future park.

City staff will collaborate with the community over the next year to create a park master plan. A master plan is a vision for this park's design, focusing on the needs of the surrounding neighborhood to ensure the park is welcoming and inclusive for all.



  • Final Community Meeting: January 31, 2024

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    Review the final community-inspired Southeast Redmond Park plan with City of Redmond staff and park designers from Berger Partnership at the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village or online.

    The final community discussion and opportunity to share feedback on the preferred plan for Southeast Redmond Park before it is brought to Redmond City Council for adoption. Your feedback will help shape the final design concept for this future neighborhood park.

    If you are unable to attend in person, join the meeting online by registering at https://bit.ly/SEredmondpark



  • October 18 Community Meeting at Marymoor Village Community Center

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    Help Design Southeast Redmond Park

    Join us from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18, for the Southeast Redmond Park Master Plan community meeting.

    This is the second community meeting that will help shape the vision for the future Southeast Redmond Park. Attendees will review and give feedback on three conceptual plans. Feedback received will help guide the design for this neighborhood park.

    The meeting will be held at the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village (6505 176th Avenue NE). Children are welcome.

  • Sept. 13 Community Meeting

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    Summary of the meeting feedback is available under 'Documents' tab on right hand side of webpage.

    Help us shape the future of Southeast Redmond Park!

    The City of Redmond is hosting a public meeting to shape future development of Southeast Redmond Park. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 5:30 p.m. at Southeast Redmond Park, at 188th Ave NE and NE 67th St.

    Acquired years ago by the City to become a neighborhood park for the SE Redmond Community, help us shape how today’s grassy meadow can become the heart of your community to escape, play, and gather!

    This is the first community meeting to help shape the design of this park. This first meeting will be focused on learning what makes SE Redmond special, what elements and experiences can create the park, the opportunities of the site, and how the park can become a reflection and cherished destination for YOU!

    While this event will be held in person on the date noted above, all materials and questionnaires will also be available online to welcome ALL to help shape the park!

  • Creating a Park Master Plan

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    A park master plan is a vision for the layout and features of the future park space. It includes the types of features and amenities the future park will have, such as walking trails, picnic areas, and play features (see the example below from the Westside Park Master Plan, completed in 2019).

    What these features will be will depend on what we hear from the community, what is possible on the site, and what will complement what is already in the neighborhood and the existing park system.

    Generally, neighborhood parks in Redmond are intended to provide recreational space to nearby residents and employees, who typically walk or roll to the community space. They are smaller in size, ranging from two to five acres.

    The unique character of each site helps determine appropriate features, which may include small scale active recreation amenities, open fields, tree canopy, trails, community gardens, picnic areas, children’s playgrounds, plazas, public art, decorative landscaping, and passive areas for reflection and gathering. Typically, neighborhood parks do not provide restrooms or parking beyond on-street parking.

    A questionnaire and public meetings will be happening during this master plan process. Sign up to get updates and let your neighbors know about the project! Or visit this space to see when these feedback opportunities are available.

    An example of a Park Master Plan. This was the preferred plan the community created for the Westside Neighborhood Park in 2019.







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