Ever want to get an insider's view of how your local police department works? Here's your chance! The City of Redmond is accepting applications for the 2018 Citizen's Police Academy. For more information check out this link: http://redmond.gov/…/community_pro…/citizens_police_academy/
If you've voted and mailed or turned in your ballot Thank You.
If you haven’t there's still time, but it is getting late. You must postmark or drop off your ballot by 8pm tonight.
There's a drop off box in front of Redmond City Hall, but be warned it is likely to get busy as the time grows short.
Do you enjoy a good novel? How about a thrilling adventure story? Maybe a biography? Like to read the latest periodicals and newspapers? Or love sharing reading with your children? If so, the Library Board of Trustees is looking for you. http://www.redmond.gov/cms/One.aspx…
Another example of Redmond's committment to Responsible Government. http://www.redmond.gov/cms/One.aspx…
I'm proud to serve a community that values smart growth and is recognized by Governor Inslee for our outstanding Growth Management Act planning.
2015 Summer Recycling & Collection Event
Date: July 18, 2015
Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (No vehicles admitted after 4:00 pm)
Location: 18120 NE 76th Street
(City of Redmond Maintenance Operation Center)
Come join us this weekend in Redmond for Derby Days!
Keeping up with all the cool stuff in Redmond does not need to be confusing, just go to the city's awesome web page. Look at some of the fun that is coming up soon from the Parks and Rec section:
Shape the Future of Fun!
April 15, 2015
Redmond, WA –The City of Redmond invites everyone who uses Redmond’s parks, arts, and recreation facilities and programs to participate in the Future of Fun initiative, which will result in the update of the Parks and Recreation Department’s long range plan for capital projects. The Parks, Arts, Recreation, Culture and Conservation Plan is updated every six years. Now is the time to get involved and help create a r...enewed vision. You can participate by attending a meeting, engaging in our online platform, and participating in a survey.
Three public meetings will be held in May throughout the City. The meetings will take place from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, with a short presentation at 6:30 followed by small group discussions about arts and culture, parks and recreation, trails, and conservation. The meetings will be held on the following dates:
May 6 @ Redmond High School, 17272 NE 104th St, Redmond, WA 98052
May 11 @ VALA Art Center at Redmond Town Center, 7330 164th Ave NE, Redmond, WA in Redmond Town Center
May 21 @ Rose Hill Middle School, 13505 NE 75th St, Redmond, WA 98052
Enjoy fun, interactive opportunities to provide your ideas at these public meetings. Talk to City staff about what is important to you. Share some tasty refreshments, and win door prizes including the Future of Fun Grand Prize – a $50 gift card for one of Redmond’s finest restaurants.
Can’t make it to a meeting? No problem, there are many ways to participate.
• Join the conversation online anytime! Post ideas and answer questions on our interactive website powered by MindMixer through www.redmond.gov/futureoffun.
• Mail comments to David Shaw, City of Redmond Parks & Recreation, PO Box 97010, MS 4NPK, Redmond, WA 98073-9710
• Email ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Call David Shaw at 425.556.2378.
Help shape the Future of Fun for Redmond!