Parks and Recreation ADA

Help make Redmond’s Parks and Trails Accessible for All

The City of Redmond’s Parks and Recreation Department is developing a ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) Transition plan, which will survey all 47 parks and 39 miles of trails within Redmond and will:

  • Identify barriers to access such as parking, playgrounds and sports courts that are not accessible.
  • Develop priorities
  • Draft a schedule to remove those barriers

We need to hear from you on what your priorities are and which parks and trails you would like to use more but have access issues. Your voice will help the City of Redmond make sure its programs and activities are accessible for all members of the community and make it easier for everyone to take advantage of Redmond’s beautiful parks and recreation opportunities. We have multiple ways to get your input.

  1. Go online at redmond.gov and learn more about the barriers that have been identified and take a short poll to comment on your priorities. The poll will is now live. See below.
  2. Attend an interactive Open House
    • Wednesday, September 12 at City Hall from 6:30-8 pm
  3. Drop in at the Senior Center to fill out the poll and talk with project staff.
    • Tuesday, September 18, 10 am-12 pm, Redmond Senior Center
    • Thursday, September 20, 10 am-12 pm, Redmond Senior Center

For more information about the City's ADA Program, please visit www.redmond.gov/ADA.

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Contact

Customer Service Center
City of Redmond
15670 NE 85th St, MS:1SCS
Redmond, WA 98052
425-556-2900


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