Neighborhood Conversations 2017
Come share what's on your mind with your neighbors and elected leaders. Help us spread the word!
Next event will be October 2017 at Ben Rush Elementary, date to be announced soon.
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Recent Meetings Recap
Einstein Elementary School, Gymnasium
April 13, 2017
Approximately 12 residents joined City Council at Einstein Elementary and discussed some important issues, including land use permits and council's role in the process. Lack of affordable housing and commute times from the Redmond Town Center were also discussed.
Rockwell Elementary School, Gymnasium
March 30, 2017
On March 30, approximately 30 Redmond residents joined City Council for the first Neighborhood Conversation of 2017 at Rockwell Elementary. Councilmembers fielded questions ranging from hotel development and the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center lease to traffic and solutions for enabling residents to remain in Redmond as they age. The topic of Sound Transit was also addressed and included timelines for new stations and how north/south corridor traffic may be impacted.
Horace Mann Elementary School, Gymnasium
October 3, 2016
On October 3, approximately 70 Redmond residents joined Mayor Marchione and City Council for the third and final Neighborhood Conversation of 2016 at Horace Mann Elementary. Thanks so much to all of you who spread the word, showed up and shared your thoughts and ideas. The councilmembers fielded questions ranging from growth and affordable housing to traffic and safety on the roads for both pedestrian and cyclists.
Redmond Elementary, School Gymnasium
May 23, 2016
We had a very engaged and informed group of people at the Redmond Elementary Neighborhood Conversation. The meeting was focused on questions from the residents and included everything from traffic, street improvements and Downtown housing projects to the new community and aquatics center, affordable housing and homelessness.
Audubon Elementary, School Gymnasium
Thursday, April 28
We had a roomful of people for the inaugural Neighborhood Conversation
at Audubon Elementary. The meeting was focused on questions from the
residents, and included everything from traffic/street improvements,
overcrowding at LWSD, drainage issues and bus service needs to
affordable housing, homelessness, improving parking at Idylwood, and
keeping single-family residence zoning.