Parking on public streets is available to everyone. However, these are a few of the areas taken from RCW 46.61.570 where parking is prohibited:
For information about State codes and regulations, check the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) and the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) on the Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington web site. Chapter 10.52 of the Redmond Municipal Code (RMC) more fully answers the following questions about stopping, standing, and parking in Redmond. View the Redmond Municipal Code.
- on a sidewalk or street planting strip
- within an intersection
- on a crosswalk
- on any railroad track
- anyplace where official signs prohibit parking
- in front of or within 5 feet of a driveway
- within 15 feet of a fire hydrant
- within 20 feet of a crosswalk
- within 30 feet of a stop sign, yield sign, traffic signal, or flashing signal
- in a bike lane
How long can I park on a public street?
RMC 10.52.110 states that a vehicle can park on a public street for no longer than 24 hours, after which time it could be considered a traffic safety hazard or reported as abandoned.
Is parking the same Downtown?
No, parking Downtown is time-limited. The City of Redmond monitors time-limits for approximately 500 downtown Redmond on-street parking spaces between 9 am and 5 pm weekdays, excluding holidays.
How are abandoned vehicles removed from a public street?
Contact: Code Enforcement email@example.com or 425-556-2412
How can we get “No Parking” signs in our neighborhood?
Parking can be a problem in residential areas, particularly in areas near schools, public parks, or athletic fields.
If you believe there is a need to restrict parking in your neighborhood, please notify Public Works utilizing the Traffic Concern Form.
Keep in mind that if parking is prohibited in a neighborhood, restrictions will apply to all - residents and visitors - alike. See RMC 10.52.200 for more information about parking restrictions.
Can residents paint curbs or install signs to prohibit parking?
No. It is illegal for private residents to paint curbs or install signs that prohibit parking. Requests for the City to consider parking restrictions on public streets can be addressed to Public Works/Traffic Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How close to the curb should I park?
RMC 10.52.030 states that a vehicle should be parked within 12 inches of the curb.
Accommodations for Disabilities
The City of Redmond wants to ensure that programs and facilities are accessible to all residents in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
People with disabilities can request accommodation or accessibility by completing this form. Your request will be received and reviewed by the City of Redmond's ADA Coordinator, who will respond to the requestor within 15 business days, or prior to the program or event where accommodation/accessibility is needed.
To reach the City's ADA Coordinator, call Kendra Johnson at 425-556-2169.