Downtown Parking Management Strategic Plan

Location: Downtown Redmond
Contact: Andrew Bauer, 425-556-2750,

Downtown Redmond is transforming. In the coming years, we will have more residents, visitors, commuters and employees Downtown. New private developments are anticipated, Downtown Park will open in 2018 and light rail will arrive in 2024. Parking management will remain vital to the success of Downtown Redmond as it grows into a vibrant destination and livable neighborhood in its own right. Learn more about parking Downtown.

Downtown Parking Advisory Committee

The Parking Advisory Committee is made up of volunteers representing a broad cross-section of the community including residents, business and property owners, employees, commuters, and frequent visitors to downtown, among others.

Committee members will be directly engaged with staff, consultants, and the community to help shape parking management policies and strategies for Downtown Redmond.

Advisory Committee Kick-off Meeting, March 19, 2018:

​Parking Management Strategic Plan

We are currently in the first phase of this four phase plan:

1. Existing Conditions Report. The Existing Conditions Report will be the foundation on which subsequent phases are based upon and would be made up of two primary components:

A) Provide planning and policy context for parking in Downtown Redmond by identifying past planning efforts and existing policies and regulations that influence the management and creation of parking today.

B) Survey and catalogue existing parking resources and the management of those resources. The survey will include details such as striping, signage, an inventory of parking (public and private), and utilization of parking.

2. Identify Opportunities and Constraints. With the benefit of the findings from the Existing Conditions Report, opportunities and constraints will be identified.

3. Develop a list of actionable recommendations. Recommendations will be informed by the preceding work of Phases 1-2.

4. Implementation Plan
. The recommendations will be developed into an implementation plan. Implementation may be broken into categories such as near-term, mid-term, and long-term. The implementation plan will provide the road map for future decisions impacting parking Downtown.

Past Parking Studies & Resources