Citizens interested in serving may pick up a Community Service Application at the Mayor's or City Clerk's office (425-556-2101 or 425-556-2190), or print the linked form below
Community Service Application
The Arts Commission meets on the second Thursday of each month at Redmond City Hall at 7 pm. It sponsors and promotes visual arts, performing arts, literary arts, arts education and grant programs; provides services such as website and community arts information and develops recommendations for the Mayor and City Council on art related issues.
Arts Administrator at 425-556-2316 or email@example.com
Civil Service Commission
The Civil Service Commission meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm. The Commission considers recruitment and promotional procedures in the Police and Fire Departments and pertinent appeals.
Contact: Human Resources Department at 425-556-2120 for meeting location.
Design Review Board
The Design Review Board meets on the first and third Thursday of each month at 7 pm in the City Council Chambers. It examines building and site applications for the quality of their design elements and compatibility with the community.
Steven Fischer at 425-556-2432
Redmond Disability Board
The Disability Board meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:15 pm. The Board reviews disability claims brought forward by covered employees in the Police and Fire Departments and makes recommendations concerning their resolution.
Human Resources Department at 425-556-2120 for meeting location.
Human Services Commission
The Human Services Commission meets on the second Monday at 6:30 pm in the Council Conference Room. This commission's role is to advise the Mayor and Council on general issues related to human services, as well as to make specific funding recommendations as part of the City's budget process every two years.
Innovative Housing Review Panel
The Innovative Housing Review Panel meets as needed to review projects submitted under Redmond's Innovative Housing Demonstration Program. The Panel evaluates proposals according to the program's goals of increasing variety of housing choices, demonstrating superb design compatible with surrounding neighborhoods, improving housing affordability options and contributing to a sense of community. Meetings are generally held at 7 pm at City Hall.
Landmarks and Heritage Commission
The Landmarks and Heritage Commission meets at 7 pm on Thursdays when there is an item of business. The purpose of the Landmarks Commission is to review historic landmark designations for historic properties and any applications for alteration or demolition to existing historic landmark properties.
Planning Department at 425-556-2496
Library Board of Trustees
The Library Board meets at 7pm on the first Wednesday evening of January, March, May, July, September and November, at the Library. Its purpose is to consider library policy, promote interest in the library and to inform Redmond citizens of library needs.
Parks and Trails Commission
The Parks and Trails Commission meets on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. The Commission is advisory to the Mayor and City Council regarding parks acquisition, development and departmental programs. It also makes recommendations regarding trail opportunities for pedestrians, bicyclists, kayakers and equestrians.
The Planning Commission meets on the second, third, and fourth Wednesday at 7 pm in the City Council Chambers. It monitors growth and development issues and evaluates and recommends revisions to land use policies and regulations.
Redmond Youth Partnership Advisory Committee
RYPAC, the voice for youth in Redmond, is made up of youth and adults who help shape programs for the community. Meetings occur regularly two evenings a month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
425-556-2358 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of Redmond's Boards and Commissions are volunteers assisting the City in an advisory role.