Pedestrian Zone Signs
pedestrian zone signNew signs located around Redmond's Downtown Pedestrian District communicate to drivers they are in an area where they can expect higher volumes of people walking.

Designed in-house by the City's graphic artist, Sergio "Checho" Santander, each sign has one of three different representations - a young child pedestrian, a mother pushing a stroller, or a man walking a dog.  Each figure is a subtle reminder of the potential vulnerability of pedestrians in traffic.

Look for the new pedestrian zone signs at these locations:    
  •     Leary Way north of West Lake Sammamish Parkway
  •     Redmond Way west of West Lake Sammamish Parkway
  •     NE 85 Street east of 154 Avenue NE
  •     NE 90 Street east of 154 Avenue NE
  •     Redmond-Woodinville Road north of NE 90 Street
  •     166 Avenue NE north of NE 85 Street
  •     Redmond Way near Bear Creek Crossing
  •     Avondale Way from westbound Union Hill Road
  •     NE 80 Street at 170 Avenue NE
For more information about Redmond's Downtown Pedestrian District and the new pedestrian zone signs, contact Allyson Thompson at athompson@redmond.gov or at 425.556.2752.