Clean & Green Indicators

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Redmond is known for its Clean and Green community. Here are indicators to support that. 

Street Trees

Description: The number of street trees in Redmond speaks to the general character of the landscape.

Target Goal: Though there is no specific target, the aim is to increase over time. 

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Trail Miles

Description: Measures trail miles per thousand people

Target Goal: 0.45

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Data mapping: this is tracked for Community Indicators only.

 



Air Quality: # of days

Description: The number of days Redmond exceeds federal air quality standards for particulates

Target Goal: the target is 0

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for Community Indicators only.

 



Water Quality: % streets & treatment

Description: Water quality, percentage of streets subject to basic water quality treatment

Target Goal: 36%

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for both PM & Community Indicators only.

 

Park Satisfaction: Acres Per 1000 People

Description: Measures acres of parks per 1000 people.

Target Goal: content pending

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for Community Indicators only.

 




Recycling Rate

Description: Recycling rate...

Target Goal: content pending 

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for both PM & Community Indicators.

 


General Park Satisfaction

Description: Satisfaction with parks systems, by percent very satisfied or very satisfied.

Target Goal: content pending 

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for Community Indicators only.

 


TDRs Transacted

Description: Number of Transfer of Development rights transacted

Target Goal: content pending 

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for Community Indicators only.

 

Water Consumption

Description: This measures the average annual water consumption by City customers (not customers in the Novelty Hill Urban Planned Developments), and has ranged from 263.9 million to 299.6 million cubic feet. (Uses a 3 year average)


Target Goal: 265 cubic feet per year; This current goal set by Cascade Water Alliance factors in a 1.72% total reduction from 2014 to 2019. That amounts to a total reduction goal of 4.65 million cubic feet of water by 2019.

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Data mapping: this data is tracked for Community Indicators only(?)