Environment

Redmond is committed to initiatives that preserve our natural resources and enhance the long-term environmental sustainability of our community. The City’s environmental programs and initiatives are concentrated in four key areas to cultivate a thriving environment. 

Environmental Initiatives


Climate and Energy

Working towards carbon neutrality and preparing for future climate impacts.


Garbage and Recycling

Promoting waste reduction and recycling while moving towards more sustainable consumption and zero waste of resources.


Natural Resources

Preserving and enhancing green space, tree canopy cover, and natural habitat.


Water

Protecting and conserving water supplies, managing stormwater runoff, and cultivating a healthy watershed.

  1. Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee vacancy

    City Seeks Volunteers for New Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee

    The City of Redmond has created a new Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee and is seeking candidates with a broad range of expertise and perspectives to apply to participate. Read on...
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    Redmond City Hall Recognized as EnviroStars Champion

    For the third consecutive year, EnviroStars has recognized Redmond City Hall as a leader in the green business community. Read on...
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    Redmond Joins Over One Thousand Leaders Across the US Affirming Commitment to Global Climate Action

    December 12th marks the five-year anniversary of the world coming together to sign on to the Paris Agreement, and Mayor Angela Birney and the City of Redmond are Read on...
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    Redmond City Council Approves Climate Emergency Declaration

    The Redmond City Council approved a climate emergency declaration during the October 6, 2020, Council meeting. Read on...
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    Redmond City Council Adopts Environmental Sustainability Action Plan

    The Redmond City Council unanimously approved the Environmental Sustainability Action Plan on September 15, 2020. Read on...
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