In the 2017 Report, the community prioritized actions for the next five years as follows:
Meet Redmond’s needs for priority spaces, including:
2017 - The City leased community center space from Lake Washington Institute of Technology for the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village. The City moved into this building at the end of 2017.
2018 - City Council approved a Memorandum of Agreement authorizing city staff to collaborate with King County, the City of Bellevue and the City of Kirkland to conduct a feasibility analysis of a regional aquatics center. This report is due by the end of 2019.
2017 - The City moved the community center to Marymoor Village.
2018 - City Council adopted the 2018-2024 Capital Budget that included funded to renovate the Redmond Pool ($8 M) and renovate the Redmond Senior Center ($14.98 M). Both projects are underway.
As other capital projects further develop, the City will evaluate other opportunities for funding.
2016-ongoing - The City continues to engage the Redmond’s Community Centers Stakeholder Group, Parks and Trails Commission, Arts and Culture Commission and community on these projects.