COVID-19 Resources & City Reopening Plan
The City is actively preparing for the reopening of facilities on Thursday, July 1. In preparation to welcome customers and staff back to city buildings, we have created a Stay Safe Reopening Plan to guide our efforts. Read reopening plan here Version OptionsCovid-19 (Coronavirus) InformationHeadline Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan Stay Safe Reopening Plan .
This 5-stage plan provides a general framework and guidelines for all city services and departments, in accordance with guidance provided by the State of Washington. This plan is the basis for how the City will continue to:
• Provide services and programs, and continue field operations
• Conduct public events and meetings
• Manage the timeline for reopening facilities
• Implement staffing schedules
• Apply CDC recommendations
• and maintain sanitation and janitorial services
Reopened July 1, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday - Friday
• City Hall
• Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village
• Public Safety Building
• Fire Stations
Following the recent updated recommendations from Governor Inslee, the CDC, and King County Public Health, face-coverings are recommended inside city facilities regardless of vaccination status.
• Redmond Pool is reopened
Reopening later this year
• Bytes Café for senior programming
• Old Firehouse Teen Center
The City will continue to follow Washington State’s guidelines for the suspension of the in-person requirement for the Open Public Meetings Act until the suspension is lifted (anticipated June 30) after which time:
• Council meetings have resumed in Council Chambers as of Tuesday, July 6, 2021 and are running hybrid, in-person and virtual. The City follows Washington State guidelines for open public meetings.
• Watch Council Meetings
• View Council meeting dates, agendas and materials
Redmond Parks & Recreation
Parks and Recreation have outlined the "Play Safe, Stay Safe" plan to reopen park amenities, facilities and activities.
Mayor Birney has joined other Mayors across the country to sign the Mayors Challenge to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations. See the latest vaccine rates on the King County COVID-19 Data Dashboard.
On May 13, Governor Inslee announced a statewide reopening date of June 30 and short-term statewide move to Phase 3. Visit www.governor.wa.gov for more information.
Quick links to COVID-19 resources: