Current Cancellations

To slow the spread of and reduce the number of individuals infected with COVID-19 the City of Redmond is acting on King County Public Health’s latest recommendations to cancel or postpone events and meetings where we expect large groups of people. We will also post facility closures here.  

City Facilities Closed:

  • City facilities will remain closed through March 31, 2021. The Emergency Operations Center will continue to monitor and work closely with the King County Emergency Operations Center. 
    • Redmond Police, Fire and other critical City services are fully operational at this time
  • Once public meetings (Council, Boards, Commission etc.) are open to the public, we encourage the community to continue to participate virtually.
  • City facilities closed to the public include City Hall, the Public Safety Building, Maintenance and Operations Center, Fire Stations, the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village, the Old Firehouse Teen Center, and the Farrel-McWhirter Barnyard. 

Development Services: 425-556-2473
Police Non-Emergency Dispatch: 425-556-2500

Parks & Recreation Updates:

City of Redmond parks and trail systems remain open, but active recreation areas where physical distancing is difficult to maintain are closed. Many activities and events have also been canceled due to COVID-19. The Parks and Recreation Play Safe, Stay Safe plan outlines the reopening of amenities, services and activities in accordance with Washington’s Phased Approach. A reopening chart and additional information is available at www.redmond.gov/PlaySafe.

King County District Court:

The Redmond location of King County District Court is only open to the public during scheduled court hearings. Visit their website for the most up to date information.

Schools:

The health and safety of our staff and community is our highest priority. We will be updating our social media and website as more information comes available. For up to date information on this evolving situation, please visit www.redmond.gov/COVID-19.