Community Design / Diseño de la Comunidad
Equity and Inclusion is a major theme of the Redmond 2050 updates. This fall, there will be a number of conversations about how we design and build our community is a way that is welcoming and inclusive for all ages, cultures, and abilities.
Some of the questions we will be exploring include:
We are also exploring ways to make each of our centers have a unique sense of place as well as design standards that improve our sustainability and resiliency.
La equidad e inclusión son temas importantes de la actualización del Plan de Desarrollo Urbano Redmond 2050. Durante el otoño, tendrán lugar varias conversaciones con respecto a la manera en que podemos diseñar y construir nuestra comunidad para que sea más acogedora e inclusiva para todas las edades, culturas y habilidades.
Algunas de las preguntas que exploraremos incluyen:
Get Creative with Your Answers!
¡Sea creativo con sus respuestas!
Usted puede ayudar a responder estas preguntas mediante dibujos, un collage y/o escribiendo su respuesta en las postales con franqueo prepagado que se encuentran en el Ayuntamiento en el área de servicio al cliente (15670 NE 85th Street), en la Biblioteca de Redmond (15990 NE 85th Street) y en otros negocios locales.
You can also add your ideas on:
Community members, caregivers, and service providers familiar with mobility challenges are invited to share your thoughts and experiences with us as we seek to improve the experience of all Redmond residents while traveling to light rail.
Green Building Workshop: Mass Timber Opportunities
Join us for a discussion about how the City is implementing our sustainability and resiliency goals by bringing new types of building construction to Redmond, including incentives for mass timber that will become available in 2025.
Thursday, March 14 | 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Redmond City Hall
15670 NE 85th St, Redmond
As part of Redmond 2050, the City is updating the Green Building Program and updating regulations to incentivize mass timber construction. This includes incentives for mass timber building up to 12 stories in Marymoor Village and Downtown, as well as mass timber mid-rise and high-rise in Overlake.
Property owners, community members, and mass timber developers and designers are encouraged to attend to learn more about the changes coming to Redmond, explore new opportunities that are being created through the code updates, share knowledge and experience, and make connections.
Light snacks and drinks will be provided for those attending in person. A Teams link is available for those who choose to attend remotely, but please be aware remote interaction will be limited.
REDMOND IS CHANGING FROM A SUBURB TO A CITY
Once every 10 years cities in Washington State review their vision for their community and how to plan and build for the next few decades.
Planning for growth helps us build a city that meets the needs of the community and reflects the vision for how the community will look and function.
We encourage and support the participation of individuals with disabilities and those in need of translation assistance.
For more information, to request materials in an alternate format, or for help using the translation tools built in to Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers, please contact Redmond2050@Redmond.gov.
Learn how we're incorporating equity & inclusion, sustainability, and resiliency here.
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Notice of nondiscrimination is available at redmond.gov/TitleVI.
El aviso contra la discriminaciónestádisponible enredmond.gov/TitleVI.