A Redmond that is connected, multi-modal, smart, green, and has high value for long-term infrastructure investments that support the future needs of Redmond.
Invest in infrastructure preservation and replacement across the City to maintain the current level of service, the reliability of capital assets, and provide timely and cost-effective replacement.
- Develop and implement a six-year CIP that results from proactive project prioritization and alignment of delivery commitments with our funding and resource capacity.
- Provide excellent stewardship of existing city infrastructure to ensure that assets are well maintained and reliable.
- Maintenance report card on facility condition, pavement condition, water main breaks, and sewer overflows.
- Percentage of water quality tests that meet compliance regulations for safe and clean water.
Planned projects include:
- Facilities: design/construction of Senior & Community Center, seismic retrofit of fire stations, address interim Maintenance and Operations Center (MOC) facilities improvements, and Mechanical and electrical improvements to the Public Safety Building and seismic retrofit of fire stations.
- Utilities: wastewater lift station rehabilitation program, rehabilitation of pump stations, and water pressure reducing valve replacement.
- Parks: replacement of synthetic turfs (Grass Lawn and Hartman Parks).
- Sidewalk Installations
- Replacement of sports fields.
Continue investments in key opportunity projects that support economic and community vitality.
- Continue to strategically leverage funds for capital investment projects .
- Use functional plans and Redmond’s Capital Investment Strategy (CIS) as the primary sources of planned capital investment.
- Through the Redmond Partnership Network continue the recovery activities to promote economic vitality.
- Percentage of transportation network completed for all travel modes.
- Ratio of Redmond’s transportation supply to transportation system demands (i.e. concurrency).
- Mobility: Light Rail Integration, North/South Corridor Study, Bel-Red Road bicycle lanes, 156th Avenue NE shared use path, develop a long-term plan to address sidewalk deficiencies (part of TMP development)t, citywide ADA Compliance Plan, and the Overlake Village Pedestrian Bridge.
- Maintenance: Sidewalk repair program, Street improvements (152nd and NE 70th), 166th Avenue NE pavement management, Water System Comprehensive Plan, and improve coordination of vegetation control.
- Recovery: Through the Redmond Partnership Network, continue united and connected recovery activities (i.e. streeteries, Geek Out Gold) to promote community economic development.
- Microsoft Campus Refresh
A solid platform of internal technology systems that support and directly align with city business.
- Maintain security program that is aligned with business and industry best practices.
- Implement a data analytics solution which allows for reporting across business environments.
- Network uptime.
- D365 Project estimated hours saved annually through Accounts Payable automation
- Implement D365 financial system Cloud technology.
- Upgrade/enhance Energov permitting technology.
- Implement timekeeping module, new payroll and human resources information systems in Workforce Dimensions.
- Implement Records Management System.
- Continue collaboration on Asset Management Program.