Water quality and operations in the City of Redmond.
How to recycle, compost and what happens to your garbage.
Addressing climate change locally and enforcing policies and regulations that protect our natural resources.
Information on the pollution potential of stormwater and how the City of Redmond is addressing it.
Redmond's character and main attraction for many residents is its trees, wooded areas, and urban forests. Learn about Redmond's Tree Canopy Plan, and how you can get involved.
Information on the City of Redmond's Wastewater division
What residence and local businesses can do to prevent pollutants from entering our water sources.
Redmond’s streams, the Sammamish River, and Lake Sammamish are amazing resources. The City works hard to promote healthy streams and restore habitat.
Redmond is home to several types of wildlife. Learn how to better co-exist with wildlife and take some simple steps to prevent unwanted encounters.
Information on a construction method that temporarily removes groundwater or surface water from an excavated site.
The City of Redmond is divided into 20 watersheds, or areas that drain to a stream.