Pedestrian Bicycle Advisory Committee (PBAC)

The Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee (PBAC) is a non-commissioned group that provides feedback to city staff and other relevant groups on non-motorized or active transportation issues in Redmond.  PBAC's mission is to enhance Redmond's non-motorized transportation system to better enable people to safely and efficiently move about the community on foot and by bike.

PBAC consists of community members who are passionate about multimodal mobility for all and who are willing to volunteer their time by regularly attending meetings and special events to support a vibrant and connected community.  They also receive briefings on city planning and construction projects as well as policy document updates such as the comprehensive plan and the transportation improvement plan.

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Meeting Times

NEXT MEETING: December 11th

PBAC meetings are open to the public and held from 6:30 to 8:00 pm on the second Monday of each month in Room 135 on the first floor of Redmond City Hall (15670 NE 85 Street).

Driving directions to City Hall (PDF) in PDF format.

If you’d like to receive the monthly agenda, or simply be added to the mailing list, please contact PBAC Staff Liaisons at or contact us directly: 

  • Francesca Liburdy: 425-556-2476 
  • Mary L'Heureux: 425-556-2490

Because of occasional scheduling conflicts, some meetings may be canceled.  Please contact Francesca Liburdy or Mary L'Heureux to confirm that a meeting is taking place.

  1. Report an Issue

    Use the City’s request management system to report non-emergency issues, make requests, and find answers to common questions. 
    In case of emergency, call 911.

    Report Issue or Make Request

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