Proposed Minor Code Changes

The City of Redmond periodically proposes amendments to the Redmond Zoning Code and Redmond Municipal Code as part of regular cleanup. These Amendments include corrections such as:

  • References to the Redmond Zoning Code and other regulations
  • Scrivener’s errors
  • Terminology for consistency with federal, state, and local laws

Refer to the Zoning Map (zoning districts across the city) for additional reference when reviewing proposed amendments.

Project Actions and Milestones

Project Actions and Milestones
Date Milestone Action
Q3 2022 Preliminary Conceptual Drafts Preliminary conceptual drafts of the annual minor code clean ups and corrections are being addressed as a component of RZC ReWrite Phase 2.
June 21, 2022 City Council The City Council adopted amendments to the Redmond Zoning Code per Phase 1, Bridge, and Annual Cleanup amendments. Refer to Ordinance 3083, effective July 2, 2022.

The Council also remanded and provided recommendations regarding the Town Center (TWNC) portion of the amendments (minor amendments reflecting remandment). These will be reviewed by the Planning Commission before returning to the City Council for subsequent action.

Become a Party of Record

Submit your contact information including your name, business name, address, phone, and email Kimberly Dietz.  You will receive updates regarding current and future minor amendments to Redmond’s code. (RZC 21.78 Definitions - Party of Record)

Recent Actions

  • 2020-2021 annual minor, non-substantive amendments were made to the Redmond Zoning Code, with City Council's February 16, 2021 adoption. Material currently available via the City Council's agenda package while the ordinances are undergoing final processing and publication. (Ord. 3028 (PDF)) 
  • Phase II of minor, non-substantive amendments was completed in November 2019 (Ord. 2978 (PDF))
    • The City Council adopted the recommended amendments to the Redmond Zoning Code on November 19, 2019.  Refer to the Meeting Information Center for meeting video and minutes.  The City Council’s amendment packet and the Planning Commission’s report provide a comprehensive record of the amendment process.
  • Phase I of minor, non-substantive amendments was completed in April 2019 (Ord. 2958, 2959, 2960, and 2961 (PDFs)).