Housing, Homelessness & Human Services

Redmond strives to be a strong community in which all residents have access to services and opportunities needed to thrive.

The City of Redmond’s Housing, Homelessness and Human Services Division works toward achieving a socially sustainable community. This means ensuring the existence of a stable human services infrastructure able to respond to growing and shifting demand for service. A strong human services infrastructure will demonstrate capacity to ensure availability of services, equitable access, and measurable impact. In addition, Redmond’s Comprehensive Plan encourages a variety of housing types to meet the needs of residents of all ages, abilities and levels of income.  To address housing needs, the City utilizes a variety of land use tools and incentives as well as partnerships with other organizations to continue to expand the supply and variety of affordable housing.

  1. Housing
  2. Homelessness
  3. Human Services

Through the Comprehensive Plan, the community has expressed that it values encouraging the provision of a variety of housing choices for people of a variety of ages and incomes. The City has adopted policies in the Housing Element of its Comprehensive Plan that speak directly to those values, and has set in motion a number of initiatives consistent with them.

View more information about housing in Redmond.

Additional Resources

A Regional Coalition for Housing logo

A Regional Coalition for Housing

Resources for affordable housing in East King County

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The City's Response to Homelessness

Summary document of City's efforts.

King County 211 logo

King County 2-1-1

Resources for human services needs county-wide.