The City of Redmond welcomes you!
Call (425) 556-2900 (extension 7) to:
Call 911 for police, fire and emergency medical attention.
Call 211 for assistance with rent, food, employment, legal issues, or related issues.
Learn how to travel through Redmond on roads, trails, buses, and trains.
Parks and Recreation
Visit our parks and trails. Rent picnic shelters and rooms for parties. Register for recreational classes, camps, and activities for all ages. Fee assistance is available.
Attend community events in Redmond that are open and free to the public.
Apply for or renew a City business license, which is required to conduct business inside of the Redmond city limits.
Permits and Regulations
If you plan to remodel or construct your home or building, or change the use of your property, contact the City at 425-556-2494.
To start or stop City water or sewer service, call 425-556-2152 or visit www.redmond.gov/458/New-Services-Changes.
Report a non-emergency issues online such as graffiti in a park or if sidewalk repairs are needed at www.redmond.gov/ServiceRequest.
People with Disabilities
Do you need a special accommodation to participate in a city event? Contact the City of Redmond Customer Service Center by calling 425-556-2900 (extension 7) or by visiting City Hall at 15670 NE 85th Street, Redmond.
Mobile Integrated Health
Emergency personnel will travel to your location to conduct basic health checks and complimentary safety inspections.
Crime Prevention Tips & Home Assessments
Learn to reduce the impact crime has on you.
Fire Prevention & Life Safety Training
Learn how to reduce the risk of fires.
Volunteer Your Time
There are many opportunities to volunteer your time with city events, habitat restoration, public safety, and through City boards and commissions.
The City of Redmond is governed by the Mayor and City Council. They meet nearly every week to learn about issues, discuss solutions and make decisions. You are welcome to view the City Council and Commission meeting agendas, minutes and videos online.
Contact the Mayor and City Council to share your opinion about topics under consideration or visit www.letsconnectredmond.com Opens a New Window. to give input on City projects.