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April 6, 2023
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Marymoor Community Center, Room 202

6505 176th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052
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Open House: The Future of Southeast Redmond

Thursday, April 6, 2023

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Join us for an open house to learn about and provide input on changes coming to Southeast Redmond!

The open house will have three stations set up, and attendees can rotate through all the stations or spend time with staff at one or two stations that most interest you. There will be no formal presentation but instead will have information and engagement activities at each station.  

Station One - 
Redmond Way Corridor 
Station Two -
Marymoor Village 
Station Three - 
SE Redmond Industrial Center
  • Gathering community input on how we can improve pedestrian mobility in the corridor
  • Zoning and land uses between the centers (east side of Redmond Way)
  • Light Rail Accessibility & Routes to Rails information
  • Zoning changes to accommodate growth (between the Trail and Redmond Way)
  • Marymoor center - boundary change ideas (request for considering expansion across Redmond Way)
  • Marymoor Design Standards updates
  • Allowed uses / focus of center 
  • Boundary confirmation 
  • What does being in the center mean for existing businesses and property owners

 >> Learn more about updates to centers and corridors

Marymoor Community Center, Multipurpose Room 202 (upstairs)

Drop in any time from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

6505 176th Ave NE


Can't make it to the Open House? Share your ideas online.

Provide input on changes coming to Southeast Redmond and also share your ideas of neighborhood design features that should be considered for the inclusive neighborhood pilot project. Use these idea board to share your vision and ideas with images, links, words, poems, or upload your own drawings. 

SE Redmond Ideas     Inclusive Neighborhood Ideas

Accessibility Questionnaire
| Community members, caregivers, and service providers familiar with mobility challenges are invited to share your thoughts and experiences with us as we seek to improve the experience of all Redmond residents while traveling to light rail.

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