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Posted on: September 26, 2022

Community Invited to Hear Project Ideas to Enhance Redmond’s Parks and Recreation

REDMOND, WA – Join the City of Redmond to discuss the future of Redmond Parks and Recreation at an online or in-person meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 5, in Council Chambers at Redmond City Hall (15670 NE 85th Street). City staff have spent the summer listening to community ideas for future parks projects. At the meeting, attendees will hear how the Parks, Arts, Recreation, Culture, and Conservation (PARCC) Plan will be updated based on what staff learned from the community outreach, including ideas and potential projects that will be included in the update. The meeting will offer live interpretation services in Spanish, Mandarin, and Russian.

“Thanks to our engaged Redmond community, we’ve heard exciting ways to enhance our parks, trails, open spaces, and community centers,” said Mayor Angela Birney. “Next we will prioritize the projects to determine what’s possible, and we need the community’s voice to guide us in this step too.”

The PARCC Plan will guide how the City manages and enhances parks, playgrounds, community centers, forests, and trails over the next six to 10 years. It also informs future programs, activities, and events.  

Learn more about the project, how to register for the meeting, and alternative ways to give feedback at LetsConnectRedmond.com/PARCC or contact Senior Planner Caroline Chapman at ckchapman@redmond.gov.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Jill E. Smith, Communications Manager
jesmith@redmond.gov, 425-556-2448

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