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1. What is the difference between Resident and Non-Resident Registration?
2. How can I identify the correct Resident or Non-Resident pricing?
3. Are there age requirements for Redmond recreation activities?
4. Where can I find your medical information and authorization form?
5. Does the City of Redmond offer any fee assistance for recreation programs and activities?
6. What are Redmond Parks and Recreation's policies for withdrawals & refunds?

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1. How will I use bike share?
2. How will bike share be implemented?
3. When would bike share be implemented?
4. How will the City control bike clutter and parking?
5. How much will this cost the City?
6. Why is Redmond considering implementing bike share?
7. What are other neighboring cities doing?
8. What about helmets?
9. If I see a bike that is parked wrong, on my property or needs maintenance, what do I do?
10. Other Resources

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1. What types of businesses need to have a business license?
2. What entities are exempt from business licensing requirements?
3. How long is the license in effect?
4. Can I assume the former owner's license?
5. How soon will I get my license?
6. What happens if I move my business to a new location?
7. What happens if I add another location within the Redmond City limits?
8. What are the funds collected from Business Licensing used for?
9. When is a business license denied?
10. How do outside contractors and consultants determine the license fee?
11. When there are no employees actually working in the City, as is the case with telecommunications providers, how is the fee determined?
12. Does the City of Redmond charge quarterly taxes on incomes?
13. What if my business is located outside of Redmond?
14. Who can help me confirm the zoning requirements applicable to the location of my business?
15. What is a home based business?
16. What are miscellaneous businesses?
17. What if I'm not able to use the online system?

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1. How often is my meter read?
2. How do I prevent my pipes from freezing?
3. How can I thaw frozen pipes?
4. Who is responsible for fixing leaks?
5. How do I check for a leak?
6. How can I locate a leak?
7. Should I hire a plumber or do it myself?

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1. Where can a home business be located?
2. Can I operate more than one business out of my house?
3. What types of home businesses are currently in the City?
4. Can a home business store goods, materials, or products outside their home?
5. Do I need to occupy the home where my business is located?
6. How many employees can I have working at my home business?
7. Does the City restrict certain materials from entering my neighborhood?
8. Can a home business build an illuminated storefront entrance or display a sign?
9. How many customers can a home business generate?
10. Can I operate an auto repair business out of my home?
11. Is there a limit on the number of business vehicles I can operate in my home business?
12. Who reviews home business licenses?
13. How do I know if the type of business I want to start is allowed in my home?
14. How can I apply for a home business license?

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1. Is a permit required for all permanent signs in the City? And is there a cost involved?
2. How do I get a sign permit?
3. Is there a height restriction on signs?
4. What are the rules for political signs?
5. Are businesses allowed to advertise with sandwich board signs?
6. What about real estate properties? Are they allowed to display sandwich board signs?
7. How many signs are permitted for a multi-tenant building?
8. How many signs may I display at my construction site? Do I need to remove my signs each night?
9. Does the City allow moving signs?
10. What other signs are prohibited?
11. What does the City do with illegal signs?

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1. What do I do with a dead tree on my property? I'm afraid it's going to fall over on my house.
2. Why must I get a permit if I just want to get rid of a tree in my own yard?
3. How many trees can I remove?
4. What can I do about a neighbor's tree? Its leaves are falling on to my property; in fact, the whole tree is about to fall on to my property.
5. How do I determine what kind of trees to replant?

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1. My neighbor has a vehicle sitting in his driveway with license tabs that expired over a year ago. Is this legal? Does the vehicle need updated tabs?
2. What about a disabled vehicle? Another neighbor has a broken down truck that has been parked in his side yard for over six months. Can he just leave it there?
3. What does the City do about abandoned vehicles?

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1. What is a Special Event?
2. How Much Does it Cost?
3. How Long Does it Take?
4. What are the reasons for denying a Special Event Permit?
5. What can I do if I feel that my permit has been unfairly denied?

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1. What’s in my water? Is it safe to drink?
2. Is there fluoride in my water?
3. Do I need a water filter in my home?
4. What is the Chromium-6 Report?
5. Why is there chlorine in the water?
6. Where does my water come from?
7. Do I have hard or soft water?
8. Why does my water sometimes have an odd taste and other times it doesn’t?

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1. What should I include in an emergency kit?
2. Where should I keep emergency supplies?
3. What county, state, and federal resources are available to help me prepare for a disaster?
4. How often are emergency plans updated?

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3. What is an MOU?
4. When can I register for Stop the Bleed training?

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1. What is a rain garden?
2. How do rain gardens work?
3. What is permeable asphalt?
4. What is compost amended soil?
5. What is a green roof?
6. What is tree preservation?

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1. Who may apply?
2. How do I apply?
3. What kind of projects are eligible?
4. How are projects evaluated?
5. How does the Neighborhood Matching Fund work?
6. What are the basic requirements for developing a Neighborhood Match project?
7. Who is responsible for project maintenance?
8. What is the timeline for project approval through completion?

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1. Where can I park in Downtown Redmond?
2. I live in Downtown Redmond. Where can my visitors park?
3. How long can I park on the street in Downtown Redmond?
4. What happens if I park too long?
5. Can I move my car after the signed time limit to avoid a ticket?
6. Why does the City of Redmond have time-limited parking?
7. Can I park at the Transit Center Park-and-Ride if I’m not taking transit?
8. How do I purchase an on-street parking permit?
9. I’d like to purchase a year-long permit. Can I do that?
10. My employer does not provide parking. What are my options?
11. I have a disability and am not able to walk far distances. Where should I park?
12. There are unauthorized people parking in my parking lot. What do I do about that?
13. Can I park at City Hall?
14. Are there public parking lots available?
15. Who do I contact if I have questions or concerns about parking?

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1. What codes are adopted by the City of Redmond?
2. What type of work is exempt from a permit?
3. All I am doing is constructing or removing a wall, do I need a permit?
4. Do I need a permit to build a deck?
5. When do I need a Demolition Permit?
6. Is a permit required for a detached storage/play shed?
7. Do I need a permit to construct a fence?
8. What are the construction hours in the City of Redmond?
9. What do I need to know when hiring a contractor?

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1. When is a Coordinated Civil Review Process Required?
2. When do I need a Clearing and Grading Permit?
3. How do I request a deviation?
4. How long is the Coordinated Civil Review Process?
5. What determines the actual meter size for fire supply?
6. How do I modify my water service?
7. What types of Hydrant Use permits are there?
8. How do I cancel my hydrant permit?
9. Do I need to get a construction permit from the Department of Ecology?

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1. I’m concerned, what can I do?
2. I discovered an encampment, what can I do?
3. I called the police, but the tent is still there. What now?
4. Why doesn’t the city do something about panhandling?
5. How can I help someone who asks for money?
6. What should I know about panhandling?

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1. How does the Transfer of Development Rights Program work?
2. Who benefits from this Transfer of Development Rights Program?
3. How much do Transfers of Development Rights cost?
4. How many Transfer of Development Rights can I send from my property?
5. How do I participate if I own land within a sending area?
6. How do I participate if I own land in a receiving area?
7. Where are the sending areas located?
8. Where are the receiving areas located?
9. Who may purchase development rights?
10. How do I get additional information regarding the Transfer of Development Rights program?

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1. I'm an identity theft victim, what should I do?
2. How was my information stolen?
3. How do I know if my information has been stolen?
4. How can I avoid identity theft?

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1. What do I do if online reporting is not right for me?
2. What if this happened in another city? Can I still file a report here?
3. What if this happened on a state freeway?
4. What is a known suspect?

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1. Can cities restrict where sex offenders live?
2. How does Redmond Police Department notify people about offenders?
3. What does it mean to be a registered sex offender?
4. Besides registering, what else is a registered sex offender required to do?
5. How can we make sure children are safe?
6. Do offenders have restrictions on where they can live?
7. What do I do if I see the offender doing something I think is suspicious?

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1. Where do potholes come from?
2. How do I report a pothole?

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1. What everyone can bring
2. What ONLY RESIDENTS can bring
3. Restricted items
4. Electronics
5. Household hazardous materials
6. Medicine drop boxes
7. Styrofoam & Paper Shredding ONLY events

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1. Do I have to be a Redmond resident to participate at the Senior Center?
2. Does the Senior Center provide transportation?
3. Is there a fee to join the Redmond Senior Center?
4. Do you provide care giver service?

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1. How long does it take to get a permit?
2. How much does it cost?
3. Why would I need a bond?
4. Do I need a Right-of-Way permit for a moving pod?
5. I am having a load of bark (topsoil, rock, etc.) delivered to my house. Can it be dumped on the street or sidewalk?

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1. How do I determine the Sight Triangle on my property?
2. Do large trees or fences have to be removed?
3. Will the city cover the cost of this work?
4. Why am I being notified now?
5. How much notice is the city giving homeowners?
6. What if I can't complete the work by the deadline?
7. I see other properties that are obstructing sight distance triangles, did they also receive a notice?
8. Can I install a convex mirror instead of removing the visual obstruction?
9. Why wasn't this issue addressed when the home was developed?
10. Can someone from the city look at my specific property?
11. Is there an appeals process?

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1. Drivers are speeding on my street. Can I get a stop sign installed?
2. How can I report a Stop sign that is missing or has been knocked down?
3. I need a street name sign on my street. How can I get one?
4. I want a "Children at Play" sign installed in my neighborhood. How can I get one?

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1. What is stormwater?
2. How does stormwater affect pollution?
3. How does stormwater increase flooding?
4. What are ways to help prevent stormwater flooding and pollution?
5. What is a Media Filter?
6. What is a Stormwater Treatment Wetland?
7. How is the Stormwater Fee calculated?
8. How are stormwater funds used?
9. How do I pay my utility bill?
10. What is being done to manage Stormwater?
11. How do I correct or change the billing address for my stormwater bill?

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1. How does street sweeping benefit our community?
2. When does street sweeping occur?
3. How can I help the street sweepers?
4. Why wasn't street sweeping completed in front of my house?
5. Why does the City provide limited public notification of street cleaning schedules?

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1. What are the water and wastewater rate drivers?
2. What factors contribute to increases in water and wastewater rates?
3. What are the stormwater rate drivers?
4. What factors contribute to increases in stormwater rates?

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1. What are the water and wastewater rate drivers?
2. What are the regional costs of water and wastewater services?

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1. How does my wastewater get into the City of Redmond’s sewer?
2. How close to my lateral sewer pipe can I plant trees?
3. What can I do to prevent sanitary sewer back-ups?
4. What causes a sewer to back-up?
5. Can I plant over manholes or clean outs in my yard?
6. What causes sewer odors in my home?
7. What should I do if I have a sewer back-up?
8. How can I find out if there is a wastewater utility easement on my property and what activities are permitted within that area?
9. I have a grinder or STEP (Septic Tank Effluent Pumping) system. How do these systems work? Is there anything else I should know?
10. How can I tell that I have a problem with my plumbing?
11. Where do the majority of sewer back-ups occur?
12. Will the City "unclog" my lateral sewer pipe?
13. What are those City of Redmond Wastewater trucks doing in my street?
14. Who do I contact if I need work performed on my lateral sewer pipe?
15. How can I determine where my lateral sewer pipe is located?
16. Who do I contact if a back-up in the City’s sewer main has caused damage to my property?