Redmond Community Indicators

Working to achieve the community's vision

Redmond Community Indicators is a tool for assessing progress toward achieving the eight broad community goals that underpin Redmond's Comprehensive Plan. See below for annual reports and for information on specific indicators, updated as new information becomes available.

Annual Reports

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Annual Summary Pamphlets

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Indicators by Goal (update year indicated in each file)

Conserve

Achieved vs. Allowed Residential Density
Water Consumption
Waste & Recycling
Stream Health

Character

Access to Parks and Trails
Crime Statistics
Fire & EMS Response Times
Fire Prevention Statistics
Fire, Police, EMS Calls for Service
Graduation Rates
Street Trees

Choices

Access to Convenience Goods & Services
Access to Transit
Housing Affordability
Housing Trust Fund
Housing Choice
Land Capacity vs. Growth Planning Targets
Residents per Employee

Centers

Centers Investment
Downtown & Overlake Employment
Growth in Centers

Commerce

Population and Employment
Income & Poverty
Licensed Businesses
Share of Regional Employment

Culture

Large Event Attendance
Recreational Enrollment

Connections

Metro & Sound Transit Ridership
Local Transit Service
Commute Trip Reduction & School Bus Ridership
Peak Hour Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)
Traffic Growth
Bicycle & Pedestrian Environments
Collisions
Concurrency & CIP Completion
Three-year Priority Action Plan Status

Community

Community Engagement
Human Services
Neighborhood Matching Fund
Online Permits
Website Views
Annexation

Contact:
Jeff Churchill
425-556-2492

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