The Comprehensive Plan - Redmond 2030 - establishes the City's future vision and policy direction. Click the image above to access the document.
In addition to its 17 thematic chapters, or elements, Redmond 2030 includes supporting documents to address physical infrastructure. Known as functional plans, these documents are adopted by City Council and attached to the Comprehensive Plan by reference. They include:
2015-2016 Comprehensive Plan Amendments
Call for Proposals and Opportunities for Participation
The City invites individuals, businesses or organizations to submit applications for amendments to Redmond’s Comprehensive Plan and associated Zoning Code provisions.
The application process for Comprehensive Plan amendments includes two deadlines:
Round 1 Deadline: May 18, 2015
Applications must be submitted by email to email@example.com by 5PM on May 18, 2015 to be considered in the 2015-16 Comprehensive Plan Amendment docket. There is no fee to apply for a Comprehensive Plan amendment or associated Zoning Code changes.
Round 2 Deadline: May 29, 2015
If applications submitted during Round 1 are incomplete, City staff will notify applicants regarding portions that need attention. Applicants must provide complete applications by May 29, 2015 to be considered for inclusion in the 2015-16 docket.
Requesting a Comprehensive Plan Amendment
Any individual, organization, business, or other group may propose a Comprehensive Plan and associated Zoning Code amendment. Affected property owners must agree to site specific requests.
How To Apply
Start with this form. It is a required item within the application package, and provides links to other needed forms and instructions on how to submit items electronically. A consultation with staff is required before submitting the application. Details about the annual Comprehensive Plan amendment process are also provided in the City's notice letter to interested parties.
Stay Informed and Provide Comments
The Planning Commission will review proposed amendments and seek public comment during the review process. Meetings are open to the public and cablecast live on RCTV and cable channel 21 (repeated the following day and available on demand). Interested parties can track proposals via the Commission's Topics Under Review page.
Contact: Lori Peckol, Manager, Policy Planning, for more information
or to arrange a pre-consultation meeting: