Dowtown Redmond

DOWNTOWN VISION

Downtown is in the midst of a major transformation that will shape its future through 2030. Creating Choice ~ Connecting Community points toward the City’s dual vision for enhanced downtown activity, new transit options and even greater access to open spaces. It incorporates:
  • a two acre park,
  • new trails and transit connections
  • historic, commercial and residential spaces that unfold in and around an energetic and vibrant Downtown.


DOWNTOWN PROJECTS

Several City and private projects in the planning stages are currently under construction. Others have been completed and are either leased or in the process of being leased. Many of the projects are mixed commercial and residential use, while others incorporate innovative elements of mixed use and greens scapes; all of which will create a dynamic City vision as developed through its Comprehensive Plan.

Public Projects Private Projects

UPCOMING DOWNTOWN EVENTS

3 May

Festival Feedback: A Public Forum on Arts  Downtown
Starting at 2:00pm
Red 160
16015 Cleveland St
(Corner of Cleveland St and 161st Ave NE)

Workshops:

Developers & property owners: Receive FREE feedback on how art can enhance design and economic development for your Redmond-based projects
Artists: Receive FREE feedback on your Redmond-based projects.

 

Forum:

Engage in issues of art in urban design and economic development with:

  • John Marchione | Mayor
  • John Rubin | Artist
  • Barbara Luecke | Sound Transit Art
  • Robert Pantley| Vision 5
  • and others

 

Conversation:

Keep the conversation going in a festival atmosphere:

  • Food Trucks
  • Bar Crawl featuring Redmond establishments
  • Interactive art activity
  • Availability of City staff for feedback

 

 

Public Art Forum

 

 

18 May

Archeology For the Curious
8:00am - 4:00pm
Redmond City Hall
15670 NE 85th St

Experts from Washington Department of Transportation, Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Muckleshoot, Snoqualmie
and Stillaguamish Tribes, and SWCA Environmental Consultants will make presentations.

 

MORNING SESSION: Archaeology basics, getting involved with archaeology as a citizen

 

AFTERNOON SESSION: What Redmond was like 10,000 years ago, local history of the Bear Creek site, and hands-on activities.


RSVP:
BearCreek@redmond.gov
or call 425.556.2723
All materialwill be provided
Refreshments will be provided,
Lunch on your own.

 

12-13July

Redmond Derby Days

Friday (5-10pm) - Saturday (10am-10pm)
Redmond City Hall

The 73rd annual version of Redmond Derby Days is coming up!

  • Parades
  • Criterium
  • Music
  • and much more!
For all the details please visit www.RedmondDerbyDays.com

 

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27-28 July

Anandamela                           

Time: See website for details
Redmond City Hall

"Ananda Mela" is the largest festival in the Northwest showcasing the diversity of incredible India. It is a FREE outdoor festival held at the Redmond City Hall campus, drawing thousands of attendees over a glorious summer weekend. Many cultures. Many art forms. Many cuisines. Many regions. Many languages. Many gods and goddesses. Many landscapes. Many colors. So diverse yet so united. So ancient yet so modern. So grand. So majestic. So mysterious. That’s incredible India.”



Full Details at: www.anandamela.org/



Ananda Mela

Downtown Vision