Wednesday, May 14 at 7 pm
Redmond City Hall, Council Chambers
City of Redmond planning officials are hosting a second neighborhood meeting regarding the Anjumann E. Burhani Mosque project. Tonight’s meeting is a continuation from the first neighborhood meeting held on April 30, 2014 and will further collect input from community members that did not have an opportunity to share their questions at the first meeting.
At this time, the City is still in the data collection process with community members and will provide detailed answers to all questions received at a third neighborhood meeting; date and time to be determined.
Next steps - as a result of the April 30 neighborhood meeting and the questions fielded so far, City officials have asked the Anjumann E. Burhani applicants to provide additional project information in response to addressing the community’s questions and will no longer present this project at the May 15 Design Review Board meeting.
Once the City has determined the applicants have adequately addressed the issues, a third neighborhood meeting will be conducted to share the applicant’s updated information and answer all the additional community members’ questions. Until this process is completed no further project application action will be processed.
Media inquiries can be sent to Anne Marie Peacock at (cell) 425-256-0923 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: 15252 NE 51st St
Project Type and Number: Site Plan Entitlement, LAND 2013-00171 Vicinity Map; Notice of Application; Process Flow Chart
The property owner’s objective is to construct a 2-story plus basement mosque on property that is bordered on the west by SR 520 and on the south by SE 51st Street. Residential properties are to the north and east. The mosque is intended to serve an ultimate congregation of less than 250 members. The mosque will house such activities as prayer rooms, classrooms, a kitchen and dining area and an on-site and family occupied parsonage/residence for site security. Approximately 36 parking stalls will be provided which will service the needs of the congregation for all of their weekly activities. The parking lot will be accessed via NE 51st Street via an access drive serving the site exclusively.
Tree Preservation Plan
Additional Project Notices
Neighborhood Meeting 04-30-14
Design Review Board Materials
Transportation Management Plan