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Proposed Minor Corrections to the Redmond Zoning Code and Redmond Municipal Code

The City of Redmond periodically proposes amendments to the Redmond Zoning Code and Redmond Municipal Code as part of regular cleanup. Amendments such as these include corrections such as scrivener’s errors, references to the Redmond Zoning Code and other regulations, and terminology for consistency with federal, state, and local laws. Amendments proposed for review by the Redmond Planning Commission and review and action by the City Council are available here.

For additional information, contact Kimberly Dietz, 425-556-2415, kdietz@redmond.gov.

Recently Adopted Zoning Code Amendments

Proposal Status Contact
Zoning Code Amendments Regarding Permit Types and Procedures  Adopted:
Ord. 2924
Scott Reynolds
Zoning Code Amendments Regarding Wireless Communication Facilities Adopted:
Ord. 2919
Heather Maiefski 
Zoning Code Amendments Regarding Temporary Encampments
(more info)
Ord. 2873 
effective: 3/7/17   
David Lee
Marymoor Subarea Plan Amendments
Ord 2833
effective 6/17/17
Kim Dietz
or Jeff Churchill

More information about proposed amendments can be found on the Planning Commission's Topics Under Review page. See the Ordinances and Resolutions page for adopted amendments.

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For projects vested on or before April 15, 2011, please see the the old Redmond Community Development Guide on Code Publishing's website.


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