Involvement

The 2010-2011 Comprehensive Plan periodic update is complete! Thank you to everyone who participated in the process. The final (and currently effective) Comprehensive Plan document is available here. Information about annual Comprehensive Plan amendments is available here.

Note: This web page and sub-pages will no longer be updated, but remains posted for archiving purposes. For current Comprehensive Planning information, please visit the annual docketing page.  

 



Your participation is essential in updating the Comprehensive Plan for 2030!From receiving email updates to attending Plan update events, there are a variety of ways to stay involved. We look forward to hearing from you!

November 3rd Livable Redmond Event
 

Did you miss the event on Nov 3 known as Livable Redmond: A Community Conversation About Sustainability? The Final Report captures event highlights, including six major sustainability principles and benefits emerging from this productive community conversation. 

Livable Redmond Final Report available here.

The report summarizes event preparation and execution, outreach methods, and major concepts generated through citizen input. Verbatim comments and event-related materials are included as appendices.

On November 3, 2010, the City held a community conversation to answer the question, "What does sustainability mean to Redmond?" Approximately 85 citizens attended the event at City Hall, which included displays for the Comprehensive Plan and Transportation Master Plan updates, followed by a keynote presentation from Andy Wappler, former meteorologist and current Vice President of Corporate Affairs for Puget Sound Energy.

Andy's talk enlivened the evening, and inspired ideas for eight small group discussions that followed. Attendees were treated to a healthy and delicious dinner courtesy of PCC Natural Markets.

The evening closed with brief reports from each group, and Councilwoman Kim Allen noted the value of the input received, and explained how it will become a basis for policy development and future decision-making.

Participate during Planning Commission review

Day: 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Wednesdays of the month
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: City Council Chambers, Redmond City Hall, 15670 NE 85th Street

All Planning Commission meetings are open to the public and are also cablecast live on RCTV channel 21 and are web-streamed live and archived by RCTV. Also, you can view the Planning Commission's tentative extended calendar.

You are welcome to attend any meeting. The Commission reserves up to 15 minutes at the beginning of each meeting for public comment. You can also send comments in writing:
  • Email the Planning Commission
  • Mail to City of Redmond Planning Commission, Department of Planning and Community Development, MS 4SPL, PO Box 97010, Redmond, WA 98073-9710. Fax: 425-556-4242

Add your name to the list for information updates

To receive periodic updates about the 2011 Comprehensive Plan Update, send email to compplan@redmond.gov.

Contact Us

Have an idea or concern you'd like to discuss with city staff? Contact project leads Sarah Stiteler at 425-556-2469 or Pete Sullivan at 425-556-2406.