Let's Stay In Touch
Get and stay connected by sharing your contact information with City staff as part of the Neighborhood Network. Digital contacts help us share timely information and save on printing and postage. You can:
- "Like" your neighborhood Facebook page
- Sign up for your neighborhood news through Redmond e-Alerts
- Send your name and e-mail to Kimberly Dietz, 425-556-2415 Senior Planner and Neighborhood Network program coordinator.
Let’s Plan Our Conversations
The Neighborhood Network program focuses on topics that are important to you, particularly during the annual neighborhood meetings. What are the most important topics to you? Please share your ideas for the 2014 Neighborhood Network series here.
Let's Talk About Family-Friendly Housing
Help us ensure that Redmond's urban center neighborhoods are vibrant neighborhoods for all ages. What makes a place comfortable and inviting to your family - including everyone from age 0 to over 100? What works well and what should we plan for in Downtown and Overlake? Please share your ideas and what is important to you through this survey.
Let's Meet In Your Neighborhood
The Neighborhood Network program includes an opportunity for the City to come to you. Similar to National Night Out, we would enjoy partnering with you to coordinate Neighborhood Network conversations with you and your neighbors. Home owner associations, block watch groups, faith-based communities, and other groups can contact Kimberly Dietz, 425-556-2415 to schedule discussion topics. In the past, we've focused on topics important to neighborhoods such as public safety, transportation, natural resources, and local development projects.
2010 Idylwood Neighborhood
The Redmond City Council adopted updates to the Idylwood Neighborhood plan on Tuesday, August 17, 2010.
If you like, below are documents that help show the plan's progression. Included are the concerns and changes that were addressed as part of the City's review process.
Residents can begin to work with the neighborhood's "3rd Document". This is a working document that helps neighborhood citizens identify and prioritize action items for nearer term consideration and/or implementation.
As part of Redmond's new Neighborhood Network effort, staff will check in with the neighborhood on an annual basis to maintain and update the "3rd Document".