Our commitment to the Environment , Livability , and Community for the future of Redmond Our Stories. Our Redmond.
A MESSAGE FROM Mayor Angela Birney I am honored to have the opportunity to serve as Redmond’s Mayor. It is a responsibility that I expect to come with many rewards and challenges. I would like to share my vision, what your department will be focusing on in the new year, my commitment to each of you, and how we will be informing the community and organization. MY VISION Redmond is a connected community that enhances livability and sustains the environment, and that places Redmond as a leader locally, regionally, and nationally. DEPARTMENT ROLES Directors will be working with their departments to develop focused workplans that support the vision. COMMITMENT TO YOU Staff development is vital to our growing city and organization - developing broad skill bases, expanding experience, and supporting the next generation of leaders to carry forward the vision and mission. This involves training, mentoring, coaching, and opportunities to work collaboratively on cross-departmental teams. COMMUNICATION AND INVOLVEMENT Our efforts will provide transparent, timely, and clear communication to the organization and community. I’m excited to connect with you and your department. I know a lot of you have new ideas and solutions, and I hope you’ll share those with me as I start to make my way around to meet with each department the week of January 13. You can also send me your thoughts. As an organization, we have opportunities to work together to improve upon what we’ve built and ensure that Redmond remains a city where all are welcome, and all thrive! This is Our Story, Our Redmond.
With sincere appreciation,
Community Input and Involvement
Outcomes for Community
GETTING OUT AND ABOUT IN OUR COMMUNITY IS WHERE THE MAGIC REALLY HAPPENS.
1,351 ACRES OF PARK LAND
59 MILES OF TRAILS
REDMOND FIRE HAS A 53% CARDIAC SURVIVAL RATE ONE OF THE HIGHEST IN THE NATION
2,651 CITY VOLUNTEERS GAVE OVER 25,347 HOURS IN 2018
HERE’S WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Community Events Welcoming Redmond Economic Development Public Safety Budgeting by Priorities Human Services Let’s Connect Redmond Community Feedback Forum
REDMOND EXPERIENCED A 12.6% DECREASE IN CRIME RATE FOR THE LAST REPORTED YEAR (2018)
LEARN MORE: redmond.gov/Community redmond.gov/EconomicDevelopment
OUR WORK FOSTERS COMMUNITY AND ENSURES A PLACE FOR EVERYONE IN REDMOND.
• Redmond Pool Improvements • Welcoming Redmond Initiative • Fire Department Master Plan
NEAR-TERM (0-12 MONTHS) • Budgeting by Priorities 2021/2022 • Enhanced Stakeholder Involvement • Redmond Pool Grand Opening • Public Records Management • Investing in Staff Development
MID-TERM (2-3 YEARS)
• Enhance External Communications • Redmond Senior Center Construction • Light Rail Arrives in Overlake in 2023
LONG-TERM (4-6 YEARS) • Light Rail Arrives in Downtown in 2024 • Overlake Development • Comprehensive Plan 2050
BEING CLOSE TO WHAT MATTERS THE MOST… ENHANCES LIVABILITY.
WALK SCORE: 80 IN DOWNTOWN REDMOND
38% TREE CANOPY COVERS THE CITY
LIGHT RAIL COMING TO REDMOND 2023/24
VOTED #12 BEST PLACE TO LIVE
BY MONEY MAGAZINE IN 2019
2,397 AFFORDABLE DWELLING UNITS
HERE’S WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Light Rail Extension Housing Choices Water Quality Mobility Options Redmond Central Connector III Transportation Master Plan Urban Centers
PROCESSED 6,343 BUSINESS LICENSES IN 2018
WE ARE DEDICATED TO IMPROVING LIVABILITY.
• Housing Choices Initiative • Overlake Neighborhood Plan • Transportation Master Plan • North South Corridor Study
NEAR-TERM (0-12 MONTHS) • Identify and Implement Development Services Enhancements • Mobility Planning • Targeted Investments in Infrastructure • Smart City Integration
MID-TERM (2-3 YEARS)
• Light Rail Integration Planning • Enhanced Mobility Connectivity
LONG-TERM (4-6 YEARS) • Comprehensive Plan Updates and 2050 Vision • Light Rail Launch • 6-Year CIP
CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT ISN’T JUST ABOUT NOW, IT’S ABOUT THE FUTURE.
166,752 GALLONS OF WATER SAVED THROUGH
4,062 ACRES OF TREE CANOPY
44.5% OF WASTE IS BEING DIVERTED FROM LANDFILL
NEARLY 40% OF OUR WATER COMES FROM AN UNDERGROUND
AQUIFER IN REDMOND
HERE’S WHAT WE’RE WORKING ON: Tree Canopy Program Forested Park Land and Tree Restoration
25% OF CITY VEHICLES ARE GREEN (ELECTRIC, PLUG-IN HYBRID, HYBRID, PROPANE)
Groundwater Protection Initiative Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas Greening the Fleet Go Redmond Commuter Assistance Waste Reduction
LEARN MORE: redmond.gov/Environment
LEADING PROGRESS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN OUR REGION FOR THE ENVIRONMENT NOW AND IN THE FUTURE.
• Tree Canopy Implementation • Groundwater Protection Initiative • Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas • Environmental Sustainability Study
NEAR-TERM (0-12 MONTHS) • Draft Environmental Sustainability Plan • Hire Environmental Sustainability Manager • Continued Implementation of Watershed Management Plan
MID-TERM (2-3 YEARS)
• Environmental Community Outreach • Organizational Integration of Environmental Sustainability • Performance Metrics Development
LONG-TERM (4-6 YEARS) • Refine Environmental Sustainability Strategy • Performance Metric Progress and Refinement • New Technology Integration
The City of Redmond assures that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or gender, as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity. For more information about Title VI, please visit redmond.gov/TitleVI. 无歧视声明可在本市的网址 redmond.gov/TitleVI 上查阅 | El aviso contra la discriminación está disponible en redmond.gov/TitleVI.Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16
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