Community Involvement Guidebook

Everyone Has a Stake in Downtown Park

What’s Yours?

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Grab a marker

Find a stake

Write an idea about what YOU want to see in Downtown Park!

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Don’t forget to return the markers!

Wander through the wooden stakes Share your ideas for the future Explore the ideas from others The City of Redmond partnered with a team of landscape architects, planners and an artist who will develop three design concepts based on ideas from the community. These concepts will be presented at Derby Days, where you can vote on your favorite. The Story Behind the Stakes The “stake” idea was developed by Jill Anholt, the project artist. Stakes were painted by students from Redmond Elementary and the Old Firehouse Teen Center. City of Redmond staff from the following departments assisted in the planning, painting, installation, and public notification of the project: Park Operations, Park Planning & Arts and Culture, Recreation, Natural Resources, and Communications. Thanks everyone!

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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 discrimina- tion 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.

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