Focus on Redmond - Winter 2018

Help make Redmond’s Parks and Trails Accessible for All Do you love parks? So do we! We are making it easier to get around our parks and trails. The City strives to build community through people, parks, and programs, and the ADA transition plan will make sure that all community members can participate in our programs and play in our parks. This effort has identified all the areas that do not meet accessibility standards, which can include parking, paths, picnic tables, playgrounds, sports fields, and more. The next steps are to prioritize which parks and trails to tackle first and then to make sure that we effectively implement the changes to make Redmond’s parks accessible to all. We have been working with a stakeholder group to get more insight into priorities, but we want to hear from you. To learn more about the effort and to provide input, please go to redmond.gov/ParksADA.

have been audited to make sure that everyone, regardless of ability, can enjoy the recreational and cultural programs we offer. 47 39 Miles of Trails Parks and

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