Stakeholder group to present recommendations on future of community centers Tuesday

  • Monday, April 10, 2017 10:33am
  • Life

Community members are encouraged to attend the Redmond City Council study session at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Redmond City Hall (15670 N.E. 85th St.) to listen to the final recommendations of the stakeholder group for the city’s community centers project, which are based on public feedback.

This meeting will also be available on RCTV and streamed online.

In October 2016, the City of Redmond initiated a public engagement effort to educate the community about challenges and opportunities facing Redmond’s community centers. After two months of outreach, the city sought the community’s opinions on the level of urgency to take action, priority amenities and locations and funding options for community centers. Throughout the process, a stakeholder group convened to assist in the public engagement effort and summarize the data collected from the broader community into a set of recommendations for the commissions and City Council.

For questions and more information about this project, visit www.redmondscommunitycenters.com.

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