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City invites feedback for Redmond Central Connector
The City of Redmond invites community residents to provide feedback on preliminary design concepts for the Redmond Central Connector at a community visioning session on Monday, Nov. 15 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Redmond City Hall Council Chambers, 15670 NE 85th Street.
The city is currently developing a master plan for the Redmond Central Connector, the goal of which is to develop a design for the property’s future. The concepts presented at this meeting are a result of analyzing many forms of public visioning including the Sept. 15 public visioning event, Commission meetings, Council meetings, stakeholder interviews and email correspondence.
“The redevelopment of this corridor will both redefine the heart of Redmond and respect Redmond’s history,” stated Carolyn Hope, Senior Park Planner and project manager. “Creative input from Redmond’s residents and business people is important to develop a plan that reflects the community’s values.”
The Redmond Central Connector includes a 3.89 mile long linear corridor extending from the east end of the Bear Creek Trail in Redmond Town Center to NE 124th Street. This area will build enhanced pedestrian and transit connections, personal interaction and opportunities to engage businesses with customers.
For more information on the meeting, contact Carolyn Hope at (425) 556-2313 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the project, visit www.redmond.gov/rcc.