Redmond City Hall. File photo

Redmond City Hall. File photo

Redmond City Hall to remain closed through April 30

The building will remain closed unless an earlier date is possible.

  • Wednesday, March 25, 2020 8:30am
  • News

In accordance with the Public Health — Seattle & King County guidelines to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Redmond City Hall will remain closed through April 30, unless an earlier date is possible.

The city’s emergency operations center (EOC) will continue to monitor and work closely with the King County emergency operations center.

According to a city press release, the remainder of city facilities will be closed to the public until further notice: Public Safety Building, Maintenance and Operations Center, fire stations, the Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village, the Old Firehouse Teen Center and the Farrel-McWhirter Barnyard.

Redmond police, fire and other critical city services are fully operational at this time, the release states. City staff are teleworking while facilities are closed.

For development services, call 425-556-2473. For police non-emergency dispatch, call 425-556-2500.


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