Saturday, January 21, 2017

Redmond Way Construction and Parking Updates

Thank you Paige Norman for posting this on your EdNA facebook site.  This conversion looks like an incredible amount of work.  Makes you wonder if they'll come close to completing it by.their estimated date.
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Estimated Completion: 4th Quarter, 2017
January 19th City road construction update:

• An excavation necessary at 164th Ave NE and Redmond Way to relocate an underground utility to make room for drainage placement.

 • We will continue to have two west bound lanes open on Redmond Way with periodic reductions to one west bound lane during the day. This configuration will be in place for the next several months.

• The contractor is continuing the ongoing placement of signal system work throughout the project; placement of underground conduits for PSE and Frontier as well as sewer line and drainage installations. 

• Zayo, a fiber optic utility provider, will be relocating their facilities along Redmond Way from Avondale Way to 164 Ave NE for the next few weeks.

• The Contractor is scheduling night work the week of the January 30th to install hydrants and drainage in traffic sensitive areas.  

Light Rail is Coming to Downtown Redmond

Voters approved ST3 which will bring Link light rail to Downtown Redmond in 2024. But what will that look like, where will the station be located Downtown, and how will our current transit service integrate with light rail? Come learn about options and give your input. Join us for a public meeting on Jan. 26, 6-8 pm at Redmond City Hall.

Live or Work Downtown? Catch the free shuttle from several apartment locations Downtown and we'll bring you right to City Hall. Click here and scroll down to "Free Shuttle to Public Meeting" for the shuttle details on the route and times.
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Free Parking for Downtown Customers
Did you know the public parking lot located at the corner of Bear Creek Parkway and Leary Way offers customers to Downtown businesses 92 free parking spaces? The lot is free for 4-hours on weekdays, and also in the evenings after 7pm, as well as all-day weekends and holidays. Next time you are visiting Downtown Redmond, try parking here and enjoy the short walk to many Downtown businesses.
 More information on Downtown Parking is available at

 Per Jilll Smith:-- email for more information. 

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