As the City of Redmond actively prepared for the reopening of its city facilities, including City Hall, on Thursday, July 1 — the safety of our Redmond community and city staff is a top priority and the overriding goal of the city’s five-stage Stay Safe Reopening Plan. OneRedmond’s 2021 State of the City Summit convened everyone to find out the latest on the City’s programs, projects and initiatives as we focused on staying safe while connecting as a community. For those unable to join us live, we invite you to view the recording of the Summit on YouTube at https://youtu.be/7lbeoPHJ124.
In her second State of the City address, Mayor Angela Birney shared her updates on Redmond’s July reopening, along with her vision for Redmond’s Connected Community, Enhanced Livability and Sustainable Environment. She also reviewed the City’s future plans for moving forward together and engaged in an interactive Q&A with Angie Hinojos, Executive Director, Centro Cultural Mexicano and Lalita Uppala, Executive Director, India Association of Western Washington.