We Are Here To Help

Running a business during construction brings challenges and OneRedmond, and its partners SoundTransit, the SBDC, REACH, and the City of Redmond are here to help. Below are direct contacts who can assist with your questions.

OneRedmond

OneRedmond’s mission is to connect commerce to community. Assisting existing businesses and the surrounding neighborhoods during transitions such as the construction period of light rail is part of our job. E-mail or call us with your questions or concerns. 

City of Redmond

The City of Redmond has a dedicated team of engineers and advisors working with Sound Transit on the four light rail stations coming to Redmond in 2023 and 2024.

Sound Transit

For specific questions regarding the construction of the light rail extension in Redmond, Sound Transit’s Community Outreach Specialist II Ryan Bianchi may be able to assist. 

206.398.5070

ryan.bianchi@soundtransit.org

SBDC

The Redmond Small Business Development Center provides advising services to small business owners and entrepreneurs in Redmond and Bellevue who want to start, grow, or transition their business. Giselle Saguid is available to meet with business owners in any industry and at any stage of the business cycle, and also specializes in tech commercialization and e-businesses.

425.640.1435

giselle.saguid@wsbdc.org

REACH King County

REACH offers one-on-one consultation with business owners, operators, and managers to assess the most urgent needs for success and growth. The organization serves as an information center and resource navigator to answer questions about benefits, exemptions, and programs offered in your business’s jurisdiction and also connects your business with other businesses in the area, small and large, to draw beneficial financial and resource-based partnerships.