Redmond Senior and Community Center Stakeholder Group

The Stakeholder Group was formed in 2016 to discuss the options available for community and recreation space upon the transfer of the Old Redmond Schoolhouse back to Lake Washington School District. Since 2017, the Stakeholder Group has continued to provide recommendations to the Redmond City Council on:

  • Project timeline
  • Center amenities to prioritize
  • Locations for the new Center
  • Potential group partnerships
  • Project costs

In March 2020, the final recommendation from the Stakeholder Group was to construct an approximately 40,000 square foot Senior and Community Center with designated program space for seniors on the site of the old Redmond Senior Center. This new facility will be referred to as the Redmond Senior & and Community Center. See the March 2020 Stakeholder Group Summary Report for more information on their recommendation.

In 2021, the Stakeholder Group will continue to provide input on the Center design and amenities to City staff as the design process moves forward. Based on community and Stakeholder Group input, City staff will return to the Redmond City Council with schematic designs and cost estimates in July 2021.

If you are a community member and would like to learn more about past or future Stakeholder Group meetings, click on the drop-down below.

Members of the Redmond Community Centers Stakeholder Group in 2017 are sitting in a meeting in a room with tables and a presentation on a projector screen. Six people are listening to a man present at the front of the room. A woman is writing on a flipchart at the front of the room next to the presentation.
2017 Stakeholder Group meeting