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Redmond, Washington is a city that is located only sixteen miles east of Seattle. It is best known as the home of Microsoft and the Nintendo of America. The Microsoft Corporation moved its headquarters to Redmond in 1986. It has earned the nickname the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest." It has the only velodrome, a track cycling arena, in the entire state of Washington. It also hosts an annual bike race that takes place on the city streets.

Population: 45256
Local Newspapers: Eastside Journal
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges: DigiPen Institute of Technology

Zip Codes associated with redmond, washington: 98019 98052 98053
Towns/Cities near redmond, washington : Bear Creek Education Hill Avondale Union Hill Novelty Hill

Redmond News
WA: Metro Launches Crackdown on Rule-Bending Cars at Park-and-Ride Lots

May 24--After years of letting park-and-ride users bend the rules, King County Metro has decided to crack down. Transit staff will patrol the Eastgate, Kingsgate, Redmond and Northgate bus stations and order a tow truck to remove vehicles that are repeatedly parked for nontransit purposes.

Historic houses for sale near Anderson Park

At the time of this video, real estate salesman Micheal Moore, informed me these four contiguous properties were for sale. They are historic homes circa 1924-1930; a short walk from Anderson Park.

King County Metro to Increase Park-and-Ride Enforcement

As park-and-rides fill up, King County Metro will have extra staff monitoring park-and-rides with high rates of complaints and violations, such as Eastgate, Kingsgate, Redmond and Northgate, to make more room for transit customers and maintain a safe parking environment. Metro's Service Quality section, which monitors transit operations and facilities, will be looking for violations such as parking for non-transit purposes, blocking fire lanes or transit operations, or parking outside designated areas.

172 Avenue NE punch-through

Residents in North Redmond have been inquiring about the status of 172 Ave NE, and when it might be open to through traffic [to 124th Street.] Currently 172 Ave NE remains closed, with a gate at NE 124 Street , but is accessible to emergency response vehicles as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. 172 Ave NE will open to general vehicular traffic when the following conditions are met: The intersection of 162 Place NE and NE 124 Street meets warrants for a traffic signal, which will happen when enough residential units are built and occupied in North Redmond to generate sufficient traffic volumes.

Downtown Park Groundbreaking 2

Nancy McCormick is far left. She's a strong advocate and defender of the Downtown Park.

Canadian prime minister to meet with Washington governor

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to discuss trade, regional economic development, and climate. Trudeau was set to meet with Inslee Thursday morning before the governor heads to Mexico for a trade mission.

Six stories in the news today, May 17

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in using a new app "Vango" during the opening of Microsoft's new location in Vancouver on June 17, 2016. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was to pitch major multinational companies on investing in Canada's technology sector on Wednesday, joining top business leaders inside the closed-door Microsoft CEO Summit in Redmond, Wash.

Christopher Chen of Sammamish named U.S. Presidential Scholar

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced on May 5 the selection of Christopher Chen of Sammamish, Wash. as a 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholar.

UN, Microsoft announce $5M partnership on human rights

Microsoft says it's contributing $5 million over five years to the U.N. human rights office, which the Geneva-based agency calls a "landmark partnership" that could prod other big private-sector donors to follow suit. The Redmond, Washington-based company plans to develop and use technology to help the U.N. rights office "predict, analyze and respond to critical human rights situations" at a time of arbitrary killings, rape, detention without trial and other abuses around the world.

Terex Utilities Appoints Clint Weber as New Vice President and General Manager

Terex Utilities is pleased to announce the appointment of Clint Weber to Vice President and General Manager. In this role, Clint will have overall responsibility for leading the worldwide Terex Utilities business.

Comment period open for Energize Eastside draft EIS

The Phase 2 draft environmental impact statement for Puget Sound Energy's proposed Energize Eastside project has been published and is now in the 45-day public comment period. Residents can comment on the draft report through Wednesday, June 21. There are multiple ways to submit feedback: The City of Bellevue will host the second public hearing on Thursday, May 25, at City Hall, 450 110th Ave. NE, 6-9 p.m. Additional hearings will be in Renton at Oliver Hazen High School on Tuesday, May 23, and Rose Hill Elementary School in Kirkland on Saturday, June 3. Attendance is optional -- you can provide comments without attending a public hearing.

Partners: Microsoft's New Azure IoT Edge Service Pushes It Head To...

Microsoft's Azure IoT Edge service, unveiled Wednesday, pushes the traditionally IT vendor into the industrial market to compete with manufacturing conglomerate General Electric through its new vital edge analytics capabilities, partners told CRN. The Redmond, Wash.-based company announced the service at its Build developer conference, saying it will help enable developers to move their computing needs to Windows and Linux devices - and utilize Microsoft's array of services, including Azure Machine Learning, Stream Analytics, and the Azure IoT Hub.

Stockpile Reports named to Asphalt Contractor Top 30 Editor's Choice Awards for 2017

REDMOND, WA, UNITED STATES, May 9, 2017 / / -- Today, Asphalt Contractor, the nationally recognized equipment magazine serving commercial asphalt producers and contractors, has selected Stockpile Reports as one of the preferred construction products of 2017! Stockpile Reports was chosen as an award winner for the 2017 Top 30 Editor's Choice Awards by the Asphalt Contractor editorial staff for meeting a set of criteria including longevity and consistency in the market, dependability, productivity and innovation. To gauge the audience's preferences, they also factored in how much interest these products received on the Buyer's Guide at .

Listen to the 950-hp LaFerrari Aperta idle, then accelerate

A total of just 209 Ferrara LaFerrari Aperta supercars will be built . If you're not up on your exotic car lingo, the Aperta is the open-top version of the LaFerrari.

New Design Review Board Members Needed

Opinion: We need a resident on the Board who cares about the aesthetics of our downtown and the Marymoor Sub-area. Don't you think it's about time the City set new color standards rather than beige earth tones? New materials? New architecture? The developers have been getting great deals with our low-cost building standards, all the while grabbing high rents.The City's Development Manager Steve Fischer and planner Gary Lee oversee all the developer design applications, yet never once has Mr. Fischer presented Design Standards to Council in a study session.

Bike Everywhere Challenge in May

The annual "Bike Month in Bellevue" is revving up, with May events expected to draw hundreds of participants and encourage non-gearheads to experience the joys of bicycling. Sponsored by the City of Bellevue, King County Metro, Sound Transit, the Cascade Bicycle Club and TransManage, highlights of Bike Month include: Bike Everywhere Challenge, May 1-31 : Sponsored by Washington Bikes, the Challenge is a fun, free competition.

Downtown Park Groundbreaking Slated for May 10

The Downtown Park groundbreaking celebration will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at the project site on Cleveland Street between 161st Ave. NE and Leary Way NE. The evening will include a short program, groundbreaking ceremony, and opportunity for attendees to ask questions and learn more about the park.

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