Redmond Open Streets
Saturday, June 23
Redmond is hosting its first Open Streets Event. Bring your bike, scooter, or skateboard or simply walk the
event along closed down Deschutes Avenue and enjoy games and activities.
Redmond's first Open Streets Event will occur on Saturday, June 23rd from noon-4 pm in downtown
Redmond. This is a FREE, family friendly event that temporarily closes a portion of a downtown street to
automobile traffic, so that people may use it for walking, bicycling, skateboarding, scootering, dancing,
playing, and socializing.
What do you do at the event? There will be activity centers along the street to encourage people to have fun
and linger and learn more about City plans for improvements to walking and biking.
Plus, the Redmond Streets Fair will occur the same day along neighboring 6th Street offering vendors, food,
crafts, entertainment and more. Visit both events!
Why are we doing this?
* Have fun, encourage biking & walking and improve the health of Redmond residents
* Demonstrate new transportation designs, such as the recently enhanced Deschutes Avenue Quiet Street
* Build community and increase neighborhood livability
* Create new opportunities for businesses to engage the community When is it?
Where is it? On Deschutes Avenue between Dry Canyon and downtown, connecting our parks,
neighborhoods, and businesses together.
Deschutes Ave between 6th & Canyon