Winter Weather Resources

published: January 12th, 2024 by

King County has many resources available to residents, including snow plow maps, floodwarnings, traffic cameras, ALERT services and tips on winter safety in numerous languages. As a reminder, the Redmond Ridge ROA cannot plow the streets in Redmond Ridge. We do not own or maintain the public roads in our neighborhood and only King County has the authority and expertise needed for this job. Please use the resources below during snow and storm events. Below are links to valuable resources: Puget Sound Energy: Power outage maps and information. Winter Business Hours The Redmond Ridge ROA follows the lead of the… Read More »

Community Safety Committee Members Needed

published: January 4th, 2024 by

The Community Safety Committee still needs members before it can get started. The primary responsibility of the Community Safety Committee is to advise the Board of Directors on issues, concerns, and recommendations pertaining to matters related to the safety and security of the neighborhood, including neighborhood watch, traffic safety, neighborhood lighting and/or other issues that affect the general safety and welfare of the Redmond Ridge residents. Email for more information.

New Security Patrols in Redmond Ridge

published: August 17th, 2023 by

We are pleased to announce that the Redmond Ridge ROA has taken a significant step towards enhancing the safety and security of our community. After careful consideration and evaluation, the Board has selected a new security company to provide patrolling services within our neighborhood on a trial basis. Starting within the next few days, the new security company will begin patrolling our community on a regular basis. This addition to our community’s safety measures is in line with the Board’s commitment to help create a secure and comfortable living environment for all residents. Please remember that in case of emergencies, such as… Read More »

Community Poll on Window AC Units

published: July 25th, 2023 by

The Board of Directors is considering changes to the Community Wide Standards regarding window air conditioning units and values your input in the decision-making process.   Please use the link below to complete a poll on window a/c units. Thank you! Window AC Poll

3/20/23 Community Meeting on Crime

Community Meeting on Crime Recording

published: March 23rd, 2023 by

Thank you to everyone who attended the Community Meeting on Crime on 3/20/23 either in person or virtually. A big thank you to the 5 members of the King County Sheriff’s Department and King County Councilmember Sarah Perry for attending the meeting as well. It was a very informative meeting. Unfortunately, we had some technical difficulties, and we ended up losing the chat log from the meeting. If you had any questions that were asked and didn’t get answered, please email Sandy at and we will make sure to get answers, respond to your emails and post a Q… Read More »