Litter Walked Moved to 6/23/24

published: June 12th, 2024 by

Volunteers meet at the park & ride next to Rosa Parks Elementary at 3:00 PM The monthly walks bring together Redmond Ridge residents who care about the environment and cleanliness of the neighborhood.  Managed by the Beautification Committee, volunteers typically meet on the third Sunday of each month at 3:00pm, at the Park & Ride near Rosa Parks Elementary, rain or shine. In addition to meeting new friends and helping keep the community beautiful, volunteers receive $10 gift cards.

Concert in the Park and Home Business Fair

published: May 15th, 2024 by

Saturday, July 20, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM, at Commons Park (corner of Cedar Park Crescent and 27th Ave). The Concert in the Park and Home Business Fair offers residents a chance to support local, home-based businesses while enjoying an evening of music in the park. Home-based businesses interested in selling their products at the event are invited to register for participation. Deadline to register: July 1, 2024 (or until space has been filled). BOOTH FEE:Businesses must be approved by the Events Committee before they can attend the event. After approval, an invoice will be emailed to you. Booth space… Read More »

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Trail of Terror 2024

published: March 26th, 2024 by

The Redmond Ridge ROA seeks Halloween enthusiasts of all ages to volunteer for this year’s Trail of Terror: INVASION, taking place on Saturday, October 26, from 7 to 9:30 PM at the Redmond Ridge Community and Event Center. The Trail of Terror is an annual haunted trail event in Redmond Ridge. Set outdoors on the community center grounds, rain or shine, it offers opportunities for volunteers to participate as spooky actors, prop designers, setup/cleanup crew, planners, and administrators, both before, during, and after the event. You get to choose your role! High school students can fulfill community volunteer requirements for… Read More »

March Board of Directors Meeting

published: March 26th, 2024 by

Tuesday, March 26, 2024, 6:30 PM Join meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone: You can also dial in using your phone: Access Code: 359-989-901 United States: +1 (872) 240-3212 Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts:

Stay Connected, Stay Informed

published: March 7th, 2024 by

With all the communication tools we use, there is no reason to be uninformed. The information is there! We are asking ALL our residents, both homeowners and renters, to PLEASE use the tools we have provided, to educate themselves and stay informed. We use a number of electronic and print tools to communicate with our residents, including a Resident Portal & Mobile App, Weekly Email Bulletins, a Community Facebook Group, the Ridge Review Newsletter, and the resident website We also use individual communication via email and USPS and community bulletin boards. Which communication tool is best for you? We… Read More »

Please Remove Holiday Decorations

published: March 7th, 2024 by

Time to Remove Your Holiday Decorations All holiday lights and decorations must be removed by March 1st! Per the Community Wide Standards, all holiday lights and other holiday decorations may only be displayed between October 1st and March 1st. Failure to remove your outdoor decorations by March 1st could result in a compliance notice. What if I celebrate a holiday that falls between March 1st and October 1st? No problem – just contact the ROA office and let us know what holiday you are celebrating and how long you wish to display decorations. We will work with reasonable requests. Email… Read More »

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.