Redmond Launches Annual Community Survey

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The City of Redmond recently launched its 2024 annual Community Survey.  The purpose is to learn what the community thinks about the City that works for them.  The comprehensive survey includes questions ranging from how safe people feel, to their views on the downtown, to their satisfaction with various City services and other City centric topics.  It is conveniently hosted online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Redmondsurvey2024web.

“Our residents are making an investment by their decision to live in Redmond.  We owe it to them to be committed to continual improvement, which starts with asking ‘how are we doing?’,” states City Manager Keith Witcosky.

The Redmond Community Survey is conducted each spring, giving residents yet another outlet to voice their opinions and provide the City with input about policy decisions and service delivery.

A direct link to the online survey is also available on the City’s website at www.redmondoregon.gov.  Hard copies of the survey were mailed directly to residents via the City’s Redmond Connection newsletter and are available at City Hall or by request.

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4th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower

Join Think Wild at Oregon Spirit Distillers in Bend on May 19 from 3-6 PM to help your local wildlife hospital raise funds & supplies to care for injured and orphaned native wildlife in need this baby

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Mosaic Fundraising Luncheon May 1st

Mosaic Community Health, a nonprofit community health center providing quality care for all in Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Sisters and Madras, has received a $10,000 donation from PacificSource Health Plans to support Mosaic’s inaugural fundraising luncheon. The “More