- Town in Washington
Rating 4.45 out of 5 94 reviews
Redmond is a beautiful town in Washington. It is great for families. It is a suburbia town, so other than Redmond town center there is not much to do. Yet Redmond is close to other great towns like Bellevue, kirkland, and Seattle
Redmond is a beautiful place to live with all of the evergreen trees and well maintained landscapes in the city and residential areas has access to beautiful lake Sammamish for swimming and outdoor fun, this community has a very low crime rate with very responsive police in the area, good schools for all the kiddos, as well as Marymoor park which has cycling, a big dog park, soccer and baseball fields as well as an outdoor RC field, outdoor evening movies are held in the summer as well as outdoor events such as concerts, beer festivals. a rock wall is also located on the premise's, Redmond is the bicycle capital so if you are into cycling this is your town. i have lived here for over ten years and found plenty of amazing ways to spend my time outdoors surrounded by beautiful nature with the expanding area of Redmond ridge there is now golf courses located on a 50+ community for all the gold lovers out there. All in all Redmond is a amazing place to live or visit.
Redmond is a very inclusive town and is close is home to Microsoft, so software engineering opportunities are great. As part of the LWSD, the schooling is great and completive. It is not uncommon to attend the very prestigious University of Washington. Not only is this a hotspot for software engineering, Boeing, Amazon and Costco are only some of the other famous companies with a major hold here and the job options are endless as it is still growing, though slower that earlier in the decade.
Lots of things to do with great restaurants and places to hang out, as well as many job opportunities.
It's a hot mess in downtown Redmond. Nothing but condos and apartments. It has lost the quaintness it used to have. I totally avoid going there.
I've lived here all my life and really enjoyed my time here. Lots of apartment buildings popping up recently but it remains a vibrant location with lots of shops and different places to go. Great school district, wonderful place to grow kids. A very expensive place to live, Microsoft and close proximity to other tech companies has caused a large increase in the cost of living.
Everyone is very kind. There are a lot of kids who live here, so the city is very safe and forward toward education. I enjoyed going to the local schools and I felt safe.
Redmond is a beautiful, calm and relatively quiet place to live. It is quite safe, and has brilliant trees and open areas. Nightlife is poor, there are few good restaurants and not a lot of things to do. If you are looking for a relaxing, quiet place - Redmond would be it! I would not recommend if you are looking for hustle and bustle of a city... Redmond is more of a very small city or big town.
Redmond is a great suburban city. There are many heads of companies here, and countless opportunities.
I love Redmond! I've lived here all my life and attended school here. I feel comfortable taking public transportation and am confident in my safety. In addition, Redmond is incredibly diverse allowing me to learn about other cultures at events. Another plus about Redmond is that there are so many trails and areas to walk around.
Easily the best place I have ever lived. So much life but in such a small community. I've lived in Seattle and I've lived on the Olympic Peninsula, this is the perfect mesh of the two
Redmond was a very nice place to grow up. The high school is in a good school district and many of the teachers truly care about their students. It is always evolving, growing and changing meaning there is always something to do.
the environment of the city is great for families with kids. I’ve lived here my whole life and I’ve been surrounded by parks, malls, and friendly neighborhoods. It is extremely safe around here. There are so many things to do outside and you're surrounded by so much nature!
I would love to see some more tourists places on Redmond, but other than that, this is a great place to live.
Love the local school district and plethora of small business. Great local gov as well. Lots of job opportunites for those in technology and marketing. As far as nightlife goes, we have a lot of wonderful restaraunts here.
I love Redmond because I grew up here and I know it like the back of my hand. There are a ton of local businesses and things to do downtown. My only issue is that they are building a ton of new apartment buildings, but no new roads or parking lots.
Lovely diverse suburban town. Housing is very expensive, but public schools are fantastic and the community is nice. A good place to raise a family, especially in the neighborhoods that surround schools.