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  • Zlevor, Kelsey; Lewis, Rebecca (2015)
    Students in the graduate level Public Budget Administration course within the department of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) at the University of Oregon (UO) were tasked with examining the viability of ...
  • Jackson, Maureen; Lewis, Rebecca (2015)
    The Redmond Area Park and Recreation District (RAPRD) is a special taxing district, first incorporated in 1975, that supports parks and open space, an indoor aquatic center, community centers, and programming in most ...
  • Austin, Ellie R.; Lewis, Rebecca (2015)
    Students in the graduate level Public Budget Administration course within the department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management at the University of Oregon examined the viability of an Economic Improvement or ...
  • Hjelm, Elizabeth (2015)
    As part of the Sustainable City Year, the City of Redmond identified the downtown market as an area for further study and analysis. Redmond has devoted significant effort and investment into revitalizing this area and is ...
  • Harrison, Brynn; Kohler, Nick (University of Oregon, 2015)
    The City of Redmond aims to revitalize its neighborhoods by improving the walkability of the city and creating an inviting environment for pedestrians. As a part of the Sustainable City Year Program, students in the ...
  • Hjelm, Elizabeth (University of Oregon, 2015)
    The project’s objective was to evaluate the overall feasibility of an incubator in Redmond,Oregon. In order to do so,we were tasked with the following objectives: • Develop a strong understanding of Redmond and its community ...
  • Montzka, Dianna; Nicolello, Bree; Vollstedt, Anya; Tejedas, Hope; Schlossberg, Marc (2015)
    This report documents the ideas, methodologies, and proposals produced by students of the Bicycle Transportation class for the City of Redmond, Oregon. Project members visualized a family-friendly bicycle network that ...
  • Stoecklein, Kelly; Fan, Yue; Ribe, Rob; Krueger, Jeff (University of Oregon, 2015)
    The City of Redmond wants to improve U.S. 97, the main north-south corridor used heavily by through traffic, regional freight traffic, and local traffic. The city partnered with the University of Oregon’s Sustainable ...
  • Margerum, Richard; Parker, Robert; Sandoval, Gerardo (2015)
    In the fall term of 2015, graduate planning students at the University of Oregon developed concept plans for the Midtown Neighborhood in Redmond, Oregon. Redmond wanted ideas for revitalizing Midtown, an area seen as ...
  • Salvey, Lydia; Remund, David (2015)
    The City of Redmond worked with public relation students at the University of Oregon to find solutions for increasing civic engagement. The following pages include recommendations culled from eight different plans developed ...
  • Hjelm, Elizabeth (2015)
    This project developed a strategic branding and marketing program for the airport to maximize marketing and advertising. Roberts Field functions as the Municipal Airport for Redmond, OR, servicing the residents of Central ...
  • Ganim, Megan; Honda, Laurie (2015)
    Redmond Wastewater Division (RWD) partnered with a University of Oregon (UO) School of Journalism and Communications public relations course, J453: Strategic Planning and Cases for Public Relations, to increase awareness ...
  • Hjelm, Elizabeth (2015)
    In winter term 2016, students in the Business Planning and Strategy Projects class (BA 453) in the Lundquist School of Business at the University of Oregon (UO) conducted an analysis for a proposed regional multi-­sports ...
  • Zlevor, Kelsey; Rosenbloom, Jonathan (2016)
    Sustainable development is development that enables the economic, environmental, and equitable health of the current population without compromising the ability of future generations to meet these needs. To accommodate ...
  • Struxness, Rachel; Parker, Margy (2016)
    Over 10 weeks, a team of students in J454, the Public Relations Campaigns class at the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication, conducted primary and secondary research to enhance their understanding ...
  • Martin, Andrew; Stuckmayer, Ethan; Yang, Yizhao (2016)
    In the spring 2016 term, an Advanced GIS class at UO conducted an analysis of three existing neighborhoods within the City of Redmond to identify how well they have implemented the Great Neighborhood Principles. The goal ...
  • Tran, Katrina; Moore, Joe (2016)
    This report summarizes the design proposals for an adaptive reuse public safety facility in Redmond, Oregon. The building is currently a National Guard training facility, but it is likely to be sold in the near future. ...
  • Austin, Ellie R.; Cannon, Kea; Logan, Jake; Savoian, Margaret; Ulrich, Nicky; Mason, Dyana (2016)
    Redmond is poised for growth and expansion, and based on previous projects like Hope playground, seems to have energized citizens who likely would support a community foundation. Our research found that cities across the ...
  • Andrus, Olivia; Babb, Emory; Ganim, Megan; Hopp, Quinn; Lopez, Pablo; Tilby, Caitlin (2016)
    Students in professor Margy Parker journalism class developed a short-term, mid-term, and long-term recommendations to promote biking, walking, and rolling in Redmond.
  • Deiters, MaryBeth; Sandoval, Gerardo (2016)
    The City of Redmond has experienced rapid growth in its Latino population since 2000, and the city is working to improve communication with and services for the Latino community. Realizing the need to better reach out ...

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