Redmond Quick Facts
Source: PSU Population Research Center
Location: Redmond sits on a plateau at the western edge of Oregon’s High Desert, at the intersection of U.S. Highway 97 (north and south) and State Route 126 (east and west).
Elevation: 3,077 feet, 8.62” annual prec.: avg temp. H 85°, L 20°
Parks: The City of Redmond and the Redmond Area Park and Recreation District (RAPRD) maintain more than 25 parks throughout the community.
For more information, visit www.redmond.or.us and www.raprd.org
Public Schools: Redmond School District operates five K-5 elementary schools, two K-8 community schools, two middle schools, a charter school, two high schools and one K-12 virtual school. Redmond Schools: 7,000 students, 12 schools, 1 charter, 6 communities
HIGHER LEARNING: The Redmond area is home to two institutes of higher learning:
Central Oregon Community College & Oregon State University - Cascades:
Air Transportation: Redmond is home to Central Oregon's only commercial airport offering 32 flights daily to seven popular western destinations. $40 million expansion of Redmond Airport terminalfrom 24,000 SF to 140,000 SF, completed in 2010
Real Market Value of property: $1,570,978,697