The City of Kenmore is a Safe, Inclusive and Welcoming City for All People

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Kenmore City Council unanimously voted at its meeting on Monday, March 6 to support a resolution reaffirming the City of Kenmore is a safe, inclusive and welcoming City for all people.

“Our stance on Kenmore being a safe, inclusive and welcoming community aligns with our city’s vision and mission statements,” said Mayor David Baker of Kenmore. 
“We are committed to enacting policies that support the safety, health, and well-being of all our citizens while being responsive to the diverse needs.”

At the February 27, 2017 meeting, City Council discussed the potential of a resolution or proclamation that would reaffirm the City’s commitment to welcoming all people and ideas. The Council reviewed two submittals for consideration and received public input during the meeting.

The Council agreed that the document should be a resolution - a formal expression of the opinion of the City Council adopted by a vote. Staff incorporated comments received from the Councilmembers and proposed a resolution for consideration and discussion at the Council meeting on March 6, 2017.

View the adopted resolution here


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