Lime Electric Scooters are in Redmond as part of a pilot program. Learn how to use them safely and park them correctly to get to where you're going.

Start Using the Scooters:

  1. Download the App: To download the Lime app, simply click here and you'll automatically be redirected to the appropriate download page for your mobile device. You can also search "Lime" in both the App and Google Play stores.
  2. Find a Lime Scooter: To find a Lime near you, simply open the Lime app. You'll automatically be taken to the map screen, showing all available Lime vehicles in your area. If you don't see any vehicle icons displayed on the map, zoom out to search a wider area.
  3. Unlock the Scooter: To unlock a Lime-S scooter, simply open the Lime app and tap on the "Ride" button at the bottom of the screen. From here, either scan the QR code using your phone's camera or manually enter the 6-digit vehicle code located beneath the QR code.
    • ​Use the promo code LIMEREDMOND​ ​for 5 free unlocks between July 30 and August 13th. First come, first serve.

How to Ride a Lime Electric Scooter in Redmond:

How to Park a Lime Scooter:

  1. Park away from pedestrian walkways and ensure the scooter is standing upright.
  2. Keep scooters from blocking sidewalks and curb ramps, leaning against buildings, or obstructing bus loading zones. 
  3. Do not park in motorcycle or vehicle parking stalls or driveways.

Scooters should be parked upright in the 'furnishing zone':

Issues with the Scooters? 

Contact Lime Directly:

Call or Text 1-888-LIME-345

Information for Drivers:

Bike and scooter share is anticipated to increase the number of people riding bicycles and scooters in Redmond. These vehicles are allowed and encouraged to operate in the roadway, in bicycle lanes, or on trails because they travel at much higher speeds than people walk on sidewalks.

If you are sharing the lane with a bicycle or scooter treat them like other vehicles: slow down to their speed and then consider passing, leaving a recommended minimum 3 feet of separation, when it is safe to do so.

Learn more about Bike and Scooter Share in Redmond