Renton is the center of opportunity where families and businesses thrive.The city welcomes you to our website designed to serve current and prospective residents, businesses, employees, and visitors.
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Payments can be made by mail, in person, automatic deduction or online. Read more.
Renton is seeking a candidate to fill a vacancy on the Library Advisory Board. The board provides input regarding the scope and quality of library services. The application deadline has been extended. Apply Now!
Due to the seasonally inclement weather from approximately November – February/March, and the continual flooding of the lower walk along the Cedar River Trail, the lower walk will remain closed during the winter months.
The public is encouraged to join with City of Renton employees to collect food and other donations for the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food Bank, the Emergency Feeding Program of Seattle and King County, and the Gift of Play Recreation Scholarship Program. See the online donation pages.
For Current Critical Emergency Information, click here.
The Preliminary Sunset Neighborhood Park Master Plan was presented to, and adopted by the Committee of the Whole on November 3, 2014! This future public neighborhood park will be a place for people to enjoy, relax, contemplate, plan and connect. Read more.
Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for Renton RedAlert. Click here to sign up.
The Renton temporary library is open at 64 Rainier Avenue, Suite #A across the street from McDonalds. For hours and other nearby KCLS libraries.
The Renton and Highlands Libraries are now part of the King County Library System. Please visit www.kcls.org to see the many library services, programs, resources, and materials available and for policy and location information. Renton Library Information.
Renton Mayor Denis Law delivered his 2015 State of the City address before Renton City Council members, business leaders, community partners and residents.
The state of our city is strong. Last year we set a goal to be the Best City in King County with emphasis on four areas of priority; to continue our focus on economic development; improve service to our vulnerable and diverse populations; enhance customer service and productivity of our employees; and develop a sustainable fiscal strategy. We continue to make great progress in each of these areas. Read the speech and handout.
Human Services provides links to various services available through the community, including 2-1-1 services, assistance programs for food, utility and rental assistance.
View the current digital brochure.