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.
Come enjoy the 9th Annual Art & Antique Walk as local businesses unite with artisans and performers to celebrate creativity. Downtown Renton at Burnett & 3rd Avenue. Additional information, click here.
Get the inside scoop on the workings of YOUR City Services and learn how YOUR City works for you! This program is designed to improve communication with our citizens about the governmental process.You will hear from City departments, ask questions tour some facilities. Open to City of Renton residents. Read more.
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.
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The Henry Moses Aquatic Center sits in the center of the Cedar River Park Complex and includes a 9,000 square foot, zero-depth activity pool, two 26-foot water slides, a lazy river, island lagoon, water spray area, a 3,300 square foot lap pool and wave pool. The wave pool provides 3-foot ocean-like waves with five unique patterns. The aquatic center also includes a bath house and lockers as well as The Shark Bites Café.
Safety is of the utmost importance. Lifeguards receive training from Red Cross Certified Instructors and are required to pass several swim tests before being hired. The guard training continues throughout the swim season with weekly in-service training sessions to insure the facilities commitment to safety.
The facility also features a refurbished 1960’s dolphin sculpture named “Flipper”, a wall mural depicting spawning salmon and a stainless steel mural honoring the Duwamish Indian Tribe.
In keeping with the size of the facility, the goal of the Henry Moses Aquatic Center is to provide an intimate, family friendly environment for the young and young at heart. From the cleanliness of the facility to the friendliness of the staff, the aquatic center’s goal is to offer everyone who visits the most memorable experience possible.
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Rain or shine dogs will be able to frolic in the activity pool, lazy river and wave pool. Pre-registration is recommended. Read more.
Human Services provides links to various services available through the community, including 2-1-1 services, assistance programs for food, utility and rental assistance.
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