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.
Read about the latest events and news happening in Renton here.
Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for Renton RedAlert. Click here to sign up.
The Parks Division Annual Customer Satisfaction Survey Form is now available on-line. Survey forms can also be printed, filled-out, and mailed to Renton City Hall or dropped off at the following locations: Renton Senior Activity Center; Renton Community Center; and Highlands Neighborhood Center. Paper copies of this survey are available at kiosks along the Cedar River Trail and at the three locations listed above. Thank you for taking time to respond.
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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Earthquakes, severe storms, power outages, fires and floods are just some of the emergencies that may be experienced. Ready in Renton, a city-wide campaign, works to provide you with information and resources to help you be better prepared to take care of yourself and those that depend on you in an emergency.
Beginning in September, during Ready in Renton month, the City of Renton is expanding its emergency notification capabilities. The new service is called Renton RedAlert. With RedAlert the city can contact you immediately and send you critical messages by phone or TDD, text or email. It is very important that you provide your contact information to receive critical information about emergencies that may affect you and the quick actions you should take for your own safety and the safety of those you love. Although the city has some telephone numbers in its database from other sources, a significant number people don’t rely on landline telephone for communications. They use a cell phone instead. This creates a problem when issuing alerts because the city does not have most cell phone numbers in its database.
To encourage more people to sign-up for Renton RedAlert and to connect with the city on social media, the city also has an online promotion as part of Ready in Renton. Once you have signed up for RentonRedAlert, let us know that you have signed up by visiting us on Twitter at @RentonEM and use the hashtag #RentonRedAlert. You will be entered into a drawing to win a disaster kit. If you do not have internet access you may call 425-430-7053 to have staff assist you in registering for RentonRedAlert. Read more. Click here to sign up.
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.