- Facilities Division
- Human Services Division
- Maplewood Golf Course
- Neighborhoods, Resources, and Events Division
- Parks and Golf Course Division
- Parks Planning and Natural Resources Division
Community Services provides the citizens of Renton quality of life opportunities through leisure time activities and Human Services Programs.
This includes maintaining parks, trails, facilities, a museum, and offering a variety of recreational activities for people of all ages. The department also provides information and referral programs.
Community Services Administrator, Kelly Beymer provides management and direction for the entire department.
Operates and maintains City buildings and Park facility buildings and manages the Capital Improvement Program which provides planning, design and construction management services for City building projects. Contact: 425-430-6600
Human Services Division
Provides focal point for human services information and referral for City of Renton residents and agencies. Human Services coordinates and collaborates with service providers to deliver services to low and moderate income households. They also work with other City Departments to improve the quality of life for City residents. Contact: 425-430-6600.
Features an acclaimed 18 hole par 72 course is open to the PUBLIC and features a full service Pro Shop, a 30-stall covered, heated driving range, and the River Rock Grill (offering full service restaurant, bar, and banquet facility). Highlighting the course are 7 water hazards that come into play on 9 holes, 34 bunkers, grass tees, and cart paths throughout. Contact: 425-430-6800
Promotes positive communication between residents and City government, and supports neighborhood and community involvement by providing diverse opportunities for partnerships, volunteering, special events, sister cities, and neighborhood programs. Contact: 425-430-6600.
Provides a safe, clean, attractive, accessible and well-maintained environment for the public's enjoyment of active and passive recreational opportunities. Contact: 425-430-6600.
Provides a comprehensive and interrelated system of parks, recreation, open spaces, and trails that respond to locally-based needs, values and conditions. This system provides an appealing and harmonious environment that protects the integrity and quality of the surrounding natural systems, creating a sustainable and exemplary urban forest. Contact: 425-430-6600.
Provides diversified programs and recreational activities designed to meet the needs of all Renton area citizens. These programs include preschool, youth, teen, and adult leisure programs; youth, teen and adult athletics; fitness and wellness programs; outdoor recreational opportunities; cultural arts programs and programs designed to provide social and recreational opportunities to senior citizens and those with special needs. For a complete listing of recreation programs and activities available, check out the current What's Happening... brochure or call the Renton Community Center: 425-430-6700.
You can now sign up for recreation classes online at Cyber SignUP. This is a fast, convenient, and efficient way to sign up or view classes 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- If you have registered for a class in the past six months, just use your family pin number and participant bar code to register online via a secure network connection.
- If you are not a current customer, and would like to receive a family PIN and participant barcode, please call 425-430-6700 or visit the Renton Community Center, located at 1715 Maple Valley Highway.
Located in a historic fire station in downtown Renton, the Renton History Museum is the center for the history of greater Renton. The museum offers education exhibits, programs, events, volunteer opportunities, and a small research library that is open to the public. Phone: 425-255-2330.
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