City of Renton Fire and Emergency Services Department
Mark Peterson, Fire Chief/Emergency Services Administrator
Welcome to the Fire & Emergency Services website. It is our goal to provide outstanding services to the community and present information which will assist in preparing and protecting your family from unexpected emergencies.
Working to make our community safer, healthier, and stronger
In partnership with our diverse community, we are dedicated to:
- Responding to and recovering from emergencies
- Reducing risk for all hazards
- Building a culture of safety and support for our members
- Adapting to future challenges through strategic planning
The department provides the following services:
These services are provided by skillfully trained and dedicated professionals to meet the ever-changing needs of the community. Renton Fire & Emergency Services consists of 145 uniformed firefighters and 16 civilian employees committed to protecting life, property and the environment. We serve a population of over 125,000 within 43.3 square miles, which includes the City of Renton and King County Fire Districts #25 and #40.
Your questions and comments are valued and welcomed. Please feel free to contact us at (425) 430-7000 or email the Fire & Emergency Services Department
Fire Chief/Emergency Services Administrator
The Renton Fire & Emergency Services Department, in partnership with the Renton Community Foundation (501c3), has established a fund to receive tax deductible donations. This fund replaces the Memorial Aid Fund which the Department had used in the past for donation purposes. The Renton Fire & Emergency Services Fund supports many fire, emergency medical and preparedness services provided to the community.
There are several ways to contribute to the Renton Fire & Emergency Services Fund. Checks may be made payable to the Renton Community Foundation and sent to: Renton Fire & Emergency Services, 1055 S. Grady Way, 7th Floor, Renton, WA 98057. You may also make a secure online donation by selecting the “Renton Fire & Emergency Services Fund” from the drop down list on the Renton Community Foundation’s website.
Donors will receive a letter from the Renton Community Foundation for their tax records.