Renton Library Advisory Board
RENTON LIBRARY'S CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION!
May 3-4, 2014 Saturday & Sunday
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the original Renton Library! Explore displays of photos and memorabilia. Learn about the history of the Renton Library and what's next. Shop the Friends of the Library Book Sale. Music by Covington Grass Band from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 4. Please join in the celebration!
The next Renton Library Advisory Board meeting will be held:
** Please note location change***
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 5:30 p.m.
North Highlands Neighborhood Center
3000 NE 16th Street
The purpose of this Board is to serve in an advisory capacity to the City of Renton Mayor and City Council, and to coordinate with, and provide input to, the King County Library Board and local library officials, regarding the scope and quality of library services provide by the King County Library System (KCLS) to the residents of Renton, and to the extent it is requested to do so to represent the city’s interest before the King County Library Board with respect to such services.
If you would like information on previously held downtown Library Open Houses, please click here.
- Laurie Beden
- Lynne King (Chairperson)
- Catherine Ploue-Smith
- Erica Richey (Co-Chair)
- Suzi Ure
Contacting the Board
The Board can be contacted through the Community Services Department at 425-430-6600.
Becoming a Board Member
In order to be eligible to be appointment to the Renton Library Advisory Board, you need to be a Renton citizen. Interested persons can fill out an application, submit it to the Mayor’s office, and go through an interview process with the existing Board. The Board then makes recommendations to the Mayor and City Council, who approve the final appointment. Members serve terms that vary from one-year to five-years. Applications can be taken at any time, but interviews will only be conducted when there is a vacancy on the Board.
For more information or to download an application, visit the Boards, Committees, and Commissions web page.
Municipal Code Governing the Board
The Renton Municipal Code that governs the board can be found online at the MRSC web site