Renton is the center of opportunity where families and businesses thrive.
The city welcomes you to our website designed to serve currentandprospective residents, businesses, employees, and visitors.
Utility Billing Information
Payments can be made by mail, in person, automatic deduction or online.Read more.
Renton's New Email Alert System
Philip Arnold Park Closed
The athletic field at Philip Arnold Park will be remain closed untilapproximately December 31, 2010 for electrical updates.Read more.
Residential Proposed Annexation Property Tax Calculator
The City of Renton has created an easy-to-useonline calculatorthat helps project any changes in taxes for residents in the event of annexation to the city. Typically taxes for the average resident are about the same or lower, but residents will pay taxes in different ways than before annexation.
Emergency Notification System
Online Donations Encouraged
The public is encouraged to join with City of Renton employees to collect food and other donations for the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food Bank and the Emergency Feeding Program of Seattle and King County. The need is great. For ease of giving, see the newonline donationpages. For more information,please read.
Green River & Howard Hanson Dam Potential Emergency Information
Be Prepared for Winter
As we experience winter weather, the City of Renton is doing its part to get ready and is working with other cities and agencies to review winter preparedness plans, flood plans and operating procedures.
As part of the citys annual winter preparedness efforts, we have mobilized our equipment and reviewed our procedures.
When we have snowfall city crews stand ready to provide 24-hour coverage, plowing and sanding to make driving safer in and around town. Trucks are assigned to a specific location in the city and follow a priority mapping system. Streets that receive a high volume of traffic, school routes and the main access roads are first priority for plowing and sanding.
During peak commute hours, these streets receive the most attention because sand dissipates quickly on well-traveled roads. Secondary arterials are plowed and sanded next and the residential areas receive attention when the primary and secondary routes are completed.
During severe weather conditions, high priority areas are sanded four times during a 24-hour period. Hospital emergency entrances are maintained by city crews and are a first priority during snowfall. Crews carefully document each street after it has been plowed and sanded, recording the date, time and condition. Problem areas that are called in by police, citizens, or other city departments are handled by priority and truck availability.
If possible, please plan to commute by public transit in bad weather. If you dont have to travel in bad weather, dont. Wait until conditions improve. Before venturing out, check the latest updates on snow routes, delays, and cancellations.
Stay informed, be prepared, and be safe this winter.
Human Services provides links to various services available through the community, including 2-1-1 services, assistance programs for food, utility and rental assistance.
Renton's Most Wanted
Administrative Policy/Code Interpretations for Public Review
Shop Renton, Buy Ahead of the Curve
Use your CurveCardand shop at participating businesses who have a CurveCard decalposted in their window to receive discounts or other offers.For more information on this great opportunity,check here.