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Welcome! Thanks for reading! Greetings! Welcome to the 2016 edition of the Renton Reporter’s annul Residents Guide! My name is Brian Beckley and I am the editor of your local newspaper, the Renton Reporter, which proudly covers all the news, features and sports this city has to offer every week. Located along the southern shores of Lake Washington, Renton is a fun diverse city with plenty of business opportunities, great places to eat and shop and a whole slew of fun events all throughout the year. This city has great parks, playgrounds, ballfields and other recreational facilities – like the Henry Moses Aquatic Center – as well as nationally recognized schools and hospitals, not to mention one of the largest employers in the Puget Sound Region, Boeing, where Renton workers continue to turn out 737s, the most popular commercial airline in the world, at an amazing rate. Did you know that every 20 seconds somewhere in the world a 737 – put together right here in North Renton – either takes off or lands? Pretty cool, huh? Along with Boeing, Renton is home to PACCAR Parts, PACCAR Technology and Kenworth truck factory. We’ve also got a bunch of smaller businesses that are each leaders in their field, like Wizards of the Coast and Fry’s Electronics and Lone Shark Games. We have a ton of great shopping opportunities as well, from the area’s only IKEA store (currently being re-built as a Brian Beckley



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Important phone numbers Airport, 425-430-7471 Animal Control, 425-430-7550 Carco Theatre, 425-430-6706 City Attorney, 425-430-6480 City Clerk, 425-430-6510 City Council, 425-430-6501 Code enforcement/graffiti line, 425-430-7373 Community Center , 425-430-6700 Community Services, 425-430-6600 Crime Prevention, Block Watch, 425-430-7521 Municipal Court, 425-430-6550 Economic Development, 425-430-6580 Employment, Human Resources, 425-430-7650 Finance, 425-430-6850 Fire Department, 425-430-7000 Hearing examiner, 425-430-6515 Henry Moses Aquatic Center, 425-4306780 Human Services, 425-430-6650 KCLS Library, Downtown, 425-226-6043 KCLS Library, Highlands, 425-277-1831 KCLS Library, Fairwood, 425-226-0522 KCLS Library, Skyway, 206-772-5541 Public Works, 425-430-7200 Renton History Museum, 425-255-2330 Maplewood Golf Course, 425-430-6800

new two-story store), to The Landing, where you can find something for everyone, to the downtown core of shops and restaurants to plenty of other great local stores up in the Highlands and other neighborhoods. For sports fans, Renton is the official home of the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders and Seattle Rainmakers and players from each team can often be found at events around town, like the 12th Man rallies that draw hundreds to City Hall every year. This summer, the Seahawks Training Camp will return to the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in North Renton. We also have great cultural opportunities, like shows at Renton Civic Theatre and Carco, and regular performances


Mayor's Office, 425-430-6500 Neighborhood Program, 425-430-6595 Picnic shelter reservations, 425-430-6700 Planning, 425-430-6575 Police Department, 425-430-7500 Recreation, 425-430-6600 Renton Senior Center, 425-430-6633 Utilities maintenance, 425-430-7400 Urban Forestry, 425-430-6600 Waste Management (garbage, recycling and yard waste; billing ), 1-800-5929995 Allied Waste (garbage, recycling and yard waste; billing), 206-682-9735

Cyber sign-up http://rentonnet.org/cybersignup Cyber Sign-up allows residents to register for city programs and activities online at anytime at http://rentonnet. org/cybersignup. To register for classes, you will need a PIN, participant barcode and valid Mastercard or VISA. You can begin registering online at midnight on the day of registration.

from the Renton City Band and Evergreen Ballet. And, once again, Renton will host the Seattle International Film Festival - Renton this year, bringing two weeks of the best movies from around the world right here to our city. But more importantly, Renton is home to great people who take pride in their community and their homes. Nearly 99,000 people from hundreds of cultures all around the world live in our city and public participation is a source of pride in this town, as citizens are always working to make Renton the best it can be. So get involved! Flip through this guide to see all of the great things going on this year and make your plans now for River Days and the Fabulous Fourth! I’ll see you there!

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RENTON | THE ESSENTIALS The Washington state Department of Licensing Driver Licensing Office in Renton is at 1314 Union Ave. N.E., Suite 4. Hours are 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday; 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, and closed on Sunday and Monday. Call 425-2777230 for information. General information about licenses for drivers and vehicles is available online at www.dol.wa.gov.

Vehicle emissions

The station in Renton to get an emissions test for a vehicle is at 805 S.W. 10th St. The phone number is 425-228-6453. More information on the state-required tests is available online at http://www. ecy.wa.gov/programs/air/cars/automotive_pages.htm.

Voting information

Information about voting and voter

registration is available online at http:// kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx. For general information, call 206-296-VOTE. The King County Elections Division is located at 919 S.W. Grady Way in Renton. All voter-related services are available there.

Pet licenses Renton requires that all dogs and cats aged four months and older be licensed. The license must be on the animal at all times. Licenses are renewed annually. Fees are $25 for an altered dog or cat and $40 for an unaltered dog or cat. There are discounts for qualifying seniors. Applications are available online at rentonwa.gov or at Renton City Hall, first floor Finance Department, or the Renton Community Center.

CROWN Wi-Fi The City of Renton Outdoor Wireless Network (CROWN) is free, unmanaged, unsecure, wireless “wi-fi” Internet access

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for properly equipped laptops, PDAs, and other devices. The City of Renton owns the largest municipally owned wireless network in the state of Washington, covering approximately 80 percent of its 23.38 square mile incorporated area. The coverage map, above, shows the location of and coverage provided by these base stations. Most laptops with built-in wi-fi capabilities should be compatible with the CROWN. Coverage will vary depending upon a user’s location within the city. More information is available online at rentonwa.gov.

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www.facebook.com/CityofRenton Community Services www.facebook.com/RentonCommunityServices Emergency Services https://www.facebook.com/RentonEM Fire Department www.facebook.com/RentonFire IKEA Renton River Days www.facebook.com/RentonRiverDays Renton History Museum www.facebook.com/RentonHistoryMuseum Renton Municipal Airport www.facebook.com/pages/Renton-­ Airport/150208068360933 Renton Youtube www.youtube. com/CityofRenton Emergency twitter twitter.com/ RentonEM Renton twitter twitter.com/CityofRenton


Renton School District www.facebook.com/renton.schools Communities in  Schools  of  Renton www.facebook.com/Communities­ InSchools­of­Renton Friends of Renton Schools www.facebook.com/Friends­ofRentonSchools Renton Technical College www.facebook.com/RentonTechnicalcollege


King County Library System www.facebook.com/KingCountyLibrarySystem Renton Farmers Market www.facebook.com/RentonFarmersMarket Renton Pools Community www.facebook.com/pages/Renton-­Pools-­ Community/166322526729951 The Salvation Army Renton Rotary

Food Bank and Social Service Center www.facebook.com/pages/The-­Salvation-­ Army-­Renton-­Rotary-­Food-­Bank-­and-­ Social-­Service-­Center/82646606167 Renton Skate Park www.facebook.com/rentonskatepark Renton Housing Authority www.facebook.com/rentonhousing Piazza Renton www.facebook.com/Piazza­Renton Sustainable Renton www.facebook.com/SustainableRenton Renton Municipal Arts Commission www.facebook.com/RentonMunicipalArtsCommission


Evergreen City Ballet www.facebook. com/EvergreenCityBallet IKEA Performing Arts Center www.facebook. com/pages/ Renton-­Ikea-­ Performing-­Arts-­ Center/160533667300205 Renton Civic Theatre www.facebook.com/RentonCivicTheatre Carco Theatre www.facebook.com/CarcoTheater Renton FilmFrenzy www.facebook.com/RentonFilmFrenzy?fref=ts Seattle International Film Festival www.facebook.com/SIFFNews


Renton Chamber of Commerce www.facebook.com/rentonchamber Valley Medical  Center www.facebook.com/valleymed The  Landing www.facebook.com/TheLandinginRenton


Renton Little League www.facebook.com/RentonLittleLeague Seattle Seahawks: http://www.facebook.com/Seahawks Seattle Rainmakers: https://www.facebook.com/SeattleRainmakers



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s always, the main event this summer will be the 31st Annual Renton River Days celebration, a multi-day family festival and celebration of all things Renton, scheduled this year for July 22-24. Liberty Park is once again the focal point for the festival, with Cedar River Park is also host to many events in and around the Renton Community Center. Renton River Days began in 1986, bringing together residents, businesses, organizations and tourists with music, food, arts and crafts, recreation and staged performances. This is the 18th year that IKEA is the presenting sponsor for the city’s summertime festival. Here’s the schedule: • Thursday, July 21, Senior Day Picnic, Renton Community Center. • Friday-Sunday, July 22-24, main festival weekend, Liberty

Park. Event hours in Liberty Park will be July 22-23, 11 a.m.- 8 p.m.; July 24, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Featuring the KidZone (inflatables and numerous activity stations just for kids), two entertainment stages, the Nibble of Renton food booths, Art Market (arts and crafts booths), Renton Annual Art Show (juried fine art show at the Renton Community Center), Community Booths, Quilt Show (inside the Library), Chalk Art Contest (on the tennis courts)and lots ore fun for all ages. • Saturday, July 23, River Days Parade. The parade begins at 10 a.m. on South Third

Street in downtown Renton. • Sunday, July 24, Rubber Ducky Derby. Ducks are launched from the Houser Way Bridge at 4:30 p.m.

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Renton River Days • Liberty Park; Cedar River Park • Festival weekend, July 22-24 • Web site: rentonriverdays.org • Festival information line and voicemail: 425-430-6528 • www.rentonriverdays.org

• Parade applications are available at rentonriverdays.org. For more information, contact Nancy Quinn, parade chair, at 425-572-5702 or email at parade@ rentonriverdays.org. Parade application deadline is July 1. • Renton Annual Art Show artist prospectus is available now at www. rentonannualartshow.com. Information is also available by contacting Vicki Faull, committee chair at 425-254-9934 or email at vfaull@bannerbank.com.

• 1:30 and 6 p.m. Friday, July 22, and 1:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23. Tickets are $2 per children under 18, and $3 for adults 18 and over. Tickets will be available July 22 and 23 at the Festival Information Booth and 30 minutes prior to each showtime at the circus entrance in Cedar Rover Park.


here are plenty of ways to get involved in the festival as a vendor, participant or as a visitor. The festival web site, rentonriverdays,org, has all the information that’s necessary to plan to participate in the festival and to enjoy it. There are some key deadlines and key dates, including: • Community booth applications are available NOW at rentonrvierdays.org. The


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Fabulous Fourth of July lights up with fun at Coulon Park


Fourth enton’s Fabulous Fourth of July returns of July to Gene Coulon Renton’s Fabulous Memorial Beach Park for 2016, Fourth of July promising a spectacular display Coulon Park of fireworks and fun. 7 a.m. - Park opens. Noon. - 8 p.m. The City of Renton invites the - Free KidZone Activities. 1:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. - Stage entertainment. community down to the park 10 p.m. - Fireworks off the shores of for free children’s activities. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, There will be stage enter1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. More tainment and a professional information is available online at 25-minute fireworks display www.rentonwa.gov/living/default. launched from the river walk in aspx?id=5920 Lake Washington at 10 p.m. Co-sponsor: The Landing The event draws an average crowd of 20,000 to Gene Coulon and many more viewing the display from boats, canoes, kayaks, and beyond. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park is located at 1201 Lake Washington Blvd.


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Council last week. “Renton was always been “well below” not have a problem with does the excess federal action limits of 15 lead in our water.” parts With high-profile stories per billion. Zimmermann was asked around the region and the by According to Zimme coun- the mayor to provide a report try of lead being found af- lead in drinking water rman, in drink- ter reports showed high general ly levels ing water supplies, includin comes not from the lead in some Tacoma homes of g parents of Tacoma and Seattle, and leached out of pipes,source but schools and after Seattle particu offi Renton officials are assuring the plumbing in older homes,larly asked residents to run their cials residents that the city’s water taps especially those for two minutes after it had been 1986. Drinkin built before supply is safe. g water is generally sitting for more than six hours. “The news is good news, slightly acidic on the pH Zimmerman said the law ” scale, Public Works Administrator which has a corrosive eff requires Renton to test its ect water Gregg Zimmerman told not treated and can leach if supply every year and the the City lead city from pipes or even solder con-

supply is safe from lead necting pipes. Becaus e of that, the city a corrosion-control agent adds to counteract the water’s natural acidity and prevent further corrosion.

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An Earlington Hill resident nership of key community , with partorganizations and the city, is taking a step new kind of atmosphere. to cultivate a Rhoda Green is spearheading the movement to start a commu den in the almost half-acr nity gare spot west of City View Church that sits at Earlington Hill on Southw the foot of est Langston Avenue. The open green space, currentl y partly owned by the church and by Light, has been an area of Seattle City concern for residents for years as it has attracted criminal activity. Over the years, Green and members of Earlingt on borhood Association have Hill Neighbeen working with the city to transform the cultivating the bottom half area by of installing a gate and erecting the hill, a According to a press release, sign. this has dramatically reduced the illegal activity in the area. [ more GARDEN page 20 ]

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RENTON | EVENTS CALENDAR JUNE Renton Farmers Market June 7-Sept. 27, 3 to 7 p.m. The only Tuesday farmers market in the Puget Sound region, the Renton Farmers Market will be at the Piazza, at South Third Street and Burnett Avenue South. For more information, visit rentonfarmersmarket.com or call 425-4307214. Fishing Kids Derby June 4 An annual Fishing Kids event at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park for ages 5-14. Pre-registration and fee required. For more information, call 425-430-6700. Renton City Concert Band June 12, 2 p.m.

The Renton City Band will perform at the Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center, 400 S. Second St. Tickets are $10 adults, and $7 students and seniors and are available at the door. Henry Moses Aquatic Center opens June 18 1719 S.E. Maple Valley Highway Call 425-430-6780 for more information. Swimming beaches open June 18, noon - 8 p.m. Lifeguards on duty at Gene Coulon and Kennydale beach parks on Lake Washington Blvd. N.

JULY Renton Fabulous 4th of July July 4, Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, 1201 Lake Washington Blvd.

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Free children’s activities and face-painting, noon - 8 p.m., stage entertainment 1 p.m.9:30 p.m., and a professional fireworks show over Lake Washington.

Renton River Days Festival July 22-24 Events are centered at Liberty Park. See page 6 for full details. For more information, visit rentonwa.gov.

Return to Renton Car Show July 10, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Check out classic vehicles at the annual Return to Renton Benefit Car Show and Cruise. See page 11 for full details. For more information, call 425-430-7589 or visit www. GoRenton.com.


Roberto the Magnificent July 18, 11 a.m. Comedic show filled with visual stunts sand audience participation is free at Renton Community Center, 1715 Maple Valley Highway.


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Renton River Days Senior Day BBQ Picnic July 21, TBD Senior Day Picnic, Renton Community Center, 1715 Maple Valley Highway. Tickets are required. For more information, call 425-4306633.

National Night Out Aug. 2, TBD Thomas Teasdale Park Free food, games and inflatables for the kids at the park. Stop & Swap Recycling Event August 13, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Swap treasures or junk. Renton Memorial Stadium, 405 Logan Ave. N. Ivar’s Family Fun & Films July 22, 29, Aug. 5, 12, 8 p.m. Movies include Aladdin (7/22), Minions (7/29), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (8/5) and The Goonies (8/12). Ticket sales begin at 7 p.m. Each entrance is $5. Entry to Henry Moses Aquatic Center, 1719 S.E. Maple Valley Highway, begins at 8 p.m.


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Cruise on in for the biggest car show of the year! Now in its 26th year, the annual Return To Renton Return to Car Show will take over the Renton downtown streets from 10 Annual Benefit and Cruise In a.m. to 3 p.m. July 10. • July 10 Designed as fundraiser for • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. the Renton Police Depart• Registration, Show Headquarters, ment’s Youth Education & Awards: Piazza Park (corner of S. 3rd/ Programs, the show has Burnett Ave. S.) donated more than $225,000 • gorenton.com since it began. Last year, 325 cars and an estimated 4,000 spectators packed the downtown core to compete for 40 different trophies. For more information, visit our Facebook page @ Return to Renton Car Show. Still have questions? Call 425-430-7589 or email rtrcarshow@gmail.com.


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Downtown Art & Antique Walk Aug. 20-21, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. On the downtown streets with paintings, pottery, sculpture and photography displays from dozens of artists. Throughout downtown Renton on South Third Street from Burnett Avenue to Main Avenue.

SEPTEMBER Pooch Plunge Sept. 9, 4 to 6 p..m Sept. 10, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring your dog to the Henry Moses Aquatic Center, 1719 S.E. Maple Valley Highway. Cost is $10. Fall Recycling Day Sept. 10, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. An opportunity for residents to recycle large items and hard-to-recycle materials in one place. Renton Technical College, North Parking Lot. For more information, call 425-430-7398.

OCTOBER Piazza’s Fall Harvest Festival and Business Expo Oct. TBD Booths full of produce, flowers, arts and crafts and food. There will be entertainment and pumpkin decorating contests. For more information, visit www.piazzarenton.com. All at the Piazza at Third and Burnett downtown.

Renton FilmFrenzy Oct. TBD A 50-hour filmmaking competition that happens throughout Renton. The films are screened and the winners announced later in October. Truck or Treat Oct. TBD Halloween fun for kids ages 2 to 10 years old, with a parent or guardian at the Renton Community Center, 1715 Maple Valley Highway. For more information, call 425-430-6700.

DECEMBER Santa House Dec. TBD Visit Santa at the Piazza in downtown Renton and have pictures taken at the Piazza, South Third and Burnett. Ivar’s Clam Lights opening night Dec. TBD The famous Ivar’s Clam Lights will light up Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park for the holiday season through Jan. 1. For more information, call 425-430-6700. Holiday Tree Lighting and activities at the Piazza Dec. TBD Santa, food, entertainment and fun for the whole family in downtown Renton. The tree lighting and arrival of Santa Claus are at the Piazza.


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THE DISTRICT About 14,000 students attend pre-kindergarten through 12th grade in the Renton School District. The district encompasses 32.5 square miles, stretching beyond Renton city limits to portions of Bellevue, Issaquah, Seattle and Kent. The Renton School District contains 14 elementary schools, three middle schools and three high schools as well as the Renton Secondary Learning Center, Renton Academy, Meadow Crest Early Learning Center, and the H.O.M.E. program.

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SUPERINTENDENT Dr. Art Jarvis Dr. Jarvis is serving as interim superintendent through July 2017. Phone: 425-204-2340 email: Arthur.Jarvis@rentonschools.com Office: Kohlwes Education Center, 300 S.W. Seventh St., Renton District web site: www.RentonSchools.us

SCHOOL BOARD Web site: http://www.RentonSchools.us/Departments/Board_of_Directors Board members do not maintain offices in the district office. • Todd Franceschina, District 1 todd.franceschina@rentonschools.us • Al Talley, District 2, Board President al.talley@rentonschools.us • Lynn Desmarais, District 3 lynn.desmarais@rentonschools.us • Gloria Hodge, District 4 gloria.hodge@rentonschools.us • Pam Teal, District 5, board vice president pam.teal@rentonschools.us MEETINGS Renton School District School Board meets at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at Kohlwes Education Center at 300 S.W. Seventh St. To see upcoming agendas, visit http://www.boarddocs.com/wa/rpswa/Board.nsf/public SCHOOL CLOSURES/WEATHER http://www.schoolreport.org


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The following are addresses and telephone numbers for offices and schools within the Renton School District. Kohlwes Education Center 300 S.W. Seventh St. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-2300 Elementary schools, K-5 Benson Hill 18665 116th Ave. S. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-3300 Bryn Mawr 8212 S. 118th St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-4150

www.rentonreporter.com Honey Dew 800 Union Ave. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4800

Talbot Hill 2300 Talbot Road S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-4900

Kennydale 1700 N.E. 28th St. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-4700

Tiffany Park 1601 Lake Youngs Way S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-4850

Campbell Hill 6418 S. 124th St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-4000

Lakeridge 7400 S. 115th St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-4100

Cascade 16022 116th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-3350 Hazelwood 7100 116th Ave. S.E. Newcastle, WA 98056 425-204-4550

Maplewood Heights 13430 144th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4750 Renton Park 16828 128th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-2950

Middle schools, 6-8 Dimmitt 12320 80th Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-2800

Highlands 2720 N.E. Seventh St. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-4600

Sierra Heights 9901 132nd Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4650

McKnight 1200 Edmonds Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-3600 Nelsen 2403 Jones Ave. S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-3000 [ more RSD page 15 ]

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Renton Academy Grades 1-12 6928 116th Ave. S.E. Newcastle, WA 98056 425-204-2550

New Horizon School Grades 6-12 1111 S. Carr Road Renton, WA 98055 425-226-3717 www.edline.net/pages/NewHorizonSchool

Private Schools St. Anthony School Grades 1-7 336 Shattuck Ave. S. Renton, WA 98057 425-255-0059 sasr.org

High schools, 9-12 Hazen 1101 Hoquiam Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4200 Lindbergh 16426 128th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-3200 Renton 400 S. Second St. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-3400 Secondary Learning Center 7800 S. 132nd St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-2100


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Renton Virtual High School 315 Garden Ave. N. Renton, WA 98055, 425-204-4510 More Renton sites Griffin Home, 8-12 6928 116th Ave. S.W. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-2550 Meadow Crest Early Childhood Center, Grades P2-K2 1800 Index Ave. NE Renton, WA 98056 425-204-2200 H.O.M.E. Program, Grades K2-12 2607 Jones Ave. S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-2520

Rainier Christian Schools: Highlands Elementary 850 Union Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-228-9897 www.rainiercsd.com

Renton Christian School Grades K-8 15717 152nd Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-226-0820 rentonchristian.org

Renton Techncial College


Renton Technical College is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year. RTC offers training, re-training and career paths for those who seek marketable job skills or to upgrade current skill sets. Specialized programs allow students, with or without high school credentials, to enter at numerous times, progress in accordance with individual aptitudes and complete low-cost training to make job entry and success possible. Regularly recognized as one of the best in the country, training at Renton Technical College is relevant in today’s real-world job market. The worker of tomorrow is trained by the journey-level instructor of today. Trainees are ensured that only those skills and concepts essential for seeking, gaining and holding a job are taught. Mathematical, scientific, communication and human relation skills are integrated into practical instruction. RTC’s goal is to provide job training in the shortest period of time at the least cost is an important concept for both the student and the Washington taxpayer. Training at the College is comprised of three programs: •Full-time, initial job training; • Part-time, re-training or upgrading existing skills; and • Apprenticeship-related instruct. The Renton Technical College campus is located on 30 acres just north of NE 3rd Street in Renton, Washington. For more information, visit rtc.edu

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he City of Renton works in partnership with residents, businesses and schools to: • Provide a healthy, welcoming atmosphere where citizens choose to live, raise families and take pride in their community • Promote planned growth and economic vitality •Create a positive work environment • Meet service demands through innovation and commitment to excellence The city operates under the laws of the State of Washington as an “optional municipal code city,” governed by the Renton Municipal Code. Code cities have broad authority within their geographic domain. Renton is governed with a mayor-council form of government. Renton voters elect these eight officials “atlarge,” meaning there is no geographic representation to any position among the city’s policy makers.

The 2016 City Council, above, is led by Randy Corman. Mayor Denis Law just began his third term.

Mayor • Provides leadership to guide the functions of city government • Establishes policy positions for city departments to carry out • Implements the policy guidance given by the legislative branch (City Council) City Council • 7 members • Principally responsible for policy-making • Meets each Monday • Passes ordinances and resolutions as a reflection of the City’s policy direction

Mayor's Office


MAYOR DENIS LAW E-mail: dlaw@rentonwa.gov Phone: 425-430-6500 Office: Seventh floor, City Hall Denis Law is in his third term as mayor of Renton. Law is like the chief executive officer of a large corporation, in this case the City of Renton. He works closely with a chief administrative officer who runs the day-to-day operations of the city. The mayor represents the city at local, state and national events. CITY HALL 1055 S. Grady Way Renton, WA 98057 425-430-6400 www.rentonwa.gov CITY WEB SITE The City of Renton's website, rentonwa.gov, is an award winner, featuring everything from a city calendar, to City Council agendas and minutes, to in-depth information about city services to information that will help citizens get through their daily lives.

City Council


MEMBERS • Randy Corman, council president • Armondo Pavone, President pro-tem • Ryan McIrvin • Ruth Perez • Don Persson • Ed Prince • Carol Ann Witschi CONTACT E-mail: council@rentonwa.gov. To e-mail an individual council member, use this protocol: dpersson@rentonwa.gov. Website: http://rentonwa. gov/government/default.aspx?id=1776 Phone: 425-430-6501 Office: Seventh floor, City Hall MEETINGS The City Council meets at 7 p.m. Mondays in its chambers on the seventh floor of City Hall. Council committees meet during the week to discuss specific topics, such as public safety, finances and city utilities. Residents may address the council at every meeting.

Disaster prepare


RENTON/KING COUNTY • Renton Emergency Management, 425-430-7000. Online at rentonwa.gov • Renton CodeRED Emergency Notification System (reverse 911): sign up online at www.rentonwa.gov (click on Emergencies tab) • Renton CodeRED Emergency Notification System: Sign up by phone at 425-430-7000, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., to request a registration form by mail. Take Winter By Storm www.takewinterbystorm.org Information for getting prepared and staying informed when bad weather strikes. Regional Public Information Network (RPIN) www.rpin.org One-stop resources for news alerts from more than 75 government, transportation, utility, health and emergency response agencies serving citizens in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. American Red Cross www.seattleredcross.org/ In a disaster, the American Red Cross responds with food, shelter and hope. King County Flood Warning System www.kingcounty.gov/environment/waterandland/flooding/warning-system.aspx


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RENTON | REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY Voters in April approved the new Renton Regional Fire Authority, combining the Renton Fire Department with King County Fire District No. 25. When it becomes official on July 1, the fire authority will serve more than 125,000 people over about 50 square miles. The new Authority will be governed by a six-member board, including three councilmembers and three representatives from FD25. Funding will switch to a combined assessed value and Fire Benefit Charge model. Led by Fire Chief Mark Peterson, the department provides emergency medical, fire rescue and hazardous-material response. The department coordinates emergency management for the city of Renton, inspects businesses and buildings for adherence to fire code,

investigates the cause of fires and promotes fire prevention and disaster-preparedness.

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Last year, the fire department responded to nearly 15,000 incidents, including fires and

fire investigations, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, hazardous materials responses, water rescues, and specialized technical rescues. With the vote, a new fire station will be built in the Kennydale neighborhood. Renton Fire & Emergency Services Department locations: • Administration and Emergency Management — 1055 S. Grady Way • Fire Station 11 — 211 Mill Ave. S. • Fire Station 12 — 1209 Kirkland Ave. N.E. • Fire Station 13 and Community Risk Reduction — 18002 108th Ave. S.E. • Fire Station 14 and Training — 1900 Lind Ave. S.W. • Fire Station 16 — 12923 156th Ave. S.E. • Fire Station 17 — 14810 S.E. Petrovitsky Road

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enton is the official home of the Super Bowl XXVIII and reigning NFC West Champion Seattle Seahawks! The team fell just short of its goal last year, losing in the NFC Championship game, but with a returning core of players, the Seahawks look to make a run again this year. The Hawks will begin its 2016 campaign in Renton in August, as always, with two weeks worth of practices open to the public. Fans and Seahawks players interact regularly at the training camp hosted at the Seahawks’ headquarters and practice facility, the Virginia Mason Athletic Center, located at 12 Seahawks Drive in north Renton. Each practice session has a limited number of seats that fans register for online.

Full practice schedules are usually announced in June, with registration for tickets beginning in July. Tickets are available on a first-come-, first-served basis.

Last year, there was a maximum of four (4) registrants per group, and a limit of four (4) practices per registrant. Fans 15 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult. Only fans

that registered through this site will be allowed to attend practice. The city of Renton regularly hosts 12th Man rallies at City Hall and additional rallies are hosted each year by The Landing to allow local fans to come out and support their team. The Seahawks also host special days with kids during training camp and are routinely found at events areound the community. Visit Seahawks.com for practice schedules and more information.


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RENTON | PRO SPORTS The Mariners have a number of flexible ticket options for groups and individuals. Go to SeattleMariners.com for more information.


The Seattle Thunderbirds play in Kent’s ShoWare Center. The hockey team’s season runs from September through March and tickets are reasonably priced. Visit tickets.SeattleThunderbirds.com for more information.


Sounders The Seattle Sounders, who also have the same ownership as the Seahawks,


also officially call the city of Renton home, but play home soccer games at Qwest Field February through June. The Sounders are Seattle’s Major League Soccer team and have the most season-ticket holders in the league. Go to SoundersFC.com for more

information. They practice at the Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila.

Mariners The Seattle Mariners play home baseball games at Safeco Field April through October.

Storm The Seattle Storm play home basketball games at KeyArena, May through September. The Storm offers a family friendly and affordable atmosphere at games. Go to storm.wnba.com for ticket and schedule information.

Leave them something to remember you by. Announcing the new Cedar View Mausoleum at Greenwood Memorial Park. Establish a lasting legacy for generations to come. Call today for more information or visit us for a tour of this peaceful area of remembrance.


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The Seattle Rainmakers of the Major League Ultimate Frisbee league play their home games at Renton Memorial Stadium in North Renton. Last season, the team won the MLU Western Conference but fell to Boston in the championship game. The 2016 season is under way now. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit seattle.rainmakers.mlultimate. com.

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RENTON | PREP SPORTS Renton prep Renton consistently fields strong teams in multiple sports – including multiple League Champions and consistently sees local athletes among the top in the state. Next year, the three Renton high schools will join new sports leagues as the Seamount League will fold following the 2015-2016 school year. Beginning in September, Hazen has opted-up to a 4A school and will play in the newly reformed North Puget Sound League. Renton and Lindbergh remain 2A and will play in the South Puget Sound League. Liberty, an Issaquah School District school located in and drawing students from Renton will continue to play in the 4A KingCo league. Fall sports are football,

volleyball, cross country, girls soccer, golf and girls swim and dive. Winter sports are basketball, wrestling, boys swim and dive, gymnastics and bowling. Spring sports are baseball, softball, tennis, golf, track and field and boys soccer.

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The Renton History Museum offers changing exhibits four times a year, in addition to permanent exhibits exploring Renton’s rich heritage. The museum’s current exhibit, Sustaining A City, explores Renton’s unique growing, cooking, and eating traditions, including Duwamish fishing and gathering, German bakeries and Italian wine-making, as well as chain restaurants and supermarkets. The museum also offers spring and fall series of cultural programs for adults and children; check the website for dates and times. Tours and classroom programs are also available, and the museum has a research room to answer genealogy questions.

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RENTON SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER The Renton Senior Activity Center sponsors free social, health and recreational activities and services. This drop-in facility offers opportunities for fun, friendship, health and socialization for citizens age 50 and older.

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211 Burnett Ave. Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday) 425-430-6633 http://rentonwa.gov/senioractivitycenter/

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URGENT CARE AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK Monday – Friday 8 AM – 8 PM; Saturday & Sunday 8AM – 4 PM


Renton Landing Clinic 1205 N 10th Street, Suite A Renton, WA 98057

N. Benson Clinic 10555 SE Carr Road Renton, WA 98055 Other Urgent Care Locations: Newcastle Clinic Covington Clinic Maple Valley Clinic


Valley Medical Center Urgent Care Clinics Unexpected sniffle, ache or injury? Need an appointment today or tomorrow? Walk-in appointments welcome, or call 425.656.4000 to schedule a reserved appointment.

Valley Medical Center proudly offers a network of primary care clinics which serve as a medical home for care management.


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