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MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR Welcome to Renton, one of the most livable cities in the Puget Sound region. Located along the southern shore of Lake Washington, Renton is a culturally diverse, business-friendly city providing excellent opportunities, wonderful dining experiences, a wide variety of shopping options and much more. We enjoy beautiful, well-maintained parks and recreation facilities where families can relax and play, a nationally-recognized public school system, world-class health care services, abundant natural beauty and a rich and diverse cultural heritage. What makes Renton particularly attractive is a great location and a quality of life enhanced by cultural amenities, safe streets, and a range of housing options. Denis Law Urban apartments, downtown Mayor condominiums, luxury homes, beautiful multi-family developments, and quality, affordable single-family subdivisions are among the various housing options available to families of all income levels. Looking for something to do? Stroll the Cedar River Trail, visit the Renton Historical Museum, take in breathtaking views at Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, or play a round of golf at Maplewood Golf Course. If you like fresh produce, home-made foods, and gorgeous flowers, you’ll enjoy our Farmers Market every Tuesday from June to September at Piazza Park in downtown. A number of world-class companies call Renton home, including The Boeing Company, PACCAR, and IKEA. Our friendly, pro-business climate attracts and keeps scores

of businesses, including Fry’s Electronics, Wizards of the Coast, and Sam’s Club. In June, a luxury Hyatt Regency hotel and conference center will open on the shores of Lake Washington near Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. The Landing, a premier shopping experience featuring creative boutiques, brand-name shops, cozy cafes, restaurants, salons, spas and more. Renton’s downtown, the Highlands, and other neighborhoods have several wonderful restaurants and retail stores. Renton is also the proud home of the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks, Super Bowl XLVIII champions, draw capacity crowds to training camp in July and August and the team’s success is a deep source of community pride. In recent years Renton’s population has increased significantly, propelling us from a small working-class town to a wonderfully diverse community of over 103,000 residents. Renton’s active population cares deeply about their community, schools, neighborhoods, and the city itself. Public participation is the cornerstone of society, and Renton is fortunate to have active citizens who give their time and talents to make our community a great place to live, work, learn, and play. Mayor Denis Law

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JUNE RENTON HISTORY MUSEUM CULTURAL EVENTS Thur., June 1 - 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. 235 Mill Ave. S. Enjoy unique artifacts and photos from the Museum’s collection in this exercise in visualizing Renton history RENTON FARMERS MARKET Tue., June 6-Sept. 26, 3 to 7 p.m. Piazza, S. 3rd St. & Burnett Ave. S. The only Tuesday farmers market in the Puget Sound region. For more information, visit rentonfarmersmarket.com or call 425-430-7214. FISHING KIDS DERBY Sat., June 3 Register by May 29 Rentonwa.gov/CyberSignup 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. STOP & SWAP RECYCLING EVENT Sat., June 3, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Renton Memorial Stadium, 405 Logan Ave. N. • South Parking Lot Hosted by the City of Renton, is designed to divert quality goods from your waste stream and make them available to neighbors and non-profits who can use them.

THE LANDING FARMERS MARKET IN RENTON Thur., June 8-Sept 14 • 3 to 7 p.m. The Landing’s Farmers Market in Renton is located in a family friendly shopping center. The Market offers organically grown produce, freshly cut flowers, wine & beer tasting, bi-weekly cooking classes, handcrafted Hawaiian lemonade, kettle corn, and more! Join us for the Opening Day on June 8th to meet Ciscoe Morris!

RENTON CITY CONCERT BAND Sun., June 11, 2 p.m. Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center, 400 S. 2nd St. Tickets are $10 adults, and $7 students and seniors and are available at the door. HENRY MOSES AQUATIC CENTER Open June 24-September 4 1719 S.E. Maple Valley Highway Swimming beaches open June 18, noon - 8 p.m. Call 425-430-6780 for more information.

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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: dperson@rentonwa.gov. Website: 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.

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CALENDAR KENNYDALE BEACH PARK Open June 24-September 4 3501 Lake Washington Blvd. N. Lifeguards will be on duty from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily through Labor Day. For more information, please call 425-430-6700. GENE COULON MEMORIAL BEACH PARK Open June 24-September 4 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. Lifeguards will be on duty from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily through Labor Day. For more information, please call 425-430-6700 KIDD VALLEY SUMMER CONCERT Wed., June 28 - 7-8:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. (next to Kidd Valley) Massy Ferguson - Steeped in the classic Americana, giving a cinematic music experience about the blue-collar aspects of our nation — more rock than country.

JULY RENTON FABULOUS 4TH OF JULY Tue., July 4, Noon-9:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. 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. rentonwa.gov/4thofJuly

KIDD VALLEY SUMMER CONCERT Wed., July 5 - 7-8:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. (next to Kidd Valley) Cherry Cherry - One of the coolest variations of the Neil Diamond experience you will ever see. 27th ANNUAL RETURN TO RENTON CAR SHOW Sun., July 9, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 257 Burnett Ave. S., 98057 Check out classic vehicles at the annual Return to Renton Benefit Car Show and Cruise. For more information, call 425-430-7589 or visit rtrcarshow.org.

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KIDD VALLEY SUMMER CONCERT Wed., July 12 - 7-8:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. (next to Kidd Valley) Blues Power Revue - The Blues Power Revue is everything you want in a high energy show band. Expect mighty R & B music of the 60’s and 70’s. RENTON HISTORY MUSEUM CULTURAL EVENTS Thur., July 13 - 6 p.m.-7 p.m. 235 Mill Ave. S. Curator Sarah Samson discusses the objects that trace the life and culture of our city in A History of Renton in 75 Objects.

KIDD VALLEY SUMMER CONCERT Wed., July 19 - 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Wash. Blvd N. (next to Kidd Valley) The Popoffs - The Popoffs are on a mission to fill dance floors everywhere. Playing hits from the 60’s 70’s 80’s 90’s & today. RENTON RIVER DAYS SENIOR DAY BBQ PICNIC Thur., July 20 Renton Community Center 1715 Maple Valley Highway Tickets are required. For more information, call 425-430-6633. 32nd ANNUAL RENTON RIVER DAYS FESTIVAL July 21-24 Events are centered at Liberty Park. For more information, visit rentonriverdays.org. IVAR’S FAMILY FUN & FILMS Friday, July 21 - Jungle Book Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park Movie @ Dusk Friday, July 28 - Moana Henry Moses Aquatic Center Gates Open 8:00p.m. Movie @ Dusk For movies at the Henry Moses Aquatic Center, tickets can be purchased for $5.00 beginning at 7:00pm. Entry to facility begins at 8:00pm.


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ANTIQUE CLASSIC BOAT SHOW July 22 - 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. acbs-pnw.org KIDD VALLEY SUMMER CONCERT Wed., July 26 - 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. (next to Kidd Valley) Marlin James Band - The Marlin James Band plays a wide a variety of Country Music. They will go from Merle Haggard to Zac Brown to Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan, then the Rolling Stones!

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT Tues., August 1 Thomas Teasdale Park Free food, games and inflatables for the kids at the park. KIDD VALLEY SUMMER CONCERT Wed., August 2 - 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park 1201 Lake Washington Blvd. N. (next to Kidd Valley) Crème Tangerine - Crème Tangerine performs the music of the Beatles for thousands each year. IVAR’S FAMILY FUN & FILMS Fri., August 4 - Sing Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park Movie @ Dusk Fri., August 11 - Finding Dory Henry Moses Aquatic Center Gates Open 8 p.m. - Movie @ Dusk For movies at the Henry Moses Aquatic Center, tickets can be purchased for $5.00 beginning at 7:00pm. Entry to facility begins at 8:00pm.

SEPTEMBER 2017 RENTON CITY COMIC CONVENTION (REN-CON) Sat., September 16 & Sun., September 17 Renton Pavilion, 233 Burnett Ave. S. www.gorenton.com

POOCH PLUNGE Sat., September 16, & Sun., September 17 1719 S.E. Maple Valley Highway Bring your dog to the Henry Moses Aquatic Center. Cost is $10. FALL RECYCLING DAY Sat., September 9, 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.

TRUCK OR TREAT October 18 - 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Renton Community Center 1715 Maple Valley Highway Halloween fun for kids ages 2 to 10 years old, with a parent or guardian. For more information, call 425-430-6700. OLDE FASHION HALLOWEEN PARTY October 26 - 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Main Street Square, Downtown Renton (Enter 200 block Main Ave. S.) Stroll downtown Renton for Trick or Treating.

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OCTOBER PIAZZA’S FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL AND BUSINESS EXPO October 5 - 10 a.m.-4 p.m. All at the Piazza at Third and Burnett downtown. Booths full of produce, flowers, arts and crafts and food. There will be entertainment and pumpkin decorating contests. For more information, visit piazzarenton.com. RENTON FILMFRENZY WEEKEND October 4-6 A 50-hour filmmaking competition that happens throughout Renton. The films are screened and the winners announced later in October.

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. TREE LIGHTING AT THE LANDING Dec. TBD

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RENTON SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER 211 Burnett Ave. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 425-430-6633 rentonwa.gov/senioractivitycenter 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. All activities are offered in a warm, homey atmosphere. The center does not provide respite, adult daycare, and/or services that would normally be provided by a trained attendant, nurse, or personal caregiver (i.e., incontinence, inability to use the restroom facilities by one’s self, or preventing a participant from leaving the grounds of the center). In addition, the provision of any personal care by staff for a participant is beyond our capability and cannot be expected. Check out the latest version of Golden Opportunities book on our website.

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BE PREPARED 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 resource 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

King County Flood Warning Center 206-296-4535 or 800-768-7932 King County Flood Warning Information line 206-296-8200 or 800-945-9263 Social Media www.twitter.com/kcalerts Metro Transit Disruptions www.kingcounty.gov/metro King County Road Alert www.kingcounty.gov/roadalert King County Road Alerts gismaps.kingcounty.gov/roadalert/ An e-mail subscription service Hazardous Waste Disposal (home or business) 206-296-4692 www.govlink.org/hazwaste Public Schools Emergency Communications System - www.schoolreport.org/ TRAVEL FORECASTS • Seatac Airport - www.portseattle.org/seatac/ • State highway real time road and weather information - www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/ • Mountain Pass Reports www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/passes/ Washington State Travel Alerts www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/trafficalerts/default. aspx TRAVEL INFORMATION BY PHONE - 511

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RENTON INFORMATION YOU WANT TO KNOW COMMUNITY CITY OF RENTON City Hall: 1055 S. Grady Way • 425-430-6400 Website: Rentonwa.gov Facebook: CityofRenton Twitter: CityofRenton Youtube: CityofRenton COMMUNITY SERVICES Facebook: RentonCommunityServices DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HELP Domestic Abuse Crises Line • 425-656-7867 WASHINGTON STATE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Hotline: 1-800-562-6025 (voice/TTY) YWCA Domestic Violence Advocacy line: 206-466-4882 Consejo Counseling: 206-461-4480 FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION: 1055 S Grady Way, 7th Floor • 425-430-7000 Located within the 38.1 square mile Renton service area there are six fire stations housing six engine companies, one truck company, two basic life support units, two battalion chiefs and staff. Each engine and company is continually staffed around the clock with three firefighters and the basic life support units with two firefighters. Advanced life support service is provided by King County Medic One. EMERGENCY SERVICES Website: rentonwa.gov/government/default. aspx?id=37170 Facebook: RentonEM Twitter: RentonEM

FIRE DEPARTMENT Website: rentonwa.gov/fire Facebook: RentonFire Twitter: CityofRenton Fire Station #11 211 Mill Ave. S. Fire Station #12 1209 Kirkland Ave. N.E. Fire Station #13 18002 108th Ave. S.E. Fire Station #14 1900 Lind Ave. S.W. Fire Station #16 12923 156th Ave. S.E. Fire Station #17 14810 Petrovitsky Road S.E. Fire Training Division: 1900 Lind Ave. S.W. • 425-430-7100 FRED HANCOCK AMERICAN LEGION POST 19 3224 N.E. 12th St. • 425-271-1439 Post and Auxilary meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. Website: post19.org HUMAN SERVICES: Assistance and Discount Programs Need help? Call the Crisis Clinic Community Information Line, 2-1-1, Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. If your cell phone does not connect, dial 1-877-211-9274. TDD 206-461-3610. Operators will direct you to telephone numbers for local health and human services, including housing, food and clothing, volunteering, caregiver resources, legal help, utility assistance, health care, and disability services. rentonwa.gov/humanservices

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RENTON INFORMATION YOU WANT TO KNOW RENTON HISTORY MUSEUM 235 Mill Ave. S. • 425-255-2330 Website: rentonwa.gov/rentonhistorymuseum/ Facebook: RentonHistoryMuseum Twitter: rentonhistory RENTON HOUSING AUTHORITY 2900 N.E. 10th St. • 425-226-1850 Website: rentonhousing.org Facebook: rentonhousing Twitter: renton_ha KIWANIS CLUB OF RENTON “Serving the children of the world” We meet every Thursday at 7:27 a.m. at Renton Technical College - Culinary Room Website: kiwanisrenton.org/ RENTON LIONS CLUB 915 N. Landing Way • 206-321-1381 Website: e-clubhouse.org/sites/renton/ Facebook: rentonlions Twitter: rentonlionsclub RENTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 616 Perimeter Road W. • 425-430-7471 Website: rentonwa.gov/airport Facebook: pages/Renton-­ Airport/150208068360933 RENTON MUNICIPAL ARTS COMMISSION Website: artscommission.rentonwa.gov Facebook: RentonMunicipalArtsCommission RENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 1055 S. Grady Way 425-430-7500 - Business Line 425-235-2121 - Non -Emergencies Website: rentonwa.gov/police Facebook: RentonPDWA Twitter: rentonpdwa

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Marriage License King County Regional Justice Center 401 Fourth Ave. N. • 206-205-7330 POST OFFICES 17200 116th Ave. S.E. Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 4301 N.E. 4th St Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 314 Williams Ave. S. Monday - Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PIAZZA RENTON 233 Burnett Ave. S. Facebook: Piazza­Renton RENTON COMMUNITY CENTER 1715 Maple Valley Highway 425-430-6700/425-430-6701 The Renton Community Center is a full service recreation facility that includes a 2,200 square foot fitness room with cardio, stretching and strength equipment, group fitness classes, personal training, and three racquetball courts. The Renton Community Center also features a 3300 square foot banquet room available for private rentals, two full size gyms, meeting rooms, and a full-service caterer’s kitchen. Monday-Thursday 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday 6 a.m.-5 p.m. • Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Website: rentonwa.gov/rcc/ RENTON FARMERS MARKET 233 Burnett Ave. S. • 425-430-7214 Website: rentonfarmersmarket.com Facebook: RentonFarmersMarket Twitter: RentonFarmersM

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RENTON INFORMATION YOU WANT TO KNOW UTILITY BILLING (FINANCE DEPARTMENT) Email: UB@rentonwa.gov • 425.430.6852 Billing inquiries, requests for new service, and requests to have water turned back on should be directed to Utility Billing. For additional information please visit their website at rentonwa.gov/government then click on City Departments and Services go to Utility Systems Do you have a question about your utility bill or water shut-off? Contact Utility Billing. VEHICLE EMISSIONS TESTING 805 S.W. 10th St., Renton, 98055 425-228-6453 3002 A St. S.E., Auburn, 98002 • 253-939-1225 VOTER REGISTRATION King County Elections 919 S.W. Grady Way • 206-296-VOTE (8683) TTY: 206-296-0109 Fax: 206-296-0108 Weekdays 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Website: kingcountygov/depts/electionsaspx WASTE DISPOSAL If you do not currently receive garbage and/or recycling service, please contact Republic Services at 425-235-0269 to establish service.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE For a list of accepted materials and quantity limits and restrictions, call the Household Hazards Line at 206-296-4692 RENTON TRANSFER STATION 3021 N.E. 4th St. 206-477-4466 or 1-800-325-6165 ext. 74466 TTY relay: 711; Fax: 206-296-0197 Hours: Mon-Fri: 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sat & Sun: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. “This facility is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. REPUBLIC SERVICES BLACK RIVER TRANSFER STATION 501 Monster Road S.W. 425-235-0269 Website: RepublicServicesNW.com Hours: Mon-Fri 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. BOW LAKE RECYCLING & TRANSFER STATION 18800 Orillia Rd S, Tukwila • 206-477-4466 Hours: Tue - Fri 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sat - Sun 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Website: yourkingcountgov

KING COUNTY WASTE MOBILE Weekly Wastemobile service available at The Oulet Collection (formerly SuperMall) in Auburn each Saturday The Outlet Collection, 1101 Outlet Collection Way, Auburn Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. THE SALVATION ARMY 206 S. Tobin St. • 425-255-5969 Website: migration.salvationarmy.org/renton/ THE SALVATION ARMY RENTON ROTARY FOOD BANK AND SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER 206 S. Tobin St. • 425-255-5969 Website: renton.salvationarmy.org Facebook: pages/The-­Salvation-­Army-­ Renton-­Rotary-­Food-­Bank-­and-­Social-­Service-­ Center/82646606167 SUSTAINABLE RENTON Website: sustainablerenton.org Facebook: SustainableRenton

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RENTON INFORMATION YOU WANT TO KNOW IKEA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 400 S. 2nd St. • 425-204-3454 Website: rentonschools.us/RIPAC Facebook: pages/Renton-­Ikea-­Performing-­Arts-­ Center/160533667300205 Twitter: Renton_Schools RENTON CIVIC THEATRE 507 S. 3rd St. • 425-226-5529 Website: rentoncivictheatre.org Facebook: RentonCivicTheatre Twitter: RentonCivic CARCO THEATRE 1717 Maple Valley Hwy. • 206-453-1489 Website: carcotheatre.org Facebook: CarcoTheater Twitter: carco_theatre RENTON FILMFRENZY Website: washingtonfilmworks.org/tag/rentonfilm-frenzy Facebook: RentonFilmFrenzy?fref=ts Twitter: wafilmworks SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Website: siff.net Facebook: SIFFNews Twitter: siffnews

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RENTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 625 S. 4th St. • 425-226-4560 Website: gorenton.com Facebook: rentonchamber Twitter: rentonchamber VALLEY MEDICAL  CENTER 400 S. 43 St. • 425-228.3450 Website: valleymed.org Facebook: valleymed • Twitter: valleymed THE  LANDING 828 N 10th Pl • 866-651-9723 Website: thelandinginrenton.com Facebook: TheLandinginRenton Twitter: LandinginRenton

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RENTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 300 S.W. 7th St. • 425-204-2300 Website: www.rentonschools.us Facebook: renton.schools Twitter: Renton_Schools COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF RENTON Renton City Hall, 200 Mill Ave. S. #515 • 425-430-6658 Website: renton.ciswa.org Facebook: Communities­InSchools­of­Renton Twitter: CISofRenton

FRIENDS OF RENTON SCHOOLS Website: friendsofrentonschools.org email: info@friendsofrentonschools.org Facebook: Friends­ofRenton-Schools RENTON TECHNICAL COLLEGE 3000 N.E. 4th St. • 425-235-2352 Website: rtc.edu Facebook: RentonTechnicalcollege Twitter: rentontech

SPORTS RENTON LITTLE LEAGUE Website: rentonlittleleague.com Facebook: RentonLittleLeague Twitter: @rentonll2017 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: Website: seahawks.com Facebook: Seahawks Twitter: seahawks SEATTLE RAINMAKERS: Website: seattle.rainmakers.mlultimate.com Facebook: SeattleRainmakers Twitter: SeaRainmakers


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RENTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 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.

SUPERINTENDENT

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• Todd Franceschina, District 1 todd.franceschina@rentonschools.us • Al Talley, District 2, Board President Mr. Talley passed away suddenly on March 29, 2017. • 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 boarddocs.com/wa/rpswa/Board.nsf/public

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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 website: RentonSchools.us

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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. 7th St. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-3300 rentonschools.us Elementary Schools, K-5 Benson Hill 18665 116th Ave. S. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-3300 rentonschools.us/bensonhill Bryn Mawr 8212 S. 118th St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-4150 rentonschools.us/brynmawr Campbell Hill 6418 S. 124th St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-4000 rentonschools.us/campbellhill Cascade 16022 116th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-3350 rentonschools.us/cascade Hazelwood 7100 116th Ave. S.E. Newcastle, WA 98056 425-204-4550 rentonschools.us/hazelwood Highlands 2720 N.E. Seventh St. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-4600 rentonschools.us/highlands

Honey Dew 800 Union Ave. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4800 rentonschools.us/honeydew Kennydale 1700 N.E. 28th St. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-4700 rentonschools.us/kennydale Lakeridge 7400 S. 115th St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-4100 rentonschools.us/lakeridge

Maplewood Heights 130 - Jericho Ave SE Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4750 rentonschools.us/maplewoodheights Renton Park 16828 128th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-2950 rentonschools.us/rentonpark Sierra Heights 2501 - Union Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4650 rentonschools.us/sierraheights Talbot Hill 2300 Talbot Road S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-4900 rentonschools.us/talbothill Tiffany Park 1601 Lake Youngs Way S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-4850 rentonschools.us/tiffanypark

McKnight Middle School 1200 Edmonds Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-3600 rentonschools.us/mcknight Nelsen Middle School 2403 Jones Ave. S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-3000 rentonschools.us/nelsen Risdon Middle School 6928 116th Ave. S.E. Newcastle, WA 98056 425-204-2345 rentonschools.us/Risdon High Schools, 9-12 Hazen 1101 Hoquiam Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-204-4200 rentonschools.us/hazen Lindbergh 16426 128th Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-204-3200 rentonschools.us/lindbergh Renton 400 S. Second St. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-3400 rentonschools.us/rentonhs Secondary Learning Center 7800 S. 132nd St. Seattle, WA 98178 425-204-2100 Renton Virtual High School 315 Garden Ave. N. Renton, WA 98055, 425-204-4510 rentonschools.us/slc

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More Renton sites Griffin Home, 8-12 6928 116th Ave. S.W. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-2550 H.O.M.E. Program, Grades K2-12 2607 Jones Ave. S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-2520 rentonschools.us/home Meadow Crest Early Childhood Center, Grades P2-K2 1800 Index Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98056 425-204-2200 rentonschools.us/meadowcrest Renton Academy Grades 1-12 2607 Jones Ave. S. Renton, WA 98055 425-204-2550 rentonschools.us/rentonacad Private Schools St. Anthony School Grades 1-7 336 Shattuck Ave. S. Renton, WA 98057 425-255-0059 sasr.org Renton Christian School Grades K-8 15717 152nd Ave. S.E. Renton, WA 98058 425-226-0820 rentonchristian.org New Horizon School Grades 6-12 1111 S. Carr Road Renton, WA 98055 425-226-3717 edline.net/pages/NewHorizonSchool Rainier Christian Schools: Highlands Elementary 850 Union Ave. N.E. Renton, WA 98059 425-228-9897 rainiercsd.com


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COMMUNITY PARKS Black River Riparian Forest and Wetland, north of Oakesdale Avenue Southwest and Southwest Seventh Street. Home to more than 50 species of birds, including one of the largest great blue heron colonies in the region. Burnett Linear Park, 502 Burnett Ave. S., is a 1.21-acre park in the South Renton neighborhood. A ten-foot wide promenade sidewalk, completed in 2007, connects the south half with the north half of the park. The large London planetrees shade recently installed features such as the playground, 6 picnic tables and a plaza. Cascade Park, Southeast 162nd Street and 122nd Avenue Southeast. This 10.94-acre park contains wooded areas and open fields and provides the neighborhood with playground equipment, a picnic area and walking paths. Cedar River Park, 1717 S.E. Maple Valley Highway and Houser Way. A 23-acre community park. Includes an activity building, ballfields, picnic areas, restrooms and Cedar River Trail access. The Carco Theatre and the city’s community center are also located on site. Cedar River Off-Leash Dog Park, proceed to the end of Mill Avenue South, cross over Houser Way South to

South Third Street and take a left onto the unmarked access road to park. Nearly 4 acres of level ground are surrounded by a rustic split rail fence. The park includes a separate area for small and shy dogs, and has quickly become a popular gathering area for dogs and their handlers. Cedar River Trail Park, 1060 N. Nishiwaki Lane. The Cedar River Trail stretches for 4.5 miles within city limits and connects eastward to Maple Valley. This 24-acre park contains picnic areas close to the water’s edge, play equipment, a nonmotorized boat launch and restrooms. Earlington Park, 272 Thomas Ave. S.W. This 1.5-acre park is in the city’s West Hill Earlington neighborhood. An eight-footwide asphalt pathway surrounds the park and the park includes a basketball court, picnic tables and funnelball, and provides views of Renton and Mount Rainier. Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park, 1201 Lake Washington Boulevard N. A 57-acre park with nearly 1.5 miles of Lake Washington waterfront. Includes boat launch sites, picnic shelters, play areas, tennis courts, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, swimming areas, an interpretive botanical walk, a fishing pier, a water walk, paved walking trails and restrooms.

Heritage Park, 233 Union Ave. N.E. Located southeast of Renton Technical College in the Highlands, the park features play structures, climbing boulders, a picnic shelter, a play field, a half-court basketball court and paved and forested walking paths. Highlands Neighborhood Center, 800 Edmonds Ave. N.E. This is 11,906 square-foot center includes spectator seating in a gymnasium, a dividable multi-purpose room, classrooms, and a front entry counter. The 10-acre neighborhood park has excellent facilities for children and adults alike. Jones Park, 98 Wells Ave. S. This 1.2-acre park is located north of downtown Renton along the Cedar River. The playground has a riverine theme. Toddlers will be surprised at some of the playground characters they will encounter. A large wooden pergola boasts one of the largest wisteria vines in Renton. Kennydale Beach Park, 3601 Lake Washington Boulevard N. A sandy park on 1.8 acres along Lake Washington, features a swimming beach with a pier and log boom, lifeguarded from mid-June through mid-August, noon until 8 p.m. Parking is east of the park on Burnett Avenue North. Kennydale Lions Park, 2428 Aberdeen Ave. This six-acre neighborhood park off of I-405’s exit 6 offers ballfields, a basketball court, a field, picnic areas, restrooms and play areas. Kiwanis Park, 815 Union Ave. N.E. This nine-acre park in the Highlands features ballfields, an enclosed play area, a basketball court, picnic facilities, restrooms, tennis courts and more. Kiwanis Bicentennial Air Park, 260 Rainier Ave. N. Located off of Rainier Avenue, this park features views of the Renton Municipal Airport and Cascade Mountains. Liberty Park, 1101 Bronson Way North. The city’s oldest park is on 12 acres close to downtown. The city’s library is next door. Includes a skate park, basketball courts, a tennis practice wall, ballfields, play equipment, picnic tables and restrooms. North Highlands Neighborhood Center, 3000 N.E. 16th St. Located in a 2.6-acre park near McKnight Middle School. The activity building is staffed full time and has a carpeted gymnasium with basketball hoops. The park includes an outdoor basketball half-court, a field, picnic areas, play equipment and a tennis court. Rentals are available.

Maplewood Golf Course and Driving Range, 4050 Maple Valley Highway, 425-430-6800. A city-run 18-hole, 190-acre course along the Cedar River. Includes a pro shop, the privately owned River Rock Grill and Ale House and Maplewood Greens banquet facility. Maplewood Park, 3400 S.E. 6th St. Located west of the golf course, this 2.2-acre park at Newport Avenue Southeast includes half of a basketball court, T-ball field, play area, picnic and barbecue facilities and restrooms. Philip Arnold Park, 720 Jones Ave. S. This 10-acre neighborhood park offers lighted ballfields, a basketball court, covered picnic areas, multi-use fields, play areas, tennis courts and restrooms. The Piazza, 233 Burnett Avenue S. Situated on less than an acre of property, the park features a combination of paved surfaces, landscaping, benches, boulders, raised seat walls and a fountain. Renton Community Center, 1715 S.E. Maple Valley Highway, 425-430-6700. A full-service recreation facility that includes a 2,200-squarefoot fitness room and gym, plus classes including arts and crafts, dance, wellness and preschool through adult programs. Riverview Park, 2901 Maple Valley Highway. This 11-acre park along the Cedar River was acquired in 1979 with Community Development Block Grant funds and has since been incorporated into the city’s Cedar River Greenway system. The park offers a kayak and canoe launching area, picnic areas, salmon displays and wildlife viewing. Ron Regis Park, 1501 Orcas Ave. S.E. This 12.5-acre sports park, located along the Cedar River just east of the golf course, offers a baseball field, soccer field, lighted basketball court and restrooms. The park is actually 45 acres, but most of the space is preserved in its natural state. Skate Park at Liberty Park, Bronson Way North and Houser Way North inside Liberty Park. Includes quarter pipes and skateable artwork, a twinkie, a funbox, mounds, bowls, a half pipe and more. Thomas Teasdale Park, 601 S. 23rd St. This 10-acre neighborhood park offers a variety of recreational opportunities for children and adults. Tiffany Park, 1902 Lake Youngs Way S.E. Tiffany Park covers seven acres and is located at the intersection of Lake Youngs Way S.E. and Glenwood Ave. S.E. Tonkin Park, 399 Williams Ave. S. The .3-acre park is known for its sculpture of a donkey. A brick and concrete bandshell is used for special events.


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RENTON HISTORY MUSEUM The Renton History Museum is the repository for the history of greater Renton. Jointly supported by the City of Renton and the Renton Historical Society, the Museum’s mission is to preserve, document, interpret, and educate about the history of greater Renton in ways that are accessible to diverse people of all ages. The Museum does this by providing exciting exhibits and programs throughout the year. The museum has a collection of over 17,000 photographs spanning all periods of Renton’s past. Over 10,000 objects and archives also document Renton’s history; these include early books and newspapers, records from local businesses, ephemera and photos relating to school life, and collections of coal mining and fire-fighting artifacts. The Museum has a small research library open to the public during the week by appointment. Museum staff and volunteers are available to assist researchers with historical and genealogical questions.

The Museum is housed in an Art Deco-style former fire station at Mill Avenue South and Houser Way. Constructed in 1942, it is the last existing structure in the area built under the Works Progress Administration (WPA). For more information, please contact the Museum by phone at 425-255-2330 or by email at estewart@rentonwa.gov.

The Renton Historical Society The Renton Historical Society (RHS) is a non-profit organization that provides private sector support for the Museum. The RHS offers memberships to anyone interested in supporting the Museum’s mission to document, preserve, and educate about the history of the area. RHS members actively assist with the Museum’s activities around the city. The RHS Board of Trustees meets at the Museum on the last Tuesday of every month (except December) at 5:30 p.m. The meetings are open to the public and visitors are welcome. Please call the Museum at 425-255-2330 to confirm meeting date, time, and location.

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s always, the main event this summer will be the 32nd Annual Renton River Days celebration, a multi-day family festival and celebration of all things Renton, scheduled this year for July 21-23. Liberty Park is once again the focal point for the festival. 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 19th year that IKEA is the presenting sponsor for the city’s summertime festival. Here’s the schedule: • Thursday, July 20, Senior Day Picnic, Renton

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Community Center. • Friday-Sunday, July 2123, main festival weekend, Liberty Park. Event hours in Liberty Park will be: July 21-22, 11 a.m.- 8 p.m.; July 23, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Featuring the KidZone, two entertainment stages,

the Nibble of Renton food booths, Art Market, Renton Annual Art Show (juried fine art show at the Renton Community Center), Community Booths, Quilt Show, Chalk Art Contest and lots more fun for all ages. • Saturday, July 22, River Days Parade. The parade

• Sunday, July 23, Rubber Ducky Derby. Ducks are launched from the Houser Way Bridge at 4:30 p.m. The Wenatchee Youth Circus also returns this year with three performances at Cedar River Park, near the Henry Moses Aquatic Center. Showtimes are: Friday, July 21 - 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday, July 22 - 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $2 per children under 18, and $3 for adults 18 and over. Tickets will be available July 21 and 22 at the Festival Information Booth and 30 minutes prior to each showtime at the circus entrance in Cedar River Park.

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