City of Renton 1055 S Grady Way, Renton, WA98057 Renton City Hall is located in a seven-story building on South Grady Way and houses a multitude of city services…More including the Executive Department, the City Attorney, Community and Economic Development, Community Services, Finance and Information Technology, Fire and Emergency Services, Human Resources and Risk Management, Police Department and Public Works Department. Renton incorporated on September 6, 1901. In its early days, Renton's economy thrived on coal mining. Boeing took over as the economic driver in 1941 after the airplane manufacturer ramped up the production of B-29s for the war effort.
Renton Farmers Market 1055 S Grady Way, Renton, WA98057 Renton Farmers Market has been bringing fresh and local food to downtown Renton during the summer for the past…More 10 years. The business office is located inside Renton City Hall but the market itself operates at the Piazza on 3rd and Burnett. From June to September on Tuesdays, you will find fresh and local produce, baked goods, flowers, honey, seafood, cheese, eggs, meat and more. For the children, there is a Kid’s Patch where they can explore, blow bubbles and make things. In addition, Renton restaurants showcase their menus and there is live entertainment.
Renton River Days 1055 S Grady Way, Renton, WA98057 Each year, Renton River Days welcomes almost 35,000 festival-goers who discover Renton's amenities, enjoy lively…More entertainment, and participate in extraordinary events. The business office is located inside Renton City Hall but the festival itself is held at Liberty Park, 1101 Bronson Way North. Originating in 1986, this celebration joins residents, businesses, organizations and Puget Sound region tourists together for a wonderful variety of events, special features for kids, arts & crafts, recreation, food and stage entertainment. Liberty Park, in the heart of Renton, is the focal point for the festival, although Cedar River Park is also host to many events during this time.