Renton Fire Station 14 1900 Lind Ave SW, Renton, WA98057 Renton Fire Station 14 is a station of the Renton Fire & Emergency Services Department. The department serves over…More 125,000 residents of Renton and parts of Kings County. It is staffed by 145 professional firefighters operating out of six fire stations that consist of five engine companies and one truck company. Renton Fire Station 14 is available 24 hours a day and also maintains basic life support equipment as well as fire equipment.
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.