Renton Library 100 Mill Ave S, Renton, WA98057 Suspended over the Cedar River in Renton, Renton Library is a vast resource of periodicals, books, magazines, DVDs, CDs…More and Internet databases. It also offers a host of programs and classes throughout the year such as Pajama Story Times, book clubs and the Study Zone. As of April 2010, the Renton Library became part of the King County Library System.
Renton Highlands Library 2902 NE 12th St, Renton, WA98056 The Renton Highlands Library is located on 12th Street, right off busy Sunset Boulevard. Aside from the easy-to-access…More location, the library is filled with a variety of helpful resources, including but not limited to periodicals, books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and internet databases. A host of programs and classes take place throughout the year, such as Family Story Times, fiction writing and the Study Zone. As of April 2010, the Renton Highlands Library became part of the King County Library System.
Fairwood Library 17009 140th Ave SE, Renton, WA98058 Fairwood Library is part of the King County Library System. The library offers a variety of services to Renton…More residents, such as computers, meeting and study rooms, assignment alerts, teen resources and public art display. Fairwood Library also hosts various programs and events such as Children's Story Time and English as a Second Language classes.
Renton History Museum 235 Mill Ave S, Renton, WA98057 Located near the heart of downtown, the Renton History Museum holds gems of the city's past. The museum's collection…More includes objects, photographs, archival materials, reference library and educational materials. The collection continues to grow, and the exhibits change on a regular basis with the help of museum staff and volunteers.
Renton Community Services/DSHS 500 SW 7th St Ste B, Renton, WA98057 The Renton Community Services/DSHS is located next to the Renton Library. A variety of services are offered…More includingTemporary Assistance for Needy Families, Working Connections Child Care, General Assistance Unemployable, Child Support Services, Medical Assistance Programs, First Steps Program, Refugee Cash Assistance, Washington Basic Food Program, DSHS Emergency Programs, ADATSA Program, Family Planning program, and Voter Registration Assistance. Requests for help may be made in person or online.