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Parks Planning and Natural Resources

Renton Trails and Bicycle Master Plan

The City of Renton is updating the 2009 Trails and Bicycle Master Plan and needs your input.

The next Open House will be held November 28, 2017, from 6-8 p.m. at the  Renton Senior Center

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Mission Statement

Provide a comprehensive and interrelated system of parks, recreation, open spaces and trails that responds to locally-based needs, values and conditions, provides an appealing and harmonious environment, and protects the integrity and quality of the surrounding natural systems; create a sustainable and exemplary urban forest.  


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Sunset Neighborhood Park

The Sunset Neighborhood Park Master Plan was adopted in 2014.  For background information on this future 3.2 acre public park, click here. 


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Landowner Collaboration for Knotweed Control along the Cedar River

Knotweed, an invasive plant, has degraded soils and wildlife habitat along the Cedar River. It forms thick stands of bamboo-like stalks containing large heart-like shaped leaves that out-competes native vegetation. Through a grant from the King Conservation District, Forterra NW, a conservation organization, and Renton have partnered over the past several years in managing knotweed. More than 11,000 native trees and shrubs will be planted on public and private lands during 2017 and 2018 where knotweed has been eliminated. For further information, please contact the Urban Forestry and Natural Resources Manager at 425-430-6600 or by email.


New Information regarding Donations to Renton's Park System

Services

Management of Natural Resources and Open Space Areas


Natural Resources Planning


Parks Capital Improvement Program


Parks Design and Development


Parks and Open Space Acquisition


Parks Master Planning


Urban and Community Forestry Program

 

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