July 4 Safety Videos
Posted on 07/02/2019
Fireworks Safety Videos

Video #1: Fireworks safety is our top priority

Ed VanValey, Renton's Chief of Police, and Rick Marshall, Renton Regional Fire Authority Chief, remind residents that all types of fireworks are illegal within the Renton City Limits and your safety is our first priority.

Video #2: Fireworks Safety Tips from Renton Firefighters

Renton Regional Fire Authority firefighters share some easy-to-follow fireworks safety tips designed to keep your 4th of July safe. 

Video #3: All fireworks are prohibited within the Renton city limits

Since the city banned fireworks in 2005, our first responders have seen a significant decrease in fire and aid calls. Violators are subjected to confiscation of their fireworks and may receive a ticket or fine. Fines range from $100 to $500.


Video #4: Renton's 4th of July Celebration: Need to Know

Renton's annual 4th of July celebration is the city's largest one-day event. Renton police officer Matt Nugent covers five areas to make your day at Gene Coulon Park enjoyable:

  1. Getting to the park;
  2. Parking, including off-site options;
  3. Unloading & Loading;
  4. Dos & Don'ts (what you can and cannot bring into the park); and
  5. Reunification Plan for your loved ones. 

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About the City of Renton

The City of Renton, Washington, with a population of 104,100 (2018), is located on the southeast shore of Lake Washington, just south of Seattle. Renton's strong economic base, diverse marketplace and favorable business climate have attracted the attention of nationally recognized companies that are providing employees and their families an outstanding quality of life. Renton is the home of Boeing, PACCAR, IKEA, the Seattle Seahawks, and the eternal resting place of Jimi Hendrix. More information can be found on our website, news releases, or Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor pages.


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