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1055 South Grady Way
Renton WA 98057

As governed by state law, the city prepares a biennial budget and fee schedule every two years, which includes a mid-biennial review and adjustment prior to the end of the first year of the biennium.

The city is responsible for building and maintaining roads, providing police protection and emergency management services, as well as maintaining parks, open space, and recreational centers. Included in the city’s biennial is the six-year capital improvement plan, which identifies the capital needs, prioritization, timing, and funding sources of the general government.

The budget serves as primary policy document for prioritizing and planning the city’s service levels and addressing capital needs. The city uses a “budgeting for outcomes” approach to building the budget, referred to as “Renton Results”. Using Renton Results, the budget is built around the city’s six key service areas which are directly tied to the council adopted business plan.

  • Safety and health

  • Representative government

  • Livable community

  • Mobility

  • Utilities and environment

  • Internal support




2023-2024 Budget

2023-2024 proposed budget

Department Presentations

  • Oct. 10 - Equity, Housing and Human Services, Police, Parks and Recreation, Executive Services, Municipal Court

  • Oct. 17 - Public Works, Community and Economic Development, City Attorney, Human Resources/Risk Management, Finance


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