2023 Engagement Opportunities

Hispanic Heritage Month 2023

City of Renton celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15- October 15).

Family First Community Center Grand Opening

Family First Community Center opened in Renton on June 15.

Pride Flag raising

City of Renton Emergency Management Director Deborah Needham proudly raised the Pride Flag over City on Monday evening,  June 5.

2023 State of the City

On March 21, Mayor Armondo Pavone delivered the first State of the City address since 2019.

Ted Rodriguez Day

City presents Key to the City; declares February 6 as “Ted Rodriguez Day”.

Mayor's Inclusion Task Force

Group photo of the Mayor's Inclusion Task Force take in January 2023

(STANDING, L-R) Guest, Lele (Happy) Tian Bo, Oleg Pynda, Balwant Singh, Member, Student - Luis, Student - Tom, Linda Hoste, Julio Amador, and Hambi Abdulle; (SEATED, L-R): Kevin Poole, Vasudha Sharma, Mayor Armondo Pavone, Menka Soni, Doris Martinez, and Areesa Bourdon. Three members not pictured.

In 2023, the task force members are returning to their original purpose of serving their unique communities as a conduit for two-way dialogue with the City, building bridges of communication and understanding. Founded in 2015 by Mayor Denis Law, the Mayor's Inclusion Task Force members work with city staff towards the city's goal of inclusion and equity.

In 2020, led by Mayor Armondo Pavone, the task force members were instrumental in forming the city's first Equity Commission where community members representing diverse perspectives in review of city policies and programs.

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