What everyone needs to know about Renton | The Residents' Guide
By DEAN RADFORD
Renton Reporter Editor
March 1, 2013 · Updated 12:13 PM
The Renton Reporter is doing its annual Residents' Guide to help new and current residents better understand their city. So, we thought we'd ask our online friends for some help in telling the behind-the-scenes story of Renton that everyone needs to know.
Here are some questions. Answer any or all in the comment section below and we'll publish your responses in the print guide. And we'll use your name with the response, so please include it.
And, while you're at it, be thinking about entering our Best of Renton contest this month. It's a great way to give a shout out to people, organizations and businesses that make a difference in our lives.
Where's the best place for people watching in Renton?
Where's the best place to get a Renton souvenir?
Where's the best place to meet people in Renton?
Where's the best place to read a book or magazine in Renton?
What's the worst intersection in Renton?
What's the best way to detour around the Rainier corridor downtown when traffic is particularly bad?
When does traffic get bad in Renton (think Boeing shift changes or the commute)?
What streets should be avoided when the traffic is really bad?
Where's the best place to watch a sunset in Renton?
Who's the best-dressed member of the Renton City Council?
Where's the best (and safest) place to go swimming in the Cedar River in Renton?
Where's the best place to take a stroll in Renton?
Where's the best place to take a photo with "something" Renton as a backdrop?
Where's the best place to take the kids for fun outside?
Where's the best place to play a pick-up game of basketball?
And, finally, ask a question and answer it!!Contact Renton Reporter Editor Dean Radford at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-425-255-3484 (ext 5050).