City hosts final town hall meeting about future of Kent on Thursday, Oct. 24

What should city look like in 30 years?

  • Monday, October 21, 2019 4:11pm
  • News

The city of Kent host the last of its two town hall meetings on Thursday, Oct. 24 to get opinions from residents about what Kent should look like in 30 years.

The meeting is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Puget Sound Fire Station 73, 26512 Military Road S.

Residents can share their vision for the future with Mayor Dana Ralph and city staff.

“We want you to think big picture and long term,” according to a city of Kent Facebook post.

The town hall will begin with a brief presentation followed by group activities designed to inspire people to tap their imagination.

Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to

More in News

PNW plant-based foods could help in climate fight

Animal products create a lot of emissions, but veggie alternatives are coming from King County.

Riverbend Driving Range improvements continuing in Kent

City awards contract for new parking lot, sidewalks, landscaping

Free recycling collection event set for March 7 in Kent

Dispose of appliances, batteries, mattresses, etc.

Puget Sound Fire call report

Type, number of incidents

Seattle man dies in Kent car crash along Orillia Road | Update

Victim identified in Feb. 19 collision with semi-truck

A proposal to make King County Metro fares free for low-income households could be approved in the coming months. File photo
King County considers free transit for low-income residents

The program would target those at or below 80 percent of the federal poverty level.

Most Read