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Admin Report Mayor’s Office Memorandum DATE: September 20, 2021 TO: Randy Corman, Council President Members of Renton City Council FROM: Armondo Pavone, Mayor Ed VanValey, Chief Administrative Officer SUBJECT: Administrative Report • On Monday, September 27, Renton Community Center and Senior Activity Center will re-open. Public safety and adequate staffing levels to best serve the public have been considered in the re-opening decision. To ensure safety for both patrons and staff, the following procedures will be followed:  When entering a City of Renton Recreation facility:  Wear a mask at all times regardless of vaccination status.  Complete a COVID-19 Health Screening questionnaire.  Inform the facility’s Safety Supervisor immediately upon receipt of a positive COVID-19 test, if in the facility within the last few days.  During this time, facilities will require pre-registration or reservations for amenities and programs. Schedules can be viewed at rentonwa.gov/recreation. A City of Renton PerfectMind Account is needed to complete the process for all registrations or reservations. If you don’t already have an account, sign up at rentonwa.gov/register or contact Recreation staff at (425) 430-6700. • Due to declining daylight, Renton Farmers Market will shift back one hour, opening at 2:00pm and closing at 6:00pm on Tuesdays, September 21 and September 28. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and matching dollars are available. See the Renton Farmers Market web page for more information. • Information about preventative street maintenance, traffic impact projects, and road closures happening this week can be found at http://rentonwa.gov/traffic. All projects are weather permitting and unless otherwise noted, streets will always remain open. Preventative street maintenance, traffic impact projects, and road closures will be at the following locations:  Monday, September 20 through Thursday, September 23, 2021, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Street maintenance crews will be conducting crack sealing operations along North 4th Street between Park Avenue North and Logan Avenue North. Alternating single lane closures will occur between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Randy Corman, Council President Members of Renton City Council Page 2 of 2 September 20, 2021  Lake Washington Loop Trail Project Logan Avenue South and Airport Way: Lane closures continue between now and project completion in early fall. For more information and project updates, please visit the project webpage at https://rentonwa.gov/cms/One.aspx?portalId=7922741&pageId=9346818.  Ongoing Trail Closure through fall 2021: Ripley Lane North Trail closure just north of the VMAC and the trailhead going north to support the WSDOT I-405 Renton to Bellevue Widening and Express Toll Lanes Project. Questions may be directed to Justin Johnson at 425-902-7172.  Downtown Utility Improvement Project: The Downtown Utility Improvement Project requires several roadway closures and detours between now and project completion in 2022. For more information on current upcoming road closures and traffic impacts or to sign up for email or text alerts visit the project website at https://rentonwa.gov/duip.  Williams Avenue South and Wells Avenue South Conversion Project: Impacts to traffic will continue throughout this area between South 2nd Street and South 3rd Street. Please visit the project webpage at https://rentonwa.gov/ww for more information.