Kennydale Firestation 15 and Reservoir Project

On February 27, the Kennydale neigborhood celebrated the groundbreaking of Fire Station 15.  The new fire station will provide improved response times for fire and life safety services in Kennydale and the Renton Regional Fire Authority (RFA) service area.

The City of Renton is moving forward with plans to design and construct a new fire station in the Kennydale neighborhood on a city-owned parcel at 1404 North 30th Street, just west of I-405. The city will also utilize the site to design and construct a water reservoir to address long-identified needs for supply reliability, pressure surge control and to increase storage capacity in the Kennydale area for fire protection and domestic water use. Both activities are a collaboration of the Renton Regional Fire Authority and the city’s facilities division and utility systems division.

About Renton Regional Fire Authority
Renton Regional Fire Authority (Renton RFA) is a special purpose district approved by voters in April of 2016 to provide critical fire and life safety services to the communities of Renton, Fire District 25, and Fire District 40. With a vision of a safer, healthier, stronger community for all, Renton RFA provides fire suppression, emergency medical services, special rescue, fire inspections, fire investigations, permits, fire plans review, and public safety education to the individuals and businesses within its jurisdiction. For more information, visit or follow @RentonRFA on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.