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For all media inquiries, please contact Community and Public Affairs Manager Michelle Wilmot or call 253-856-5709.
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City Council and Committee Meeting Minutes and Agendas
Find out what policies and actions the City Council is considering! Register or Log In using the buttons in the upper right hand corner of the page, and select the committees for which you wish to receive notifications.
Kent's monthly eNewsletter will keep you in the loop as to what is happening in the city and what to look forward to in the coming weeks.
To view past issues of our Scene eNewsletter please visit our Scene Archive.
Sign up to receive notifications about emergency road closures and projects that may impact your commute.
Sign up to receive the monthly Green Kent eNewsletter and learn how you can help restore Kent's forested parks, wetlands and other natural areas.
Crime Information and Alerts
Register with CrimeReports.com and choose what type of crime data you'd like to receive.
Make sure you’ve signed up for CodeRED, Kent’s Emergency Communications system, to receive urgent pre-recorded telephone, cell phone, email or text messages in the event of an emergency.
See our latest ordinances, projects and requests for proposals.
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Ask a question or make a request, no matter what time of day it is
Look up our most frequently asked questions; or submit a new one or request. Whatever it is, it will be assigned automatically to the appropriate staff for follow-up as soon as possible.
Do you suspect a City Code violation? Report it here
Submit complaints about possible code violations; they'll be assigned automatically to a Code Enforcement officer for follow-up.
Make a Public Records Request
Any person who wishes to request public records can do so via the City Clerk; but requests can be made online.
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