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Come See Kent’s Public Works Week! About the Channel

Programming on Kent TV21 gives Kent citizens a view of their government at work. Through various types of programs, including meetings, live events, documentaries, talk shows and more, Kent TV21 highlights the government, events, people, places, and services that make up the City.

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Spotlight Outreach - Antics Comes to Allegro 

Kent TV21 caught up with the dancers of Allegro as they received extra special training from the dancers of Antics, a Spotlight performance group


Calling Kent Home - Morris Skagen

Meet Morris Skagen, a fourth generation Kent Resident who has created something amazing that we would like to share with you.   


Art at Centennial - Holly Martz and Jerry Kaufman

Come down to Centennial Center Gallery and see the exhibit titled "Conversations"


Beyond The Blue - Intelligence-Led Policing

The community and the Kent Police Department work hard to reduce crime rates in Kent.


Cultural Connections - Iraq 

Meet some of your neighbors as they share their unique culture in a series we call Cultural Connections. This episode we get introduced to the culture of Iraq.


Game of Life 2015 presented by Kent Police Youth Board

See how inspired youth in our community are making a difference as they play the game of life.


Featured Videos






AWARD WINNER: Kent In The Works - Vactor Truck

Kent TV21 received the 2015 Best of the Northwest 1st Place Award for this video. Meet Chris, a city of Kent employee who LOVES his job as he operates this massive sucking machine. In this video, he’ll show us all about his truck and the work he does to keeps the storm water system working.


AWARD WINNER: Beyond the Blue: Rifle Training

Kent TV21 received the 2015 NATOA 2nd Place award for this video.  Kent TV21 goes inside the Kent Police Department's firearm training. Kent PD works hard so that they can keep our community safe.