220 Fourth Avenue South, Kent WA 98032 - (253) 856-5200

Logo

The Official Website of the City of Kent

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.

Click here to watch Kent TV21 live            Channel schedule 

       

   

Police Community Meeting - Listening Session Highlights

The Kent Police Department recently invited the community to a public meeting to share their thoughts. Highlights from what the packed house had to say. The whole video is here

    

National Night Out 2016  

Check out the National Night Out highlights! We had a great night getting to know our neighbors. There were over 92 neighborhood events.

   

City of Kent Water Quality Report 2015

Nothing is as important as safe drinking water. Hear from the City of Kent experts about where your water comes from, how it is handled and why it is some of the best water available.

   

My Kent Parks - Bees & Hornets, What To Do When You See Them

What do you do when you find a bee or hornets nest? Katie and Bryan have great practical advice for you

   

Kent Senior Center 30th anniversary

We sat down with the people that keep the Senior Activity Center 30 years young.

   

Sidewalk Safety

A public service announcement about sidewalks.

 

  

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.