Welcome!

Founded in 2019, the Renton LGBTQIA+ Community is building a strong inclusive sense of belonging, empowering members to promote positive change in our communities, combating prejudice and discrimination, and providing support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and similarly-identified people.

If you’d like to get involved, send us an email at rentonlgbt@gmail.com, subscribe to our email list, or join our Facebook group.

Upcoming Events


Our annual Pride event will take place on Friday June 14th at the Renton Events Center from 6pm-8pm in downtown Renton, in conjunction with the Sip & Strut Wine Walk. The Pride event is free and will include LGBTQIA+ friendly vendors, a special drag event, and more. Tickets for the wine walk are available here.

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Join us for the Renton River Days Parade, Sat. July 27th at 10am in downtown Renton. If you’re interested in marching with us, please email us at rentonlgbt@gmail.com with the names of all attendees in your group and their contact information. We will reply with details.

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We’ll be back at the Cedar River Trail Park on August 3rd from 11am to 3pm for our annual Pride in the Park event, a casual gathering of community members of all ages. We’ll provide hot dogs, veggie dogs, chips, and water, so bring any other items you’d like!

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Our annual Member Meeting, where we select board members and vote on proposed changes to our bylaws, will take place in October, with the specific date and location to be announced soon. If you’d like to join our Board of Directors, please send an email with your contact details and a bio to rentonlgbt@gmail.com.


Please check our calendar below for recurring events. Most of our board meetings are held via Zoom web conference, which also has a telephone call-in option. Meetings are open to the general public. To attend a virtual meeting, please click its registration link.

Renton Safe Place

The Renton PD Safe Place Program offers victims of hate crimes shelter if they are feeling unsafe – a place where they are welcomed, they can call the police, and wait until officers arrive. Through partnerships with local businesses and organizations, Renton PD Safe Place program decal provides a visual clue for anyone experiencing violence or harassment based on their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.

For information about the Renton PD Safe Place Program please contact the liaison, Officer Roseanne Hynes at rhynes@rentonwa.gov