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Renton School District

Capital Levy Projects

Security camera screen shot
Security camera project - $5.25 million 

Security cameras have been installed in every school throughout the district. Cameras are used in common spaces only, this includes outside of the building, interior corridors, all entry ways, cafeterias, and gyms.


Lindbergh High School auxiliary gym floor upgrade - $1.7 million   

A drainage system will be installed beneath the Lindbergh High gym. The concrete sub-floor will be replaced and a new wood floor will be installed. 

Roof work
Roofing projects - $ Varies

Shingle roofs at Talbot Hill (2019), Tiffany Park (2021), and Renton Park (2023) Elementary Schools have been replaced with new durable standing-seam metal roofs. The covered play areas at these schools also received new roofs during these projects.  Currently, Benson Hill and Campbell Hill Elementary Schools are scheduled to receive new roofs in 2024.

The KEC Administration building flat roof and metal siding were updated during the summer of 2020 providing an updated look for the building and extending the life of the roof. 

HVAC Update projects - $ Varies

HVAC Update projects including updated air handing units, heat pumps, unit ventilators, boilers, chillers, HVAC controls, and more were completed at the following schools since 2019:

  • Benson Hill Elementary School
  • Bryn Mawr Elementary School
  • Campbell Hill Elementary School
  • Hazelwood Elementary School
  • Highlands Elementary School
  • Honey Dew Elementary School
  • Lakeridge Elementary School
  • Renton Park Elementary School
  • Sierra Heights Elementary School
  • Talbot Hill Elementary School
  • Tiffany Park Elementary School
  • McKnight Middle School
  • Nelsen Middle School
  • Lindbergh High School

Additional HVAC Updates are scheduled throughout the district between 2024 and 2028.

Lindbergh High School Parking lot - $1.8 million 
Phase I - COMPLETE 2018, Phase II - Scheduled for 2024

The parking lot near the pool at Lindbergh High is being updated with an asphalt grind and overlay and a new storm drainage system.

Readerboard upgrades - $700,000

Schools throughout the district are receiving electronic readerboard signs.

Playground equipment upgrades - $ Varies

Newer, safer playground equipment is being installed at many of our elementary schools.  Lakeridge, Campbell Hill, Cascade, Maplewood Heights, Renton Park, Kennydale, Hazelwood, Highlands, and Talbot Hill have received new playground equipment between 2019 & 2023, with more to come.