Have you seen the BIG POSTCARD listing all First Saturday themes and City sponsored events for 2018? If you don’t have your own card posted on the refrigerator, they are available at City Hall or print one here.  If you are interested in being on the email distribution list for reminders about community events, sign up >> READ MORE

THE RIDGE: 2018 | Edition One

Happy New Year! The official newsletter from the City of Ridgefield is back with more information about the City you love. In this year’s first edition you can read about the Homeowner’s Associations in Ridgefield neighborhoods, get advice on how to drive safely in a roundabout in the Mayor’s Roundabout,  learn about the new requirements in the updated parking >> READ MORE

Impact Fees Increase in January

The City of Ridgefield indexes impact fees and system development charges to keep pace with the costs of construction. The indexing ensures that the City maintains the terrific quality of life our residents expect. New fees will be collected for permits submitted after 11:59PM on December 31, 2017. School impact fees are indexed differently and are >> READ MORE

2018 Preliminary Budget Released

The City has released the proposed budget for 2018. City Council will begin holding public hearings on the budget on November 2, 2017, beginning with the 2018 revenue budget. Council will hold two additional hearings on November 16, 2017 and December 7, 2017 on the 2018 operating and capital budgets. The hearings will be held >> READ MORE

Traffic Revision at 9th/Hillhurst and Pioneer Street

Beginning next Monday, October 16, traffic revisions will be implemented at the 9th/Hillhurst Avenue and Pioneer Street intersection in an attempt to keep vehicles moving at the start of school for View Ridge and Union Ridge. Temporary stop signs will be placed on Pioneer Street making it a 3-way stop for approximately one-half hour before >> READ MORE