New Annual Vehicle Registration Fee begins June 2019

The City of Ridgefield is joining the neighboring cities of Battle Ground, Washougal, Longview, Kelso, Kalama, and Vancouver in adopting a state-authorized $20 annual registration fee for road maintenance. Revenues collected from this fee will go directly to the city’s street maintenance fund. Making it possible to double the investment to maintain more of our >> READ MORE

The Ridge: 2019 | Edition 1

The 2019 First Edition of the City of Ridgefield Official Newsletter is here! With all the new homes being built, a familiar question is whether all that growth is paying for the added impacts to our roads, parks, water, sewer, schools, etc. The simple truth is that for the costs we can measure and charge >> READ MORE

Ridgefield 2019 Proposed Budget

The City of Ridgefield 2019 Proposed Budget is complete and available for review. The City’s balanced proposed budget maintains basic services and addresses community and Council goals. In addition, the budget maintains fund balance and reserve policies to ensure financial sustainability. The Proposed Budget is scheduled for City Council review during meetings in November and >> READ MORE

Ridgefield City Council Appoints Jennifer Lindsay to Vacant Position

At a special meeting on October 4, 2018, the Ridgefield City Council appointed Jennifer Lindsay to fill a vacant seat on the Council. The position was vacant due to John Main’s resignation; who plans to relocate to Idaho to be closer to his children and grandchildren. Lindsay holds a B.A. in Political Science from Portland >> READ MORE