Things to do Around Ridgefield
No matter what time of the year or what your interests are - we've got events and activities all year long to keep you engaged and loving the Ridgefield way of life.
The City of Ridgefield is pleased to announce a new mystery game event, Ridgefield Summer Whodunnits: The Mystery of the Missing Mascot, beginning on Saturday, May 4th, and continuing to May 28th. Rally the Raptor is gone and we’ve got to follow the clues to bring him back! Ridgefield Summer Whodunnits is a fun, >> READ MORE
April 17, 2019 – After an extensive nationwide search process, the City of Ridgefield has hired Louisa Garbo to serve as the City’s Community Development Department Director. Ms. Garbo fills a position which was previously held for 4 years by Jeff Niten, who in January, 2019, was hired to serve as the City of Shelton’s >> READ MORE
Don Stose delivered his first State of the City address as Ridgefield’s Mayor on March 5th at the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center. His theme “Welcome to Ridgefield” reflected on the city’s growth and progress in 2018, showcased current and future projects, and celebrated services that will arrive in Ridgefield in 2019. “We are >> READ MORE
With the 3″ of rain received overnight, the City’s storm drainage system is overloaded resulting in areas of standing water and water over the roads. Road Closures: The following roads are currently closed due to flooding: Rieman Road from Pioneer to 5th, Dolan Road at So. 5th, and No. Main at Gee Creek. Water Hazards: >> READ MORE
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