Fireworks 2019

There have been some changes to when consumer fireworks may be discharged within the City of Ridgefield this year. Read on so you can be fully informed and help us all have a safe and fun Fourth of July! On June 20th, Mayor Pro Tem Lee Wells proclaimed Ridgefield an official “Fourth of July City!” >> READ MORE

Ridgefield Pavement Management Program

The City of Ridgefield maintains about 50 linear miles of paved streets. Pavement management is a way of protecting this community asset and maximizing the life of our streets. Each year, staff evaluates pavement conditions and determines the most cost-effective methods to extend pavement life and improve the driving surface. When streets begin to fail, >> READ MORE

Ridgefield 2019 Summer Recreation Guide

There are so many opportunities to be active and stay in Ridgefield this summer! Between Community Events and Recreation Opportunities, our community has a wide variety of activities for all ages. This guide will help lead you to some of what is going on, but as summer continues, keep an eye on our  Community Events >> READ MORE

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