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The 2018 Second Edition of the City of Ridgefield Official Newsletter is here and is full of up-to-date information. The Cover Story describes how the “Live. Work. Play. SHOP. In Ridgefield” vision is becoming a reality including information about the new Rosauers grocery store. Other articles introduce the new downtown Arts Quarter, define backflow and >> READ MORE
Don Stose was sworn is as Ridgefield’s new Mayor at the City Council meeting on Thursday, April 12. Mayor Stose’s first words were “I am humbled and excited.” He also thanked Ron Onslow for his leadership as Mayor and promised to continue in his footsteps to make other cities envious of Ridgefield. Don has served as a councilmember for >> READ MORE
The City and Port of Ridgefield together announced today that a new retail development center including a 53,000 square foot, full-service, regional grocery store with a fueling station, will move forward on a portion of the port’s Discovery Ridge property at the southeast corner of the roundabout at 45th and Pioneer streets. The grocer, Rosauers >> READ MORE
All City of Ridgefield offices are closed on Monday, February 19th, in honor of President’s Day! Offices will re-open for regular hours on Tuesday, February 20th. Of course, police officers are on duty and prepared to respond in response to a 911 call. Thank you to the American Legion for lining downtown City streets and >> READ MORE
Cities are the governments closest to the people. Efficient and effective city governments are the foundation for vibrant communities and economic opportunities. But what makes a city and why does it matter to you? The Association of Washington Cities (“AWC”) published this high-level quick read to describe how cities in Washington function: Exploring Washington’s Cities and Towns. You’ll discover >> READ MORE