John Main Resigns His Position on City Council

Ridgefield City Councilmember John Main is resigning his position effective October 1, 2018 due to his plans to move out of the City. He and his wife, Tami, are moving to Idaho to be closer to his adult children and two grandchildren. “My decision to end my term early is not without a lot of >> READ MORE

Outdoor Burning Prohibited in Ridgefield

Due to high temperatures and windy conditions, the City of Ridgefield is instituting a total recreational burning ban. All outdoor burning including recreational fires is prohibited within the city limits beginning July 26, 2018 at 12:01AM. This ban is based on weather conditions and community fire safety needs. It will remain in effect until weather >> READ MORE

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day Ridgefield! We wish you all a fun, safe and patriotic Fourth of July. Remember that America celebrates Independence Day on the Fourth of July every year. We think of July 4, 1776, as a day that represents the Declaration of Independence and the birth of the United States of America as an independent nation. Thank >> READ MORE

City Offices Are Closed for Memorial Day

All City of Ridgefield offices are closed on Monday, May 28, in honor of Memorial Day. Offices will re-open for regular hours on Tuesday, May 29. 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

The Ridge: 2018 | Edition 2

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