The City does not trim trees or brush on private property.
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To report a non-emergency problem with City of Ridgefield water and drainage services, street, and/or public parks, call Public Works Administration at 360-887-8251 or submit a Public Works Service Request.
If you are experiencing an emergency non-life threatening water issue outside of business hours, please call 360-518-8146.
Clark Public Utilities (CPU) is responsible for maintaining the street lights in Ridgefield. To report an issue, please contact Clark Public Utilities at 360-992-3000 or submit a service request online through AccessRidgefield.If you are calling CPU to report a light, you will need the following information:
Street Address (including number address, if available)Pole Number (can be found physically on the pole, printed on a small yellow tag typically located at eye level)
If you need further assistance, please contact the City of Ridgefield's Operations Division at 360-887-8251.
We depend on citizens to help us identify problem areas. Report a problem and we will assess it for further action.
Yes. Grass and leaves blown into the street are washed away by storm-water runoff into the stormwater system, which drains into local streams and rivers. Rotting leaves raise nitrogen levels and lower oxygen levels in the water, leading to excessive algae growth as well as harming and killing fish.Grass and leaves also cause storm facilities to clog, which may lead to flooding when it rains.
Cross connections are found in all plumbing systems. Pollutants can enter the safe drinking water system through uncontrolled cross connection when backflow occurs. A backflow assembly device prevents contamination from occurring. RMC 13.55 Backflow Cross-Connection Regulations.
The City of Ridgefield requires a tree removal permit for trees on public property. You may find the Street Tree Removal Application in the Engineering Permit Center.
The City of Ridgefield provides water and stormwater management services.For sewer service, please contact Clark Regional Wastewater District directly at 360-750-5876 or visit them online.
Complete an online Account Application or call 360-887-3557. You will need the following information to set up an account:
For new construction not yet connected to water services, please contact the Community Development Department at 360-887-3908.
If you are experiencing a disruption in your water service, please call Utility Services at 360-887-3557.Any customer who is disconnected for non-payment shall not be reconnected until payment of all charges and fees outlined in the Notice of Past Due Balance and Disconnection of Service is received, or a payment arrangement has been approved by the Finance Director.