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Ridgefield Ridgefield is in the pastoral, rolling hills countryside of northern Clark County, Washington

Ridgefield is an expanding small city of just over 12,000 citizens located in northern Clark County, Washington. Incorporated in 1909, Ridgefield has a great deal to offer with its tranquil setting among rolling hills, old-fashioned downtown, business-friendly environment and proximity to Portland, Oregon without the rush of a big city.

As a member of this remarkable community, there are many different opportunities for involvement, ranging from volunteer city government advisory boards and commissions to community organizations and events. Fourth of July celebration, Birdfest, Hometown Celebration, Heritage Days and National Night Out are just a sampling of areas that citizens and businesses lend their time and energy.


Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex (RORC) is a 53-acre outdoor facility for sports, recreation, and education that benefits the Ridgefield School District and the community. It features 6 multipurpose sports fields, a playground, walking trails, open space, and a community building. RORC is the home of the Ridgefield Raptors, a West Coast League Baseball team.

Clark County Event Center hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year including the Clark County Fair, Home & Garden Idea Fair, and more.

RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater is an 18,000-seat live-music venue that hosts a season of concerts by popular artists.

• Ridgefield offers many golfing opportunities. In addition to Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield, there are dozens of other public and private golf courses in Clark County.

Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is 5218 acres of marshes, grasslands and woodlands dedicated to habitat preservation of Dusky Canada geese as well as other waterfowl and wetland wildlife. There is a 4.2 mile auto tour route and 1.2 mile seasonal walking trail.

• There are many fishing and boating opportunities to be found in the Ridgefield area, with numerous creeks and lakes, as well as the Columbia River.

• Ridgefield is a prime Pacific Northwest location. Day trip options range from the coast,  Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens to Portland museums, zoo and theater. There is truly something for every interest.

The Cedar Creek Grist Mill rests on a steep and rocky slope at the bottom of a narrow gorge. It is the only grain grinding mill in Washington that has maintained its original structural integrity, grinds with stones and is water powered.


Ridgefield School District
Phone: 360-619-1300

Ridgefield City Hall
Phone: 360-887-3557
Water & Sewer: 360-887-8251

Clark Public Utilities
Phone: 360-992-3000

Waste Connections
Phone: 360-892-5370

Northwest Natural Gas
Phone: 360-571-5465

Ridgefield Business Assoc.
Phone: 360-887-3600

Ridgefield Community Library
Phone: 360-887-8281


Troy was a pleasure to work with. He is very knowledgeable and closely tied to the market and other available services. The attention to detail and ongoing support are outstanding. Thank you!!!
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