The City of Richland will utilize Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to offer Small Business Stabilization Loans to local businesses. Qualifying businesses will employ less than twenty (20) employees, hire one full-time equivalent job, and retain the position for at least 12 months.
Councilmember Ryan Lukson was elected as Mayor. Councilmember Sandra Kent was elected as Mayor Pro-Tem.
Contractor C&E Trenching continues construction on the Leslie Road Storm & Water System Improvements Project in Richland. Project timeline, construction and delay information is posted at www.ci.richland.wa.us/leslie.
05/26/2019 1:11 PM
Paving and bridge deck repair may cause minor nighttime delays on State Route 240 near the George Washington Way interchange.
Next week construction on the Queensgate Drive improvement projects is scheduled to begin. Contractors have already started site preparations for this effort.
Prime real estate opportunities in Richland's downtown
01/14/2020 11:30 AM
Due to operational issues associated with our main sewage pump station, the comfort stations are closed. There are 4 portable restrooms available for public use. The boat pump-outs are now operational.
05/30/2017 12:57 PM
The metal recycling containers that were located off Duportail, between Walmart and Home Depot, have been relocated near the Park and Ride lot, off Columbia Park Trail, and Tulip and Windmill Roads. The containers are at the end of Windmill Road, where there is ample room to safely unload. The previous location was terminated due to increased traffic and pedestrian safety concerns.
09/07/2016 2:39 PM
Welcome to our new software program for managing Parks and Recreation events and registrations.
In March 2015, the City of Richland entered into a Purchase and Sale Agreement with The Crown Group, Inc., a commercial real estate development and brokerage firm based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, for development at 650 George Washington Way.
04/28/2016 12:15 PM
The City of Richland is embarking on a new project that moves City Hall and the fire station to make way for more commercial development along George Washington Way, while replacing the city’s aging buildings.
04/22/2016 9:24 AM
We know the Richland Waterfront is a valuable asset in our community! We also understand the potential we have to fully develop a waterfront and downtown that is walkable, economically viable, diverse in amenities, and safe for our residents and citizens.