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COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance
Richfield renters: if you have fallen behind on your rent since the start of the pandemic, help is now available. Inquilinos de Richfield: si se ha atrasado en el pago del alquiler desde el comienzo de la pandemia, ahora hay ayuda disponible.
April 22, 2021
City council statement following Derek Chauvin trial verdict
The Richfield City Council promises to continue working tirelessly to ensure that all people are welcomed in our city and are served equitably following the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
April 20, 2021
City council sets sights on removing discriminatory covenants from properties
By participating in the Just Deeds project, the city will provide guidance, support and encouragement towards the discharge of racial covenants on Richfield property records.
April 14, 2021
For new Assistant Fire Chief Shea Chwialkowski, the job is personal
You always want your neighbors to have your best interests in mind. Well, in the case of new Richfield Assistant Fire Chief Shea Chwialkowski, that is exactly what residents are getting.
April 12, 2021
Statement regarding the shooting of Daunte Wright
Mayor Maria Regan Gonzalez, City Manager Katie Rodriguez, Police chief Jay Henthorne and Fire Chief Mike Dobesh released the following statement following the shooting of Daunte Wright.
April 12, 2021
Richfield Fire Department battles four acre blaze at Veterans Park
On the night of April 2, the Richfield Police Department responded to and controlled a fire a Veterans Park.
April 02, 2021
Council sets solid waste goals for city
The 2021-2025 solid waste targets aim to enhance the city's sustainability efforts.
April 01, 2021
Recreation wins awards for new dog park and virtual programming initiatives
The city's virtual recreation programming saw more than 1.2 million people participate in a variety of offerings, while countless dogs visited the six-month-old dog park.
March 31, 2021
Mayor honored with YWCA Woman of Power Award
The Woman of Power Award is presented to an individual each year who has shown extraordinary leadership, dedication and achievement in all of YWCA's core values: peace, justice, freedom and dignity.
March 30, 2021
STOP! Sign shop keeps residents safe and saves money
The highly-reflective lamination process also ensures that each sign will last at least ten years before it needs to be replaced.
March 26, 2021
Enhanced public safety measures during Chauvin trial
Police Chief Jay Henthorne outlines the enhanced public safety measures the RPD will take to keep residents and businesses safe during the Derek Chauvin trial.
March 04, 2021
City seeks input on Portland & 66th Street area
The city of Richfield is currently undertaking a small-area study on the Portland and 66th Street East area of Richfield. The online, public engagement tool is now live and residents are invited to chime in.
February 22, 2021