July 4th Activities

Find more information about the upcoming July 4th activites.  Independence Now and Forever. 

Please find Richfield City’s 2017 Water Quality Report for your review.  

 A copy of this report will also be enclosed in your March 2018 water bill.  As shown in the report, Richfield City meets or exceeds all Federal EPA standards with regards to water quality. 

You can download a copy of the Water Report Here

Richfield City has passed the 2017 2018 Budget

Richfield City Council has approved the 2017 - 2018 Budget.  

You can download a copy of the Budget here

Richfield City has available the Fiscal Year end information

Richfield City Fiscal Year end financial statements are now available.  

You can download a copy of the Financial Statement here

Mayors Corner

  • Mayor's Corner 07/19/2018

    Dear Friends: This week I’d like to share a few random thoughts with you.  I’ve started going back to the swimming pool, and it is delightful!  Mornings are just right for me, with music from the 60s and a friendly, helpful staff.  We have easy access into the water and you can do laps, walk and talk, or just listen to timeless classics over the sound system. I invite you to try it for a week.  You’ll get hooked on a healthy way to start your day! Summer is in full swing, and the heat has been...

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  • Mayor's Corner 07/12/2018

    Dear Friends: Another 4th of July is in the books.  What an amazing celebration we had!  From beginning to end, from the Miss Richfield Pageant to the fireworks show, you’d be hard pressed to find better festivities anywhere.  I love watching every child on the park try their very best to catch a fish with their bare hands; while at the same time every parent and grandparent silently praying they won’t! I wish I could thank every single person who had a hand in organizing and carrying out this...

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  • Mayor's Corner 07/05/2018

    Dear Friends: From the back porch of my home, I can see Fish Lake Hightop.  I love that view, because it constantly brings with it a flood of memories about great family times at Fish Lake. Today I’m remembering the time I asked my folks if I could wade out from the shore to the boat they were fishing in.  Dad said, “Sure, but you won’t warm up until tomorrow.”  He added, “I wouldn’t do it myself.”  That statement meant that it was stupid, but if you choose to learn the hard way, go right ahead! Mom...

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