The Lewis and Clark Expedition through the area currently known as Ridgefield makes the city historically noteworthy. It is also home to the county’s National Wildlife Refuge wherein waterfowl from the Pacific Flyway can be seen during its migration. It is also known for the Ridgefield High School “Spudders”.
Ridgefield has approximately 5,210 residents in its city. Its real estate home prices are extremely attractive; especially for single family units, vacant land and mobile homes. The town has managed to retain its homespun charm and community spirit. This is rural living at its best with the proximity of the big city for convenience.
The town has all the civic amenities; parks, civic center and four district schools namely: Union Ridge elementary, View Ridge Middle School, The Ridgefield High School and lastly South Ridge Elementary. When it comes to education, families have quite a few options from which to choose.
Ridgefield commuters directly access the I-5 International Trade Corridor. Residents can drive to the metro area directly by freeway access. Drivers are just 25 minutes from the Portland International Airport.
The county hosts many community events for example, 4th of July celebrations, Birdfest, the Annual Hometown Party and Heritage Days. Neighbors, friends and families can participate, relax and unwind. For anyone looking for a place to live, a business-friendly city, Ridgefield can be a terrific choice. The town offers many residential opportunities for individuals and families in search of a perfect balance between rural living and the creature comforts of the suburbs.
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