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    Richland Activity and Recreation Guide is Online

    Chase those winter blues away by learning something new, improving a skill, taking a dance, martial arts or fitness class, or simply take a guided walking tour around the city. There are fun activities planned for every age. Be sure to visit

    01/22/2020 12:00 PM

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    Richland Seeks Interested Citizens for Board and Commission Openings

    The City of Richland has openings on five of its boards and commissions; Arts Commission, Board of Adjustment, Code Enforcement Board, Parks and Recreation Commission, and the Planning Commission. Both the Arts Commission and the Parks and Recreation Commission has both adult and youth positions ope

    01/21/2020 10:13 AM

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    Richland Elects New Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem

    Councilmember Ryan Lukson was elected as Mayor. Councilmember Sandra Kent was elected as Mayor Pro-Tem.


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    Grant Funds Available for Park Improvements

    The Richland Parks and Recreation Commission distributes up to $20,000 each year from the Park Reserve Fund. These matching grants funds are available for eligible community groups interested in making capital improvements to City parks, trails, open space or recreational facilities.

    01/02/2020 9:06 AM

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    Richland Seeking Nominations for Art Recognition

    The Richland Arts Commission is accepting nominations for the 2019 Arts Recognition Program. The public is encouraged to nominate (or self-nominate) an individual or group for their efforts this year, or for their dedication in previous years.

    12/16/2019 2:46 PM

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    Richland Police Department Launches Voluntary Camera Partnership

    The Richland Police Department is seeking your help in fighting crime by taking part in the Voluntary Camera Partnership (VCP). The VCP allows residents and business owners to register the locations of their video surveillance systems with the Richland Police Department.

    12/06/2019 11:01 AM