Public Notices

Public notice is notice to the public or persons affected by actions proposed or amended by the City Council. Public notices are published in the Ritzville Journal Newspaper.

 

All Government agencies or legislative bodies are required to make public notices in certain rule making proceedings. The purpose of issuing a public notice is to allow members of the public to make their opinion on proposals before making a bill to a rule. 

CITY OF RITZVILLE

LODGING TAX/TOURISM PROMOTION FUND

APPLICATIONS FOR 2022

 

Applications are now available for those interested in requesting funding from the City of Ritzville’s 2022 lodging tax 110 fund. The applications are available online at www.cityofritzville.com (button below) or call City Hall at 659-1930. Completed applications are due at city hall by 5:00pm on October 8, 2021. The City Council is having a special meeting for applicants to present their requests via an online conference call at 5:30pm on October 19, 2021. All applicants are encouraged to participate.  

NOTICE OF VARIANCE PUBLIC HEARING

BEFORE THE HISTORIC PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF RITZVILLE

 

The City of Ritzville has published the following variance application notice to provide the opportunity for comment on the described project.

 

Applicant:                               Akins & Co.

Location:                                 610 W 1st Ave, Ritzville, WA.

Project Description:               Entrance sign – 17 feet 4 inches wide by 9 feet 10 inches                                                     tall. 

Application Date:                   September 2, 2021

Letter of Completeness:       September 7, 2021

Review Authority:                  Pursuant to the Ritzville Municipal Code, Type II, quasi
                                                 judicial review shall require an open record public hearing                                                   before the Planning Commission.

Public Hearing:                       September 22, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. before the Planning                                                           Commission. At that time any citizen may give oral or                                                           written testimony with respect to the variance application. 

 

Written Comments: Agencies, tribes, and the public are encouraged to review and provide written comments on the project. Comments must be submitted to the Clerk-Treasurer by 5:00pm on September 22nd. The file may be examined between the hours of 8:00am and 5:00pm, Monday through Friday (except holidays) at Ritzville City Hall, 216 E. Main, Ritzville, Washington.

 

Decision: The decision on the application will be made within 120 days of the date of the letter of completeness and 10 days after publication of the final notice of decision unless an appeal is filed with the Adams County Superior Court.