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. 

RITZVILLE CITY COUNCIL

EXECUTIVE SESSION NOTICE

 

City Council of the City of Ritzville will meet in executive session, over the phone, to discuss well litigation with attorneys representing the city as per RCW 42.30.110 Section 1.i(iii) on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, from 6pm-7pm.

NOTICE OF HEARING

BEFORE THE CITY OF RITZVILLE

 

TO:      The Citizens of the City of Ritzville

 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT that the City Council of the City of Ritzville will be conducting a hearing for the City of Ritzville Preliminary Budget and Fees for the Year 2021. This will be held on the 17th day of November, 2020 during their regular council meeting that begins at 7:00 pm.

 

Anyone may appear at the meeting and make written and/or oral comments or submit questions or suggestions to the members of the City Council for or against any part of said preliminary budget. The council meetings are currently being held remotely via conference call. To receive the call number visit www.cityofritzville.com/city-council or contact City Hall.

 

A copy of said preliminary budget is available on the website at www.cityofritzville.com/city-council or will be furnished to anyone who contacts City Hall, 216 E Main Ave, 659-1930.

NOTICE OF HEARING

BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RITZVILLE

 

TO:      The Citizens of the City of Ritzville

 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT that the City Council of the City of Ritzville will be conducting a hearing for the City of Ritzville Final Budget and Fees for the Year 2021 on the 1st day of December, 2020 during their regular council meeting that begins at 7:00 pm.

 

Anyone may appear at the meeting and make written and/or oral comments or submit questions or suggestions to the members of the City Council for or against any part of said final budget. The council meetings are currently being held remotely via conference call. To receive the call number visit www.cityofritzville.com/city-council or contact City Hall.

 

A copy of said final budget will be available on the website at www.cityofritzville.com/city-council and will be furnished to anyone who contacts City Hall at 216 E Main Ave, 659-1930.

CITY OF RITZVILLE SERVICES DURING LOCAL EMERGENCY

If you are a City of Ritzville utility customer, we will not charge a late fee for past due utility bills or disconnect your service for non-payment until further notice.

 

The City continues to operate business via phone at 659-1930 and internet at julie.flyckt@ritzville-wa.us. Utility payments can be mailed, placed in the drive-up drop box located adjacent to City Hall or city staff can take your credit card payment over the phone. Public Works crews and Police Officers continue to provide services with no disruptions in service during this time. 

CITY OF RITZVILLE PROCLAIMS EMERGENCY AMID COVID-19 IMPACT

 

RITZVILLE, WA- Ritzville Mayor Gary Cook has declared a local emergency proclamation for the City of Ritzville, effective March 13, 2020. The emergency proclamation facilitates potential future assistance related to COVID-19 as well as access to regional and State resources. This declaration is a means to ensure all necessary resources will be available if needed.

 

The Adams County Health department has advised that in order to preserve public health and safety, City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice. The City will continue to operate business via phone. Utility payments can be mailed, placed in the drive up drop box located adjacent to City Hall or city staff can take your credit card payment over the phone. Public Works crews and Police Officers will continue to provide services with no disruptions in service during this time. 

 

Mayor Cook urges Ritzville residents to continue to support our local businesses. This support is critical to maintaining our local economy.

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