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IMPORTANT NOTICE:

The City of Richland will delay opening offices and facilities until 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 30, 2017, for an annual all-employee meeting. Richland City Hall, Administrative Annex, Development Services Building, Richland Community Center, Fire and Police Offices, Human Resources, Shops Facilities, Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants, and Horn Rapids Landfill are all affected. The Richland Public Library will open at its regularly scheduled time of 9:30 a.m.

Police, fire and emergency services personnel will continue to respond to emergency calls.

Neighborhood Watch

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Program Goals

The goals of this program are to get neighbors to:

  • Immediately report suspicious activity to the Richland Police Department
  • Look out for each other
  • Learn about crime trends in their neighborhood
  • Learn about ways to prevent crime
  • Work with the police department to address problems

Benefits

  • Increase communication with your neighbors and the Richland Police Department
  • Know your neighbors better
  • Learn about crime trends in your neighborhood
  • Learn basic crime prevention techniques
  • Learn how to react to suspicious activity
  • Work as a community member to help keep each other safe and keep criminals out

Getting Started

For more information and to set up your first meeting contact Crime Prevention Specialist Cerise Peck at (509) 942-7636.

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