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.

Code Enforcement Board



  • 7:00 p.m.
  • Second Tuesday of each month
  • Council Chamber, 505 Swift Boulevard, Richland, WA 99352

    Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are published by Friday prior to the scheduled meeting. Meeting minutes are published upon approval.


Term Expiration Date

Gerald Frey, Chair            

March 31, 2019

Adam Pechtel, Vice Chair

March 31, 2018

Joe Guyette, Member

March 31, 2019

Steve Snyder, Member

March 31, 2018

Isaac Stanfield, Member

March 31, 2018


Sergeant Mike Harrison, Staff Liaison
Heather Kintzley, City Attorney
Brad Anderson, Council Liaison
Terry Christensen, Alternate Council Liaison


The Code Enforcement Board's express mission and purpose includes the following:

  • Conduct hearings on civil violations of the Richland Municipal Code (RMC)
  • Determine whether the city has established by a preponderance of the evidence that a civil violation of the RMC has occurred
  • Assess monetary penalties in instances where it has been determined that civil violations of the RMC have occurred
  • Adopt rules of procedure for hearings concerning civil violations of the RMC
  • Act in an advisory capacity to the City Council, City Manager and staff in matters relating to code enforcement and civil violations
  • Perform such other duties and provide such additional information, assistance and advice to Council as requested or directed