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Some historical background on Ridgefield, Washington:  Ridgefield is a city in northern Clark County, Washington.  At the 2010 census, the population was 4,763.  Ridgefield is located just north of the Vancouver, Washington metro area.  Ridgefield is notable for its significant Native American history and connection to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It has grown significantly over the last 20 years because of its proximity to the I5 freeway, which allows many people to conveniently drive through Vancouver, Washington, into Portland for work. Large new subdivisions have sprung up as growth abounds. It still has a rural feel, with wine vineyards and large fields easily found in Ridgefield, Washington.

Years ago, this smaller city was called Union Ridge. Many Union war veterans among the first large wave of settlers after the Civil War named it Union Ridge, but it was renamed Ridgefield in 1890. The town’s original name is currently preserved with Union Ridge Elementary School.

Ridgefield, Washington, was a very important trading center as early as the 1860s, with its key location near the mouth of the Columbia River. The city was officially incorporated on August 26, 1909. The equipment rental company U-Haul got its start in Ridgefield in 1945.