4410 W. Streetsboro RD. | Richfield, OH 44286 | 330.659.9201
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We are a community that was founded in 1809 by Lancelot Mayes. It is understood from history and believed by our Historical Society that our community's name came from a weed that grew rich in our fields. 

In 1967, the Village of Richfield was formed and incorporated. The Village adopted a Charter, which allowed for the voting of a Mayor and seven council members. As of the 2010 census, we are a community of approximately 3,650 and growing. The community was founded on an agricultural basis. However, as times have changed, we are moving toward a mixed community of residential and commercial development. 

As with our forefathers, it is the hopes of the community to allow for growth but to maintain the rural character and nature that makes the Village of Richfield so unique. 

mailbox policy 2015

To view the new 2015 Mailbox Policy, please click here.


Summit County

Weekly Traffic Advisory


Interstate 271 in Richfield Village & Richfield Township

(Tuesday, November 10 – Tuesday, November 17)

The ramp from I-271 northbound to I-77 northbound is closed through Tuesday, November 17, for a bridge replacement. The detour is Brecksville Rd. to SR 176/Wheatley Rd. to I-77.

Until further notice

Bi-directional traffic pattern on I-271 northbound just south of Broadview Rd. to just south of SR 303. Two lanes of traffic maintained in each direction on I-271 northbound but traffic is split, with one lane of northbound traffic crossed over onto I-271 southbound, while the second lane remains on I-271 northbound. Right lane that remains on I-271 northbound is considered an exit only lane for Brecksville Rd. and I-77 northbound. Motorists who wish to stay on I-271 northbound need to remain in the left lane which crosses over onto I-271 southbound.


Draft - Design Guidelines for Historic District

Please see the following items regarding the Richfield Design Guidelines for the Historic District.
The Planning & Zoning Commission along with the Planning & Zoning Director are still reviewing these guidelines.

Historic District Guidelines - Amended by Planning Commission 8-25-15:

Chapter 1181 Overlay Amedment_Amended by PC 8-25-15

Chapter 1145 Amendments_amended by PC 8-25-15

These are draft copies of the Design Guidelines:
Design Guidelines 08-12-14
Design Guidelines Revisions 10-1-14

November 25, 2014 Planning Commission Meeting Materials:
Historic District Buildings Map
Historic District Zoning Map
Historic Inventory with all dates
Richfield Village Design Summary for the Historic District
Richfield Village Design Guidelines 11-16-14

Draft - Subdivision Regulations

Please see the attached information regarding the draft subdivision regulations. The Planning Commission along with the Planning & Zoning Director are still reviewing these guidelines.

Table of Contents 16 Sep







Memo 5 Oct 2015

MEMO 16 Sep 2015 Frontage

MEMO 16 Sep 2015 Modifications

MEMO 16 Sep 2015 Private Sts

MEMO 16 Sep 2015 Site Grading


#1 Suburb 2015

Click on the image below to check out Cleveland Magazine's Rating the Suburbs information.

Spring 2015 e-Newsletter

The Village of Richfield Spring 2015 e-Newsletter is now available. Please click here to view it now.
If you would like to receive future e-newsletter emails, please sign up for your free subscription today by clicking here.

Mayor Beshara's State of the Village Presentation

On April 1. 2015 Mayor Beshara gave her State of the Village Presentation at the Richfield Chamber Luncheon. Click here to see her presentation.

Richfield Green Parking Lot Plan

Please click here to view the Richfield Green Parking Lot plan.

2014 Departments Annual Reports

Departmental Annual Reports:
Please take a look at what our departments have been doing and their accomplishments in 2014.

Police Department
Finance/Tax Department
Fire Department
Recreation Department
Service Department
Senior Center
Planning & Zoning Department   

A Message from the Prosecutor


 Click here to view the June newsletter.


Click here to view the Resident's Guide To A Safer Walking and Biking Community.

Richfield Joint Recreation District


Please click Richfield Joint Recreation District to read more about the district.  For agendas, minutes, committee activities and much more, go to the District's website by clicking here www.rjrd.org.


The Village of Richfield Council and the Richfield Township Trustees approved legislation to form a Joint Recreation District for the purpose of purchasing Camp Crowell Hilaka located in Richfield Township.  November, 2014 a $7.1M Bond Levy and an Operating Levy to purchase and operate the property were passed.  The purchase and sale agreement are being executed and the transfer of property to RJRD has not been completed to date.  To keep up with the latest efforts of the RJRD Board of Trustees, visit their website posted above.  To visit the Friends of Camp Crowell-Hilaka visit their website http://www.friendsofcrowellhilaka.org/ or contact the Mayor or one of the Council members.

NOPEC MyEnergy MyWay

NOPEC is an organization of local governments in northeast Ohio that work cooperatively to provide a competitive environment for energy cost savings for individual customers and they are Richfield Village's electric aggregator.

NOPEC is proud to introduce a brand new public service program to help residents control their energy use and costs.

Please Click Here for further information and to get started in MyEnergy MyWay

Event Calendar
Quilting - Rec Ctr
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Barre FX - Fitness Class @ Rec Ctr
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Sr Ctr Tai Chi 11:00 $7
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ZUMBA - Rec Ctr
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Sr Ctr Genealogy 1:00
Click for Details

next cemetery board mtg

Meeting November 24th




Mayor's Corner
Dear residents,

Fall is upon us which means road projects will be ending soon. Thank you for your patience as we do know the frustration the delays have caused to our residents, schools and businesses. We truly appreciate the work ODOT has done on our state routes and highways helping to make our roads safe for our drivers and bicyclists. 

Along with fall come many wonderful outdoor activities. Please enjoy all the beauty Richfield has to offer by walking our lovely trails. As the leaves change color and this year the peak time in Richfield and our surrounding areas will be
mid-October as predicted by ODNR.

Leaf pick-up

This program is offered in the fall when all or most of the leaves have fallen to the ground in the community. Please have the leaves raked to the front ditch line of your property or as close to the road as possible. We will continue to pick up the leaves until all are picked up or until the snow is too deep for us to retrieve them

We offer an online newsletter as well as a newsletter that is mailed to all residents three times a year. We hope you enjoy all it has to offer and do look for suggestions to be included in this publication. We do partner with UH Ahuja on this and appreciate their assistance in sponsoring our newsletter.

Have a wonderful fall and as always please contact me with any questions or concerns.

Mayor Beshara


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- Mayor Bobbie Beshara

baseball field conditions

Today's Date: , 2016

Updates posted by 3:30pm
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4410 W. Streetsboro Rd. | Richfield, OH 44286 | 330.659.9201