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Ridgefield is a nice little neighborhood in Kansas City, Missouri. The neighborhood blends together nature and commercialization in a wonderful way. Much of the neighborhood itself is quite sparsely populated with lots of thick forested pockets surrounding it. Little development exists in the general area beyond homes making for quiet roads and an opportunity for hard working residents to relax from a hard day of work. However, with easy access to important roadways, Ridgefield is also a great place for big city offerings.

One of the biggest draws to Ridgefield is the Macy’s Metro North Mall off of Barry Road. This popular mall provides the majority of the shopping in the area with major name brands as well as local shops. There are also a number of restaurants nearby that provide social opportunities along with a high quality meal.

Part of the community itself is Metropolitan Community College. While only a modest college, it does provide residents with access to a number of degree and certificate programs without the travel of most colleges. Also, it is home of the Northgate Community Theatre. This small community theatre is a popular destination for those who enjoy theatrical arts. It is also one of the most convenient area attractions.

Ridgefield also has a number of churches that meet the needs of a wide variety of different religious beliefs. There are also several schools nearby including Oak Park High School and Clardy Elementary School. Just south of the high school is a popular little park that is frequented by parents with younger children for their playground. It also has a lot of wide open space perfect for countless activities. A small paved pathway circles the park and makes a great place for walkers and runners to get a little exercise.

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