Volume I Number 10 | August 17, 2018
News for Neighbors!
Please be sure to share this newsletter with your friends and neighbors and remind them they can sign up to receive news about our city via email by clicking here .
Auto theft and break-ins reported on Manor Drive.
Are you prepared?.

One car was broken into and another was stolen from homes on Manor Drive last Saturday night. The City has been in contact with the Scott County Sheriff's Department and has some safety tips to share with residents to help reduce the risk of theft in our neighborhoods.
Deer and coyote hunting season in Riverdale begins 09/16.

The City Council of Riverdale amended and approved a resolution authorizing bow hunting of deer and coyotes this fall and winter at last Tuesday's City Council meeting.
Grading to continue on Woods Estates project for the next three to four weeks.

According to a project update report from J+M Civil Design, LLC – the engineering firm assisting Seth Woods on Riverdale’s latest home development – grading will continue on the site for the next 3-4 weeks.
Other Upcoming Meetings
Please take note of the following public meetings and events currently on the City's calendar ...

Mayor's Town Hall 08/26 2 pm
City Council 08/28 7 pm
City Council 09/11 7 pm
Fall Fest 09/15 1 pm
Mayor's Town Hall 09/23 2pm
News from City Hall
The next meeting of the City Council is scheduled for 7pm on Tuesday, August 28th in Council Chambers at City Hall. Members of the community are welcome to attend.

You can review the agenda and information packet as they are added to the website by clicking here .
We want to know what you think ...
Traffic on the Mississippi River Trail (MRT) can be a little hectic (to say the least).

The mayor has written a blog post about the "rules of the road" when it comes to using the bike path - whether you're a walker, jogger or bike rider.

Leave your thoughts (and suggested rules) on his blog post by clicking here .
From the Mayor's Desk
Mayor Mike Bawden now has a blog on the city's website - you'll find it by clicking here .

So, just how do things get done in the City? The Invasive Plant Task Force chaired by Council Member Kelly Krell is a great example of how we're giving citizens a chance to participate in building a great community. Mayor Bawden shares his point of view, here .

Interested in writing your own post for the Riverdale website? Let us know .
See a problem that needs fixing? Let us know. Now!
The City Council reviewed a “Work Order” process that allows citizens to report issues they find via an online form.

Under the proposed guidelines, City staff will review the request and respond within 2 business days of receiving the email.

Click here for more info.
What's news with you?
We're always looking for ways to celebrate what's going on in Riverdale - and our website/newsletter is a great way to do it.

If you have some news you want to share with your neighbors, click here and fill out the form , then send us your news! We'll take a look and get in touch.

Then we might just make you famous! :D
It looks like the weekend brings relief ...
after a hot week, it's nice to have a cooler forecast for the weekend (especially at night)!
For the extended forecast for Riverdale, click here .
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