Volume I Number 12 | August 31, 2018
News for Neighbors!
Sorry about the delay in getting our newsletter out this week - but we have a lot of news exclusively for Riverdale residents!

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 .
Sheriff Lane Addresses Riverdale's Crime Concerns

Scott County Sheriff Tim Lane attended last Tuesday’s City Council Meeting and provided an overview of the issues surrounding the recent car break-ins and theft in Riverdale which occurred earlier in the month.
Labor Day Weekend Work Schedule Announced
for Woods Estates SubDivision.

Expect grading work to continue on Saturday, September 1st but not over the rest of Labor Day weekend, according to developer Woods Construction.
We need a vision for Riverdale's Parks - please share yours.

Are you satisfied with the state of Riverdale’s parks? Mayor Mike Bawden shares his views for the future of our City’s parks and recreational programs.
Neighborhood News: A very special birthday for Ava Griswold and Riverdale resident is called a class(ical) act!

Grading for the Woods Estates project continues into the fall. The City's Engineering Firm, MSA Professional Services, conducts periodic inspections of the work including reviewing and consulting on the storm water management plan for the site.
News from City Hall
The next meeting of the City Council is scheduled for 7pm on Tuesday, September 11th in Council Chambers at City Hall. Members of the community are welcome to attend.

Other News
In a formal statement received by the City, Woods Construction & Development, Inc. has committed to replacing trees removed during the early steps of building the Woods Estates subdivision. Read More.
Council Member Paul DCamp along with members of the Riverdale Fire Department and City staff visited the Tipton Volunteer Fire Department to learn more about how similarly-sized departments operated as part of an on-going fact-finding effort. Read More.
Fall Fest 2018 Needs YOU!
According to Council Member Kelly Krell and event chairman Mark Griswold, just a few more volunteers are needed to make sure the  2018 Fall Fest  goes off without a hitch on September 15th at 1pm.

If you’re willing to volunteer, please click here .

Events include a parade, lots of free food, bounce houses, a petting zoo, face painting, corn hole competitions, a free-throw contest and much, much more!

To review a flyer with all the details, click here .

Special thanks to this year's sponsors:

MSA Professional Services

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 will be warm and wet ...
with warm nights and steamy days - the rain looks to continue through the weekend and into Labor Day. For the extended forecast for Riverdale, click here .
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