Welcome to the River Road neighborhood

The River Road Community Organization (RRCO) involves and represents neighbors to increase the quality of life in the neighborhood.

  • Facilitating civic empowerment in decisions affecting our neighborhood. We work with city and county agencies on development and planning. We provide forums to identify, discuss and resolve neighborhood issues and meet with candidates.
  • Fostering rich social networks and relationships among neighbors. We host regular social events, encourage neighbors to volunteer in the neighborhood, and participate in work parties.
  • Guiding stewardship  of the natural world that we enjoy. We collaborate with the city and other non-profits to maintain public space.

New Bike Path Kiosk!

February 23, 2018

Our bike path kiosk is up!  Located at the end of E. Hillcrest Drive, where it becomes the bike path. This kiosk will include a bike map, community notice board, and a River Road history display. There will also be an trashcan and interesting bike parking. 

What would you like to see displayed?Click hereto submit your ideas.

Cameron Ewing, Heidi Schroeder and David Watts celebrate a good days work.

 

Holiday Dessert Potluck

December 1, 2017

Concrete Kiosk Slab Pour at West Bank Park December 1 & 2, 2017

November 29, 2017

West Bank Park Enhancement.

Kiosk Slab Pour,

When: Friday, December 1st and Saturday December 2nd. We will start at 9:00am both days and work until we can safely clean up. 

Where: You can meet us at the end of E. Hillcrest Drive, where it becomes the bike path. We will have a covering to get out of the rain and will be providing coffee and snacks. 

Please be prepared for raining weather. Rain jackets and boots are recommended. 

After this weekend, we will be one step closer to having a community oriented information kiosk in west bank park.

Friday: We will be doing some minor dirt work with a small excavator, setting up slab forms, tying rebar, and setting the kiosk post anchors.

SaturdayWe will be pouring and finishing the slab.

The Neighborhood Enhancement Team thanks you for your support of this Neighborhood Matching Grants event.  Every volunteer hour is matched by the City as a cash grant of $23.14 an hour. It is your willingness to help that is making these events possible. Thank You!

If you have any questions, please e-mail Cameron Ewing at cameron.ewing5@gmail.com