What Does the Riverside Association (RA) do?

Maintains Open Dialog with Residents and Authorities

• Hosts Annual Meeting in January with Town Panel to Address Local Topics
• Maintains Email Communication with RA members, issuing Community Alerts & Responding to Residents’ Concerns
• Confers with Authorities on Traffic & Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety, Riverside Commons Security & Other Pressing Issues
• Represents Riverside at the Community and Police Partnership (CAPP)
• Maintains Ongoing Dialog with RTM* Districts 5 and 12 members
  (*Representative Town Meeting)

• Co-hosted Board of Education Candidate Debate at Eastern Middle School (2013)
• Hosted RTM Candidates forum for Districts 5 and 12 (2017)

Coordinates with Officials to Address Local Concerns

• Initiated a Community-Wide Storm-Management Review Program
• Monitors the SWRPA* Study of Route 1 and Exit 5  (*Southwest Regional Planning  Agency)
• Hosted Fairfield County Natural Gas Line Safety Symposium
• Hosted Officers from Greenwich Police Department on Crime Prevention (2017)

Endorses Community Improvement Projects

• Supports Restoration of Eastern Greenwich Civic Center
• Joins Local Civic Groups in Beautification Projects such as Train Station Spring Clean-Up and Binney Park Daffodil Planting

Approved 2013 By-Laws

The Riverside Association Board of Governors proposed updated by-laws that were approved by the membership at the 2013 Annual Meeting held on January 17th.  Please note the attached pdf file.


We are a 501(c)(4) organization.