What is RPNA, Who’s on the Board, and Why You Should Join

The River Park Neighborhood Association ( RPNA ) was established in January 1993 to “enhance the livability of the River Park area by establishing and maintaining an open line of communication with and acting as a liaison between the neighborhood, government agencies and other neighborhoods and associations.” The RPNA is dedicated to providing “an open process by which members of the neighborhood may involve themselves in the affairs of the neighborhood.”The RPNA’s recent accomplishments include:

Board meetings are currently held in the Fremont Church, room E-210, on the 3rd Thursday of each month starting at 7:30 PM.  Meetings are open to the public and all residents are encouraged to attend.  Each meeting the board discusses issues related to  River Park making input from residents a vital component. Board members serve for two-year terms, with terms staggered every other year: six members are elected in November of the even numbered years, five members in odd-numbered years. All RPNA members in good standing who have abundant enthusiasm and ideas for River Park are encouraged to run for the Board.  In addition to the monthly meetings, RPNA holds two general meetings, one in the spring and fall