Welcome to Riverside!
Riverside neighbors do more than just meet once a month. We are an active community working together to make Riverside a better place
to live, work, and play.
If you live within the Riverside boundaries then
Attend a meeting and help shape the community in which you live.
Take a Look at What's Happening
For the Love of Animals Charity Auction
How it works: people bring an item to donate for the auction. Examples may be brownies, dog treats, jam, pie, muffins, cookies. Homemade or store bought are both acceptable. Homemade, gourmet products, or bakery items are the biggest sellers. Please limit 2 per person.
Next comes the easy part, opening your heart and your wallet to help homeless pets. Itís all about having fun bidding on items and knowing your money is going towards a good cause.
When: February 10, 2015
Where: Neighborhood meeting held at the North Middle School library, 2514 Rainier Avenue
Time: Doors open at 6:15pm, meeting starts at 6:30pm, auction begins approximately 7pm
All proceeds go to Old Dog Haven, a nonprofit that is dedicated to helping homeless senior dogs.
Please consider giving, even if you are unable to attend our auction. Old Dog Haven accepts donations of any value. If you would like to help please visit
Old Dog Haven. Old Dog Haven is a 501(c)3 so your donations are tax-deductible.
Volunteer Opportunities Available
Halloween Decorating Coordinator
2015 will mark the sixth year our neighobrhood has celebrated Halloween with a neighborhood decorating contest.
If you are interested in coordinating this frightfully fun event please email Toni at
Home of Excellence Coordinator
If you've ever passed by a house that was once an eye sore but is now the gem of the block and thought to yourself, "If only I
could express to the home owners what a great job they did." Well this is exactly what the Home of Excellence is about.
It is Riverside's way of acknowledging neighbors who take pride in their homes and property. If you want to be more involved
in the community and have fun meeting new people, please email Toni at
Council of Neighborhoods Representative - Positiion Filled
This is perfect for someone who wants to get involved and find out first hand whatís going on in our city.
Representatives attend Council of Neighborhood meetings and report back to RNA and members on current events.
The Council of Neighborhood meetings start at 4pm on the fourth Monday of each month except for August and December.
Join us at Nextdoor
Many Riverside neighbors are already using Nextdoor to quickly get the word out about a break-in, organize a neighborhood watch group,
find a trustworthy babysitter, get a home improvement referral, ask for help keeping an eye out for a lost dog, find a new home for the
outgrown bike, and finally call that nice man down the street by his first name. Join now! See you there.
East Grand Stormwater Projects
The letter from Everett Public Works regarding the sewer, water and stormwater projects on East Grand, Harrison and Everett Avenue.
Read the letter....
Little Free Library - take a book, leave a book
The idea of the Little Free Library is simple: take a book - leave a book. Borrow them or keep them.
Enjoy the giving and sharing as much as the actual books.
Garfield Park LFL
Update 5/19/14: The LFL has re-opened for business. It is now sporting a fresh coat of stain and a brand new shake roof.
The library is located near the middle entrance to the park on State Street.
The Garfield Park LFL was built by Byran Bader and Ritch Carbaugh as part of Bryan's Eagle Scout project.
The library was made possible by:
City of Everett
Everett Office of Neighborhoods
Everett Parks Department
Bryan and Scott Bader
Summit Park LFL
The Summit Park LFL was built by Vicki Rosenau and the stand was built by Sno-Isle Skill Center.
Riverside Park LFL
The Riverside Park LFL was built by Riversideís Girl Scout Troop 42903.