Riverside Neighborhood Association: Everett, Washington
   
 

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 your opinion matters! Attend a meeting and help shape the community in which you live.

 

Take a Look at What's Happening CERT Classes, Community Workshops, Everett Animal Shelter, I-5 freeway wall, Everett Police, Everett Parks, City of Everett, Chicken Coop Tour, Volunteer Everett, Everett Neighborhoods

Summit Park - History Rooted in Mountains and Water

This year several Riverside neighbors have been working with the City of Everett Planning and Community Development Department to research and design an interpretive sign for Summit Park. David Dilgard will be our guest speaker at the October 14 meeting. This is an opportunity for neighbors to preview the sign and learn some little known history of the surrounding area.

Riverside's 5th annual Halloween Decorating Contest

This year's theme is: BOO!

BOO your house this year and help us transform Riverside into a frightfully delightful community by joining in a little friendly house decorating competition. For categories and rules click here.

Email nominations to Kelly at
keltom35@gmail.com.

Trick-or-treaters look forward to your hair-raising creations for a ghostly, haunting, fun Halloween!

Volunteer Opportunities Available

Halloween Decorating Coordinator - Positiion Filled
2014 will mark the fifth year our neighobrhood has celebrated Halloween with a neighborhood decorating contest.

Council of Neighborhoods Representative - Positiion Filled
This is perfect for someone who wants to get involved and find out first hand what’s 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.

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

Ritch Carbaugh

Toni Petersen

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 Riverside’s Girl Scout Troop 42903.