A regular meeting of the Riverdale City Council will take place on Tuesday evening, July 14th at 7pm. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the meeting will be held virtually as a GoToMeeting web conference and with limited attendance in the Community Room at City Hall (maximum capacity is 25 people).
Attending the Meeting Online
To attend the City Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 (from 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM), just join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smart phone by clicking on the button or this link. You can access the meeting by using the access code: 569-793-517
Not comfortable joining online? You can dial into the meeting with your phone, just call: (872) 240-3212 and use the access code (569-793-517) when prompted.
Please Note: It’s highly recommended you get the GoToMeeting app and install it on your computer before the meeting starts so you’ll be ready when we begin.
Just Click Here to download the app.
Among the other issues to be considered and discussed by the City Council:
Presentations to the City Council include:
- Report from the City Administrator of Staff activities since the last City Council Meeting
- Reports by the Fire Chief and Maintenance Department
- City Engineer’s Progress Report on a variety of projects
- A presentation by the City Engineer on future plans for the Fieldcrest Drainage Way
- Status Report from Woods Construction & Development
Resolutions addressing the following:
- A Resolution approving City staff recommendation(s) concerning replacing the roof of City Hall.
- A Resolution authorizing a proposal for sanitary sewer testing of the interceptor sewer line running from Panorama Park to Bettendorf (under Hwy 67).
Discussion of various items include:
- An update on the on-going review of the Riverdale City Staff Employee Manual and insurance benefit plans currently underway
- An update on hiring part-time assistance for a variety of summer projects
- A review of capital projects planned for FY21
- Updates on the year-long, invasive species audit currently underway
- Plans for mid-year reviews with various contractors
- The state of plans for this year’s Fall Fest in October
- Meals-to-Go progress report
- Updates on various projects currently underway at the fire station
- A review of possible changes coming to the City’s parks and playgrounds in terms of new equipment and facilties
- An update on the Arconic TIF related to the plant’s heat treat facilities
- An update on where things stand with developing alternative connector routes between the MRT and Duck Creek Bike Trail
- A review of guidelines for changing public meetings from in-person to mixed or online formats
A copy of the agenda for the meeting can be found here.
A copy of the information packet sent to Council Members can be found here. (50 pages)
A copy of the City Engineer’s report from MSA can be found here.
Minutes from the meeting can be found here.
* NOTE: If you would like a copy of the Council Packet or Budget Report, please call City Hall during regular business hours (10-5pm, Mon-Fri) and one can be made for you at a cost of $.25 per page.