The process for developing the City’s budget for Fiscal Year 2021 (running from July 2020 through June 2021) began in December of 2019. You can track its progress here.
Mayor and Council seats open for 2022!
Open House for New Bi-Centennial Route on July 15, 2021 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at Bi-Centennial Park. Materials, route and potential construction schedule- design and bidding construction schedule. Help Spread the Word!
A Public Hearing and City Council Meeting have been set for 7:00 pm on Tuesday, March 23, 2021. The meeting will be held online and in person. Seating is limited and masks are required inside City Hall. Details on how to attend by phone or by computer can be found on the City’s website or social media.
UPDATED: A public input session to discuss the FY22 budget for the City of Riverdale was held at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. A video transcript of the meeting is now available.
For the past three months, Riverdale has been working on re-aligning its sanitary sewer rates for the coming fiscal year (which starts in July). The City Council is now considering an ordinance change that will allow residents and businesses to have a say in how those rates are set.
Iowa Governor Reynolds ordered the end of the school year late last week, so now the City of Riverdale is working with contractors to possibly accelerate the road project currently underway in the Havens Acres neighborhood.
At its April 14th meeting, the Riverdale City Council certified the proposed FY21 budget, clearing the way for a number of projects over the next twelve months.
With the City’s intention of increasing the hours of operation at City Hall starting in July, a focus on staffing, job responsibilities and process take a more prominent spot on the Council’s bi-monthly agenda.
Mayor Mike Bawden provides a summary of questions received from residents about the FY21 budget – which is up for consideration and possible adoption by the City Council at Tuesday’s meeting (on 04-14).
You can download a copy of the proposed FY 2021 budget for the City of Riverdale here, complete with a detailed memo from the Mayor how budgets were set and what the City expects to accomplish in the coming fiscal year.
The final public intake session for the FY 21 budget will take place at 4:30 pm on Thursday, March 19 at City Hall.
At Tuesday’s Council meeting, the Riverdale City Council voted unanimously to set a maximum, general tax levy for the City at $400,000 for the coming fiscal year.