“From The Mayor’s Desk”
Thoughts and observations from Mayor Mike Bawden of the City of Riverdale.
There will be a town hall meeting in the Community Room at City Hall on Sunday, October 20 at 2pm. While the meeting is informational in nature and serves as an open forum, there are usually a few items on the agenda the mayor wishes to address. Please come with an open mind and questions for city representatives and your neighbors.
The Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative, a bi-partisan consortium of over 90 cities and towns on the banks of the Mississippi have selected Riverdale’s mayor, Mike Bawden, to serve on its Executive Committee to represent the state of Iowa.
In this blog post, Mayor Mike Bawden, addresses recent concerns expressed about meetings held that do or don’t comply with Iowa’s open meetings/open records laws.
(Update 09-22-19) Notes from the Town Hall meeting held in the Riverdale City Council Chambers at 2pm on Sunday, September 22, 2019.
Mayor Mike Bawden invites kids to write what they would do if they were mayor as part of the Iowa League of Cities “If I Were Mayor” essay contest and his re-election announcement.
The next Mayor’s town hall meeting will be Sunday, September 23rd at 2pm. Among items discussed will be updates on Woods Estates, Crime Prevention Task Force, the MRT Bike Trail, Fall Fest and more.
Mayor Mike Bawden explains why he’s asked three Council Members to chair “task forces” to address some of the big issues facing Riverdale now and in the future.
Are you satisfied with the state of Riverdale’s parks? Mayor Mike Bawden shares his views for the future of our City’s parks and recreational programs.
The next Mayor’s town hall meeting will be Sunday, August 26th at 2pm. Among items discussed will be updates on Woods Estates, Crime Prevention Task Force, the MRT Bike Trail, Fall Fest and more.
Riverdale is facing a coming invasion and you can help us stop it. Find out more in the mayor’s latest blog post!