“From The Mayor’s Desk”
Thoughts and observations from Mayor Mike Bawden of the City of Riverdale.
Mayor Mike Bawden has issued a mayoral proclamation closing City Hall, the playgrounds, parks and meeting spaces/gathering spots in the City through the end of the year, effective Monday, November 23.
(Updated 08-26-20) An executive order from the mayor modifies the format for all public meetings at City Hall for the foreseeable future. Those people attending public meetings in person will now be required to wear a face mask.
A town hall meeting is scheduled for Sunday, May 21 at 2pm in the Community Room at City Hall and online. Among the topics to be discussed are the barrier fence to be erected between the Havens Acres neighborhood and the MRT, Manor Hill erosion and much more.
Mayor Mike Bawden weighs in on the controversy concerning the action taken by the Riverdale City Council to move ahead with plans to erect a barrier fence between the MRT and the Havens Acres neighborhood.
Mayor Mike Bawden makes an appeal to the residents of Riverdale. It’s going to take more than taking down the caution tape to make sure it’s safe to play at the City’s playgrounds again. Find out how you can do your part.
A virtual town hall meeting is scheduled for Sunday, May 24 at 2pm. Among the topics to be discussed are proposed guidelines to re-open the City’s playgrounds and community meeting spaces.
Mayor Mike Bawden decides to continue keeping the playgrounds and community room in Riverdale closed, but opens the parks to limited activity.
Mayor Mike Bawden explains why he’s extending the closure of the City’s parks and other community facilities – but also why he’s asked a group of kids to help figure out a strategy to re-open the playgrounds.
A virtual town hall meeting is scheduled for Sunday, April 26 at 2pm.
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).