The River Park Neighborhood Association (RPNA) was established in January 1993 to “enhance the livability of the River Park area by establishing and maintaining an open line of communication with and acting as a liaison between the neighborhood, government agencies and other neighborhoods and associations”. The RPNA is dedicated to providing “an open process by which members of the neighborhood may involve themselves in the affairs of the neighborhood”.
The RPNA is a non-profit public benefit corporation (under Section 23701(f) of the California Revenue and Taxation Code) and is governed by bylaws which can be found here. RPNA Board meetings are held in the Fremont Church, room E-210, on the 3rd Thursday of each month starting at 7:30 PM. Meetings are open to the public and all residents are encouraged to attend. At each meeting the board discusses issues related to River Park and input from residents is a vital component. In addition to monthly board meetings, the RPNA holds two neighborhood general meetings, one in the spring and fall, and helps coordinate other events during the year, including our neighborhood’s popular Fourth of July Festival and Parade! Take a look through our events calendar to see what’s happening!
Want to get involved? The River Park Neighborhood Association is always looking for volunteers! Every year multiple seats open up on the RPNA board, and we welcome any current RPNA member in good standing to run for a seat on the board! In addition, we have several active committees that are always seeking volunteers to help make River Park a better place to live. We also need many volunteers to help coordinate the events which occur in the neighborhood each year. Not sure where to start? Get in touch with us via email at email@example.com, or stop by one of our monthly meetings!
Joining the RPNA is easy! Check out our membership page here!