Volunteers meet at QuikTrip parking lot 9.00am Saturday morning; we’ll divide into teams and conquer the neighborhood for 2 hours max. Any and all are welcome, no RSVP necessary! It’s easy, fun, and a great way to meet some neighbors. Hotdogs after for anyone who’s hungry. QuikTrip has graciously donated 100 free drink coupons in support of the effort.

From the Nextdoor Partnership Team:

The City of Tulsa and Nextdoor

We are excited to announce that the City of Tulsa will use Nextdoor to provide important information to neighborhoods across the city. As part of this effort, you may see periodic updates from various city departments on Nextdoor Riverview. The purpose of these updates is to share alerts, news, and other notifications that are relevant to your neighborhood. It’s important to note that city staff can only see their own posts and replies to these posts. They will NOT be able to access or view any information that you and your neighbors have shared on Nextdoor Riverview. Communicating with city staff is entirely voluntary, and you can see more information here.

Our 2014 Block Party was held at the Shrine on 18th @ Boston on a perfect September Sunday. Lots of neighbors came out and enjoyed great food, kids’ activities, a bake-off, and live auction. More »

NewsOn6 interviewed our Association President, Sam Johnson, about Riverview’s adoption of Nextdoor as a community online platform for sharing information about crime and safety. More »

The Tulsa Beautification Foundation awarded matching funds to help us develop a park at the bottom of world-famous Cry Baby Hill. More »