Riverview Neighborhood Upcoming Events

Spring is definitely in the air which means its time to get out, clean up the garden, clean out the house, and enjoy the good weather! The RVNA will have dumpsters availalble in two locations March 24th – the 27th for you to get rid items you’ve been holding on for too long. No construction materials, equipment, or batteries.

If you missed February’s Riverview Neighborhood Association meeting we released an informative video on the Council Oak Tree located in the heart of the Riverview neighborhood. Check it out Here.

Also provided below is a short summary of the other items discussed at the February 13th RVNA meeting.

Dues are due! Dues have increased to $45 per year. Please take time today to pay dues. Your donation is tax-deductible.


Spring Cleanup: Dumpsters will be dropped off at 14th & Frisco and 16th & Carson on Friday, March 24th and will be removed on Monday, March 27th. Looking for volunteers to work at CBH Plaza both on that day and for general monthly care April-October. Contact Murray Verbonitz for more information or to volunteer.

Tulsa Foundation for Architecture Riverview Walking Tour: 4/23 from 12:30-4:30. Tix are $25. Contact Casey Newport for more information or visit TFA website, tulsaarchitecture.org

Tulsa Tough VIP Tent: June 11, 7AM-5PM

Community Garden: There are plans in work for a shared gardening area near 14th and Carthage. Contact us for more info.

Other dates to remember: 3/25 T-Town Half Marathon passes through Riverview; 4/15 Golden Driller Marathon passes through Riverview; 4/29 Typros StreetCred event featuring 18th District & Dreamkeepers Park; 5/21 Ironman passes through Riverview (RVNA to have a tent near 18th & Boulder); 7/4 Firecracker 5k and Folds of Honor event at Dreamkeepers Park


CCOT Project: Approved by Tulsa Parks BOD’s, will work with city on funds for needed repairs needed (Phase One); officially kicking off fundraising for promotion and education of CCOT (Phase Two) with a Pint Night fundraiser at Neff Brewing on 4/13; have begun a collaboration with the InterTribal Council to discuss improvements to CCOT and Stickball (Phase Three) to be included in masterplan of Dreamkeepers Park.

Riverview Instagram: We have secured an Instagram handle and hope to begin promoting points of interest within Riverview. Submit your photos to tulsarvna@gmail.com or contact Charis Retherford.


Neighborhood Character Overlay: Renaissance Neighborhood has been working on getting this done to protect against development that would not fit into historical surroundings. If you don’t like the NIO, this is a way to combat it. See David Olson for more information.

18th District: A group is trying to resurrect the old SOBO business district association and rebrand it as the 18th District. If you are interested in being involved in that association, see Jason Mathew.

18th St Improvements: a plan has been made to repave and improve 18th between Main and Cincinnati to include sidewalks and a revamped 18th & Boston intersection

Meeting to discuss highly trafficked alleys along Denver: 2/21 meeting at 1401 S Denver to discuss the possibility of closing the alleys to traffic. Casey Newport will be there as a RVNA rep. Affected homeowners are encouraged to attend.

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