Effective Monday, March 16th, the Riverdale City Community Center will be closed. However, the Community Center building will be staffed and accepting phone calls and Emails. Furthermore, Community Center programs and recreational activities will be suspended beginning on March 16th as directed by the Utah Governors Office and COVID-19 Community Task Force directives regarding mass gatherings. This proactive action is in response to COVID-19 suppression efforts statewide. Recreational youth participants and parents/guardians will receive notice or phone calls with additional details and information within the next few days regarding recreation program(s) suspension.
Also, the Riverdale City Senior Center and related programs (including lunch service) will be closed effective Monday March 16th to all persons except building tenants and respective family members of tenants until further notice.
The City desires that all persons are kept safe and move forward the best way possible. Core City services will continue to be delivered; these core services are, police services, garbage pick-up, delivery of clean potable water, sanitary sewer service, emergency response services, utility administration, etc. The City would urge residents to conduct City business via Email, telephone calls, online bill payment, and thru the City's web site, thus avoiding contact with other people. If you have not signed up to use online bill payment options please do so with information from City's web page.
At this point you're probably at corona virus information overload but we wanted to share that the City of Riverdale is closely monitoring the situation and working with the local, county, and state agencies directly tasked with managing this new virus outbreak and keeping the public informed.
The State of Utah has created a comprehensive, up-to-date website with all of the latest information necessary to best protect yourselves and your families. Please visit:
• Utah Coronavirus Task Force on Twitter - @UtahCoronavirus