The RIVERTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (RCA) is a planned unit development (PUD) designed for diverse housing units, open space and common recreational facilities. There are 240 rental apartments and townhouses throughout the neighborhood, a 54-unit rental apartment complex for seniors, and about 600 attached and detached homes.
There is more than three miles of lighted bike paths, three pools, three tennis courts, a basketball court, multiple tot-lots, a community center, and acres of common property. Some of these facilities have membership fees or user payments. The master plan for future growth and the controlled exterior changes of present, private, and commonly owned property is managed by RCA's Board of Directors.
There is an annual association assessment for maintenance of common lands and operations of RCA. The Riverton Covenants and By-Laws establish that the Board of Directors and the Architectural Review Board (ARB) carry out the protection on all property located in Riverton. Directors are elected at an annual March meeting of all registered
voters. The ARB is appointed by the Board of Directors annually. All Board Members are volunteers. They meet bi-weekly at the Betty Ann McDonald Community Center. Actions of these Boards are printed in the bi-monthly newsletter.