About Riverton Community Association
RIVERTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (RCA) is a planned unit development (PUD) designed for diverse housing units, open space, and common recreational facilities. There are over 700 single-family homes in the community which is located in West Henrietta, NY.
Riverton is a planned community built in 1973 in the town of Henrietta, New York, along the Genesee River. There are over 700 homes, plus two apartment complexes that make up the Riverton Community Association.
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When any home/lot is purchased within RCA, it is the responsibility of the closing realtor and/or lawyer to let the buyer know that there is a covenant attached to the home’s deed. The covenant is called “Declaration Of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions And Easements.” This document explains the assessment and reads “Each owner covenants and agrees that he shall be personally liable for all such assessments which become due while he is the owner of each lot being assessed and that such assessment shall be a continuing charge and lien upon each lot against which an assessment is made.”
The assessment payment includes the following amenities: 1,100 sq. ft. Community Center (separate rental fee required), basketball court, 3 tennis courts, 3 pools (separate membership fee required), 4 playgrounds, and 3- to 4-mile bike path. In addition, the assessment goes toward taxes, insurances, administrative costs (e.g., attorney and audit fees), the grounds building and equipment, events, and upkeep and improvements to the (approximately) 40 acres of common ground space