On Thursday 27 June at around 12 noon, A childminder was mugged. She was playing with a toddler before going to St Patrick’s to collect a junior infant. The thieves got €900 rent money (she had just taken the money out from an ATM) plus cards and passport.
Volunteers will be calling to you shortly to tell you about a Street BBQ in your area on Saturday 22 June.
Would you like a fun Street BBQ on your road? Some roads in the estate have been doing it for years.
After 14 years as chair, Frank Lynch has stepped down as chair and resigned from the committee. He said that he would like to thank the residents of Riverwood for their support during that time.
As a proactive security measure, the Community Gardai have asked us to report cold calling tradespersons to them. Send us any flyers that you receive.
Riverwood Residents Association are holding their AGM on Monday 8th May in St Patricks Community Centre at 8:00 PM Agenda: New School Estate Maintenance Security and Text Aware Service Planning and Development in Carpenterstown The Association needs more representation from each road across Riverwood in order to effectively deal with the issues that impact the […]
Riverwood Residents Association AGM on Tuesday 5th July 2016 at 8pm in St Patrick’s Community Centre
The committee has set up a text alert system for Riverwood. It is called Riverwood Aware. Joining the system is free as the costs are being covered by Riverwood Residents Association and Stop the Burglar. Please help us get residents to sign up.
The Community Gardai in Blanchardstown emailed us some Burglary Prevention Tips. Secure all Doors and Windows Light up your Home, use timer switches when out Store Keys safely and away from windows & letterboxes Record details of valuables and don’t keep large Cash amounts at home Use your Alarm, even when at home
A resident in Riverwood Heath reported suspicious activity in the back garden after a weekend away. The bins were moved from the side of the house to the back garden, with the lids clearly depressed, indicating that they were used as a step onto the low roof. Although nothing was taken from the house or […]