woods estates riverdale, ia
Woods Estates of Riverdale is a large housing addition being developed by Seth Woods and his company, Woods Development. The Mason Plan is a buildable plan in Woods Estates of Riverdale. The final review/recommendation letter from Engineer Chris Cooper (of MSA Professional Services) provided a comprehensive review of the steps taken to review and document progress on the Woods Estates project. All interested persons are invited to appear and be heard at the time and places listed above. This buildable plan is a 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 3,254 sqft single-family home and was listed by Woods Construction on Aug 31, 2020. The notice of this meeting is not considered final until 24 hours prior to the meeting and may be further modified if 24 hours notice is impossible or impractical for good cause. The result has been a reduction in the time usually required to bring new lights and cameras online. MEETING NOTICE: FY22 Budget Intake Meeting called for Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 2:00pm. MEETING NOTICE: Council Meeting called for Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 7pm. Located in the Quad Cities metro area, Riverdale is the home to over 400 residents and the country’s largest aluminum rolling mill. If Seth and his company succeed, Riverdale succeeds, it’s that simple.”. Additionally, KE Flatwork, the sub-contractor who did the road paving will provide an additional, 2-year guarantee on a portion of Madison Drive that was not completely inspected prior to final paving to ensure no settling that might cause cracking or other problems with the road. Notice is hereby given that the Riverdale Planning & Zoning Commission will conduct a public hearing to consider the request for approval of the final plat of Phase 1 for the Woods Estates of Riverdale Subdivision. For my business – as I’m sure is true for many of you – the uncertainty surrounding the economy has made a lot of my customers pull back from where they were just a few weeks ago …, It also makes pushing ahead – right now – with work on this phase a much riskier proposition …, At the Planning & Zoning Meeting, I was set to move ahead with getting our Letter of Credit from BankORION to City Hall by April 10 so things could keep rolling along. He also said he would provide a timeline for each phase as they are presented – both a requirement of the City’s ordinance and a helpful communications tool to make the entire process run more smoothly. Mayor Mike Bawden explained that although the goal is to have the area remain a fairly undisturbed wild space, there would have to be some construction activity in the ravine in the near future to deal with the drainage issues. Woods Estates of Riverdale, Riverdale, Iowa. View photos of this property in Riverdale, IA. The city of Riverdale’s Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the final plat for Phase 1 of the Woods Estates of Riverdale subdivision following a public hearing on Wednesday, December 18th. There are 91 real estate listings found in Riverdale, IA.View our Riverdale real estate area information to learn about the weather, local school districts, demographic data, and general information about Riverdale, IA. Mr. Woods will make his presentation of the final plat at a public hearing on Tuesday, April 14th and the Council is prepared to review the recommendation from P&Z and provide its approval or denial later on that evening during the Council’s regular meeting. DATE: Thursday, September 24, 2020 TIME: 7:00 P.M. She also reviewed the facts that letters asking for comment had also been sent to MSA Professional Services (the City of Riverdale’s engineering consultant) and various Scott County departments as required by law. The construction of the public improvements needed to be completed in compliance with engineering drawings supplied and ok’d by the City. Mr. Woods addressed the questions about architectural covenants for the subdivision by showing that covenants (reviewed and approved by the City’s attorney and administrator) were completed and part of the record provided for review. Official opening of Woods Estates of Riverdale set for February 5th. On a chilly Wednesday morning (February 5th), Mayor Mike Bawden cut the ribbon to officially open the Woods Estates of Riverdale subdivision to the public. Browse photos, see new properties, get open house info, and research neighborhoods on Trulia. Sales of lots in the first phase of the project that opened on Wednesday have been brisk with over 60% of the lots selling as soon as the final plat was approved. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow. The mayor and Mr. Woods have been busy contacting contractors and Bettendorf and DOT officials to try and accelerate bringing the new lights at the intersection on line. As a result of the economic distress resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak, Mr. Woods is asking the City Council to provide a conditional approval of the plat that restricts him from moving ahead with any construction on the second phase until he’s provided the City with an irrevocable letter of credit that meets with the City’s approval. In 2017, the City Council, under the direction of Mayor Sonya Paddock, approved a TIF (tax increment financing) District to aid Mr. Woods in re-couping costs expended to put in some of the infrastructure (i.e. Woods Development is currently pulling together engineering drawings for the second phase of the project (there are six phases in total) which should be presented to the City for approvals this spring. If you can’t find a specific piece of information on this website, you can always make a request for document production from the City. MEETING NOTICE: Council Meeting called for Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 7pm. We will respond to your request within three business days with a projected cost and delivery date for the production of requested materials. As spelled out in the Development Agreement between Riverdale and Woods Construction & Development, those conditions are: The sub-contractors who installed the sewers, built the roads, etc. A rough completion schedule has been agreed to for the remaining phases of the Woods Estates of Riverdale subdivision. Mr. Woods expressed some regret as to how the first phase of this project progressed and told the commission he plans on presenting the final plat for Phase 2 earlier on in the process and won’t begin work on any of the infrastructure (roads and utilities) until he’s received approval on the plan. Find 4 photos of the State St #KDNM01 home on Zillow. With the first homes currently under construction, it’s entirely possible people could be living in Woods Estates by during the second half of this year. Not comfortable joining online? The hearing will be held on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers of Riverdale City Hall, 110 Manor Drive, Riverdale, Iowa 52722. Update (April 15, 2020) – The City Council voted to table the Resolution approving the final plat for Phase 2 of Woods Estates of Riverdale in order to provide Developer Seth Woods with adequate time to judge economic conditions and begin work on the project when he felt the time was right. The notice of this meeting is not considered final until 24 hours prior to the meeting and may be further modified if 24. is impossible or impractical for good cause. Additional information is available at riverdaleiowa.com or from the Zoning Administrator by calling (563) 355-2511. The project – currently in front of the City’s Planning & Zoning Commission – calls for 117 lots with homes expected to sell in the $450,000 range. The light poles (with lights and cameras) were installed at the intersection less than 90 days ago. The 4,372 sq. MEETING NOTICE: Council Meeting called for Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 7:15pm. The lights at the intersection are in need of new cameras, timing and integration into the traffic control system managed by the City of Bettendorf. Brand new subdivision not yet on maps - Take State Street and head north on Madison Drive (across from Arconic's main entrance).