Riverdale Park Business Association’s November meeting will be held at Riverdale Park Town Hall, 5008 Queensbury Rd., Riverdale Park, MD 20737. Among the topics to be discussed RPBA’s participation in Riverdale Park’s June 2020 Centennial celebration, county and town regulation enforcement, RPBA’s 2020 marketing and communication programs, membership drive, and choose a location for RPBA’s holiday gathering.
Annual RPBA elections were conducted in October. Four individuals from the business community were elected to leadership positions and will serve until mid-October 2020.
Former Riverdale Park Mayor Mike Herman was elected president of the Riverdale Park Business Association. He moves into the office after association founding member Pete Spiropoulos opted to step down. Mike is the principal attorney in the Riverdale Park law firm, Michael D...
Town Center Shops Could See Rolling Biz Boon from WABA Riders
By Dan Behrand, Special Correspondent to The Biz
RIVERDALE PARK, MD., October 31, 2019 – You may notice more people on bicycles in Riverdale Park this weekend. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association’s (WABA) 2019 Cider Ride travels through town this Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. Annually, 500-700 people participate in the Cider Ride, one of WABA’s signature rides.
The 2019 Cider Ride highlights many of the great opportunities for cycling in Prince George's County and offers three options - the 10-mile Candy Apple Route, the 30-mile McIntosh Route, and the 54-mile Honeycrisp Route. All of the routes start at Dance Place (3225 8th St., NE, Washington, DC 20017)and end a few blocks away at the Dew Drop Inn (2801 8th St., NE, Washington, DC 20017) in Brookland. The McIntosh and Ho...