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If you are smelling sewage at night please contact Bill Moore at Pima County Wastewater Reclamation. He is the Public works crew supervisor and is in charge of the bio-filter at Greenlee and Columbus. Phone: 520-724-3400, Cell 520-392-1846, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Riverhaven does not sanction any social media sites nor are they monitored by the Association. To post an official communication to the Association – contact the Community Association Manager via email and through the contact form, by phone 520-297-0797, or mail to Riverhaven Community Assoc, c/o Cadden Management, 5225 W. Massingale Rd., Tucson, AZ 85743.
- Our northern boundary is the Rillito River Park which runs from I-10 on the west to Craycroft Road on east. This unique park, located on both the north and south banks of the Rillito River, provides walking, running, bicycling, skating and equestrian trails for the residents of Riverhaven to enjoy.
- The northeastern area of Riverhaven is across the street from the 60 acre Swan Wetlands restoration project. Dedicated in the fall of 2008, this project has restored the damaged riparian environment of the Rillito River to a more natural state.
- We are approximately one mile from Brandi Fenton Memorial Park which is located within the Binghampton National Historic Landscape. This park has playgrounds, a soccer field, an equestrian arena and stables and a dog park.
- In addition, we are within one mile of McCormick Park which is next to the Lighthouse YMCA on Columbus Boulevard and the Jewish Community Center on River Road.
- Because of the open spaces and a location on the Rillito River, our area of Tucson is known for its spectacular bird watching.
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