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Riverwood Farm HOA

2023/2024 Riverwood Farm Board
Name Position
Ted Sillstrop President 
Lisa Yost Vice-President 
Kurt Hopper Treasurer 
Joe O'Connor Secretary 
Matt Cardone Past President 


Riverwood Farm HOA is managed by the following:

Adrenna Cain, Community Manager

HOA Community Management, LLC

400 Regent Park Court, Suite 100

Greenville, SC  29607

864-277-4507 ext207 office
864-277-3308 fax


Riverwood Farm is a gated community with 3 different types of homes.  There are the Townes, the Cottages and the Estates. 

Orizonti NukeNews

Current  Archive    
New Neighborhood Watch Program
Tuesday, May 27, 2008 (1174 reads)

Riverwood Farms is going to be working with the Greer Police Dept. to
setup a Neighborhood Watch Program for our community.  The kick off meeting will be held at the Riverwood Farm's clubhouse on Monday June 16th, 2008 at 8:00 pm.  This will be a great chance for everyone to meet one of the officers responsible for patrolling our community and to learn how we can better protect ourselves and our neighbors.  So please come and join us at the kick off meeting and help get the program off to a great start.

Yard Waste and Tree Cutting Disposal
Tuesday, May 27, 2008 (1153 reads)

RWF residents are very good in taking care of their own yard waste however; It has been observed that a few individuals have been using the empty lots as a dumping ground for their yard wastes and tree cuttings. Let’s keep our community clean and in sanitary condition.

Pool Volunteers Needed
Tuesday, May 27, 2008 (1166 reads)

We need a few volunteers to close the pool each night. The schedule will rotate on a weekly basis during the pool season. The time commitment is approximately 15-30 minutes each night. Contact Rick Frans,  469-6284 if you are able to assist.
The last person at the pool each day should . . .
1) Turn off lights and fans in the restrooms.
2) Turn off lights and ceiling fans in the deck porch.
3) Put down the lounge chair backs.
4) Close all umbrellas.
5) In windy conditions, remove the umbrellas and place them under the deck porch.
6) Close both pool gates.