About the HOA

The Riverwalk Homeowners Association is made up of Riverwalk homeowners. It is managed by an elected Board of Directors, all Riverwalk residents. The Board’s responsibility is to maintain the beauty of our community by keeping the common areas and community assets in the best possible condition and to enforce the Covenants.

The Board is focused on improving the community by prudent spending of Association dues, undertaking projects for the good of the entire community, and keeping the membership informed.

Community-wide homeowner meetings are held every November. New officers are elected and the Board reports on the status of projects and the financial health of the community to its residents.

Beautification Committee

The Beautification Committee ensures appropriate focus on the upkeep and lasting beauty of our community. The group works with Metro Parks, interested homeowners, and contracted landscaping services.

Communications Committee

The Communication Committee keeps the community informed of current and future events by publishing the quarterly newsletter, ensuring the community is aware of issues and events, maintaining the community Web site, and communicating Neighborhood Watch alerts.

Pool Committee

The Riverwalk Pool Committee’s primary mission is to provide oversight of the aquatic center to ensure safety and security for residents and their guests.

Social Committee

The Social Committee has the responsibility of creating “social experiences” throughout the year. Riverwalk events are not only for the residents’ enjoyment but also to encourage neighbor-to-neighbor interaction within the community with the belief that strong community friendships build a stronger community.

Welcome Committee

The Welcome Committee is tasked with aiding our newest neighbors’ moves into the community.

Amenities

Riverwalk residents enjoy numerous amenities, including an Aquatic center, playgrounds, greenway trails, street lamps, sidewalks, and underground utilties.

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Map & Directions

Riverwalk is easily accessible from I-40. Take Exit 192 and turn north (from downtown, right) onto McCrory. Turn right onto Newsom Station, and continue to Riverwalk.

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Local Information

Riverwalk is nestled in the scenic Harpeth Valley on the western edge of Nashville. Despite its rural feel, Riverwalk is only a few minutes from dining, shopping, parks, and schools.

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