WHO WE ARE
Neighborhood Alley Clean-up Day
DANA visibility at local events
D.A.N.A. members work to preserve and enhance our downtown neighborhoods and provide a grass root forum to advocate for the concerns and ideas of our downtown residents
Walk the Neighborhood Event
FAQ — Frequently asked Questions
Who can be a member of DANA?
Anyone who lives, works, or does business in downtown Riverside may become a member of DANA. Membership dues are annual and are currently set at $20 / household Dues are from September to August
What are the boundaries of the Downtown Neighborhood?
For the purposes of DANA membership, downtown Riverside is defined as the area bounded by the 60 freeway to the north, the Tequesquite arroyo to the south, the 91 freeway between the 60-215-91 interchange and the Tequesquite arroyo to the east, and the Santa Ana River to the west.
When and where does DANA meet?
DANA meets on the third Monday of every month, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. The group is dark in July and August. In August we participate with the City-wide National Night Out Event.
across from the golf course.
Are DANA meetings open to the public?
DANA’s meetings are open to the public, though only members may vote on motions, resolutions, or during annual election for officers. New members are always welcome.
Why a duck ?
Early in the formation of DANA, one of our founding members rescued a duckling from Fairmount Park. She had an injured wing, but was soon nursed back to health. She was adopted by DANA as a reminder to take action in your neighborhood when necessary.
DANA 2018/19 Executive Committee
Vincent Erviti, Chair
Nanci Larsen, Chair Elect
Chani Beeman, Past Chair
Robin Jo Rios, Secretary
Lori Stephenson, Treasurer
Donna Stephenson, Board Member at Large
Keith Alex, Board Member at Large
Tom Donahue, Development and City Affairs
Erin Edwards, Riverside Downtown Partnership
Ben Ontko, Bryant Elementary School