Riverside Park’s public officials and citizens wanted a community center that complemented the character of their quaint community. With that and other public input, RDC designed and built a new 3,600 square foot community center that features an old-Florida style building with hurricane-resistant concrete siding that looks like wood. A large open floor plan and a separate closed-in break room with white French doors that opens out to a large porch on both the front and back adds to the historic feel. The new center is perfect for community meetings, Ladies teas, craft classes, after school and summer camp activities. The park also received new state-of-the-art outside lighting and three chicanes, or S-turns to slow traffic. RDC included in its design new drainage and upgraded the playground to meet ADA requirements.