IDEA Inc.

Economic Development for Riverton Wyoming

Serving Riverton and Fremont County since 1984

RECDA

Riverton Economic and Community Development Association


RECDA is a community forum where people come together to discuss, plan and put forward ideas about the community.  It is held the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Sundowner restaurant.  Business and community leaders attend to discuss what is going on with their business or organization and to hear about new businesses or organizations in the community. 

 

This page contains the meeting minutes and other information from past RECDA meetings

Previous Meeting Minutes and Information

June 2017: Wyoming State Engineer's Office local updates

October 2015: Win Health update and healthcare ideas by Dave Parker with Wyoming Benefits

and

Brown Sugar Coffee Roastery update and downtown revitalization ideas by Aaron Justice, owner.

http://county10.com/2015/10/21/breaking-winhealth-reportedly-closing-for-good/

http://county10.com/2015/10/28/raze-downtown-and-start-over-add-more-parking-or-focus-on-local-businesses-ideas-advanced-at-recda-session-wednesday-morning/

September 2015: School District #25 update by Terry Snyder, Superintendent

August 2015: Legacy Molding Inc. update by Rob Wright, President

June 2015: Meeting was cancelled

May 2015: Workforce and Wyoming Grown update by Burl Gies

April 2015: Conversations regarding Innovation and Entrepreneur programs for Riverton

January 2015: City of Riverton update by Mayor John L. Baker


December 2014: Wind River Job Corps update by Sandy Barton, BOCES Executive Director

 http://county10.com/2014/12/18/wind-river-job-corps-center-in-riverton-now-83-percent-complete-operator-to-be-named-by-jan-1st/

November 2014: Riverton's Growth Strategy - Honor Farm Land by Kevin Kershisnik,IDEA Inc. Executive Director


July 2014: Business in Riverton - an Italian's perspective by Enrico Negrello, CEO Pertech Industries Inc.


June 2014: FORCC Roads Task Force by Chairman Wendell Manka