Riverside Court is a unique gated community of 212 three-story luxury homes in Secaucus on a bend in the Hackensack River just minutes from Midtown Manhattan. The 15.2-acre Riverside Court site is just north of Route 3, immediately off the Meadowlands Parkway exit, and within view of the turnpike overpass.

The complex was contructed by Baker Residential from 2004 to 2007. It features a riverside pool and cabana, with a river walk along the Hackensack river. There is a public boat ramp nearby, and you can take canoe and kayak tours of the river and the Meadowlands marshes.

The exterior of the attached three-story town house buildings is modeled after classic 19th-century brownstones, with bay windows, arched entryways, Juliet balconies and French doors.

The Meadowlands sports complex, with Giants Stadium and the Izod Center, is just across the Hackensack River. Work has begun on open acres around the arena to build American Dream, a major entertainment-retail-office complex that could enliven the entire Meadowlands area economically.

Community Announcements
Tropical Storm Ida
From Community Management, Posted 09-01-2021
According to the National Weather Advisory, we are expecting a tropical storm Ida to hit the Tri-State area. High winds and heavy rain are expected starting early Wednesday morning through Thursday afternoon. We ask that you remove and/or affix any items from your terrace that have the potential to be blown away if you have an open terrace. Please also ensure that windows are closed shut. Thank you for your cooperation in advance.
Pool Open Today!!!
From Secaucus Township, Posted 08-27-2021
Please be advised due to the extreme heat and forecasted weather over the next few days the Riverside Court pool will be open today until 7 PM. Again the Riverside Court pool will be open today until 7 PM so please get yourself out there and enjoy this extremely hot and humid day by taking a dip in the pool!
Hurricane Henri Preparedness
From Community Management, Posted 08-21-2021
In preparation for what could be a devastating weather event, please be sure to prepare the following: - An emergency food and water supply. - An emergency medicine supply. - Emergency power sources such as flashlights (don't forget extra batteries). - Safety and personal items. - Important documents, including medical documents, wills, passports, and personal identification. - A fire extinguisher. - Whistle (to signal for help). - Charged cell phone. For the safety of others: Please be sure to remove or securely tie down all items that can become airborne during the severe weather event. This includes but is not limited to: - Planters - Patio Furniture - Umbrellas - Portable Grills - Solar Lighting Units For further information and storm preparedness recommendations, please visit: https://www.wwlp.com/weather/weather-news/femas-guide-for-effective-disaster-preparedness/amp/ Thank you all for your time and attention. Please be safe!
Election Mailing Matter
From Community Management, Posted 08-10-2021
Recently you received an election package, which included ballots, candidate profiles and instructions regarding proper voting procedures.

Unfortunately and inadvertently, a couple of candidate profiles were excluded from the package. Again, this was a simple, but unfortunate mistake. Clearly, these bios being accidentally omitted will have a clear effect on the fair voting process.

To that end, we are going to reschedule the election meeting and we are also going to resend the complete election package, which will include ALL updated candidate profiles as well as ballots. As far as the BeckerBallot portal — the information provided in that format was and is correct and complete. As such, we will simply extend the voting period on that portal to coincide with the new meeting date.

The new meeting date is scheduled for Tuesday, September 14th at 7pm. All meeting details and ZOOM access credentials will be included in the new package. Please note, any “paper” vote received as part of the original packet will be discarded, with the ballot pertaining to the September 14, 2021 meeting date being the accepted ballot.

We are truly sorry for any inconvenience this has caused to you as the owner and all candidates who are selflessly willing to give their time to helping maintain our terrific community.
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