Why join the Riverside Community Caucus?
Representation - Let your voice be heard! Becoming a member of the RCC gives you a voice as we search for and support great leaders for our village.
Community - We are a community and every one of us can make a difference! The RCC encourages all residents to engage in our local government, learn more about it, and to be a supportive member of the community.
Connection - RCC members are your friends, neighbors, and partners in the community. We host a variety of events throughout the year that provide opportunities to meet other Riversiders, learn more about how our local government works, and make new friends along the way.
Who can be a member?
How do I join?
Pay by mail
Anyone who would like to mail their $25 membership fee may write a check to Riverside Community Caucus and send it to
Riverside Community Caucus
P.O. Box 22
Riverside, IL 60546
***Please Note - Please do not send cash in the mail. If you would like to make a cash payment, please email Contact@rccil.org and someone will be in touch.
Frequently Asked Membership Questions
What does it mean to be a Riverside Community Caucus Member?
It means that you care about Riverside and would like to be actively engaged in the community.
It means you have a voice and your voice matters.
The Riverside Community Caucus membership is composed of engaged residents from every neighborhood in our community. All members are equally valued for their unique experiences, perspectives, and opinions, shared with one another for the betterment of the community.
What do I need to do if I become a member?
Join us at member meetings and events.
We host a variety of events including social meet & greets, educational events, a free and open to the community prospective candidate forum where residents can learn about prospective candidates, and more.
Participate and engage in the recruiting process. This includes things like
Nominating people in the community you feel would make a great leader on Riverside's Village Board of Trustees.
Volunteering to be on the Recruiting Committee.
Learning about each prospective candidate and voting on which candidates you would like the RCC to endorse.
Support RCC endorsed candidates by telling your friends about them, collecting signatures, or displaying a yard sign.
Help make the RCC an inclusive organization where every member is respected and appreciated for their unique perspectives and experiences.
RCC Area Chairs
The RCC, following election precincts, has a designated Area Chair for each of the areas found in the map above.
The help and support of the area chairs is invaluable as they play a large role in helping to recruit new members, retain existing members, and support our board and members to the best of their ability. Area chairs get first dibs on working on the recruiting committee, facilitate communication to other members in their area, and are some of the Caucuses best cheerleaders.
To find your Area Chair, locate your home on the map below, note your Area #, and find the Area Chair that serves your location.
Area #1 - Pending Area #2 - Mary Cerrone Area #3 - Laura Lindley
Area #4 -Pending Area #5 - Kimber Coombes Area #6 - Alex Layng
RCC Area Map
To find which area you are in, locate your address on the map below.