Rosedale Park

Rosedale Park

With more than 1,600 homes, Rosedale Park is an officially designated historic district bounded by Grand River on the north, Southfield Service Drive on the east, Acacia and Lyndon on the south, and Evergreen on the west. Founded in 1916, the neighborhood is characterized by beautiful architecture, tree-lined streets, landscaped islands and friendly neighbors. Rosedale Park residents enjoy recreational opportunities at two adjacent city parks, Stoepel Park #1 and Rosemont Acacia Park. Rosedale Park kids play baseball and softball in the largest Little League in Michigan, the Rosedale-Grandmont Little League. The Grand River commercial corridor provides a range of shopping and dining options, including several new restaurants, a coffee shop and more.


The Garden Bug

If you know your neighborhoods, then you know Grandmont Rosedale is always looking naturally fresh and extra crisp. And if you know Grandmont Rosedale, then

North Rosedale Park

I grew up on Detroit’s west side between Fenkell and Grand River Ave, right down the street from the old Norwest movie theater where I saw the movies Beat

Seeing White

Race! It’s a sticky topic that many want to shy away from. Systematic racism is just as American as apple pie. It has been engraved into the very founding

Shop Small in Detroit

  Since 2010, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been designated as Small Business Saturday. The idea was originally an initiative from American Express



Rosedale Park Improvement Association

Address: P.O. Box 23113, Detroit 48223

Minock Park Community Association

Address: 15835 Plainview, Detroit 48223

Grandmont 1 Improvement Association

Address: P. O. Box 23065 Detroit 48223