Rosedale Hall Renovation

Rosedale Hall is beloved by local residents. Over its century-long life, the hall has played a pivotal role in the community, serving as a school, a church, an exercise studio and hosted countless community groups and events. The original structure was built in 1918 then disassembled and moved to its current location in 1925 when it became Rosedale Hall.

Improvements to Rosedale Hall have been identified as a District strategic priority. Similar to the Arletta Schoolhouse renovation, this project will focus on accessibility improvements including exterior entry access, restroom accessibility and total renovation of the interior and interior finishes. Along with repair of exterior walls and roof trusses, and repair and leveling of the c. 1940 addition, a catering kitchen will be added as well as essential storage for classes, camps, and other community programs. When completed, Rosedale Hall will breathe with new life, including new paint, tiling, flooring, cabinets and much, much more. It will continue to serve as a community gathering place and tie together the past, present and future of the Rosedale community.

Construction work begins after Labor Day 2023 with project completion anticipated in 2024.

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We are excited to share information and news related to this project; please check back for updates. For questions or inquiries please contact: John Adams, Capital Projects Manager  or Denis Ryan, Director of Park Services