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2023 June Day Bike Ride

May 15th, 2023

Alex Derdelakos

Join RPIA for our annual June Day Bike Ride!

When: Saturday June 3rd, 2023; 9:30am start

Where: The bike ride will start at the west entrance to Stoepel Park (Westwood and Eaton)


Tea Party 2023

May 8th, 2023

Alex Derdelakos

Huntington Beautification Grant for Rosedale Park 2023

May 1st, 2023

Alex Derdelakos

Huntington Bank continues to invest in Detroit neighborhoods in a big way - they recently awarded a $25,000 beautification grant to be divided equally among the five Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods. This is the fourth year Rosedale Park has received $5,000 from this generous Huntington grant to help us beautify our surroundings.

RPIA is pleased to put those funds to work in an island beautification program, to give a 100% matching grant to any block that invests up to a maximum of $150 to make their island beautiful.  Eligible expenses include dirt, mulch, grass seed, flowers, perennials, shrubs, landscape blocks, tools, fertilizer, weed killer, boulders, seeds, flowerpots, stakes, etc.  Grants will be given on a first-come, first-served basis, with an August 1st deadline for submitting hard-copy printed receipts.

Blocks that want some new ideas or suggestions for their landscaping can request free advice/consultation from members of the RPIA Garden Committee, who are happy to drop by and assess your options with you - call Ruth Remus (313-587-5697) or Deborah Tunstull (313-549-1339) to set up a visit.


Tina Castleberry, owner of The Garden Bug,18901 Grand River, will support blocks making purchases at her business by offering a 10% discount to each block.  This locally owned and operated garden center is only open till June 25, so don’t delay!

Let’s make Rosedale Park even more beautiful!!

For more information or questions, contact Pam Weinstein (313-231-2244 or

Report a Dead or Dangerous Tree to the City of Detroit

May 1st, 2023

Alex Derdelakos

The City of Detroit has introduced a new program for reporting dead or dangerous trees for removal or trimming.

Dead Dangerous and Diseased Tree Trimming and/or Removal

Please complete this form in its entirety to submit a request for a removal and/or trimming of a Dead, Dangerous, and/or Diseased Tree. Priority will be given to trees around schools, parks, and churches, as well as accommodating senior citizens and the disabled community as well as situations that ensure the health and safety of our community.

For assistance with this form please call: 313-224-4444

*Property Owners must sign the consent to access form.
**Note that submission of a request does not guarantee service

RPIA College Scholarship Now Accepting Applications DEADLINE EXTENDED

Mar 30th, 2023

Alex Derdelakos

Award Details

The deadline for submitting the application is May 1st, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.

The deadline for submitting the application has been extended to June 1st, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.

RPIA seeks to recognize, encourage, and support our youth residents. To this end, RPIA is offering a scholarship to two deserving high school seniors who are planning to enroll in a post-secondary institution following high school graduation. This will be a one-time award of $1,250 to be awarded to two graduating seniors who reside within the boundaries of the Rosedale Park neighborhood and who have demonstrated effort and promise during their high school career. This scholarship will be offered on an annual basis. Particular value will be placed upon past participation in RPIA activities and/or community service efforts in the Rosedale Park neighborhood.


Video from Mar 8th, 2022 General Membership Meeting

Apr 4th, 2022

Alex Derdelakos



Jan 1st, 2016

Alex Derdelakos

Welcome to Rosedale Park!

We are a community of nearly 1600 households, located on the northwest side of Detroit. Our neighborhood has received historic designation, in recognition of the fine architectural styles and diversity of our homes. Our neighborhood association, the Rosedale Park Improvement Association (RPIA), was founded in 1929, and is one of our most valuable assets. Check out our web site and learn more about our activities, our publications, and our personnel. Contact us to let us know what you think.

The benefits that we derive from living in this beautiful neighborhood depend upon a commitment to our community and a respect for the rights of our neighbors.

Read the RPIA Creed below:

TOGETHER...the families of Rosedale Park have created a good place to live in - a place that preserves the pleasures of living in a small town though it is part of a large city.

These pleasures emanate from the pride of ownership that maintaining the good appearance of their homes as well as maintaining desirable living conditions.
Through their efforts, civic improvements, social activities and other projects have been accomplished to conserve the joy and increase the pride of the community.

As a resident of Rosedale Park, this is my heritage! appreciation for the work that has been done to establish this highly desirable neighborhood and to prove us worthy of the friendship of our neighbors, I PLEDGE MY FAMILY TO...

City Living is Great....It's Best in Rosedale Park!