Grandmont Rosedale offers activities for all ages and interests. In addition to its highly organized neighborhood associations and block clubs, a variety of other non-profit organizations make Grandmont Rosedale one of Detroit’s most active communities.

The Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation (GRDC) is a non-profit, community based organization dedicated to preserving and revitalizing the Grandmont Rosedale communities of northwest Detroit. GRDC serves as a coalition of the five Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods and organizes a wide range of community improvement programs designed to help the community prosper as a place to live, work and play.

GRDC’s comprehensive approach to neighborhood stabilization uses strategies such as purchasing and renovating vacant homes, providing home repair grants and loans to low-income homeowners, organizing residents to combat blight, and marketing and promoting the neighborhood to new homebuyers.

Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation
19800 Grand River
Detroit, MI 48223
313-387-4732
info@grandmontrosedale.com

The Grand River WorkPlace is a co-working space located at 19120 Grand River. WorkPlace members share wifi, copying and phone service costs. Members can lease a small office and have access to two conference rooms and the large co-working space for events. For more information about the WorkPlace, contact the Grand River WorkPlace Manager Larissa Carr at lcarr@grandmontrosedale.com. To read more about the WorkPlace and to find an application to become a member, click on the Grand River WorkPlace Products and Services.

The Grandmont Rosedale Community Garden was founded in 2009 by a group of dedicated neighborhood residents. Once a vacant lot, the property now boasts an 18-raised bed vegetable and herb garden. The garden is located on the corner of Archdale & Grand River, behind White Castle and Bushnell Congregational Church, and is regularly maintained and harvested by 15-25 neighborhood residents. Produce from the community garden is divided up among the gardeners. Everyone is eligible to participate, from complete novices to master gardeners.

To get involved, contact resident volunteer Pam Weinstein at weinstein148@ameritech.net.

Urban Roots Community Garden Training Program 2015 application

West side Detroit residents can sign up for curbside recycling by calling ADVANCED Disposal at 1.844.233.8764 or email DetroitMIResidential@AdvancedDisposal.com.
Materials accepted include newspapers, office paper, clear and brown glass jars, tin cans, aluminum, brass or copper, #1 – #7 plastics, cardboard (corrugated and brown or gray interiors) .  For more information, call 313.938.1133.

Open to boys and girls ages 4-16, the league is an official Little League affiliate, and is an all-volunteer effort. The season runs from mid-April through late June; Opening Day is usually the last Saturday in April. Games are played at local fields. Registration usually is held on the first two Saturdays in February.

All parents or guardians of players are expected to volunteer to help in some way—such as managing or coaching a team, preparing fields, raising funds, distributing uniforms, or selling concessions.

The four divisions in Rosedale-Grandmont Little League are listed below:

T-Ball, for 4-6 year old girls and boys
Coach-pitch, for 6-8 year old boys and girls
Baseball for 8-16 year old boys and girls
Softball for 9 – 16 year old girls

For more information, call Mary or Ken Schneider at 313-837-3058. You can also visit www.rosedalegrandmontlittleleague.org.

FLYER RGLL 2017

PARENT AND ATHLETE CONCUSSION FORM RGLL

COACH EVALUATION 2016

Rosedale Soccer League is an instructional/recreational soccer league supported by the area neighborhood associations. Open to boys and girls aged 4-17 years old, Rosedale Soccer’s season usually runs from the first week of August through the end of September. All teams are co-ed and all games are played at North Rosedale Park.

Registration forms and information can be found at www.rosedalesoccerleague.org

Rosedale Soccer is a volunteer-run organization and all parents and guardians of players are expected to pitch in and help in some way. Volunteer roles range from coach to field prep to snack coordinator.

Each player must have a league uniform. We use the same uniforms each season, so it is not mandatory to purchase a new uniform each season. A complete uniform consists of a jersey, shorts and socks. Players must also have soccer cleats, a ball and shin guards. These items are not supplied by the league and must be purchased prior to the first game.

Age groups are as follows:

Age Groups Ball Size Game Day
4/5 year olds 3 Monday evening
6/7 year olds 4 Saturday morning
8/9 year olds 4 Saturday morning
10/12 year olds 5 Saturday afternoon
13/17 year olds 5 Saturday afternoon

 

If you need more information or need assistance please contact Debbie Lowery at 313-712-9934 or dlowery9934@yahoo.com

The Grandmont Rosedale Community Tennis Acadmy represents the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhoods in the US Tennis Association. The academy is open to children and adults of all skill levels.

For more information, contact Razi Jafri at 313.306.8589 or razijafri@gmail.com.

Tennis Academy Registration form

The Park Players is Detroit’s oldest community theatre group and have been presenting theatrical productions without interruption since the early 1950s. All Park Players performances are at the North Rosedale Park Community House and Theater, 18445 Scarsdale in North Rosedale Park.

The Park Players include actors, stagehands, set designers, set constructors, costumers, makeup artists, musicians, and theatre lovers. New members are always welcome, young or old. Neighborhood residency is not required, and members come from all over the Metro Detroit.

The group produces dramas, comedies and musicals. Recent productions include Palmer Park, The Laramie Project, Dead Man Walking, The Wiz, To Kill A Mockingbird, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, Moon Over Buffalo, Smoky Joe’s Café, Ragtime and One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

For tickets and information call (313) 835-1103 or visit www.parkplayers.wordpress.com.

Grandmont Rosedale also has a variety of task forces in place to help keep the Grandmont Rosedale community a great place to live, work and play.

The goal of this task force is to help keep the Grandmont Rosedale community looking beautiful through landscaping, flower-planting, art installation, and maintenance of public spaces. Be on the lookout for the upcoming launch of the group’s new anti-littering campaign: Love Where You Live! For more information, contact GRDC’s Volunteer Coordinator, Christopher Rodriguez, at 313.387.4732, ext. 116 or crodriguez@grandmontrosedale.com

Volunteers from this task force make sure that community members stay informed about neighborhood happenings and get involved themselves! In addition to developing this website, the group is planning a 2nd annual community-wide meeting. For more information, contact GRDC’s Volunteer Coordinator, Christopher Rodriguez, at 313.387.4732, ext. 116 or crodriguez@grandmontrosedale.com

This group of neighborhood crime fighters organizes the monthly Community Safety Meetings to bring together neighborhood residents and law enforcement officials, helping area residents to keep informed about crime prevention methods and practices. For more information, contact GRDC’s Community Security Program Manager, Chelsea Neblett, at 313.387.4732, ext. 103 or cneblett@grandmontrosedale.com.

Join the “On the Lookout” Campaign by visiting: www.mygrandmontrosedale.org/onthelookout.

GRDC Safety Survey Results 2014

Suspicious Vehicles Roster and Guide 2013
Crime Tip 3/3 Car:  Jacking Prevention
Crime Tip 3/11: Join Radio Patrol
Crime Tip 3/19: Warm Weather Safety
Crime Tip 3/26: Non-lethal Personal Security
Crime Tip 4/2: 911 Call Center Tour
Crime Tip 4/23: Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Awareness Workshop
Crime Tip 5/7: Car Jacking Prevention Tips
Crime Tip 5/14: 911 Call Center Buffet
Crime Tip 5/21: Keep Your House Safe While Traveling
Crime Tip 5/28: Get to Know Your Neighbor
Crime Tip 6/4: Join Your Local Radio Patrol Group
Crime Tip 6/11: Keeping Your Children Safe
Crime Tip 6/18: Leave the Light On!
Crime Tip 6/25: How to Report Suspicious Persons
Crime Tip 7/2: Know Your Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO)
Crime Tip 7/9: Attend the Radio Patrol Workshop
Crime Tip 7/16: Attend the Radio Patrol Workshop
Crime Tip 7/30: Keep Your Home Safe While Traveling
Crime Tip 8/5: Free Auto VIN Etching Available at Farmers’ Market
Crime Tip 8/13: Free Auto VIN Etching Available at Farmers’ Market
Crime Tip 8/27: Back to School Safety
Crime Tip 9/3: Protect Your Car from Theft
Crime Tip 9/10: Campus Safety
Crime Tip 9/17: Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Crime Tip 9/24: Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Crime Tip 10/1: Domestic Violence Awareness
Crime Tip 10/15: How to Report Suspicious Persons, Vehicles, Situations
Crime Tip 10/22: GRDC Community Programs to Support Angel Night Volunteers
Crime Tip 11/4: Checking Detroit’s Property Status to Prevent Fraud and Squatters
Crime Tip 11/12: How to Check Status of Property on Your Block
Crime Tip 11/19: Welcome New Captain at 8th Precinct
Crime Tip 11/26: How to Reduce Car Theft Related Issues
Crime Tip 12/3: Beware of Thieves – Old Thieves with a New Twist
Crime Tip 12/17: Holiday Crime Prevention Safety Factsheet

This hard-working group of volunteers was created to respond to the rise of foreclosures and vacancies in the community. Current priorities include tracking ownership of vacant properties, advocating for demolition of dangerous buildings, ensuring maintenance of abandoned structures, and sharing information and resources about foreclosure prevention. For more information, contact Community Security Program Manager, Chelsea Neblett, at 313.387.4732, ext. 103 or cneblett@grandmontrosedale.com

Vacant Property Task Force Flyer

Rose Sale Flyer

The primary goal of this task force is to ensure that neighborhood youth have access to healthy and constructive activities. Developing a sense of civic responsibility and leadership skills among area youth is also an objective. For more information, contact GRDC’s Sustainable Communities Program Manager, Becki Kenderes, at 313.387.4732, ext. 101 or bkenderes@grandmontrosedale.com.