About The Rosedale Conservancy
The Rosedale Conservancy was formed in the fall of 2002 as the organization in charge of managing the three acres of eighteenth century terraced lawns. This green space, long recognized as Cleveland Park’s “village green” is now protected from development of any kind by a Conservation Easement.
Rosedale requires your generous annual assistance. As a privately-funded community park, it is supported solely by the contributions of friends and Cleveland Park neighbors.
The Conservancy is run by a 13-member, volunteer Board, including representatives from the ANC, the Cleveland Park Historical Society and the Cleveland Park Citizens Association.
Board Members for 2017 – 2019
Jill Hall, President
Bruce Johnson, Dog Committee
Danna McCormick, Treasurer
Nancy MacWood, ANC
Rick Nash, CPHS
Ruth Pollak, CPCA
The Rosedale Conservancy is a DC not-for-profit corporation and has been qualified by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.