The Rosedale Conservancy was formed in the fall of 2002 as the land conservancy in charge of managing the three acres of historically landmarked, eighteenth century terraced lawns. This green space, long recognized as Cleveland Park’s “village green” is protected from development in perpetuity by the diligent care of the board and neighborhood.
Rosedale is open to anyone from sunrise to sunset to enjoy this rare urban green space. Rosedale welcomes the community for family gatherings, community picnics, the annual Easter Egg Hunt, outdoor concerts, the fall pumpkin patch, and others. All free, and open to the public. Dog are not permitted on the property unless they are registered with the Conservancy and wearing their Rosedale tag.
Rosedale requires your generous annual assistance. As a community-funded public 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 2021 – 2023
Designated Property Members
Jill Hall, President
George Marcou, Grounds
Katie Wiegmann, Events
Richard Peyster, Dog Committee
Danna McCormick, Treasurer
Nancy MacWood, ANC
Rick Nash, CPHS
Julie Martin, CPCA
The Rosedale Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and all contributions are deductible to the extent allowed by law.