About the Park

Rose Park: Past, Present & Future

Heritage Rose Walk Fund Raiser

The Rose Park Historic District has worked tirelessly over the past years to restore Rose Park to its original beauty. The main feature of the park, the Craftsman Gazebo, was installed in 2009. A tile mosaic in the center of the gazebo features the Rose Park Stickley Rose Emblem and a Heritage Rose Garden surrounds the gazebo.

As city funds have dried up to complete the project at this point, so the Rose Park Neighborhood Association has turned to a fund raiser to finish the Park. All community members can be part of this restoration effort by purchasing a commemorative brick on the parks walk ways to raise funds.

These commemorative bricks are placed in the walkways that lead from the street to the gazebo and heritage rose garden.

Please show your support by purchasing a brick ($75) to acknowledge a special event or loved one. Each 4×8 inch clay brick will be etched with enduring black ink and will carry your name or message. NOTE: This occurs no more than once a year – please email info@rpna.org for purchase details.

The proceeds from this fund raiser will be used to finish off the landscaping in the park, additional benches, trash receptacles and a doggie bag dispenser.  This is a Rose Park Neighborhood Association Fund Raiser.  No city funds are being used for this project.

A portion of your contribution may be tax deductible. Please contact your tax advisor.

The Rose Park Historic District gains its name from the small circular park on Orizaba Avenue at the intersection of 8th St. The park was donated to the city in 1910 by the Alamitos Land Company.

Rose Park’s Gazebo

Download the brochure and mail in to purchase your commemorative brick or contact RPNA for more information.

Heritage Rose Walk Brochure

Buy a brick and commemorate your own part of Rose Park history!

Things to do when in the Rose Park Neighborhood

Rose Park on Wikipedia