The Historic District Seminar Series is the latest in Rose Park’s preservation efforts. The series aims to highlight important issues that are not generally known or understood by those who own property in historic districts. More importantly, it hopes to target those who work in the historic districts, such as realtors, tradesman and owners of rental properties. Combined, this series serves to support the quality of life for those who live in historic districts.
The Restoration Trade Fair is an annual fundraiser of The Rose Park Neighborhood Association (RNPA).
The historic Rose Park neighborhood is located in the City of Long Beach, California and just blocks from the beautiful Pacific Ocean between Cherry Avenue and Redondo Avenue to the west and east, and Fourth Street and Tenth Street to the south and north. The icon of our neighborhood is a small historic park located on Orizaba Avenue at Eighth Street.
The Rose Park Neighborhood Association is a recognized a nonprofit volunteer organization organized to represent the residents of this area and to protect and promote its interests. Our Association is responsible for one of the largest geographical association areas in the city, with more than 22,000 residents and two designated historic districts.