Rosewood Elementary School is hosting a 5K run around Owens Field Park and through Rosewood on April 13. Let’s make sure the neighborhood is sparkling clean!
Please join us the weekend before the race, to clean up the roads around the park. We’ll meet at the skate park at Owens Field Park at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, April 6. Bring gloves if you have them.
You can RSVP on Facebook. Please share this information with anyone you know who may be interested. Thanks and see you Saturday!
Dust off those running shoes, neighbors! Rosewood Elementary is sponsoring its third annual 5K run on Saturday, April 13, to benefit the school’s PTO. In addition to the 5K, the Rosewood Eagles will host a one mile fun run for kids (and us big kids who can’t run the full 5K) and a new mascot challenge. All events begin in the Memorial Stadium parking lot on Holly Street.
Soccer traffic may be diverted that morning. See the map here.
More info can be found at this link, and you can register online at Strictly Running. Hope to see you on the 13th helping out our neighborhood students!
At the request of a neighbor, the Rosewood Community Council filed public comments on February 14 regarding the proposed sidewalks on South Walker Street as part of a Safe Routes to Schools grant. Read those comments here.
As part of a Safe Routes to School grant, the Department of Transportation (DOT) has presented plans to install a sidewalk on one side of South Walker St. between Heyward St. and Harvard Ave. Click here to review a map of the preliminary plan.
A committee of volunteers and parents from Rosewood Elementary School had requested traffic calming devices on Rosewood Drive, including a stop light at S. Walker Street. The DOT District Office determined a traffic light at that intersection was not feasible. The current plan prioritizes a sidewalk on South Walker.
Nine trees along South Walker will have to be removed to make way for the sidewalk construction. Trees to be removed are marked in yellow.
John-Mark Glaz, a S. Walker resident, has shared these comments voicing his concerns with the proposed project. He plans to submit the comments with a few dozen neighbors’ signatures.
The DOT held a public meeting on Thursday, January 31st, where they shared the plans for the infrastructure changes. The Department is asking for public comments to be submitted by February 14, 2012. If you live on or near S. Walker, what do you think about the proposed plan?
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is holding a public meeting on Thursday, January 31st from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Rosewood Elementary auditorium to share plans for infrastructure changes around the school as part of a Safe Routes to School grant. The current plan will add a sidewalk on one side of S. Walker St. between Heyward St. and Harvard Ave.
The infrastructure plans will be available at the meeting for the public to peruse and representatives from DOT will attend the meeting to answer questions and take written comments.
A committee of volunteers and parents from the school had requested traffic calming devices on Rosewood Drive, and those ideas may be revisited. The current proposed plan prioritizes a sidewalk on S. Walker St. We have been told the sidewalk path has been designed to save many large trees. Some trees will have to be removed.
RCC is attempting to get a copy of the plans to post here. Check back for updates.
Dust off those running shoes, neighbors! Rosewood Elementary is sponsoring its second annual 5K run on Saturday, March 24 to benefit the school’s Parent Teacher Organization. There’s also a one mile fun run for kids (and us big kids who can’t run the full 5K). Here is the sign up form with more info, or you can register online at Strictly Running. Hope to see you on the 24th helping out our neighborhood students!
Rosewood Elementary School was awarded a grant from the S.C. Department of Transportation in 2007 to address traffic calming issues near the school. Proposed improvements include sidewalks near the school, a traffic light at the intersection of Walker St. and Rosewood Drive, and increasing the length of the school zone speed limit along Rosewood Drive. Surveyors tagged trees on Prentice Street, South Elm, and South Walker recently as part of this study, but we have received no word on what projects will be undertaken.
Read more at the Safe Routes website.