© 2013 - Roslindale Village Main Street
What does 30 years of revitalization look like? It looks like a neighborhood that’s a destination for dining, both casual and gourmet. It looks like beautiful public spaces for people to gather, from Adams Park to the Cohasset Street Parklet. It looks like a place to raise a family and start a business. It looks like the Roslindale we built together.
With resident contributions like yours, RVMS can continue the work of making Roslindale Village a unique and vibrant neighborhood business district where visitors, friends, and neighbors gather.
In honor of Preservation Month, RVMS, Historic Boston Inc., and Peregrine Group will lead a tour of the Roslindale Substation on Wed. May 20th, from 3 to 4 pm. Join us to take a walk through history.
Built in 1911 for the Boston Elevated Railway Company, the Substation was an electrical power conversion and transmission station. It converted alternating current transmitted from a South Boston Power Station via underground cables into direct current for use by local trolley cars.
RVMS offers Rozzie Bucks in $5, $10, and $50 notes! Rozzie Bucks are available for purchase at the RVMS office.
Think of it like buying a gift certificate to a mall -- except these Rozzie Bucks are the gift of shopping local in our Village.
Roslindale Village Main Street offers a range of volunteer opportunities, from helping at specific events to planning the future of Roslindale.
For information on volunteering, read more here.