Our Rossmoor - Celebrating 65 Exceptional Years

What’s “Celebrating 65” Mean?

Rossmoor celebrates 65 Exceptional Years and looks forward to then next...
Rossmoor celebrates 65 Exceptional Years and looks forward to the next…

Rossmoor is Celebrating the 65 years since the first wave of residents moved in and called Rossmoor home.

Our tree-lined streets are a testimony to the established nature of Rossmoor while the consistent remodeling and revisioning of homes in the neighborhood keep an evolving and up-to-date feel. Our unincorporated status, while confusing at times, continues to serve most of the residents well and makes Rossmoor a unique place in western Orange County.

Summertime is our favorite time of year in Rossmoor. In addition to our great parks, we are perfectly situated, a short drive away from everything people flock to see in Southern CA.  Whether it’s our world-class beaches or the entertainment places like Disneyland or the Hollywood Bowl – Rossmoor has easy access to everything. Oh, and don’t forget about our TWO Major League Ballparks – homes of the Dodgers and Angels! Thanks for your vision, Ross!

Looking back over the years, Rossmoor has grown from the vision of Ross Cortese into the thriving and vibrant community we enjoy today. We have great parks, fantastic schools, nearby shopping, and wonderful neighbors. Our community can celebrate all that Rossmoor is today and all the opportunities we have ahead of us.

Our summer Festivals and performances are a great way to celebrate Rossmoor’s first 65 years and look forward to wonderful decades ahead. Here’s a toast to Rossmoor and celebrating 65 exceptional years.

While summer in SoCal is nice, summer in Rossmoor is great. Look for us in the upcoming months: here are the highlights:

  • The RHA sponsors and hosts the annual Rossmoor Graduation Celebration Parade. This is not just a celebration of graduating students from our high schools, but most of the graduates who join us, have spent their entire academic years here – in Rossmoor and in the schools that “catch” our elementary graduates – either Oak and McCauliffe Middle Schools, and/or  Los Alamitos High School. All are award-winning schools, as well.
  • Then we have a series of picnic in the park activities – Rossmoor Family Festivals (June 11, July 9, and August 13), where our RCSD staffers bring in live bands, local vendors and service providers, and a host of food truck offerings, giving us time to get together and enjoy our urban forested parks – in the outdoors.
  • Shakespeare In The Park performed by the Shakespeare By The Sea Company is back after a two-year hiatus and we are so looking forward to seeing them perform Romeo and Juliet and Much Ado About Nothing in Rush Park on July 16 and 17. This is another great opportunity to picnic in the park. Bring your beach chair, blankets, and picnic basket for a wonderfully entertaining night of fun and culture.

Drop us a line and give us your thoughts, or visit us at the RHA booth during the Rossmoor Family Festival Events (June 11, July 9, and August 13 at Rush Park)

Oh, and thank you to all our community sponsors and partners – we couldn’t do half of what we do without our extended family. Please keep an eye out for them and get to know them better – you will love them as much as we do.






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