WELCOME TO HISTORIC ROCHELLE HEIGHTS
“You can’t help but feel as though you have stepped back in time when you stroll the treelined streets of the Rochelle Park and Rochelle Heights neighborhoods. Many rambling homes with Victorian detail, an abundance of public open space, and wide boulevards with expansive front lawns render a quiet atmosphere reminiscent of a bygone era. That’s just what was planned for this community when it was conceived over 100 years ago.”
These words echo the beautiful reasons why we love calling Rochelle Heights home. From family friendly events, to an evening out for the adults, to the maintenance of the one-of-a-kind clay tennis courts, we are here to help make this already beautiful place we call home, stay and become an even more welcoming enjoyable place to live, laugh and love. We are not just a neighborhood. We are a community!
Creative and Culinary Arts
Please submit your favorite recipes and art projects, via email, to be featured in this area. This area changes often, so stay tuned!
Did you miss our fabulous Rochelle Heights Black History Talks with Historian Barbara Davis?
Don't fret! Watch the videos below!
December 2022 Recipe
Submitted by our favorite RHA Cheerleader, Jilliann Elliott.
Jilliann says these crinkle cookies from Quick-Shop-&-Prep 5 Ingredient Baking makes her want to make them every time she thinks of them. We don't know if this is good for our waistlines but they sure sound perfect to team up with some hot cocoa and snuggle in with on a cold winter day.
Note: The original recipe calls for a baking time of 18-22. This shorter time results in a soft, chewy cookie. If you prefer a crunchier cookie, bake longer.
Donate to the Oval Island Beautification Project
Make a Donation TODAY! Help us restore the Rochelle Heights Oval Island to it’s once beautiful grandeur while also updating the space to make it a useful neighborhood gathering space. Our goal to complete phase 1 and 2 is 40,000.