Welcome to Grandmont, one of “Detroit’s Premier, Diverse Communities." Grandmont is a close-knit community of 1100 residences, we pride ourselves as being “Detroit’s Home of Good Neighbors." The tranquil atmosphere of our family oriented community is deeply rooted in our serene, tree lined streets and the classic architecture of our houses. The neighborhood is home to Edison Elementary School and Ramsay Park.
This lovely community is served by the Grandmont Community Association (GCA). GCA publishes a monthly newsletter known as The Grandmonitor.
Grandmont’s annual events include a neighborhood-wide banquet, a home and garden tour, and the Grandmont Arts & Crafts Fair.
GCA Board Members
- President: Larissa Richardson (2021-2023)
- Vice President: Joyce Tatum (2021-2023)
- Secretary: Samantha Bonaparte (2021-2023)
- Treasurer: Robert Patterson (2022-2024)
- Cora Duncan-Foster (2022-2024)
- Yolanda Burnett (2022-2024)
- Edward Smith (2022-2024)
- Jenise Collins (2023)
- Krystal Thurmond (2021-2023)
- Harrison Duke (2023)
- Diane Patterson (2022-2024)
Grandmont's Annual Business Meeting & Reading in Ramsay Park
Saturday, July 9, 2022 @ 12 Noon
Ramsay Park (Longacre and Ray Monnier)
We’ll be outdoors so dress comfortably & wear your mask.
Dues $30 for the year, Southfield and Longacre Apts. dues $10.
- FREE Book Giveaway
- Youth Expo
- Raffle/Yard Size Jenga/Music
- "Monty" the Grandmont Clown
- School Supplies & Backpack Collection
Member: Keep Growing Detroit / Garden Resource Program
Who and What are We?
The Grandmont Rosedale Community Garden was established in 2009 by residents and nearby friends of the Grandmont and Rosedale neighborhoods in northwest Detroit. Start up costs for raised beds, fencing, tool etc. were provided by grant funds that were received by the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation. Additional grants and donations for infrastructure improvements were received as well. Over the years, a variety of volunteers (Detroit Project Day and others) have assisted with projects including replacing/adding raised beds and fencing.
Anyone who is interested and able to contribute to the work of maintaining the garden is invited to “join” us; There is no formal membership and no gardening experience is necessary.
This is a collaborative, community effort. Everyone shares in the work and everyone benefits from the harvest.
Did you know that Grandmont Community Association (GCA) has been awarding scholarships to our high school graduates since 1997?