Revitalizing Rosemont: Evergreen Park Apartments Holds Grand Opening

Evergreen Park Apartments re-opened last week after significant revitalization.

Tammy Masciovecchio, Community Director of Evergreen Park Apartments (9130 Keifer Blvd., formerly the Tallyho Village Apartments), participated with Sacramento County Supervisor Don Nottoli and Terry Dugan, Vice President of the Rosemont Community Association Board of Directors, in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 8, 2011 which celebrated the grand opening of the apartments.

The Rosemont Community Foundation (RCF) and was contacted by Ms. Masciovecchio and invited to participate in this exciting event which fits right into the project that began earlier this year. 

A widespread communication effort, informing the Rosemont community about the Revitalizing Rosemont project, was made possible by a . The project intends to develop and deliver various services that will enhance the economic, safety and living conditions in order to preserve the community as a family and business friendly neighborhood and build a reputation that will make it a magnet.

When the Revitalizing Rosemont project was kicked off, RCF invited businesses and individuals who share this vision of a better Rosemont to join in support.  Evergreen Park Apartments (previously ) is a prime example of doing just that, and is proud to inform the Rosemont community of its own revitalizing efforts for the benefit of  its residents and community alike.

Among numerous other improvements, residents will enjoy all new designer features such as granite countertops, real wood cabinets, brand new all black kitchen appliances, in-home washer/dryer, raised panel doors and ceiling fans, etc. Evergreen also provides courtesy security patrols to ensure a safer community. 

Thank you Evergreen Park Apartments for being a community partner, interested and proactive in working to ensure that Rosemont remains a desirable community in which to live.

To learn more, visit Evergreen Park Apartments at:


Ask Evergreen about their referral program.  They pay $200 for non-resident referrals.  If you refer someone, be sure that your name is provided to the staff and you could receive a check for $200 after the new resident has lived there for one month. 

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Alex Gronke October 18, 2011 at 07:47 PM
Good news about Revitalizing Rosemont and a very good tip about the referral program. I'll keep my eyes peeled for new Rosemonters.
Tina Wong October 18, 2011 at 08:05 PM
Thank you Evergreen for improving the community! Is RCA involved with other apartment complexes? I think too many complexes were allowed too develop in Rosemont and may be a factor in the crime rate. I don't have statistics, does anybody know if this is a valid assumption?


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