Situated in the northwest quadrant of Salt Lake City, Rose Park is among the most ethnically diverse areas in the city. The neighborhood was originally marketed as an alternative to the small, expensive lots near downtown Salt Lake City and continues to appeal to many young families looking for a short commute to downtown. Since its beginning Rose Park has been celebrated for its walk ability, with easy access to two public golf courses, a public library, a large community garden, and numerous parks and churches. In recent years, the tree-lined neighborhood has seen a vast number of improvements, including updated sidewalks, lights posts, and streets.
Homes in Rose Park were built during the 1940s and 1950s, and since construction, have maintained their look and feel of community.