Incorporated in 1922, Roselle was named for Rosell Hough, an early settler and influential businessman who was instrumental in bringing the first rail service through the town that bears his name. Roselle is host to many long-running, family centered traditions, including:
With a wide variety of housing choices, schools and family-friendly activities, many Roselle families have chosen to grow and move within the community.
There is something for everyone in Roselle's historic downtown - community events, beautiful public spaces, and plenty of opportunities to shop locally.
Whether pre-k or high school, public or private, Roselle is known for its outstanding schools and highly educated work force.
From industrial, commercial, and manufacturing firms to entrepreneurial start-ups and headquarters for international firms, Roselle is in good company.