Take a Look!
History On Display
Bringing History Back Home
J&J Contractors, LLC recently completed a renovation of the original Greendale Police & Fire Station. Now there is a little extra added history.
An original Greendale lamppost is now standing proud in front of the building. This lamppost is on loan from the Greendale Historical Society and it is very exciting to have it back on display. It's a beauty!
Greendale Historical Society thanks Jason Cyborowski and J&J Contractors for proudly sharing this piece of history with us!
Thanks also to Jerry Meyers for donating it to the Historical Society and Sally Chadwick for telling us about his willingness to give it to the Society.
Let's Build Together
We Need Your Support!
The Apple Court Renovation Project
Become an Honorary Apple Court House Owner: Just as Packer fans showed fantastic loyalty to the Green and Gold, you too can be a big part of our Apple Court restoration.
Come Volunteer at the Apple Court Home
We have lots to do and you can be part of it! Volunteer work will include interior clean-up, painting, and window work.
The mission of the Apple Court House Project is to plan, secure funds for, and oversee the
adaptive renovation of the Original Greendale home at 5597 Apple Court. The home will be a showcase
for the vision and planning of Greendale’s founders, the heritage of a Greenbelt community, and recognition of Greendale’s National Historic Landmark designation. Once renovated the home will be open for display, tours, and special use.
Please consider making a donation or volunteering to donate time to help the Greendale Historical Society reach our goal of restoring this Original Original back to its original 1930s splendor.