Vin Scully is a Los Angeles icon, a man whose legacy will live on long after his 67th and final season calling Dodgers games ends later this year.

On Monday, the Dodgers held a ceremony to officially change the name of the street leading up to Dodgers Stadium from "Elysian Park Avenue" to "Vin Scully Avenue." The move had been approved by the Los Angeles City Council in January, with a savvy Twitter user first noticing the unofficial change late last week.

Thankfully the move is now official, with several local dignitaries in attendance for Monday's ceremony, including the man of the hour: Vin Scully.

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All avenues lead to Vin Scully -- a recap of today's dedication ceremony https://t.co/0kN4Wo6tPw pic.twitter.com/b3gYXVHhyP

— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) April 11, 2016

Scully spoke to the crowd, and when he was asked what he'll miss most about calling Dodgers games, well, Scully gave the most Vin Scully answer possible.

"The roar of the crowd," was his response.

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— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 11, 2016

Thankfully Scully has a few more months to enjoy that roar, and fans still have a few more months to enjoy Scully as well.

"The roar of the crowd" what Vin says he'll miss most about @Dodgers baseball pic.twitter.com/esLLXcCkj5

— Mayor of Los Angeles (@MayorOfLA) April 11, 2016

The Dodgers' home-opener is set for Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.