Get to Know Your Neighborhoods

Explore City Maps
Neighborhoods Associations map
Find the interactive Neighborhoods Associations map at http://maps.rockvillemd.gov.

The city offers a full gallery of online, interactive geographic information system
maps that can tell you whether you live within the city limits, when your recycling,
refuse and leaves will be collected, where to find parks near your home and much
more. Find the maps at http://maps.rockvillemd.gov.

Be In-the-Know About New Development

Notice a new building going up? Stay informed about what’s being built around
town. The Department of Community Planning and Development Services provides regular updates on major development applications, including links to application
materials and project locations. Find the applications and a map of development
projects, and sign up to be notified when the map is updated, at www.rockvillemd.gov/developmentwatch.

Attend a Community Meeting

Learn which civic association is closest to your home by calling the
Community Engagement Division at 240-314-8340 or referring to the map included with this insert.

Learn About Community Policing

The Rockville City Police Department is committed to building trust between neighbors and law enforcement through community policing. Learn more about community policing and other RCPD programs at www.rockvillemd.gov/communitypolicing. RCPD celebrates National Night Out each August. Learn how your neighborhood can participate at www.rockvillemd.gov/nno. For more information about National Night Out or neighborhood watch programs, email Cpl. Ken Matney at kmatney@rockvillemd.gov.

Explore Rockville by Bicycle

Bicycling offers a fun, healthy and efficient way to explore Rockville’s neighborhoods. The city is creating a safe, well-connected network for bicycling and has more than 34 miles of shared-use paths, 4 miles of bike lanes and 3 miles of roads with sharrows. The city’s efforts to encourage bicycling earned it a Bicycle Friendly Community bronze-level designation from the League of American Bicyclists. Learn more at www.rockvillemd.gov/bicycling.