Year in Review Looks at the City’s Engagement and Accolades
Learn about the accomplishments of each City of Rockville department over the past year and their plans for the future, in acting City Manager Craig L. Simoneau’s Fiscal Year 2016 annual report to the Mayor and Council and the Rockville community.
Recycling and Refuse Collected a Day Later Through Sept. 9
City Hall and the following city facilities will be closed Monday, Sept. 5, in observance of Labor Day: Lincoln Park, Thomas Farm and Twinbrook community centers, the Rockville Senior Center, Croydon Creek Nature Center, Glenview Mansion and F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre.
If you have a quick errand in downtown Rockville, say picking up takeout, you can use eight new, free 15-minute parking spaces recently installed in Town Center: four on Regal Row and two on each of Maryland Avenue and Gibbs Street.
Peerless Rockville has opened nominations for its 37th Annual Peerless Awards. “Peerless is honoring the best of today and looking back to 1966 as we celebrate the 37th Annual Peerless Awards and the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act!” the organization states on its website, www.peerlessrockville.org.
Solar co-op registration ends on Sept. 30. More than 100 neighbors throughout Montgomery County have formed a co-op with the help of MD SUN to make it easier to save money on the purchase of solar panels and build a community interested in solar. Rockville homeowners can attend a free information session to learn more about solar energy and the co-op from 7-8:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 8 at the Upcounty Regional Services Center Government, 12900 Middlebrook Road, Suite 1000, in Germantown.