Stay home and stay well with free online seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in May and June. Register with the course number online, or call 240-314-8800 or email@example.com for more information. Sessions are free, and will be held from 1-2 p.m., except where noted. Herbs at a Glance Dr.
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With the arrival of summer and a growing customer base, Rockville will adjust recycling and trash collection routes in May. Collection days won’t change, but the time the trucks collect on your street may fluctuate. Be sure not to miss the truck by placing carts curbside the night before or
If you are interested in rooftop solar, or are looking to install an electric vehicle charger, then this is the opportunity for you. Registration is now open for the Capital Area Solar Co-op. Rockville is joining Arlington, Frederick and Montgomery counties, and Bowie, Falls Church, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Poolesville, Takoma Park
The Mayor and Council will hold virtual meetings in May and June to discuss the City of Rockville’s proposed comprehensive plan update. Rockville’s comprehensive plan sets a vision and goals for the future of the city, with practical policies and actions to achieve those goals. The comprehensive plan draft is
After 17 years in the ground, Brood X cicadas will once again emerge in their billions this spring. Although indisputably creepy, with bulging red eyes and distinctive drone, the insects are harmless to humans and pets. And the infestation won’t last long — about six to eight weeks, during which
The Mayor and Council honored community members and two local restaurants on April 26 with Environmental Excellence Awards recognizing contributions to Rockville’s environmental health and sustainability. Eric Walsh was honored for Outstanding Individual Environmental Stewardship for his years of picking up litter while walking (plogging). Walking up to two hours
State aid for renovations to Lincoln Park Community Center as well as education, and measures to combat climate change, were among the wins for Rockville during the Maryland General Assembly session that concluded April 12. Lawmakers approved a $250,000 bond bill to renovate Lincoln Park Community Center, reconfiguring its former
The Mayor and Council are scheduled to vote Monday, May 10 on adoption of a city budget that addresses financial pressures on the Rockville community due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The community can offer ideas and feedback about the proposed budget through 5 p.m. Monday, May 3 after the Mayor
Water and sewer rates will remain the same through calendar year 2021 and the Mayor and Council will continue to evaluate the rate structure after hearing from property owners during the city’s Fiscal Year 2022 budget deliberations. Last year, the city hired Stantec, a nationally renowned firm in the utility
The Mayor and Council will hold a virtual public hearing, during their Monday, May 10 meeting, on potential changes to regulations that govern residential accessory buildings in single-family neighborhoods. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. To testify, call 240-314-8280 by 10 a.m. the day of the hearing or by submitting
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Body Determines Compensation for Mayor and Council Members The Mayor and Council are seeking applicants to serve on the Compensation Commission, which determines annual compensation for the five elected officials of the city. The five-member commission consists of five members,
With the first section of roadway resurfacing on Baltimore Road complete, construction of a shared-use path near Rockville High School is next up as work continues along the corridor between Rockville Town Center and the city’s east side. Earlier this
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