Rockville residents will have the option of voting by mail during Mayor and Council elections under a process approved unanimously April 9 by the Mayor and Council. Continue reading “Mayor and Council Approve Voting by Mail for City Elections”
30-Day Grace Period Before Citations Will Be Issued
The City of Rockville is one of 20 metropolitan Washington area jurisdictions that will be involved in a test of Wireless Emergency Alerts from 10-11 a.m. Thursday, April 5.
Cell phones or mobile devices located in the geo-targeted location will receive a text message that reads: Continue reading “City of Rockville Participating in Regional Test of Wireless Emergency Alerts System”
LiveWell, the city’s employee health and wellness program, celebrates its 30th year in 2018.
The program strives to improve the health and well-being of employees, reduce medical-related costs and absenteeism, and ultimately produce healthier employees who can better serve the community. Continue reading “In Its 30th Year, Wellness Program Encourages Employees to ‘LiveWell’”
The Rockville Swim and Fitness Center is a great place to swim and stay in shape year-round, but you don’t have to get wet for your workout!
Continue reading “Get Fit Without Having to Get in the Pool at the Swim and Fitness Center”
The Rockville City Academy returns this spring with a new opportunity to learn about the City of Rockville.
Continue reading “Get to Know Rockville: Enroll in the City Academy”
Arbor Day on Friday, April 27, is the perfect time to celebrate your love of trees and nature with a visit to “World of Nature,” at the Glenview Mansion Art Gallery.
Continue reading “Celebrate Nature This Month at the Glenview Gallery”
Costumes are encouraged for fun and death at the Glenview Mansion. A Taste for Murder Productions will present an interactive murder-mystery comedy, “Murder at the Mansion: A Room with a Clue.”
Continue reading “Amateur Detectives Needed to Solve Murder at the Mansion”
The Sixth Annual A-RTS at Rockville Town Square Affordable Arts Festival returns May 5-6 with art, food and live music.
Continue reading “Rockville Town Square Welcomes the Return of the A-RTS Festival in May”
“Radium Girls” continues a season of Rockville Little Theatre performances celebrating the resident company’s 70th anniversary. Inspired by a true story, the provocative, fast-moving drama follows Grace Fryer, a watch dial painter, as she fights for justice against her former employer. Directed by Tristan Poje.
Continue reading “At the F. Scott Theater, Tunes from Disney and Tales of Clock Dial Painters”