Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton and city staff welcomed Mithran Karthic (pictured here with Mayor Newton), winner of the “If I Were Mayor…” essay contest, to Rockville City Hall on June 6. Mithran, a fourth-grader at College Gardens Elementary School, earned the right to serve as Rockville’s Mayor for a Day,
The Mayor and Council honored community members, the city’s nature center and a former city employee on May 23 with Environmental Excellence Awards recognizing contributions to Rockville’s environmental health and sustainability.
The City of Rockville is seeking applicants for immediate appointment to its Board of Supervisors of Elections. The board conducts city elections, registers voters and keeps records in connection with these functions. There are currently three vacancies. Each of the five members of the board is appointed by the Mayor
The city’s Department of Public Works held a dedication ceremony on June 16 for their fleet’s newest machine: a paver dedicated to the life and legacy of Wayne Butler Jr., a public works streets crew supervisor who died in February. Wayne’s father, Wayne Butler Sr., is a long-time team member
A drop box is installed at Rockville City Hall to accept ballots until 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 19 for Maryland’s upcoming gubernatorial primary election. To vote by mail, you must request a mail-in ballot from the state Board of Elections at voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/OnlineMailinRequest or from the Montgomery County Board of Elections
Rockville, Maryland, June 17 — Rockville has been named a “Banner City” by the Maryland Municipal League, which recognizes the municipalities’ elected and appointed officials as the league’s most engaged members. According to MML, the Banner City/Town program fosters an environment where officials feel that their activities make a difference.
Deputy City Manager Angela Judge is departing the City of Rockville as of today, Wednesday, June 15. She will be joining her husband, Warren, who will be assuming command of United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May in Cape May, New Jersey. “I want to express my sincerest appreciation,
The Rockville City Police Department invites the community to join a conversation about public safety in Rockville. The town hall meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 23 at F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre at Rockville Civic Center Park, 603 Edmonston Drive. Chief Victor V. Brito and other members
Due to issues with the solid waste incinerator at the Montgomery County Resource Recovery Facility in Dickerson, the City of Rockville will not be collecting bulk refuse at this time. Household recycling and trash collections remain on their regular schedule. Scheduled bulk refuse collections are suspended until the county-owned facility
The City of Rockville is taking additional action to address persistent delays in yard waste collections due to severe staffing shortages. Beginning on Saturday, June 11, the city will collect yard waste on Saturdays in all areas, citywide, that were missed throughout the week. If your yard waste was not
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In their ongoing fight to bring awareness to the national impact of opioid addiction and signal hope for recovery, Rockville’s Mayor and Council proclaimed September as National Recovery Month at their Monday, Aug. 1 meeting. Lights at City Hall, the
The Montgomery County Department of General Services will update the Mayor and Council, Monday, July 11, on the county’s plans to partially demolish the detention center at 1307 Seven Locks Road and potentially use the site for a Montgomery County Public Schools
Tyree Davis IV joined the City of Rockville in May to help further the Mayor and Council’s priorities of establishing equity and inclusion as shared values throughout the community and the City of Rockville organization. Davis’ formal title is “Advisor
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