City Facilities Offer Free Access for People Seeking Relief from Heat On days where the thermometer hits 95-plus degrees, or when a code red air quality alert is issued for Montgomery County, the City of Rockville’s four cooling centers will be open.
City of Rockville government offices will be closed Friday, June 18, in observance of Juneteenth. City Hall, Glenview Mansion, the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, and the Rockville Civic Center business office will be closed. The Rockville Senior Center and community centers, which recently expanded their services and operating hours, will
Closure is Part of City’s Ongoing Improvement Project A portion of Baltimore Road will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians beginning on or about Wednesday, June 23, and continuing for the next several months as part of a city project to improve safety and access along the corridor between Rockville
Features Concrete Ramps and Bowls, and Rails Featuring concrete ramps and bowls, and rails, the new Rockville Skate Park is officially open for community use. In addition to the concrete design, the new 15,000-square-foot concrete skate park located in the Rockville Swim and Fitness Center outdoor pool parking lot, at
Transportation — including how to improve the experience for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users — will be the subject of the Mayor and Council’s Thursday, June 10 special meeting, as discussion of the Rockville 2040 Comprehensive Plan draft continues.
Pets and People Cautioned to Temporarily Avoid Stream A blocked city sewer pipe has led to an unknown quantity of discharge into Watts Branch Stream near 1901 Research Blvd.
County Reopenings and State Mask Mandate Tied to Vaccinations Free COVID-19 vaccination appointments for Maryland youth age 12-15 are now available. Vaccination appointments are available at clinics in Montgomery County, where vaccinations for youth 12-15 begin today. For help making a first or second dose appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-777-2982. No preregistration
Rockville’s Independence Day Celebration, typically held each July Fourth, has been canceled due to public health concerns arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Rockville’s event draws nearly 30,000 people and as part of the city’s ongoing efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, staff recommended cancelling the event. The city is
Two community visioning meetings will be held in Rockville as part of a new study of the Rockville Metro Station. The project is sponsored by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, which will coordinate with the city and Montgomery County.
The city’s Upper Watts Branch Park Forest Preserve Environmental Restoration Project was recently recognized with second place in the Chesapeake Stormwater Network’s Best Urban BMP in the Bay Awards.
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How Opioids Became the Most Devastating Public-Health Tragedy of Our Time The City of Rockville will host an exclusive virtual conversation with contributors to the HBO documentary, “The Crime of the Century,” as part of Rockville Goes Purple, the city’s
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre reopens this month, starting with six shows of Rockville Little Theatre’s “Rumors.”Fridays and Saturdays, Sept. 24, 25 and Oct. 1, 2 at 8 p.m.; Sundays, Sept. 26 and Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. Tickets cost
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