The Mayor and Council in October approved increases to 22 different parking fines. Each of the fines increased to $60 for a first violation. The fine for expired meters remains at $40. Penalties for late payment also were not changed. Among the increases were:
Applications Accepted Starting Dec. 10 The city’s matching grant program helps neighbors work together to accomplish common goals that support the health, vitality and inclusivity of the place they call home. Community Empowerment Matching Grant applications will be accepted starting Friday, Dec. 10. The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 4,
City staff will host a virtual public meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2 to present preliminary concept plans for a project that seeks to make two Rockville Town Center thoroughfares friendlier to businesses, pedestrians and bicyclists. The Washington Street and East Middle Lane Road Diet Project creates bike lanes
Input Meetings Will Gather Public Opinion The Mayor and Council will consider whether to require that public parkland be included as part of new development projects in the City of Rockville, and is seeking input from the community on the proposal. The city will host two virtual public input information
Rockville City Hall will reopen to the public, Monday, Jan. 3. City Manager Rob DiSpirito announced the reopening at the Mayor and Council’s Monday, Nov. 15 meeting. “I strongly believe that employee collaboration and level of service to customers will benefit by reopening all city offices, including bringing employees back
Rockville elected officials joined Peerless Rockville and community members on Oct. 1 to celebrate the designation of the former home of pioneering psychiatrist Frieda Fromm-Reichmann as Rockville’s first National Historic Landmark. Learn more about Frieda’s Cottage at RockvilleReports.com/history-made-friedas-cottage-designated-historic-landmark. Find more photos from the dedication ceremony on the City of Rockville
Looking to lend your time, talents and expertise to the City of Rockville? Look no further than “Volunteer Rockville,” a new email newsletter presenting volunteering news and opportunities to serve your city. The bimonthly newsletter delivers to your inbox news about nonprofits, city and community programs seeking volunteers, Student Service
City Pairs Helpers with Seniors Each winter, the Rockville Senior Center looks for ways to help older Rockville residents with snow removal. If you’re handy with a shovel and don’t mind digging out an extra driveway or clearing a walkway or two, you can sign up and volunteer for the
Rockville offers a telephone hotline and website for community members to report potential fraud, waste and abuse related to city government services and employees.
The city was recognized for a fourth time as a Sustainable Maryland community and earned the program’s Sustainability Champion designation, at the Maryland Municipal League’s fall conference on Oct. 12 in Ellicott City. Rockville amassed more points than any other community for efforts that include its 32nd consecutive year as
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Rockville joined the ranks of hundreds of U.S. cities on Jan. 10 as the Mayor and Council approved the city’s first plan for addressing climate change. The Climate Action Plan sets forth 26 community actions and 16 city actions to
After close to seven decades of service to the Rockville community, an iconic city employee and City Hall fixture is finally calling it quits. Elaine Crutchfield Hebron, affectionally known among staff and the local community as “Ms. Elaine,” retired in
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