Updated; 2 p.m. July 2: Several organizations are providing locations for, or delivery of, food for needy families and individuals throughout Rockville. Check ahead with organizations to ensure the information provided below is up to date.
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Bicycle parking means business. Studies show that businesses with bicycle parking near their storefront get a measurable sales boost. Business owners without bicycle parking near their shop or office could qualify for a rack — provided and installed for free by the City of Rockville — under the city’s Bike
Can’t make it to the Rockville Senior Center’s Tuesday and Wednesday food and personal essentials drives? Donations can also be dropped in the large blue bin at the side of the Rockville Senior Center, 9 a.m.-noon, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. The Tuesday and Wednesday collections are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. drive-up-and-drop-offs
The City of Rockville is recommending several online resources to help rental property managers and owners combat the spread of COVID-19.
Federal, state and local resources are available to help businesses during the COVID-19 emergency. Rockville Economic Development, Inc., has compiled a list of such resources and more information for businesses at rockvilleredi.org/covid-19-resources.
The doors of Rockville City Hall may be shut for now, but that doesn’t mean we’re closed for business. You can still utilize many city services, such as reporting concerns, scheduling inspections and making payments, through the city’s website (www.rockvillemd.gov). Employees will conduct as much of the city’s operations as
The City of Rockville, in partnership with Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services, is continuing to actively and diligently monitor the public health threat in the state and across the United States from the novel (new) coronavirus — COVID-19 — and is actively coordinating with the county, and state health and emergency response agencies, to proactively plan, prepare and, if necessary, respond.
Generous contributions from more than 240 individuals, businesses, and community organizations resulted in $93,149 of food, cash, toys and gift cards for the 2019 Rockville Holiday Drive. These contributions, and the hard work of many volunteers, enabled the city to:
Learn to interact better with people with dementia and learn about hearing-loss options, heart health and the prostate this February at the Rockville Senior Center. Register at the senior center’s information desk by calling 240-314-8800, or with the course number at www.rockvillemd.gov/ registration. Dementia-friendly InitiativeCommunity members can often feel awkward
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Appointment is currently Assistant City Manager to North Carolina City Angela Judge, an assistant city manager with Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and formerly with the City of Atlanta, Georgia, will be Rockville’s next deputy city manager, City Manager Rob DiSpirito
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