Jenny R. Snapp, deputy director of Community Planning and Development Services, joined the City of Rockville in January and has lived in the Fallsgrove neighborhood since February. We asked her a few questions to get to know her better and learn more about her new role. What does your position
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The city is seeking input from community members about Rockville’s Capital Improvements Program for Fiscal Year 2025-2029. The CIP lays out how Rockville plans to invest funding over a five-year period for capital projects such as parks, roads, buildings and other infrastructure. As Rockville begins preparations for the Fiscal Year
The city is developing its first Pedestrian Master Plan and wants community members to help make Rockville a safer place for walking and rolling. The plan will guide the development, construction and maintenance of safe, convenient and equitable walking and rolling facilities across the city. “Walking and rolling” describes forms
Building Permit and License Fees to Increase The Mayor and Council have voted to restructure and increase building permit and license fees to address growing expenses from development-related city services and the cost of new efficiency-oriented technology. The increases apply to all permits and licenses applied for after July 1.
The city is seeking input from community members about Rockville’s Capital Improvements Program for Fiscal Year 2025-2029. The CIP lays out how Rockville plans to invest funding over a five-year period for capital projects such as parks, roads, buildings and other infrastructure. As Rockville begins preparations for the budget process
Everyone — residents, neighbors, visitors, employees, and business and property owners — is welcome to provide feedback as Rockville plans a successful future for Town Center over the coming decades. To take part, register at engagerockville.com/towncenter, which has multiple ways to provide input. Take a short survey, add to the
Across the country, communities are celebrating Preservation Month in May. Join in the celebrations by learning about some of Rockville’s historic sites and buildings. Enjoy the warm spring weather and take a city walking tour to learn more about the community — the Historic Rockville Walking Tour, African American History
Rockville to Waive Fees for Select Home Improvement Permits During April The City of Rockville is marking Earth Month in April by waiving permit fees for certain environmentally friendly home improvements. The city will waive all fees assessed by Rockville’s Inspection Services Division that are directly associated with the residential
The Rockville Planning Commission and Chief of Zoning Jim Wasilak present “Zoning 101,” an introduction for the community about Rockville’s zoning ordinance rewrite, on the city’s YouTube channel. This will be a major city project over the next couple of years. Watch and learn more about the zoning ordinance, with
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Join the City of Rockville for the city’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The celebration will be held from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13 at Rockville High School, 2100 Baltimore Road.
Rockville will honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy as the city holds its 52nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration with a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 13, and a week of service activities.
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