The City of Rockville is giving away a limited number of native trees and shrubs.Rockville Fall Tree Giveaway Preregistration is required at www.rockvillemd.gov/environment. Pick up trees 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Rockville Senior Center, 1150 Carnation Drive. Trees will not be available to walk-ups. Rockville residents only. Limit
Join City of Rockville staff for a tour of the Upper Watts Branch Forest Preserve Stream Restoration from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 18. The project, completed in 2018, enhanced and restored over 2,000 linear feet of stream, protected public utilities, and re-established forested wetland habitat. It won second place for
Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton and City Manager Rob DiSpirito will talk about the state of the City of Rockville, Friday, Sept. 17, in an event hosted by the Rockville Chamber of Commerce. IF YOU GOWHAT: Chamber of Commerce hosts conversation about the city.WHEN: 8-10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 17. (program starts
Rockville’s annual Antique and Classic Car show returns Saturday, Oct. 16 after a one-year pandemic pause. The 59th annual show will be held 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Rockville Civic Center Park, 603 Edmonston Drive. Rockville Civic Center Park offers a picturesque fall setting for collectors and enthusiasts to share memories
The City of Rockville and Montgomery County will remember county residents who lost their lives 20 years ago as community members gather for a Sept. 11 remembrance ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 10 at Courthouse Square Park, at the corner of East Jefferson Street and Maryland Avenue in Rockville’s
Events to be Held Monthlong for Rockville Goes Purple Campaign 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. 2 meeting. Lights at City Hall, the
Events to be Held All Month Long 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. 2 meeting.
Stay home and stay well with free online seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in July and August. Register with the course number online at www.rockvillemd.gov/registration, call 240-314-8800 or email email@example.com for more information. Sessions are free, and run from 1-2 p.m., except where noted. Stress Reduction/MeditationTools to focus, relax,
Tuesday evening bike rides are back. The Rockville Bicycle Advisory Committee leads casual neighborhood rides of about one hour on Tuesdays throughout the summer. Routes are on paved, shared-use paths, some sidewalks and some short sections of quiet streets. The group rides at the pace of the slowest rider, so
Rockville neighbors are invited to celebrate their communities on Tuesday, Aug. 3 as the Rockville City Police Department participates in National Night Out. Now in its 38th year, National Night Out is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch. It aims to raise awareness about crime and drug prevention,
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Employees of the City of Rockville will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Monday, Nov. 15, unless exempt for religious or medical reasons, under a new policy adopted by the Mayor and Council. COVID-19, including the highly
Celebrate Energy Action Month in October and Energy Efficiency Day on Wednesday, Oct. 6 by doing your part to tackle climate change. Learn more about Energy Efficiency Day at energyefficiencyday.org. And try these ideas during Energy Action Month to get
Rockville’s Hispanic/Latino population increased by 2,533 people in the decade since the last census, from 14.3% of the city’s population in 2010 to 16.9% in 2020. Those identifying as Hispanic/Latino can be of any race. In 2010, 8,781 people of
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