Body Determines Compensation for Mayor and Council Members The Mayor and Council are seeking applicants to serve on the Compensation Commission, which determines annual compensation for the five elected officials of the city. The five-member commission consists of five members, who must be residents or have a place of business
Jason Frett, the newest member of the city’s Department of Human Resources, is a talent acquisition and professional development manager. We asked him a few questions to introduce him to the Rockville community. When did you join the City of Rockville?I joined in September. What did you do before joining
The City of Rockville is piloting a Flood Mitigation Assistance Program to reimburse residents and property owners for property improvements intended to mitigate future damage from flooding. The matching reimbursement funds will provide up to 50% of the total costs of approved mitigation measures, up to $5,000. The city has
Rockville’s Charter Review Commission is scheduled to present a report this month that outlines recommendations about the makeup of the Mayor and Council, how the city conducts elections, operations of the city’s Board of Supervisors of Elections, and how to increase voter turnout. The commission is scheduled to present its
Reaffirmation of Triple-A Bond Rating Will Save Taxpayers Money Two rating agencies recently reaffirmed the city’s triple-A bond rating and expressed confidence in Rockville’s financial outlook. Triple-A is the highest possible rating and saves Rockville taxpayers money by allowing the city to borrow at the lowest possible interest rates.
November Forums Provide Outlet for Feedback Rockville will hold two virtual forums in November, for shopping center owners, property managers and tenants, seeking feedback on how the city can provide greater support. The forums will be held 9-10:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 14 and 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15. Both are open to the
Since January’s implementation of the Compliance Engine, a third-party inspection and data collection platform for fire protection systems, the city has experienced 20% fewer nuisance alarms.
The Mayor and Council kicked off work on the city’s Fiscal Year 2024 budget in October with approval of the budget process calendar, a public hearing and the launch of a survey for community members to offer input on their budget priorities.
Community members can present their needs early in the Fiscal Year 2024 city budget process as the Mayor and Council hold their first budget hearing Monday, Oct. 17. To testify at the public hearing, call 240-314-8280 by 10 a.m. Oct. 17, or submit testimony in writing to email@example.com or Mayor
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