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Rockville Receives Federal Grant to Advance Twinbrook Bridge Planning

A federal grant announced in March will help Rockville with feasibility planning and design for a proposed bridge to connect Twinbrook with Rockville Pike. Rockville was awarded $568,000 through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods Grant Program. The grant will be used to evaluate and design a

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Priorities and Public Participation

Public participation in the budget process is a high priority for the Mayor and Council and city staff. The community budget priorities survey at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget is available in simplified Chinese, French, Korean and Spanish, as well as English. Survey responses provide valuable input to the Mayor and Council for their

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Rockville Utilities

Rockville’s four utility funds are enterprise funds. They function like a private business, with costs fully recovered through user charges. The utility funds are the water fund, the sewer fund, the refuse fund, and the stormwater management fund. Revenue from the funds pays for repairs and replacement of aging water

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City Manager’s Proposed FY 2025-FY 2029 Capital Improvements Program

The FY 2025-FY 2029 Capital Improvements Program includes new appropriations of $31.4 million to support 47 capital projects. For more information on each project, see the “CIP Projects” section of the proposed FY25 budget at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget. The CIP includes: For more information on the proposed FY25 budget at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget.

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Budget Watch: Fiscal Year 2025

Rockville’s Mayor and Council begin budget deliberations this month with a public hearing and work session focused on a Fiscal Year 2025 budget that outlines the city’s priorities. The proposed budget will be available for review beginning Friday, March 1 at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget. Acting City Manager Craig L. Simoneau is scheduled

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FY25 Budget Calendar

Friday, March 1 Proposed FY 2025 budget and Capital Improvements Program posted to www.rockvillemd.gov/budget. Monday, March 4 Introduction, and acting city manager’s presentation, of the FY25 budget and CIP. Monday, March 18 Public hearing and work session. Monday, April 8 Public hearing and work session. Friday, April 12 Close of

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Women Making Their Mark While Serving Our City

Meet City of Rockville employee, Jessica Corazza. Jessica Corazza joined the city in March 2023 as the parks maintenance specialist in the Department of Recreation and Parks. She’s also serving as Rockville’s acting horticulturalist for parks and facilities until the position is filled. We asked her a few questions to

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Juneteenth in Rockville

Rockville City Hall and some city facilities will be closed Wednesday, June 19 as the city observes Juneteenth. During the Juneteenth holiday week, Monday and Tuesday recycling, trash and yard waste collections will occur as usual. Wednesday and Thursday collections

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