The Mayor and Council in May adopted a $141.2 million city budget that addresses financial pressures on the Rockville community due to the COVID-19 pandemic and maintains the levels of service that city residents expect. The adopted budget is an increase of just under 1% from the Fiscal Year 2021
City government will be closed Monday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. Rockville community centers, the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, Glenview Mansion and the Rockville Civic Center business office will be closed. Community centers recently expanded their services and operating hours. The Rockville Swim and Fitness Center will close
City of Rockville government offices will be closed Friday, June 18, in observance of Juneteenth. City Hall, Glenview Mansion, the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, and the Rockville Civic Center business office will be closed. The Rockville Senior Center and community centers, which recently expanded their services and operating hours, will
Rockville has again been named a “Banner City” by the Maryland Municipal League.The Banner Cities program recognizes municipalities whose elected and appointed officials are the league’s most engaged members.
Transportation — including how to improve the experience for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users — will be the subject of the Mayor and Council’s Thursday, June 10 special meeting, as discussion of the Rockville 2040 Comprehensive Plan draft continues.
The City of Rockville will reopen Rockville Senior Center, Monday, June 14, providing limited hours and amenities for members. The center will not be open for drop-in use or daily lunch. The senior center and fitness room will be open, by reservation only, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. More information about
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 announced Tuesday. Judge will start on Monday, June 14.
The Mayor and Council honored community members and two local restaurants on April 26 with Environmental Excellence Awards recognizing contributions to Rockville’s environmental health and sustainability. Eric Walsh was honored for Outstanding Individual Environmental Stewardship for his years of picking up litter while walking (plogging). Walking up to two hours
State aid for renovations to Lincoln Park Community Center as well as education, and measures to combat climate change, were among the wins for Rockville during the Maryland General Assembly session that concluded April 12. Lawmakers approved a $250,000 bond bill to renovate Lincoln Park Community Center, reconfiguring its former
The Mayor and Council are scheduled to vote Monday, May 10 on adoption of a city budget that addresses financial pressures on the Rockville community due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The community can offer ideas and feedback about the proposed budget through 5 p.m. Monday, May 3 after the Mayor
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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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