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Rob DiSpirito Resigns as Rockville City Manager

Barack Matite Named Acting City Manager Rockville, Maryland, Aug. 18 – Rob DiSpirito has resigned as Rockville’s city manager. DiSpirito submitted his resignation to the Mayor and Council on Thursday, Aug. 17. It became effective at 5 p.m. that day. The Mayor and Council accepted his resignation and appointed Deputy

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Meet Rockville Employees: Water Distribution System Maintenance Team

Rockville’s water distribution system maintenance team is a diverse, motivated, hardworking team responsible for the upkeep of an extensive city water system that delivers safe, reliable, high-quality drinking water to residents. To get to know the team, we asked a few questions of Steve Sokol, operations and maintenance superintendent in

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Rockville 2023 Election: Need-to-Know Info

The City of Rockville will hold a vote-by-mail election in November this year — with a few important changes, including more members of the city council to elect, two Election Day Vote Centers and several additional ballot drop-off locations.

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Meet a Rockville Employee: Kina Campbell

Kina Campbell joined the city in April as the new Permit and Inspection Services Division chief, bringing with her more than 25 years of experience in the building permitting and construction industry. We asked her a few questions to get to know her better, learn more about her role and

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Working for Equity and Opportunity for All

Managers and leaders from the City of Rockville attended a first series of meetings as part of a one-year commitment to the Government Alliance on Race and Equity. Tyree Davis IV, advisor to the city manager for justice, equity, diversity and inclusion, is leading city staff’s year-long journey and commitment

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Mayor and Council to Vote on FY 2024 Budget in May

The Mayor and Council are scheduled to vote in May on the adoption of a city budget that demonstrates a commitment to capital investments, adopted city plans and fiscal sustainability. The budget covers Fiscal Year 2024, which begins July 1. In February, City Manager Rob DiSpirito proposed an operating budget

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Christmas and New Year’s Closures

City government and facilities will be closed for Christmas and New Year’s Day. All city facilities will be closed Mondays, Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. Parking will be free at city-owned meters on Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. Recycling, trash

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