Commission Launches Online Questionnaire and Sets Town Hall Meeting for March Rockville’s Charter Review Commission is asking city residents for ideas about how to increase voter turnout, update the city’s election process and engage more communities. The commission is using an online questionnaire, and will hold a town hall meeting
Rockville’s Mayor and Council continue budget deliberations this month with public hearings and work sessions focused on crafting a Fiscal Year 2023 budget that outlines the city’s priorities. City Manager Rob DiSpirito was scheduled to present the Mayor and Council with a FY 2023 budget proposal on Feb. 28 that
Public participation in the City of Rockville’s budget process is a high priority for the Mayor and Council and city staff. A budget survey in English and Spanish at www.rockvillemd.gov/budget allows community members to identify their top budget priorities, initiatives for reducing the negative impacts of COVID-19 and options for
Update, Monday, March 7: Visitors will now be able to use all publicly accessible entrances and exits at City Hall when it reopens Monday, March 28. Face coverings will be optional for city employees and visitors to all City of Rockville facilities beginning Tuesday, March 8.
Charter Review Commission Launches Online Questionnaire and Sets Town Hall Meeting for March Rockville’s Charter Review Commission is asking city residents for ideas about how to increase voter turnout, update the city’s election process and engage more communities. The commission is using an online questionnaire, and is planning a town
FY 2023 Budget Hearings and Work Sessions Set, Survey Available City Manager Rob DiSpirito is scheduled to present his proposed Fiscal Year 2023 operating budget and Capital Improvements Program on Monday, Feb. 28, followed by Mayor and Council public hearings and work sessions in March and April. For information about
Rockville has delayed reopening City Hall following a surge in COVID-19 cases driven by the new, more infectious omicron variant, and a concurrent rise in transmission and hospitalizations. “These are all markers that particularly the county and the state are tracking, and we are paying attention to with respect to
The city’s Traffic and Transportation Commission is focused on how the city can best address emerging transportation technologies, such as self-driving cars and is brainstorming ways to become more data-driven, the commission said in its annual report to the Mayor and Council on Jan. 10.
UPDATE, 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21: The City of Rockville’s distribution of free, rapid at-home COVID-19 test kits at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church for Friday, Jan. 21 has ended for the day. ORIGINAL POST, 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 21: The City of Rockville will distribute a limited number of free, rapid at-home COVID-19
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