The Mayor and Council in October approved increases to 22 different parking fines. Each of the fines increased to $60 for a first violation. The fine for expired meters remains at $40. Penalties for late payment also were not changed. Among the increases were:
The Mayor and Council on Nov. 15 approved new rates for city water and sewer service and a new rate structure that creates three customer classes based on the cost of water and sewer service. Find the rates and rate structure at www.rockvillemd.gov/DocumentCenter/View/43148.
Rockville’s Mayor and Council have unanimously approved an amendment that makes several changes to the city’s zoning code to improve customers’ experience with the Department of Planning and Development Services. The amendment implements improvements identified through the FAST initiative to make Rockville’s development review and permitting services “faster, accountable, smarter
Applications Accepted Starting Dec. 10 The city’s matching grant program helps neighbors work together to accomplish common goals that support the health, vitality and inclusivity of the place they call home. Community Empowerment Matching Grant applications will be accepted starting Friday, Dec. 10. The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 4,
The city is scheduled to conclude its fall leaf collection on Friday, Dec. 24, with crews completing the second of two rounds of vacuuming leaves from neighborhood curbs. An interactive map at www.rockvillemd.gov/leafcollection allows residents to input their address and learn when their leaves will be collected.
The Mayor and Council are scheduled on Monday, Dec. 13 to continue their discussion of how to spend Rockville’s portion of funds received through the federal American Rescue Plan Act. ARPA’s goal is to aid state and local governments in recovering from the budgetary, economic and financial impacts of the
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Rockville’s government kept moving forward throughout 2021, and several major initiatives came to fruition. JANUARYMaryland must make more COVID-19 vaccine doses available to Montgomery County residents, the Mayor and Council wrote in a Jan. 26 letter to the state.
Update, Friday, Dec. 17: The City of Rockville announced an additional holiday for city employees on Thursday, Dec. 23, when city government and most city facilities will be closed. Original post: City government will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Friday, Dec. 24 and Saturday, Dec. 25, and on
Rockville City Hall will reopen to the public, Monday, Jan. 3. City Manager Rob DiSpirito announced the reopening at the Mayor and Council’s Monday, Nov. 15 meeting. “I strongly believe that employee collaboration and level of service to customers will benefit by reopening all city offices, including bringing employees back
The Maryland State Highway Administration is contacting homeowners associations in Rockville about noninvasive and invasive activities to support Phase 1 South and compensatory stormwater management work, which is part of the proposed I-495 and I-270 Managed Lanes Project.
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Members of the Rockville Mayor and Council and the Montgomery County Council will hold a vigil Friday for those slain this week in an elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. “We are tired of ‘thoughts and prayers’ and we are
The City of Rockville will join Montgomery County to celebrate Juneteenth at a special event featuring live music, food, art, films and awards from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, June 18 at the BlackRock Center for the Arts, at 12901 Town
May is Older Americans Month and the Rockville Senior Center is planning activities and programs to celebrate. The Mayor and Council are scheduled to proclaim May as Older Americans Month at their Monday, May 2 meeting. Find video of the
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