Mayor and Council Proclamations to Mark Public Health Week and Minority Health Month The Mayor and Council will highlight health with proclamations on Monday, April 5 declaring April 5-11 as National Public Health Week and the month of April as National Minority Health Month in the City of Rockville. The
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Statement Offers Condolences and ‘Strong Solidarity’ with Community and Immigrants Rockville’s Mayor and Council issued a statement Monday supporting the Asian American Pacific Islander community and immigrants, rejecting racism and bullying, and offering condolences in the wake of the mass shooting that killed eight people, including six women of Asian
Earth Day is Thursday, April 22, and Rockville is celebrating with events all spring long, including the following free or low-cost activities that promote getting outside and helping nature. All in-person events require participants to wear a face covering and practice social distancing of at least 6 feet. Activities marked SSL are
More than ever, people are looking for ways to help the community and each other. While the pandemic is limiting volunteering to activities where social distancing and other safety protocols can be practiced, there are still plenty of opportunities to make a big difference in Rockville. Opportunities with the SSL
The Mayor and Council adopted at their Monday. Feb. 1 meeting a zoning amendment to allow implementation of the East Rockville Design Guidelines and Standards. The design guidelines include requirements, in addition to the existing residential zoning, that apply to new single-unit home construction and significant additions to existing homes.
Rockville’s Mayor and Council continue budget deliberations this month with public hearings and work sessions focused on crafting a Fiscal Year 2022 budget that outlines the city’s priorities. City Manager Rob DiSpirito on Feb. 22 presented the Mayor and Council with a FY 2022 budget proposal that addresses the impacts
The Mayor and Council will begin their review of the Planning Commission’s draft comprehensive plan update, starting this month. After an extensive public input process and preparation of the draft plan, the Rockville Planning Commission is scheduled to present their recommended plan update during the Mayor and Council’s March 15
Rockville’s Mayor and Council sent a letter this week to the Montgomery County Council with their testimony on the Shady Grove Sector Plan Minor Master Plan Amendment. Since the adoption by the county of the Shady Grove Sector Plan in 2006, several substantive changes to the county’s land use planning policies
Acting state health Secretary Dennis R. Schrader outlined Maryland’s efforts to distribute the state’s allocation of COVID-19 vaccines in a Feb. 2 letter to Rockville’s Mayor and Council. The letter comes in response to a Jan. 26 letter in which the Mayor and Council demanded that Maryland send more vaccine
FY 2022 Budget Hearings and Work Sessions Set, Survey Available City Manager Rob DiSpirito is scheduled to present his proposed Fiscal Year 2022 operating budget and Capital Improvements Program in February, followed by Mayor and Council public hearings and work sessions in March and April. For information about how to
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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
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