The Mayor and Council adopted an ordinance on July 18 that applies Montgomery County’s home energy disclosure and radon testing laws to the sale of single-family homes and townhomes in Rockville. The change provides home buyers with access to important home health and energy information. It is proposed to take
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Sidewalk feasibility studies, intersection safety audits and upgrades of speed and red-light camera systems are among the steps Rockville is taking toward meeting its Vision Zero goal, city staff said in an Aug. 1 update to the Mayor and Council. Adopted by the Mayor and Council in July 2020, Vision
Rockville is now accepting online applications for an anticipated $263,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant funding for the fall of Fiscal Year 2024.
In their ongoing fight to bring awareness to the national impact of opioid addiction and signal hope for recovery, Rockville’s Mayor and Council proclaimed September as National Recovery Month at their Monday, Aug. 1 meeting. Lights at City Hall, the Rockville City Police Department headquarters and other city and county
Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton and city staff welcomed Mithran Karthic (pictured here with Mayor Newton), winner of the “If I Were Mayor…” essay contest, to Rockville City Hall on June 6. Mithran, a fourth-grader at College Gardens Elementary School, earned the right to serve as Rockville’s Mayor for a Day,
The Mayor and Council proclaimed July as Parks and Recreation Month in Rockville in June, presenting the proclamation to Chip Boylan, a member of the Rockville Recreation and Parks Foundation and the Rockville Recreation and Park Advisory Board.
Rockville’s two newest commissions — one for education, the other for youth — are recruiting members. The 11-member Youth Commission, comprised of 16–21-year-olds who live or attend high school or Montgomery College in the city, develops recommendations for the Mayor and Council about programs, policies and legislation to promote the
FY23 Budget Maintains Tax Rate and Services The Mayor and Council in May adopted a $148.8 million city budget that maintains city services, addresses COVID-19 pandemic recovery, and focuses on priorities such as implementing the Comprehensive Plan, environmental sustainability and the Climate Action Plan, Vision Zero, economic development, and financial
The Mayor and Council cut the ribbon to open two new soccer courts at Welsh Park on Wednesday, June 29. The courts are the first dedicated soccer courts of their kind in Rockville. They are adjacent to the park’s tennis courts, and Rockville Swim and Fitness Center, at 355 Martins
In a move to protect renters, the Mayor and Council adopted 0.4% as the Voluntary Rent Guideline for 2022. The voluntary rent guidelines became effective in February. It encourages landlords to hold rent increases to the lowest level possible.
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Join the City of Rockville for the city’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The celebration will be held from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13 at Rockville High School, 2100 Baltimore Road.
Rockville will honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy as the city holds its 52nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration with a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 13, and a week of service activities.
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