Rockville’s three community centers, Croydon Creek Nature Center, and the Civic Center will begin offering expanded services, starting Friday, May 28, when Montgomery County plans to announce that it will lift several restrictions that were in place due to COVID-19.
Category: Public Safety
Pets and People Cautioned to Temporarily Avoid Stream A blocked city sewer pipe has led to an unknown quantity of discharge into Watts Branch Stream near 1901 Research Blvd.
County Reopenings and State Mask Mandate Tied to Vaccinations Free COVID-19 vaccination appointments for Maryland youth age 12-15 are now available. Vaccination appointments are available at clinics in Montgomery County, where vaccinations for youth 12-15 begin today. For help making a first or second dose appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-777-2982. No preregistration
The city’s recent closure and repaving of Gibbs Street allowed Rockville Town Square to launch the Streetery on Gibbs, featuring enhanced outdoor seating and a more welcoming environment for people to gather as COVID-19 pandemic restrictions ease and new restaurants open. Planters have been installed on Gibbs Street near East
Rockville likes bikes. And so does the Rockville City Police Department. The city is a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community as certified by the League of American Bicyclists, which recognizes the city’s commitment to bicycling as a sustainable, healthy and equitable mode of transportation and recreation. In its commitment to
Trade your gas pedal for bicycle pedals on Bike to Work Day, Friday, May 21. The Montgomery County Department of Transportation, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and Washington Area Bicyclist Association will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Bike To Work Day with a free T-shirt for the first 15,000 people
Walking offers wonderful exercise and a way to enjoy the warmer weather while getting out in the community and social distancing. But, if you’re not aware of your surroundings, it can also present an opportunity for criminals. The Rockville City Police Department encourages community members to remember these tips to
The Rockville City Police Department’s commitment to community policing continues this spring with work by the city’s newly constituted Community Policing Advisory Board and a training focused on helping community members and police work together. The Community Policing Advisory Board will meet virtually on Thursday, May 6 to review the
Early spring brought early stages of construction to Baltimore Road, as the city’s contractor began the project to make the east-west connection from Rockville Town Center to the city’s east side more convenient, safe and accessible for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. In March, a land surveyor staked out the project,
The City of Rockville partially reopened some of its facilities in April, in accordance with county and state health and safety regulations governing the COVID-19 pandemic. The eased restrictions allow park rentals, small gatherings at Glenview Mansion and social hall, rehearsals or recording sessions at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre,
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Will Become Next City Attorney on Admission to Md. Bar The Rockville Mayor and Council appointed Virginia attorney Robert E. Dawson as the city’s corporate counsel at their Monday, June 19 meeting, a title he will hold until he is
Increase Fines for Parking Near Fire Hydrants, in Fire Lanes and Handicap Spaces Motorists could face significantly higher fines for illegally parking near fire hydrants, in fire lanes or in designated handicap parking spaces after the Mayor and Council approved
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