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
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Rockville police Chief Victor V. Brito (center), flanked by Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Monifa B. McKnight and Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy, announced Rockville’s gun buyback event last month. The Saturday, Aug. 27 event provided an opportunity to dispose of unwanted firearms voluntarily, anonymously and safely.
Safety and access improvements continue to take shape along Baltimore Road, with construction continuing in September between Edmonston Drive and Avery Road and from Twinbrook Parkway to across from the Rockville High School driveway. City contractors were scheduled to begin installing storm drain structures and pipe and concrete curb and
The Fourth of July is a time to celebrate. But leave the fireworks to the professionals. The city reminds residents that the private use and possession of fireworks, including sparklers, is illegal in Maryland and carries a $500 fine. Fireworks include firecrackers, skyrockets and Roman candles. Selling fireworks carries a
The Rockville City Police Department hosted a town hall meeting about public safety in Rockville on June 23 at F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre. Chief Victor V. Brito and RCPD officers were joined by representatives from the Montgomery County Police Department 1st District, Metro Transit Police Department, and City of Rockville
Meet Neighbors, Connect with Police Officers on Aug. 2 Celebrate our city’s neighborhoods on Tuesday, Aug. 2 as the Rockville City Police Department and Rockville communities take part in National Night Out.
Rockville’s Mayor and Council will in August once again proclaim September as National Recovery Month, and the city will hold several events as part of Rockville Goes Purple, a continuing campaign to shine a spotlight on the nationwide impact of opioid addiction. The Mayor and Council will issue the proclamation
An open house at the city’s police station will offer an opportunity to get to know the men and women who protect and serve Rockville. The Rockville City Police Department will welcome the community to an open house from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, featuring vehicle and equipment displays,
When Montgomery County’s pesticide law went into effect in the city last year, it barred the use of most nonorganic pesticides on private lawns, playgrounds, mulched recreation areas and childcare facilities. But it didn’t mean the end of healthy green lawns in Rockville. Organic lawn care is healthier for children,
As challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic persist, the Rockville City Police Department continues its commitment to community policing, as detailed in a 2021 crime report that analyzes the year’s crime statistics and details RCPD initiatives.
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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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