Work is Part of Town Center Road Diets Project Paving is scheduled in May on East Middle Lane and North Washington Street in Rockville Town Center following the completion of the sidewalk widening on East Middle Lane. By early May, the city’s contractor will complete construction of the widened sidewalk
Display of the City’s Big Trucks Returns to Stepanek Park Rockville will join the American Public Works Association to celebrate National Public Works Week from Monday, May 22-Friday, May 26.
The city is holding walking meetings this month offering the opportunity for public input as Rockville considers the feasibility of six proposed sidewalk projects. Rockville staff and the city’s design consultant will conduct “walk the block” public meetings about four proposed projects to fill in gaps in the city’s sidewalk
Construction along Baltimore Road is in its final phase, with the city’s contractor eyeing a spring completion for the project. Over the winter, crews installed the final storm drains, new curb and gutter, and several sidewalk and shared-use path links between Rockville High School and Broadwood Drive.
Citations will be issued beginning March 1 for vehicles exceeding the speed limit on a segment of Veirs Mill Road where the city recently installed speed monitoring cameras.
The city’s contractor, Ardent Company, will construct the Town Center Road Diets Project on East Middle Lane, between North Washington Street and MD 355, and on North Washington Street, between MD 355 and MD 28. The work includes a sidewalk widening on the south side of East Middle Lane between
February can bring some of the snowiest, iciest conditions to Rockville. Drive safely with these tips: Keep your vehicle well-maintained for the winter driving season: Check to see that the brakes, heating/cooling system, electrical system, engine, exhaust, tires, oil, lights, defrosters and wipers are working properly. Consider installing winter or
The city’s Vision Zero Task Force is using a new audit process to examine roadways and identify needed improvements following several serious and fatal crashes on Rockville roads last fall.
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Community members are encouraged to apply to serve on the city’s Community Policing Advisory Board. The board provides recommendations to the Mayor and Council on how to support Rockville City Police Department programs, training, and professional development, and crime and
The City of Rockville is moving forward with the search for its next city manager. The Mayor and Council are interested in hearing community members’ opinions and feedback about the traits needed for someone to be successful in this role.
Candidates, Treasurers Encouraged to Take Part The City of Rockville Board of Supervisors of Elections will host its second post-election forum to discuss Rockville’s 2023 vote-by-mail election. This in-person-only forum will be held in the Mayor and Council chambers at
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