Rockville Officers and Civilian Honored in Private Ceremony
The City’s Annual Celebration Offers Beer, Music and Cooking Demos
The city’s annual Rocktobierfest is going virtual. From the comfort of your home, enjoy a beer tasting featuring brews from local breweries, German music and cooking demonstrations.
Paying a water bill is about to get easier for City of Rockville water customers.
A new payment system, debuting in November, will allow customers to conveniently view and pay their water bill online, set up automatic payments, and view their billing history at any hour of any day.
The new system, which will also include the option to pay by phone or by text message, is a simple, safe and secure way to pay. It will also offer email and optional text message reminders.
Be on the lookout for a mailer in November with new utility account information and instructions on how to register.
Customers will not incur late fees and are not expected to experience service interruptions during the transition to the new system.
For more information about city water service, visit www.rockvillemd.gov/water.
On Monday, the Mayor and Council voted unanimously to recognize Juneteenth as a holiday in the City of Rockville.
Visitors to the City of Rockville Farmers Market on Saturday, Aug. 1 will once again have an opportunity to help neighbors in need.
The market will be collecting shelf-stable items to donate to the Rockville Senior Center’s ongoing food drive for senior members of the Rockville community. Needed items are: cereal, oatmeal, pasta, sauce, soups, canned vegetables, canned fruits and applesauce.
Shoppers can drop the items off as they enter market in the jury parking lot at East Jefferson (Route 28) and Monroe streets in Rockville Town Center. Market hours are 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Learn more about the Rockville Farmers Market at www.rockvillemd.gov/farmers.