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, and visits, by appointment, to Croydon Creek Nature Center.
Twinbrook, Lincoln Park and Thomas Farm community centers opened with limited hours and amenities, providing appointment-only reservations for members and city residents.
For more information about our community centers here.
Permits for the 2021 parks rental season are available for 12 Rockville parks: Calvin, Civic Center, Fallsgrove, Hillcrest, Isreal, King Farm (park and farmstead), Maryvale, Monument, North Farm, Potomac Woods and Woodley Gardens.
Outdoor gatherings in Montgomery County are limited to 50 people or fewer and the capacity limit for some park shelters may be fewer than 50 people.
More information on parks rentals here.
Glenview Mansion, F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, and Social Hall
The historic Glenview Mansion and social hall is available for gatherings indoors of 25 or fewer people (or 50 people or fewer outdoors).
The F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre is still closed to live performances, however, it can be used for rehearsals or recording sessions.
More details are available here.
Croydon Creek Nature Center
Croydon Creek Nature Center is open, by appointment only to city residents, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, for no-contact, viewing-only of animals.
Interactive games and the use of exhibits are prohibited under COVID-19 restrictions.
Learn more about the nature center here.