Montgomery County remains in the second of three reopening phases, with reopening guidelines limiting office use and encouraging telework.
With these guidelines in mind, the city is not able to welcome visitors back to City Hall or many city facilities, and no definitive date for reopening can be established at this time.
Information about the city’s response to the pandemic is available at www.rockvillemd. gov, on social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Nextdoor), and on Rockville 11 (channel 11 on county cable).
Visit mailchi.mp/rockvillemd/covid19updates to sign up for Rockville’s email newsletter featuring city, state and county news about COVID-19.
For general inquiries about city operations, call 240-314-5000.
State Needs Health Care Help
Gov. Larry Hogan recently announced the launch of MarylandMedNow, a program to recruit Marylanders with clinical backgrounds to work at state hospitals, nursing homes, testing sites, and vaccination clinics. Visit www.marylandmednow.com.
Need assistance with food? Visit www.montgomerycountymd.gov/covid19-food for a list of food resources around the county and other important information. Rockville seniors can call the senior center at 240-314-8800, from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Free COVID-19 Testing
Visit MoCoCOVIDTesting.org or call the Testing Helpline at 240-777-1755 for more information about free testing, no appointment needed.
Help a Neighbor in Need by Donating Online
If you would like to partner with the City of Rockville to help neighbors in need, consider donating at bit.ly/donaterockville.
Mayor’s COVID Updates
Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton delivers regular updates on Rockville’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic on the Rockville 11 YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/cityofrockville.