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May is Preservation Month

Across the country, communities are celebrating Preservation Month in May.

Join in the celebrations by learning about some of Rockville’s historic sites and buildings. Enjoy the warm spring weather and take a city walking tour to learn more about the community — the Historic Rockville Walking Tour, African American History Walking Tour or Rockville Historic Cemetery Walking Tour.

Walking tour information, as well as interactive maps and videos on Rockville’s history, can be found at www.rockvillemd.gov/history.

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Rockville City Hall and some city facilities will be closed Wednesday, June 19 as the city observes Juneteenth. During the Juneteenth holiday week, Monday and Tuesday recycling, trash and yard waste collections will occur as usual. Wednesday and Thursday collections

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