Stay healthy and informed with free seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in July and August. Register with the course number at www.rockvillemd.gov/registration. Learn about 60-plus programs, courses, activities and services at www.rockvillemd.gov/seniorcenter or by calling 240-314-8800. See the “Adults 60+” recreation guide at www.rockvillemd.gov/life for more information.
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Over four decades, Rockville has served its older community at the Rockville Senior Center, a converted elementary school at 1150 Carnation Drive. The city will be celebrating this 40-year milestone with events throughout July.
An open house at the city’s police station will offer an opportunity to get to know the men and women who protect and serve Rockville. The Rockville City Police Department will welcome the community to an open house from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, featuring vehicle and equipment displays,
When Montgomery County’s pesticide law went into effect in the city last year, it barred the use of most nonorganic pesticides on private lawns, playgrounds, mulched recreation areas and childcare facilities. But it didn’t mean the end of healthy green lawns in Rockville. Organic lawn care is healthier for children,
If you’re ready to “Lead the EV Charge,” join the Montgomery County Electric Vehicle Purchasing Co-op today. The cooperative is gaining momentum, with its pilot phase meeting its goal of securing 1,000 pledges from county residents to make their next vehicle an electric vehicle. Visit www.montgomerycountymd.gov/green/zev to make the pledge
As challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic persist, the Rockville City Police Department continues its commitment to community policing, as detailed in a 2021 crime report that analyzes the year’s crime statistics and details RCPD initiatives.
Thinking of purchasing rooftop solar but not sure where to start? Join the Capital Area Solar Co-op to lower your energy costs, become energy independent, and participate in the renewable revolution. The co-op runs until Tuesday, Aug. 30 and helps community members navigate the process and join together to increase
The city’s RainScapes Rebates program will reopen to applications on Friday, July 1. The program offers single-family homeowners and nonprofits, including religious institutions, private schools and homeowners associations, up to $2,500 in rebates for landscaping that is designed to reduce flooding, decrease pollution in local streams, and support wildlife.
Mosquito species that have the potential to spread the Zika virus prefer to breed in small amounts of standing water near where people live and work. They typically do not breed in natural areas like streams and ponds.
The Mayor and Council honored community members, the city’s nature center and a former city employee on May 23 with Environmental Excellence Awards recognizing contributions to Rockville’s environmental health and sustainability.
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