Rockville Economic Development, Inc., Rockville’s economic development arm charged with helping businesses launch, locate and expand in Rockville, spent the past fiscal year identifying economic challenges and highlighting the city as a premier location for business, REDI said in its latest annual report.
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Two interactive historical walking tours of Rockville now have an updated and improved online experience, with better navigation, additional locations and audio descriptions of the sites. Rockville’s history is unveiled through the Historic Rockville Tour and African-American Heritage Walking Tour. Signs at each location provide historical information to complement the
Need financial help? Facing eviction? Utilities about to be shut off? Need help paying for prescription medication? Emergency financial assistance is available to eligible Rockville residents facing a financial crisis through the Rockville Emergency Assistance Program. Depending on eligibility, REAP assistance may also be available for funeral and medical expenses.
Rockville is taking steps toward safer transportation options for all with the city’s first Pedestrian Master Plan, and preparations for projects to create safer intersections and new bike lanes.
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments awarded the City of Rockville a 2023 Climate and Energy Leadership Award, recognizing the city’s Flood Resiliency Program as a climate stewardship program that engages and serves the region’s underserved communities and neighborhoods.
The City of Rockville offers residents two free food scrap drop-off sites to make composting easy, keep valuable materials out of landfills and reduce excessive greenhouse gas emissions:
Join Larissa Johnson of the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection to learn about the county’s home electrification incentives in the latest installment of Rockville’s Climate Solutions Speaker Series. The virtual webinar, from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, will discuss how to connect with the county’s home electrification help desk
Native trees are beautiful, provide important habitat for birds and other wildlife, and help absorb stormwater runoff and pollutants. Rockville residents can receive a $150 rebate per tree from the city for planting native trees and up to a maximum of $5,000 in rebates across all rebate options. Eligible properties
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Join the City of Rockville for the city’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The celebration will be held from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13 at Rockville High School, 2100 Baltimore Road.
Rockville will honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy as the city holds its 52nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration with a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 13, and a week of service activities.
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