The City of Rockville’s Environmental Excellence Awards recognize individuals and organizations that contribute to Rockville’s environmental health and sustainability. Nominations are being accepted in the following categories through 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16 for awards to be presented during Earth Month in April:
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Rockville was proud to accept, for the 33rd year in a row, the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Award for Fiscal Year 2022 from the Government Finance Officers Association. Documents produced by the city’s Finance Department include the city’s operating budget and capital improvements program, an Annual
The Mayor and Council continued their work on the city’s Fiscal Year 2025 budget in December with the first discussion of their priorities and urge community members to get involved in the process by identifying their own priorities through an online budget survey.
Summaries Give Public a Look at the City’s Fiscal Health Two annual reports released last month give the public a closer look at Rockville’s financial health during the most recently completed fiscal year. For Fiscal Year 2023, which closed June 30, the city ended “with an overall net position of
January is National Radon Action Month and a reminder of what you can do to protect your home and family. Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless, radioactive gas. While no immediate symptoms will signal its presence, exposure at high levels can cause cancer. Testing is the only way to know
City Hall and all city facilities will be closed for New Year’s Day, Monday, Jan. 1. All city facilities except the Rockville Swim and Fitness Center will be closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 15. Recycling, trash and yard waste normally collected on Mondays will occur one
Rockville honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy this month as the city holds its 52nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration and sponsors a week of service activities. King recognized the power of service. The civil rights leader famously said, “Everyone can be great because everybody can serve.”
Join the City of Rockville for something new at this month’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration. The 52nd annual celebration, one of Rockville’s signature events, will move from the traditional Monday holiday to 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13 at Rockville High School, 2100 Baltimore Road. It will feature a
Mayor and Council Pass Resolution Rejecting Anti-Palestinian, Anti-Israeli, Anti-Arab, Antisemitism, Anti-Jewish and Anti-Muslim Hate
The Mayor and Council on Dec. 18 unanimously passed a resolution, “Rejecting Anti-Palestinian, Anti-Israeli, Anti-Arab, Antisemitism, Anti-Jewish, and Anti-Muslim Hate in the City of Rockville.” Find video of the discussion and vote with the Dec. 18 Mayor and Council meeting listing at www.rockvillemd.gov/AgendaCenter. The resolution reads: WHEREAS the Mayor and Council
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Community members are encouraged to apply to serve on the city’s Community Policing Advisory Board. The board provides recommendations to the Mayor and Council on how to support Rockville City Police Department programs, training, and professional development, and crime and
The City of Rockville is moving forward with the search for its next city manager. The Mayor and Council are interested in hearing community members’ opinions and feedback about the traits needed for someone to be successful in this role.
Candidates, Treasurers Encouraged to Take Part The City of Rockville Board of Supervisors of Elections will host its second post-election forum to discuss Rockville’s 2023 vote-by-mail election. This in-person-only forum will be held in the Mayor and Council chambers at
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